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Published: 2011-11-30
BNI researcher awarded Askö Young Scientist Award
Henrik Österblom was awarded the prize for his studies of Common guillemots in the Baltic Sea, which have contributed to an increased understanding of how human activities influence the Baltic Sea ecosystem at large scales.
Visions of the Sea
The Swedish Society for Marine Sciences, in collaboration with the Stockholm University Marine Research Centre, jointly arranged the conference Visions of the Sea at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm, November 21-23. See the conference program here.

The annual Marine Science Conference also included a special Royal Seminar with prominent invited speakers, prize ceremony and awards. This seminar marked the 50th anniversary of the Stockholm University Marine Research Centre fieldstation; Askö Laboratory.

Askö Award Price Ceremony
During the Royal seminar "50 years of Baltic Sea Exploration" the Askö Young Scientist Award was handed out by his Majesty King Carl XVI Gustaf to five young scientist.

Henrik Österblom of the Baltic Nest Institute was awarded the prize for his studies of Common guillemots in the Baltic Sea, which have contributed to an increased understanding of how human activities influence the Baltic sea ecosystem at large scales.

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