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Presentations of 'BONUS in the European Parliament 16 May 2018' available online

Introductions, presentations and statements made in the BONUS event on 16 May 2018 hosted by MEP Miapetra Kumpula-Natri  (S&D) are made available online. ON BONUS SCIENCE: by Grit Martinez, Ecologic Institute, Berlin; Jan Dierking, Geomar, Kiel ; Daniel Conley, Lund University; ON FORMING A JOINT BALTIC SEA AND NORTH SEA RESEARCH AND DEVLEOPMENT PROGRAMME: by Fritz Köster, DTU Aqua; Andris Andrusaitis, BONUS; Josef Stuefer, Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research; Paul Marchal, IFREMER; and Jacky Wood, Joint Programme Initiative Ocean

>View presentations www.bonusportal.org/ep18


BONUS in Brief May 2018 issue is out!

This issue includes guest articles by MEP Miapetra Kumpula-Natri (S&D), Finland's Baltic Sea Ambassador Erja Tikka, Coordinator of BLUEMED from the Research Council of Italy Fabio Trincardi and Irina Makarenko from the Black Sea Commission. Also read an interview with Kaisa Kononen as she prepares for the next big thing after retiring from the post of BONUS Executive Director in July 2018.

>BONUS in Brief May 2018

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Don’t miss out on the first ever joint R&I initiatives’ workshop from the Baltic, Black and Mediterranean seas taking place at European Maritime Day 2018, 31 May 2018 in Burgas, all welcome!
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BONUS BASMATI introduces itself in a video
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Eight BONUS projects’ joint efforts published in Science Advances ! The Baltic Sea as a Time Machine: A small sea as a model region for the global coastal ocean.
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BONUS SOILS2SEA
policy brief on project’s results out now!

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BONUS Blueprint releases synthesis
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