Session 1: Change and Impacts of External Forcing

2. Arunas Balciunas Marine litter pollution at the Lithuanian open sea and coastal areas
3. Marcin Białowąs Occurrence of microplastics in commercial fish of the Baltic Sea
4. Maiken Hemme Bro-Jørgensen Ancient genomics of Baltic grey seals
5. Thorger Brüning / Fabian Schwichtenberg The operational model system of the BSH for German coastal waters – status, products and outlook
6. Laura Dzintare Cardiovascular medication occurrence in surface waters and effluents in Lielupe River catchment area, Latvia
7. Moa Edman Estimation of the impact from regulated river discharge on the costal environment
8. Georgia May Gamble FIGAERO-CIMS analysis of Baltic Sea Spray Aerosol
9. Nikolaus Groll The South-Western Baltic coast storm surge event Axel in a climate perspective
10. Joakim Hansen Effects of recreational boating on aquatic vegetation
11. Gisela Horlitz Fate of hydrophobic organic contaminants in sediment cores from a deep sea trench
12. Fernando Jaramillo The BalticSeaFellows Initiative: Cross disciplinary research for integrated science and management of the Baltic Sea Basin
13. Franziska Klaeger Residual Monomer Content Affects the Interpretation of Plastic Degradation
14. Andrey Kozelkov Supercomputer simulations to assess the impact of waves on the coastal infrastructure
15. Ineta Liepiņa Evaluation of most common pharmaceutically active compound environmental faith in Gulf of Riga, Latvia
16. Daniele Miranda Vertical and Spatial profiles of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) in the Tropical Atlantic Ocean
17. Monika Nausch Spatial and seasonal variation of phosphorus concentrations and composition along the river Warnow in Germany’s northeastern catchment area of the Baltic Sea
18. Monika Nausch Spatial and temporal variation of phosphorus emission from a tile drain outlet in the Warnow catchment (northeastern Germany)
20. Vita Plivča Effect of individual APIs surface water and waste water concentrations on Desmodesmus subspicatus growth inhibition
21. Ieva Putna-Nimane Human medicine consumption and environmental levels of active pharmaceutical ingredients in Latvia.
22. Gabrielle Quadra Pharmaceuticals in tropical aquatic ecosystems
23. Teresa Radziejewska / Brygida Wawrzyniak-Wydrowska Responses of benthic communities (meio- and macrofauna) to changes in the southern Baltic inshore sedimentary habitat produced by dredging spoil dumping
24. Arturas Razinkovas-Baziukas Future ecosystem services of the Curonian lagoon: climate change perspective
25. Andrei Sokolov Revisiting particularity in calibration of the spectral wave model MIKE SW against directional waverider buoy data
26. Elena Tyatyushkina Three-dimensional LOGOS simulations of a Chelyabinsk-like meteorite fall into the Baltic Sea
27. Barbara Urban Effect of microplastics on common Baltic bivalves
28. Johan Wikström Comparison of in situ sediment remediation techniques with Polonite, activated carbon and aluminium: effects on benthic fluxes of nutrients, methane and contaminants
29. Lisa Winberg von Friesen An efficient and gentle enzymatic digestion protocol for the extraction of microplastics from marine biota
30. Olena Vinogradova Late Holocene land-use history in the Baltic Sea Proper coastal area, southeastern Sweden
31. Li Zhao Impact of elevated dissolved organic matter on pelagic microbial community composition


Session 3A: Fluxes and transport

32. Christian Baresel / Mikael Olshammar Microplastics discharge from sanitary sewer overflow events

33. Terry Bidleman

Dynamics of Natural Bromoanisoles in Northern Baltic Estuaries
34. Henry Bittig Seasonal evolution of the spring bloom in the Gotland Deep in the years 2013-2018
35. Clare Bradshaw Does bottom trawling release contaminants from sediments to the water column?
36. Olga Brocławik Iron speciation in sediments of the Gdańsk Basin (Southern Baltic)
37. Aleksandra Brodecka-Goluch Temporal and spatial variations of methane concentration in sediments of the Gdańsk Basin (Southern Baltic) over a period of 10 years (2009-2019)
38. Volker Brüchert / Julia Steinbach An autonomous profiler for extended monitoring and sampling of the turbulent benthic boundary layer
39. Zhanna Stont / Tatiana Bukanova Some characteristics of air temperature variations over coastal waters of the south-eastern Baltic Sea for 2004-2017
40. Aymeric Chancel Microplastic load in Baltic Sea invertebrates
41. Yuanying Chen Coastal-marine solute spreading from different Baltic coastlines
42. Aira Dubikaltienė Implication of grain-size trend analysis in sediment transport pathways determination (Southeastern Baltic Sea)
43. Nikolaus Groll Marine ensemble hindcasts for the Baltic Sea
44. Per Hall Enhanced sedimentary phosphorus release following a natural oxygenation event 
45. Per Hall Particle shuttling and oxidation efficiency of sedimentary organic carbon in contrasting brackish marine environments
46. Johanna Hedberg Effects of endobenthic meiofauna on sediment profiles (O2, H2S & pH) and bacterial community structure
47. Jakub Idczak Acoustic and geochemical survey of the MET1 site – an active pockmark field located in the central Gulf of Gdańsk (Southern Baltic)
48. Dovile Karloniene Lithological and geochemical anomalies on the Baltic Sea coast (Curonian Spit, Lithuania)
49. Laura Kauppi Increasing densities of an invasive polychaete enhance bioturbation with variable effects on solute fluxes
50. Silvie Lainela The influence of the Major Baltic Inflows on the sub-halocline pH variability
51. Taavi Liblik Synoptic scale assessment of oxygen depletion in the Gulf of Finland
52. Taavi Liblik Winter re-stratification events and their consequences in the NE Baltic Sea
53. Britta Munkes Cyanobacteria blooms in in the Baltic Sea: A review on models and facts
54. Inna Nybom Vertical profiles of hydrophobic organic contaminants (HOCs) in the sediment-water interface – assessing the impact of organic carbon cycling on HOC fate in the marine environment
55. Daniel Rak Dissolved oxygen variability (2013-2018) in the Southern Baltic Sea and its impact on the Baltic cod
56. Oleg Savchuk Accounting for dissolved organic nutrients reduces uncertainty in forcing
57. Oleg Savchuk Do we need a new definition for MBI if we can do with the old one?


