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The BSSC2019 program is ready: 147 oral presentations

The 12th Baltic Sea Science Congress is approaching and we have received more than 300 abstracts. The Scientific Committee has evaluated them all and we are now proud to present an exciting programme with 147 oral presentations and 166 posters.

Focus on the marine environment

Research, communication and infrastructure

At Stockholm University, successful marine research and education has been conducted for over five decades. World leading research about the Baltic Sea, as well as high-level science about other marine areas such as the tropical seas and the artic regions, originates from Stockholm University.

Stockholm University Baltic Sea Centre's mission is to strengthen and illuminate this significant marine activity that involves over ten different Departments at the University. We are a combination of experts and communicators who collaborate with a wide network of marine scientists to improve the knowledge about the Baltic Sea and help society handle its marine environmental problems.

Legacy P gris

Policy Brief: Phosphorus in the catchment

A new study shows that almost half of the phosphorus currently entering the Baltic Sea could derive from accumulate phosphorus on land, so called legacy phosphorus. The amount of phosphorus that leaks to the Baltic Sea has decreased over the last 20 years but the future reduction will depend on continued actions to reduce the accumulation of phosphorus on land.

Destony

Web survey about Decision Support Tools

Do you have experience of Decision Support Tools? Or do you need tools to support your decision making when it comes to the Baltic Sea? Please help us out by answering the BONUS DESTONY web survey!

Photo: Peter Bondo Christensen

Symposium on The Expansion of Low Oxygen Zones

The symposium on the the expansion of low oxygen zones in the global ocean and coastal waters can now be watched online.

Seals by the water, Photo: Jan Kansanen/Mostphotos

Increasing seal population will not harm largest fish stocks in the Baltic

Seals feeding on fish does not decrease fish stocks of Baltic cod, herring and sprat the most – climate change, nutrient load and fisheries do.

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