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Communication

Communicating scientific results to the right place in society

Stockholm University Baltic Sea Centre works to make marine research visible, synthetize research results, and forward useful knowledge to decision makers, management authorities as well as the society in general.

Results from our research projects are published in scientific journals continuously. We also produce various reports, articles and digital information targeting different audiences. In addition, we organize meetings and conferences to illuminate important marine issues, where for example scientists with common interests can meet and collaborate.

We hope this homepage can be a useful starting point for all who wish to learn more about marine science that is carried out at the Stockholm University. It also contains information about marine education and other activities linked to the Baltic Sea, such as marine environmental monitoring and the use of research facilities.

Get in touch with our communications unit to learn more about our mission. We can help get you in touch with the right researchers and experts at Stockholm University, point you to a relevant research project, and inform about current events in all areas related to the marine environment and or the Baltic Sea.

Our latest publications

Author Title Year
Kim Dahlgren Strååt, Carl-Magnus Mörth, Emma Undeman
Future export of particulate and dissolved organic carbon from land to coastal zones of the Baltic Sea 2017
L. Kauppi, Alf Norkko, J. Norkko
Seasonal population dynamics of the invasive polychaete genus Marenzelleria spp. in contrasting soft-sediment habitats 2018
Iván F. Rodil, P. Lucena-Moya, M. Lastra
The Importance of Environmental and Spatial Factors in the Metacommunity Dynamics of Exposed Sandy Beach Benthic Invertebrates 2018
Rasmus J. Nielsen, Eric Thunberg, Daniel S. Holland,
et al.
Integrated ecological–economic fisheries models—Evaluation, review and challenges for implementation 2018
M. Joensuu, C. A. Pilditch, R. Harris,
et al.
Sediment properties, biota, and local habitat structure explain variation in the erodibility of coastal sediments 2018
Paul V. R. Snelgrove, Karline Soetaert, Martin Solan,
et al.
Global Carbon Cycling on a Heterogeneous Seafloor 2018
Volker Brüchert, Lisa Bröder, Joanna E. Sawicka,
et al.
Carbon mineralization in Laptev and East Siberian sea shelf and slope sediment 2018
Holly P. Jones, Peter C. Jones, Edward B. Barbier,
et al.
Restoration and repair of Earth's damaged ecosystems 2018
Anna Villnäs, Judi Hewitt, Martin Snickars,
et al.
Template for using biological trait groupings when exploringlarge-scale variation in seafloor multifunctionality 2018
Zhe Li, Emma Undeman, Ester Papa,
et al.
High-throughput evaluation of organic contaminant removal efficiency in a wastewater treatment plant using direct injection UHPLC-Orbitrap-MS/MS 2018
Jacob Carstensen, Melissa Chierici, Bo G. Gustafsson,
et al.
Long-Term and Seasonal Trends in Estuarine and Coastal Carbonate Systems 2018
Mati Kahru, Ragnar Elmgren, Emanuele Di Lorenzo,
et al.
Unexplained interannual oscillations of cyanobacterial blooms in the Baltic Sea 2018
L. Kauppi, G. Bernard, R. Bastrop,
et al.
Increasing densities of an invasive polychaete enhance bioturbation with variable effects on solute fluxes 2018
Oleg P. Savchuck
Myths of the Baltic Sea eutrophication 2018
Michael S. McLachlan, Emma Undeman, Fangyuan Zhao,
et al.
Predicting global scale exposure of humans to PCB 153 from historical emissions 2018
Laura Uusitalo, Maciej T. Tomczak, Bärbel Muller-Karulis,
et al.
Hidden variables in a Dynamic Bayesian Network identify ecosystem level change 2018
Filippa Fransner, Erik Gustafsson, Letizia Tedesco,
et al.
Non-Redfieldian Dynamics Explain Seasonal pCO2 Drawdown in the Gulf of Bothnia 2018
Emma Undeman, Trevor N. Brown, Michael S. McLachlan,
et al.
Who in the world is most exposed to polychlorinated biphenyls? Using models to identify highly exposed populations 2018
Mats Westerbom, Antti Lappalainen, Olli Mustonen,
et al.
Trophic overlap between expanding and contracting fish predators in a range margin undergoing change 2018
Michelle L. McCrackin, Bo G. Gustafsson, Bongghi Hong,
et al.
Opportunities to reduce nutrient inputs to the Baltic Sea by improving manure use efficiency in agriculture 2018
Nils Hedberg, Isabell Stenson, Mika Nitz Pettersson,
et al.
Antibiotic use in Vietnamese fish and lobster sea cage farms; implications for coral reefs and human health 2018
Barbara Bauer, H. E. Markus Meier, Michele Casini,
et al.
Reducing eutrophication increases spatial extent of communities supporting commercial fisheries : a model case study 2018
Mariano Lastra, Jesús López, Iván F. Rodil
Warming intensify CO2 flux and nutrient release from algal wrack subsidies on sandy beaches 2018
Oleg P. Savchuck
Large-Scale Nutrient Dynamics in the Baltic Sea, 1970–2016 2018
Chris Cvitanovic, Marie F. Löf, Albert V. Norström,
et al.
Building university-based boundary organisations that facilitate impacts on environmental policy and practice 2018
Michelle L. McCrackin, Bärbel Muller-Karulis, Bo G. Gustafsson,
et al.
A Century of Legacy Phosphorus Dynamics in a Large Drainage Basin 2018

Stockholm University Baltic Sea Centre

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