Publications
The Baltic Nest Institute is prioritizing making the Nest model as transparent as possible. For this reason, we strive to make underlying model assumption publicly available in the format of international peer-reviewed scientific publications. Please find below a link to full references to the scientific publications from Baltic Nest Institute. Contact the corresponding author for a reprint of any article listed below.

Exploring hydroclimatic change disparity via the Budyko framework
Author(s):

Ype van der Velde, Nikki Vercauteren, Fernando Jaramillo, Stefan C. Dekker, Georgia Destouni, Steve W. Lyon

Source: Hydrological Processes 28 (2014) Pages 4110-4118
Year: 2014

Investigating the recent decline in gadoid stocks in the west of Scotland shelf ecosystem using a foodweb model
Author(s):

Karen A. Alexander, Johanna J. Heymans, Shona Magill, Maciej T. Tomczak, Steven J. Holmes,    Thomas A. Wilding

Source: ICES Journal of Marine Science (2014)
Year: 2014

Three faces of HELCOM - institution, organization, policy producer
Author(s):

Matilda Valman

Source: PhD Thesis. Stockholm, Department of Political Science, Stockholm University, 2014
Year: 2014

A novel modeling tool with multi-stressor functionality for organic contaminant transport and fate in the Baltic Sea
Source: Science of The Total Environment 497-498 (2014) Pages 382–391
Year: 2014

External total alkalinity loads vs. internal generation - the influence of non-riverine alkalinity sources in the Baltic Sea
Source: Global Biogeochemical Cycles 28 (2014) Pages 1358-1370
Year: 2014

Hydro-economic modelling of cost-effective transboundary water quality management in the Baltic Sea
Author(s):

B. Hasler, J.C.R. Smart, A. Fonnesbech-Wulff, H.E. Andersen, H. Thodsen, G. Blicher Mathiesen, E. Smedberg, C. Göke, M. Czajkowski, A. Was, K. Elofsson, C. Humborg, A. Wolfsberg, F. Wulff 

Source: Water Resources and Economics Volume 5, May 2014, Pages 1–23
Year: 2014

Control of the mid-summer net community production and nitrogen fixation in the central Baltic Sea: An approach based on pCO2 measurements on a cargo ship
Author(s):

B. Schneider, B., Gustafsson, E. and Sadkowiak, B.

Source: Journal of Marine Systems 136 (2014) Pages 1-9
Year: 2014

Deoxygenation of the Baltic Sea during the last century
Author(s):

Carstensen, J., Andersen, JH., Gustafsson, B. and Conley, DJ.

Source: PNAS 2014 ; published ahead of print March 31, 2014, doi:10.1073/pnas.1323156111
Year: 2014

An economic–ecological model to evaluate impacts of nutrient abatement in the Baltic Sea
Author(s):

Ahlvik, L., Ekholm, P., Hyytiäinen, K., Pitkänen, H.

Source: Environmental Modelling & Software, Volume 55, May 2014, pp 164 - 175
Year: 2014

How to determine the likely indirect food-web consequences of a newly introduced non-native species: A worked example
Author(s):

Pinnegar, JK, Tomczak, TM, Link, JS.

Source: Ecological Modelling 272 (2014) 379– 387
Year: 2014

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