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14.01.2016 2016 will be a year of clustering

This 14th year of BONUS collaboration will be the busiest one to date in terms of new knowledge and solutions production, says Kaisa Kononen, the Executive Director, BONUS.

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21.09.2015 BONUS BIO-C3 project and expedition to study impact of inflow on life in the Baltic Sea by Line Reeh, DTU Aqua

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

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01.09.2015 Survey on BONUS impact on collaboration and scientific excellence

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.

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17.08.2015 "Drivers for Blue growth in the Baltic Sea Region" conference, Copenhagen, 6 October 2015

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.

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12.08.2015 Commissioner Moedas to visit BONUS in August and other highlights

By Kaisa Kononen, Executive Director, BONUS

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08.07.2015 UNESCO Call for Case Studies on water quality (emerging pollutants)

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.

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29.06.2015 Call for ICES ASC 2016 theme session proposals open

Submit a theme session proposal for next year’s Annual Science Conference (ASC) by 1 September 2015

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15.06.2015 Almost 300 scientists will gather to BSSC in Riga starting today

Riga is never finally ready; Baltic Sea is never finally explored

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03.06.2015 Happily ever after – HELCOM meets BONUS results

More precise nutrient reduction targets for each Baltic coastal country were possible thanks to the RECOCA project

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29.05.2015 The times they are a-changing – Baltic Sea research and funding in support of sustainability action

First published in Baltic Rim Economies, Issue # 3, on 29.5.2015.

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26.05.2015 Workshop: Technology Transfer in Marine Science. Science´s needs and market´s means – Do they fit?

The workshop is organised by the Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde under the umbrella of the Baltic Sea Science Congress BSSC in Riga on 18 June 2015.

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26.05.2015 Summer school: Impact of climate change on the marine environment with special focus on the role of changing extremes

International advanced PhD course co-organized by the “Baltic Ecosystem Adaptive Management” (BEAM) and Baltic Earth programmes and funded by BEAM, 24 - 30 August 2015, Askö Laboratory, Trosa, Sweden.

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20.05.2015 The joint Latvian Embassy in Finland and BONUS seminar on maritime spatial planning concluded

His Excellency, the Latvian Ambassador Mr. Ugis Bambe opened the joint Latvian and Finnish Seminar on Maritime Spatial Planning as an event organised jointly with BONUS under the Latvian Presidency of the Council of the European Union earlier today at the premises of Hakaniemenranta 6, Helsinki. Executive Director Ms. Kaisa Kononen from the BONUS Secretariat welcomed the guests on behalf of BONUS.

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06.05.2015 Joint regional climate system modelling for the European sea regions

A joint HyMex-Baltic Earth Workshop, 5-6 November 2015

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06.05.2015 Impact of climate change on the marine environment with special focus on the role of changing extremes

International advanced PhD course co-organized by the “Baltic Ecosystem Adaptive Management” (BEAM) and Baltic Earth programmes and funded by BEAM

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06.05.2015 Challenges for Earth system science in the Baltic Sea region: From measurements to models

A Doctoral Students Conference, jointly organized by Baltic Earth and the University of Tartu

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