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A sound science-based assessment of organic contaminants in the marine environment
The project's aims are: 1) to solidify ITM?s position as a world leader in identifying and evaluating organic contaminants in the marine environment; 2) to provide the Swedish government with the scientific knowledge to take a leading role in international debate, negotiations and policy-making ...
Biological Effects of Anthropogenic Chemical Stress: Tools for the Assessment of Ecosystem Health
The pan-Baltic BEAST project is targeted at developing integrated measures of chemical pollution and tools needed to detect and understand human-induced pressure on the Baltic Sea ecosystem. We will test and validate integrated monitoring and assessment approaches for their applicability in the ...
Impact of zooplankton grazing on development and persistence of Nodularia spumigena in the Baltic Sea
During the last decades, we have witnessed a dramatic increase in the occurrence of algal blooms in the Baltic Sea. According to our current understanding, both bottom-up nutrient control and top-down grazing control govern phytoplankton development. However, while previous studies have ...
What feeds the fish? Zooplankton abundance and productivity in the northern Baltic proper: implications for fish feeding conditions
There is growing evidence that changes in zooplankton population abundance and biodiversity are responsible for the decreasing fish stocks in the Baltic Sea. Zooplankton abundance and growth rates are directly linked to the variability in fish recruitment, and consequently in fish population ...
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Asplund, Lillemor, Dr
Berger, Urs, Dr
Cornelisson, Gerard, Dr
Cousins, Ian, Prof
Eklund, Britta, Dr
McLachlan, Michael, Prof
Sundelin, Brita, Dr
Wit, Cynthia de, Prof
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