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E-bulletin 59/7.5.2015

Two weeks left to register for Baltic Sea Science Congress 15-19 June, Riga

Further information and registration from here.

For young scientists attending:
Register to take part in free-of-charge training workshop on the ‘Seven secrets of extremely successful researchers’ run by Hugh Kearns, followed by a young scientists’ evening of fun organised by the local young scientists, Monday 15 June.

Participants of the EUSBSR Annual Forum are invited to attend also the first policy day of the Baltic Sea Science Congress on Wednesday, 17 June, further information here.

Still time to register for the Maritime Spatial Planning Seminar organised by the Latvian Embassy and BONUS on 20 May 2015 in Helsinki

Read more and register here.

Latest from www.bonusprojects.org:

ESABALT project submission on Feasibility of Sentinel-1 data for Enhanced Maritime Safety and Situational Awareness authored by Olli Nevalainen (Finnish Geospatial Research Institute) won the Best Student paper award at the 2015 European Navigation Conference. Read more here.

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Welcome to new bloggers Anne Hansen and Nico Stelljes from the SOILS2SEA project!

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Anne will be blogging about her PostDoc work which focuses on the transport of nitrates from the root zones in soil into the river stream system in the Norsminde catchment in Denmark. Read more here.


Nico will be blogging about his research activities concerning governance and stakeholder involvement in the SOILS2SEA project. Read more here.

Recent blogs

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Latest from Anna’s blog: Baltic Diversity Notes (BIO-C3 project). Read the blog entry ‘Digging into the data’ here.


Latest from Ricardo’s blog: Life aquatic with Rick Zissou (BAMBI project). Read the blog entry ‘Honour to whom honour is due’ here.

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