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Training boosted skills of BONUS bloggers

In 2015, a total of 28 000 visits were recorded to the new BONUS projects’ led website www.bonusprojects.org. Just over half of the visits were to the blogs’ section containing BONUS young scientists’ blog posts on their experiences while working in BONUS projects. To boost the blog writing skills even further, a bunch of BONUS young scientists participated in blogging and social media training on 7 March 2016. The training was supported by PE2020 Public Engagement project that chose BONUS earlier as one of its pilot cases.

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522 partners in 75 proposals competing for EUR 30 million in the BONUS call 2015: Blue Baltic


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Last day to submit your abstract to the BONUS session in ECSA conference!

Abstract submission deadline is 1 April! BONUS session titled “Coastal filters under remake” (BONUS COCOA and BALTCOAST projects together with the Secretariat) will take place as part of the ECSA 56 Coastal systems in transition: From a 'natural' to an 'anthropogenically-modified' state, 4-7 September 2016 in Bremen, Germany.

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Learn about BONUS innovation projects' results on 18-19 May 2016, all welcome!

On 18 and 19 May 2016 during the European Maritime Day 2016 in Turku, Finland BONUS runs a workshop and exhibition together with six BONUS innovation projects being completed in recent or coming months.

The workshop will take place on 18 May at 10:45-12:15. More details in . Welcome!

EMD 2016 programme
BONUS event page for EMD 2016

Watch Steering Committee member statements!

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Watch the member statement videos to hear thoughts about national commitments to and alignment with the BONUS programme.

Open access book 'Environmental Governance of the Baltic Sea' by Michael Gilek et al.

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Latest bonusprojects.org blogs  - inspiring training outcomes!


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EMB 123: coming home
(Sources & Sinks: A Tale of Coastal Biogeochemistry - COCOA)

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4 useful tips for stakeholder engagement in environmental research projects (GOHERR - Integrated governance of Baltic herring and salmon)

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3 changes under the surface that we can feel in everyday life (Baltic Diversity Notes - BIO-C3)


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NEW BLOG: Sitting and chatting with consumers for hours? How boring is that! (All hands on deck! - CHANGE)


Sara Benelli

NEW BLOG: Studying an extreme: biogeo-chemistry in the hypertrophic Curonian Lagoon (Estuaries make nutrient cocktails strong – COCOA)

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NEW BLOG: From birth to weaning (The Baltic Seal - BIO-C3)


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NEW BLOG: Searching for eggs at a beach – An unusual Easter story! (INSPIRE(D) Blog – INSPIRE)

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NEW BLOG: Delicate business of sharing data (The view of a data scientist - BIO-C3 & INSPIRE)



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