Researchers

Gustaf Almqvist, Baltic Eye

Gustaf Almqvist

Gustaf Almqvist will focus on Baltic fish and fisheries.

Michelle McCrackin

Michelle McCrackin

Biogeochemist interested in how agriculture, urbanization, energy production, and land use change have influenced nutrient cycling in watersheds, with particular interest in lake and coastal ecosystems.

Annika Svanbäck

Annika Svanbäck

In order to improve the Baltic Sea environmental status we need to understand the interaction between land and runoff before it reaches our coasts. Knowledge about how the soils around the Baltic Sea are managed are therefor one of the keys to a better Baltic sea Environment.

Maciej Tomczak

Maciej Tomczak

Fish and fisheries in a border ecosystem perspective is the focus for my research. At the Baltic Sea Centre I’m working to improve Baltic fisheries management and assessment towards ecosystem based management system.

Emma Undeman, researcher

Emma Undeman

Sofia Wikström

Sofia Wikström

I am a marine ecologist working with different aspects of management and protection of species and habitats in the Baltic Sea.

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