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BONUS in Brief May 2016 out now!

Towards sustainable blue growth, BONUS innovation projects, BONUS call 2015: Blue Baltic information, as well as close collaboration across projects are among the key topics of the current issue, PDF and e-view. Hard copies will be available starting from the European Maritime Day 2016 in Turku next week!

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BONUS in Brief May 2016

New publications from BONUS SOILS2SEA

Reports by Olesen et al. "Soils2Sea scenarios for nutrient reductions" and by Zmijewski & Wörman "Impacts on damming on nutrient export and optimized reservoir operation with multi-objectives" are now available online.

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Baltic Sea spring and autumn spawning herring are genetically highly differentiated

The joint research article by BONUS INSPIRE and BONUS BIO-C3 projects is now available online.

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Register now for BONUS projects BIO-C3, INSPIRE, COCOA & BAMBI's summer school

The summer school 'Modelling biodiversity for sustainable use of Baltic Sea living resources' will be held in Holbæk, Denmark on 22-26 August 2016.

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EMD 2016 - see you there!


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 Latest blog posts:

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The arrival of the pioneers (The Baltic Seal - BONUS BIO-C3)








Secrets of the Öre estuary (Sources & Sinks: A Tale of Coastal Biogeochemistry - BONUS COCOA)



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While we are waiting…
Problems in Balledise...
Searching for sand
(Tracking the flow paths of nitrate - BONUS SOILS2SEA)


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Project meeting in Kaliningrad (The Social Side of SOILS2SEA - BONUS SOILS2SEA)


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