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Baltic Sea Fellows

As a continuation of the governmental funding of strategic Baltic Sea research, a new interdisciplinary network of young Baltic Sea researchers is forming at Stockholm University. During 2018-2022, the Baltic Sea Fellows, consisting of Post Doctoral researchers, Assistant Professors and Associate Professors at six of Stockholm University's departments will perform cross-disciplinary projects concerning environmental challenges in the Baltic Sea.

Currently, the group consists of eight Stockholm University researchers:

  • Elias Broman, Department of Ecology, Environment and Plant Sciences
  • Fernando Jaramillo, Department of Physical Geography
  • Agnes Karlson, Department of Ecology, Environment and Plant Sciences
  • Inga Koszalka, Department of Meteorology
  • Camilla Lienart, Department of Ecology, Environment and Plant Sciences
  • Francisco Nascimento, Department of Ecology, Environment and Plant Sciences
  • Christian Stranne, Department of Geological Sciences
  • Marlene Ågerstrand, Department of Environmental Science and Analytical Chemistry


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Baltic Seminar & Bar

Baltic Seminar gathers the marine research community at Stockholm University, for a dialogue on scientific collaborations and how to improve the Baltic Sea environment. 

BEAM puff

Continuation of the BEAM-programme

In 2018, the interdisciplinary research network Baltic Sea Fellows, was started as a continuation of BEAM, The Baltic Ecosystem Adaptive Management. BEAM (2010-2015), was part of the Government's strategic research areas (SFO). BEAM was a collaboration between ten research units on Baltic ecosystems, contaminants, natural resource management and ecological models for environmental management. 

SFO-funding for Baltic Sea research

Stockholm University intensifies the strategic Baltic Sea research. New researchers at various departments of the University will create a joint marine interdisciplinary research team at the Baltic Sea Centre. This initiative is a development of the governmental funding of strategic research areas (SFO).

Contacts at the Baltic Sea Centre: