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No. 53/19.1.2015

Abstract submission deadline of BSSC 2015 extended until 30 January 2015

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The abstract submission for the 10th Baltic Sea Science Congress has been extended and contributions are welcomed on the following topics:
1. Coastal seas – towards a better understanding
2. A healthy marine ecosystem: how to measure it?
3. Keeping climate change in focus: ecosystem impacts, mitigation
    and adaptation measures
4. Observation, monitoring and forecasting of the Baltic Sea’s status:
    The new generation
5. Spatial marine ecology in support of ecosystem-based management
6. Just ice and stones? – Updates of geological research in the Baltic
    Sea area
7. A viable ecosystem for a sustainable society
Find out more and submit you abstract at www.bssc2015.lv

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