Minister Ek visits the BONUS offices: ”BONUS
is a good example of how Baltic Sea research cooperation can be done
successfully. The coordination
”BONUS a good example of successful cooperation”
of the BONUS programme serves as a good role model
for organising international cooperation”, said the Minister
of Environment of Sweden, Lena Ek. Minister Ek visited
the Secretariat of the Joint Baltic Sea research and
development programme BONUS in Helsinki on
Trainee to join the BONUS SecretariatThe BONUS EEIG is seeking for a trainee for a period of 3 months. The task of the trainee would be to
- assist the Secretariat in summarising the final reports of the 16 research projects funded by BONUS during 2009-2011 and in preparation of the annual report of 2011
- perform other tasks to be specified later
The deadline for applications is 27 January 2012.
Seminar on 9 February 2012 in Stockholm:Releases of millions of salmon have been carried out for decades in the
Baltic Sea. The releases compensate for lost natural reproduction due to
power plant constructions in many rivers. They are considered necessary
to maintain numbers of salmon in the Baltic. But scientists have warned
about possible negative effects of releases on remaining native
Good or bad for Baltic salmon gene pools?
ESA Call for Proposals addressing Coastal Surveillance in the BalticThe European Space Agency (ESA) [www.esa.int] will be issuing an Invitation to Tender (ITT) to investigate the feasibility to improve Coastal Surveillance and Water Quality Monitoring in the Baltic Sea, using the functionality of satellites.
ESA Call for Proposals addressing Maritime Safety in the BalticThe European Space Agency (ESA) [www.esa.int] will be issuing an Invitation to Tender (ITT) to investigate the feasibility to improve maritime safety in the Baltic through enhanced situational awareness, using the functionality of satellites.