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E-bulletin 60/21.5.2015

BONUS in Brief May 2015 out NOW

Included in this issue: An editorial about future plans, a guest column by HELCOM on an example of using BONUS results in practice by defining more precise nutrient reduction targets, introductions of the eight sustainable ecosystem services projects started last month, and news snippets of events and publications.
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BiB May 2015

Registrations closed yesterday for the Baltic Sea Science Congress 2015, but still time to register...

...all young scientists attending the Congress to free-of-charge events of the afternoon and evening of Monday, 15 June! An open seminar on the ‘Seven secrets of extremely successful researchers’ followed by a club evening of fun and dinner organised by the local young scientists.
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...participants of the EUSBSR Annual Forum attending BSSC-BONUS Forum policy day on Wednesday, 17 June, by adding your name to the participants list at www.bonusportal.org/bsscpolicyday, holding on to your EUSBSR Annual Forum name tag and coming along, free-of-charge!

The joint Latvian Embassy and BONUS seminar on maritime spatial planning concluded on 20 May

With 50 participants in attendance, His Excellency, the Latvian Ambassador Mr. Ugis Bambe opened the joint Latvian and Finnish Seminar on Maritime Spatial Planning as an event organised jointly with BONUS under the Latvian Presidency of the Council of the European Union. Executive Director Ms. Kaisa Kononen welcomed the guests on behalf of BONUS.
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Latest from : www.bonusprojects.org

INSPIRE announced a workshop on 2-4 June: The role of coastal essential habitats for fish in the Baltic Sea – a review of monitoring and mapping activities
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CHANGE is testing biocide-free antifouling techniques in collaboration with Motorboat Club
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Recent blogs

BLUEPRINT 
Dr. Christin Bennke of BLUEPRINT project (Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research) participated in the Marnet cruise to test the sampling of seawater
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Anne Lausten Hansen of SOILS2SEA project in her blog title ‘Tracking the flow paths of nitrate’ about difficulties with the Danish weather
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