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BEAM

Baltic Ecosystem Adaptive Management, is part of the Government's strategic research areas and is considered one of the leading research areas that have been specially chosen to profile Stockholm University.

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BEAM research in short

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What are the main outcomes of BEAM so far? Recent results from ten projects have now been gathered in a popular scientific mini report. In addition, it describes the program and presents views from the members of the interdisciplinary steering board. Read more