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Projects

By using the search tool on the right-hand column, you will find the ongoing projects and projects completed in 2012 - 2015, as well as other central projects that have been completed earlier.

The search results are listed according to the order of which website has been published last, with the newest website listed at the top.

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SPICE

SPICE is a EU-funded project to develop and implement the assessment of the Baltic Sea marine environment. The project is coordinated by the HELCOM Secretariat and its full name is "Implementation and...

Oil Spills in Arctic Areas -seminar

Finnish Environment Institute SYKE will host an international expert seminar in Oulu, Finland in 6-8 of March 2018. The seminar is expected to host some 200-250 participants.

Microbial diversity in aquatic systems and effects of browning - MiDAS

MiDAS will combine a novel high throughput 16S/18S rRNA gene targeting primer-free molecular sequencing approach, traditional light microscopy, and comprehensive microscopy-based phytoplankton dataset...

Utilization of Sentinel satellite series for monitoring the water quality of the Baltic Sea and Finnish lakes

VESISEN-project aims at developing methods for utilizing EU/ESA Copernicus-program Sentinel-satellite series observations for determining water quality on Finnish lakes and on the coastal waters of Fi...

Seed banks as reservoirs of diversity driving evolutionary dynamics and persistence of Baltic phytoplankton in a changing environment (RESERVOIR)

Here we investigate how the diversity reservoir supports the capacity of Baltic algae to deal with environmental change. This project will contribute to a better assessment of the resilience of Baltic...

Workshop on marine protected area (MPA) networks in a changing Arctic climate

A workshop, organized by Sweden and Finland, on "Marine protected area (MPA) networks in a changing Arctic climate" will be arranged 21–22 September 2017 in Helsinki, Finland.

Finnish Marine Portal

The project will produce the Finnish Marine portal (www.MarineFinland.fi), a national service linking information and data from various Finnish marine data providers.

Maritime Spatial Planning for Sustainable Blue Economies (PLAN4BLUE)

The Plan4Blue project promotes sustainable planning and management of marine and coastal areas of the Gulf of Finland and the Archipelago Sea by developing Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP) capacity. Th...

Blue Growth boundaries in novel Baltic food webs - BONUS BLUEWEBS

BONUS BLUEWEBS will assess the consequences of simultaneously achieving the good environmental status and providing blue growth, i.e. the capability of Baltic Sea food webs to sustainably produce ecos...

Aquatic Monitoring for Sustainable Dredging in Northern Lakes of Egypt (MoMa-Monitoring Master)

This project aims at the improved capacity of the General Authority for Fish Resources Development (GAFRD) to monitor the environmental quality of Lake Manzala, plan the assessment of environmental im...

Utilization of Canadian waterweed - from nuisance to source of raw materials

In Koillismaa-region many lakes have been invaded by a harmful alien species Canadian waterweed (Elodea canadensis). The project aims to find new ways to utilize the biomass of waterweed and boost bus...

Baltic Sea Information on the Acustic Soundscape (BIAS)

BIAS will help the Member States to establish a collaborative approach for increasing the efficiency of the implementation of the MSFD descriptor 11.

Arctic Freshwater Capital in the Nordic Countries (CAPITAL)

The project produces an evaluation of the socio-economic benefits of the use and management of surface waters in northern / Arctic areas in the Nordic countries. Another objective is to determine the ...

Capacity Building of the Kyrgyz Republic on Son-Kul Lake status assessment for environmentally sustainable development (KGZ-Water/Son-Kul)

The project will increase the capacity of the Kyrgyz environmental authorities to determine POPs (Persistent Organic Pollutants) from water, sediment, fish and benthos. POPs are compounds that are ver...

Developing the guidelines for the post-spill monitoring of the accidental chemical spills in the Baltic sea and cold waters (EKOMON)

The main purpose of the EKOMON project is to make guidance for post-spill environmental monitoring, which can be widely utilized in the Baltic Sea and also other cold waters like the Arctic seas.

Airborne Monitoring Tools for Arctic and Baltic Sea Environment (UAV-ARCTIC)

The goal of this project is to define suitable knowledge related to unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) and to integrate innovative sensor solutions to UAV’s to develop novel tools for environmental monito...

Baltic Blue Biotechnology Alliance – ALLIANCE

Baltic Blue Biotechnology Alliance gathers together blue biotechnology experts from all around the Baltic Sea region (BSR). In the project, the resources of BSR research institutes are made available ...

Development of Archipelago Sea nutrient load model assembly and its implementation to coastal Gulf of Finland and Bothnian Sea

In this project an ecosystem model assembly, covering key nutrient inputs and outputs, is being developed for nutrient load management and impact assessment, and monitoring of Finnish coastal areas. T...

Decision Aid for Marine Munitions - DAIMON

After the 2nd World War, a large amount of chemical weapons and ammunition was dumped in the Baltic Sea and the Skagerrak Strait. Also conventional weapons and munitions lie on the seafloor. DAIMON wi...

Multilevel assessment of sustainable oil spill response measures and their impact on Arctic and subarctic marine environments (OILRES)

The aim of this project is to strengthen forces of two R&D institutes to develop new innovative ways to enhance the biological and chemical oil spill response in Arctic and subarctic regions, and to p...


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