11/2011 Bulletin 24.11.2011

BONUS Forum 2011 presentations available online

Videos of the presentations by the
BONUS Forum invited speakers and the
BONUS+ project coordinators can be
viewed now via the BONUS website at
www.bonusportal.org/bf11 (each ca. seven minutes long).

The 16 briefings  prepared for stakeholders showcase key results of all the BONUS+ projects, for hard copies contact the project in question or email the BONUS Secretariat at bonus@bonuseeig.fi

For further coverage of the day's procedures, read 'BONUS Forum 2011: Baltic Sea faces even more critical challenges than previously thought, scientists say'

BONUS+ results to the European community

A questions and answers panel addressing topics related
to the top Baltic Sea research results was held on 8
November 2011. On the show were the findings of the
BONUS+ projects. The  seminar was attended by 40
Brussels-based participants from different EU directorates, regional offices and the European Parliament offices.
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Register to the RISKGOV final conference on 8 December 2011

Register to ECOSUPPORT & RECOCA conferences on 5-7 December 2011

50th ECSA Conference 2012: Today's science for tomorrow's management - registration open

Advancing Maritime Spatial Planning: Results from the BaltSeaPlan project and beyond - registration open


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GeoDome wins the BONUS+ public engagement award

GeoDome visualization platform - Stakeholder decision support by scientific communication  by BONUS+ ECOSUPPORT project is the winner of the BONUS+ public engagement award. The project’s coordinator Professor Markus Meier (in the middle) from the Swedish Meteorological  and Hydrological Institute received the award on behalf of the GeoDome team on 24 October at the BONUS Forum 2011 in Gdansk, Poland.
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BONUS+ project in spotlight:


Providing tools for sustainable development of the Baltic Sea

PREHAB offers new possibilities for mapping underwater biodiversity and for evaluating ecological and socioeconomic benefits of different management options.

Preliminary results show, among other, that the citizens of the Baltic Sea countries value a clean and healthy sea and are willing to pay for mitigation actions.
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