Registration closed on Friday, 4 March 2016
A two week research cruise led by DTU Aqua is to investigate if new areas have become available for successful spawning of cod after a recent inflow of water from the North Sea
Recent BONUS survey provides statistical evidence on BONUS impact regarding collaboration and scientific excellence on scientific publication made before BONUS, and after the BONUS+ phase of the programme.
The conference is organised by DG MARE, in partnership with the Maritime Development Center of Europe, the Danish Maritime Authority and the Baltic Development Forum.
By Kaisa Kononen, Executive Director, BONUS
The UNESCO’s International Hydrological Programme is inviting government agencies, research institutions and universities to submit proposals for case studies on emerging pollutants in water and wastewater.
Nida, Curonian Spit, Lithuania, 13-17 June 2016
Submit a theme session proposal for next year’s Annual Science Conference (ASC) by 1 September 2015
Riga is never finally ready; Baltic Sea is never finally explored