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Following up from the last year’s Kick-off Conference in Tallinn, the BONUS Forum will take place this year on Monday 24 October in Gdansk, Poland. The Forum will
demonstrate the outcomes and next steps of the BONUS+ projects to the key
stakeholders. Analysis of the obtained data and compilation of the research
outputs are now ongoing during this third and final project year. View
the outlines of the 16 BONUS+ projects.
BONUS Forum for stakeholders on 24
October in Gdansk
Abstracts are invited to the 8th Baltic Sea Science CongressThe 8th Baltic Sea Science Congress Joint research efforts for sustainable ecosystem management, will be held on 22-26 August 2011 in St. Petersburg. The deadline for abstract submissions is 15 March 2011.
EUROFLEETS Call for Ship-time "Regional 2" now openYou are now able to apply for fully funded ship-time on a range of European regional class research vessels in the frame of the EU funded project EUROFLEETS "Towards an alliance of European research fleets". Detailed information on the project, participating research vessels and how to write and submit a full proposal can be found at www.eurofleets.eu/np4/42. Full proposals will be accepted up to a deadline of Monday 2 May at 23:59 hours (CET).
BACC book freely available for downloadingThe BALTEX Assessment of Climate Change in the Baltic Sea basin (BACC book) is now freely available for downloading. The BALTEX Secretariat also invites anyone who spots errors, or would like to discuss issues related to the BACC, to do so by contributing to the BACC blog. This will contribute to the quality of the BACC II which is currently in preparation and planned to be published in late 2013. For any further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
A special issue of AMBIO on environmental risk governance of the Baltic Sea out nowA special issue of AMBIO (Volume 40, Number 2) featuring articles from BONUS+ projects RISKGOV, BALTGENE and PROBALT demonstrates that the relation between scientific knowledge and political decision-making is more complex than commonly thought.