Session 3B: Baltic Sea Ecosystem structure and functioning

58. Serena Albert Structural and functional response of microbenthic communities under different organic matter settling scenarios
59. Anders Andersson An extensive catalogue of Baltic Sea bacterioplankton genomes
60. Terry Bidleman Bromoanisoles and Methoxylated Bromodiphenyl Ethers in Macroalgae from Nordic Coastal Regions
61. Elmira Boikova Comparison of The assessment of the coastal waters of the Gulf of Riga by microbial food web and macrophyte communities
62. Elias Broman & Stefano Bonaglia Combining meta-omics and geochemical tools to study microbial diversity and function in Baltic Sea hypoxic sediments
63. Elena Esiukova /Tatiana Bukanova Littering of marine coasts after severe storms
64. Elena Kudryavtseva / Tatiana Bukanova Phytoplankton production alongside the Sambia Peninsula and the Curonian Spit (the Baltic Sea) during the end summer vegetation period 2018
65. Anna Demchuk Distribution and feeding of abundant coastal fish species in the eastern Gulf of Finland
66. Hebe Dionisi / Sara Sjöling What distinguishes Baltic Sea coastal sediment microbial ecosystem functions and community structure – global comparative metagenomics of cold polluted sediments from high latitude
67. Heli Einberg Multidecadal dynamics of the Arctic copepod Limnocalanus macrurus in relation to the environmental variability in the Baltic Sea
68. Elena Ezhova Aquatic alien species in the Russian waters of the Eastern and South-Eastern Baltic Sea
69. Anete Fedorovska Mercury content in European perch (Perca fluviatilis) as a function of the food source
70. Julie Garrison Effect of organic sediment content on gut microbiome of gravid Monoporeia affinis an experimental approach
71. Yulia Gubelit Can the “green tides” affect the metal distribution in the coastal sediments? A case study in the eastern Gulf of Finland, Baltic Sea
72. Sven Iburg Effects of PAH contamination on Benthic microbial and meiofauna communities in the Baltic Sea
73. Kaarina Kauhala Reproductive rate of grey seals as an indicator of Baltic Sea environment
74. Halina Kendzierska Functional diversity of macrozoobenthos under adverse oxygen conditions
75. Marta Konik Multi-year dynamic of the algae blooms in the Batic Sea during the MODIS era
76. Evelina Griniene / Jurate Lesutiene Functional diversity of zooplankton in the SE Baltic Sea
77. Saara Mäkelin Spatial variation in elemental stoichiometry of benthic consumers
78. Iris Orizar Intraspecific traits variability and plasticity of Alexandrium ostenfeldii and Skeletonema marinoi at different salinity levels
80. Patryk Pezacki Daily and seasonal variation of spatial distribution of biological objects in the Puck Bay (southern Baltic Sea).
81. Tiina Salo Diversity strikes back: Does functional diversity enhance resilience in vegetated benthic habitats?
82. Iines Salonen Metabarcoding successfully tracks temporal changes in eukaryotic communities in coastal sediments
83. Ellen Schagerström Associated fauna and flora of the red-listed free-living Fucus vesiculosus habitat in the Baltic Sea
84. Grzegorz Siedlewicz / Lilianna Sharma Effects of oxytetracycline and sulfamethoxazole on growth and chlorophyll a fluorescence in green algae (Chlorella vulgaris), diatom (Phaeodactylum tricornutum) and cyanobacteria (Microcystis aeruginosa and Nodularia spumigena)
85. Sergei Skarlato Translational Aquatic Ecology approach discloses effects of potentially toxic dinoflagellates in the Baltic coastal ecosystems
86. Natalia Sukhikh On coexistence of native Eurytemora affinis and invasive Eurytemora carolleeae in the Baltic Sea
87. Natalia Sukhikh Morphological and genetic differences in two sister species of Eurytemora affinis group in the Baltic Sea
88. Eva Sörenson Interactions between prokaryotes and eukaryotes in a coastal late summer Baltic Sea community.
89. Marta Tykarska Does the non-indigenous talitrid Platorchestia platensis have the same ecological role as indigenous Talitrus saltator?
90. Isa Wallin A gut full of gobies? Predation on an introduced fish by native predators in the Baltic Sea
91. Markku Viitasalo Biodiversity inventories in support of conservation and sustainable use of marine areas – highlights of the Finnish VELMU Programme
92. Monika Winder The annual cycle of zooplankton in the Baltic Sea
93. Helmut Winkler Feeding relationships of piscivorous fish and birds in the Pomeranian Bay
94. Elena Ezhova / Alexandra Volodina Communities of macrophytobenthos in the Cape Taran area, South-Eastern Baltic Sea