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Dos and don’ts of getting published shared in BONUS-ICES workshop at ICES ASC 2016

ICES journal editor Howard Browman, Professor Jacob Carstenssen from Aarhus University and media officer Line Reeh from DTU Aqua shared their insights to close to 70 young scientists on on Tuesday this week at the ICES annual science conference in Riga. Stay tuned as the recording of the session will be available shortly! 

Also available now from here is an Elsevier presentation on academic publishing by Professor Mike Elliot from the recent early career researchers' workshop at the ECSA 56 conference.

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EUSBSR annual forum registrations closes on 30 September 2016, read the programme and register!

Come along to a joint BONUS, HELCOM, VASAB and Baltic Earth session where young scientists take on key regional actors about desired future options for the Baltic Sea

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Take part in young scientists' autumn 2016 BLOG challenge by 1 November 2016 on the topic of Baltic Sea futures

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BONUS BALTSPACE summer school successfully completed

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BONUS INSPIRE reports: Baltic Sea zooplankton dataset expanded again!

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Recent blogs:

Sara Benelli
Living at the interface: bivalves in Vente and a tale on their ecological role in the Curonian Lagoon (Estuaries make nutrient cocktails strong - BONUS COCOA)
Ten days in Roskilde (Benthosphere - BONUS COCOA)
New dawn rising for Baltic salmon? (BONUS GOHERR – Integrated governance of Baltic herring & salmon)
SOILS2SEA at the ECSA in Bremen (The Social Side of SOILS2SEA - BONUS SOILS2SEA)
 dana_7 Cocktails in Bremen (Sources & Sinks: A Tale of Coastal Biogeochemistry - BONUS COCOA)

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