Research-clusters

BEAM research clusters - five focus areas

Successful rehabilitation of the Baltic environment requires ecosystem management, both at national and international level, since its varied problems are not separate but closely interwoven. Five main research areas have been identified to play a considerable role in producing a sustainable management for the Baltic Sea: 

Combined knowledge

The five research areas are closely connected and will be studied both separately and as one system. To be able to construct a durable management programme for the Baltic Sea, it is necessary to deepen the knowledge on the whole ecosystem, and on how it responds to external driving forces.

cluster

Task Force

BEAM Network Coordinator
Thorsten Blenckner
+46 8 674 76 69
thorsten.blenckner
@stockholmresilience.su.se

Cluster leaders
Henrik Österblom
Laws and management
Stockholm Resilience Centre
+46 73 707 88 16
henrik.osterblom@
stockholmresilience.su.se

Johan Eriksson
Hazardous substances
Department of Ecology, Environment and Plant Sciences
+46 8 16 37 70
johan.eriksson@su.se

Johan Gelting
Ecosystem functioning and nutrient enrichment
Department of Applied Environmental Sciences
+46 708 18 43 49
johan.gelting@itm.su.se

Outreach
Nastassja Åstrand
Information Officer
Stockholm University Baltic Sea Centre
+46 8 16 17 42
nastassja@su.se

Marie Löf
Information Officer
Stockholm University Baltic Sea Centre
+46 8 16 37 18
marie.lof@su.se

Marmar Nekoro
Information Officer
Stockholm University Baltic Sea Centre
and Baltic Nest Institute
+46 674 71 05
marmar.nekoro@su.se