Baltic Sea Science Congress 2019

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Baltic Sea Science Congress, Stockholm, 19-23 August 2019

Welcome to Stockholm and the 12th Baltic Sea Science Congress 2019. In the Royal National Park, neighbouring the archipelago, Stockholm University will gather the marine research community for discussions on the last 10 years of Baltic Sea research and how it has adopted new interdisciplinary approaches and scientific disciplines. Policy aspects of the latest research will also be discussed.

This time we seek to provide new insights from the interlinked processes in the catchment and the coastal zone as growing research foci. The congress will present advances in our understanding of biogeochemical cycles in the open Baltic Sea as well as new approaches addressing genomics, population structure and function, evolutionary changes and how climate change and human impact changes the system.

See you in Stockholm, 19 - 23 August!

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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.

Nancy Baron, Director of Science Outreach at COMPASS will lead the opening mock press conference where renowned journalists and scientists will participate.

Mock press conference kickstarts the congress

The Baltic Sea Science Congress 2019 will be opened in an innovative way. Supported by the joint Baltic Sea research and development programme BONUS, a panel of distinguished scientists and journalists will kick off the conference through a fast-paced discussion of key topics in the form of a mock press conference.

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Unique workshop for young scientists

Baltic Sea Science Congress and BONUS welcome young scientists to take part in a unique training session with communication trainer Nancy Baron.

Nancy Baron, Thomas Bianchi, Simon Trush and Katja Fennel are plenary speakers at the Baltic Sea Science Congress in August.

Renowned keynote speakers

The program for the 12th BSSC is now starting to take shape. Nancy Baron, Thomas Bianchi, Simon Trush and Katja Fennel are all keynote speakers at the congress.

Questions?

Contact us: bssc2019@su.se

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