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84/07.11.2016

12 project proposals from the ‘BONUS call 2015: Blue Baltic’ move to grant agreement negotiations

A total of 12 consortia from the ‘BONUS call 2015: Blue Baltic’ have been confirmed to move on to the grant agreement negotiations’ stage.  Should these be completed successfully, the implementation of the projects – worth around EUR 30 million as announced for this call – will commence from April 2017 onwards. Once the grant agreements have been concluded and signed, the projects will be first announced in the BONUS e-bulletin.  

Participants of the EUSBSR Annual Forum 2016:

Join us at 15 on the second day (9 Nov) in the creative lounge and take part in a lively HOT SEAT session! Young scientists will 'grill' the heads of Baltic Earth, BONUS, HELCOM and VASAB about desired future options for the Baltic Sea. Welcome!
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Bringing Science to the Classroom - BONUS BIO-C3 teacher training workshop on Baltic biodiversity

New scientific results on biodiversity in the Baltic Sea and its role for ecoystems facing climate change and human uses were the focus of a two day BONUS BIO-C3 highschool teacher training workshop.
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New BONUS SOILS2SEA publication

Jacobsen & Wachiniew published a report titled “Field site installations for groundwater studies in Norsminde and Kocinka”.

New BONUS GOHERR publications

•    Jacobson explores effects of size dependent predator-prey interactions and fisheries on population dynamics and bioaccumulation of dioxins and PCBs in Baltic salmon and its fish prey
•    Pihlajamäki et al. identify ways to increase the use of Baltic herring for food
•    Ignatius and Haapasaari explore socio-cultural values in the use and management of Baltic herring
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BONUS GOHERR at EURSafe 2016 

Doctoral students presented BONUS GOHERR research in the Congress of the European Society for Agricultural and Food Ethics, EurSafe 2016
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Welcome to new bloggers from BONUS MIRACLE and BONUS SOILS2SEA!

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Johannes Friedrich Carolus
Baltic Innovative Governance Approaches to Catchment Water Quality in a Changing Climate (BONUS MIRACLE)

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Dominika Bar-Michalczyk
Beavers - Dress Code - Cooperation with Ecologic Institute - Not only green -(Storm in a teacup - water is everywhere BONUS SOILS2SEA)

Sara Benelli
Sara Benelli
Urgent need of new tales to disseminate scientific findings (Baltic Sea futures) AND Who’s coming to and who’s leaving from the Curonian Lagoon? Let’s interview the expert! (Estuaries make nutrient cocktails strong - BONUS COCOA)

Emma
Emma Mäenpää
Sneak peak to social scientist’s data collection (All hands on deck! - BONUS CHANGE)

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