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BONUS Young Scientist Club welcomes Hugh Kearns back to BSSC on 12 June 2017, Rostock

BONUS will sponsor its 6th Young Scientist Club training session and a networking get-together of the Baltic Sea young scientists attending the 11th Baltic Sea Science Congress 2017 (BSSC). After excellent feedback by the participants of the last BSSC training session (2015 in Riga), Hugh Kearns returns to run another session (details published soon)!
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Registration open for BONUS 10 years' celebration, Kick-off of Blue Baltic projects and BONUS triple meeting, 3-4 May 2017, Helsinki

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Other events:

Baltic Sea Future: Innovation, vision and leadership for a sustainable Baltic Sea region, 6-7 March 2017, Stockholm
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Joint HELCOM and BONUS BALTICAPP workshop on the use of ecological-economic research in support of policy, 29-30 March 2017, Stockholm

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European Maritime Day, 18-19 May 2017, Poole
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International Phycological Congress (IPC11) to convene 13-19 August 2017, Szczecin

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Call for abstracts open, NORDIWA 2017, Nordic Wastewater Conference, 10-12 October 2017, Aarhus
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Calling for platforms for projects across funding programmes

Eeva Rantama, Team Leader Project Unit, Managing Authority/Joint Secretariat, Interreg Baltic Sea Region writes in the guest column of BONUS in Brief, December 2016

Presentations on future prospects of fisheries online from COFASP ERANET policy day, 10 January 2017

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News from projects:

BONUS SOILS2SEA stakeholder workshops
Summary of three BONUS SOILS2SEA workshops online

New BONUS SOILS2SEA publications
Three reports are available online at the website of the project

Newest blog posts:

Discoveries of the year (Race Against Eutrophication Blog - BONUS BALTICAPP)


An enthusiastic roar for marine science communication (Sources & Sinks: A Tale of Coastal Biogeochemistry - BONUS COCOA)


Writing workshop in Copenhagen (The Social Side of SOILS2SEA - BONUS SOILS2SEA)

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On the small screen (Storm in a teacup - water is everywhere BONUS SOILS2SEA)

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