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Baltic Nest Institute BNI (Stockholm Resilience Centre)
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Prof Christoph Humborg
Kräftriket house 2, Roslagsvägen 101
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Advanced tool for scenarios of the Baltic Sea ecosystem to support decision making
Assessment and modelling Baltic ecosystem response
The general aim of AMBER is the implementation and application of the Ecosystem Approach to Management (EAM) to the Baltic Sea in the face of two closely intertwined environmental threats, eutrophication and climate change. Focus is on the coastal ecosystem (CE) because it supports most of the 85 ...
Building predictive capability regarding the Baltic Sea organic/inorganic carbon and oxygen systems
The project addresses several of the main themes of Bonus and has a high relevance for the Call. Baltic‐C will for the first time construct the organic and inorganic carbon budgets of the Baltic Sea addressing C fluxes from land, the exchange fluxes with the atmosphere and the sediments as well as ...
Characterisation of the Baltic Sea Ecosystem: Dynamics and Function of Coastal Types
We address the implementation of the EC Water Framework Directive in the Baltic Sea ecoregion. The project intends to develop, test and validate a methodological approach to characterize type areas of the Baltic Sea coastal zone. In order to develop a common methodology for establishing coastal ...
European Lifestyles and Marine Ecosystems
Marine ecosystems possess great intrinsic value as reserves of biological diversity and are vital providers of goods and services to humanity. However, they are often disregarded during economic and social development. Europe 's four sea areas; the Baltic, NE Atlantic, Mediterranean and Black Sea ...
European network of excellence for oceans ecosystems analysis
EUR-OCEANS aims to achieve lasting integration of European research organisations on global change and pelagic marine ecosystems, and to develop models for assessing and forecasting the impacts of climate and anthropogenic forcing on food-web dynamics (structure, functioning, diversity and ...
Hypoxia mitigation for Baltic Sea Ecosystem Restoration
Hypoxia in the Baltic Sea has become more frequent and widespread over the last century due to increased nutrient inputs from land and atmosphere. Sediments and the benthic faunal community play an important role for recycling nutrients, and the development of hypoxia may occur as cascading regime ...
Integrated management of agriculture, fishery, environment and economy
Knowledge-based Sustainable Management for Europe's Seas
Europe’s four regional seas (Baltic, Black, Mediterranean and NE Atlantic) have suffered severe environmental degradation due to human pressure. Existing measures to manage pressures have proven inadequate and the EC has responded by proposing a new policy (Maritime Strategy Blue Book) and ...
Mass balance of perfluorinated alkyl substances in the Baltic Sea
Perfluorinated alkyl substances (PFAS) have been produced for more than 50 years and are today ubiquitous in the environment. Ionic PFAS are surfactants and tend to accumulate in the water phase. Due to their unique physico-chemical properties, theories on PFAS’s transport pathways and fate in the ...
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Blenckner, Thorsten, Dr
Gustafsson, Bo, Dr
Niiranen, Susa, Dr
Rodriguez Medina, Miguel Alberto, Dr
Sokolov, Alexander, Dr
Wulff, Fredrik, Prof
Österblom, Henrik, Dr
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