Marja Helena Sivonen
Content page | Published: 2023-01-25

Researcher Doctoral Researcher, Sociology, Tampere University M.Soc.Sci, Sociology, Tampere Univeristy Contact details marja.sivonen[at]syke.fi +358 295 251 012 Fin......

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Mitigating the impacts of climate change on biodiversity in the Barents Region – BARIMS
Content page | Published: 2021-09-01

Study areas of the BARIMS project The BARIMS project, that is funded by the Finnish Ministry for Foreign Affairs, aims to enhance regional co-operation in the light of sustainable de...

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Turn the tap on
Project | Published: 2019-04-26

Photo: Visit Finland Promoting Nordic tap water "Turn the tap on - Rent vatten från kranen" campaign is launched to promote and educate tourists and locals about pure tap water ...

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Biotic Ligand Models (BLM) for Nordic waters
Project | Published: 2016-06-03

Background Ecological risk assessment of surface waters requires monitoring of the presence of metals and toxic elements. The European Union Water Framework Directive (WFD) guides acceptable lev...

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The Finnish and the Swedish institutes SYKE and SMHI enter a unique collaboration on marine environmental monitoring
Press release | Published: 2014-02-11

SYKE, the Finnish Environment Institute, and SMHI, the Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute, have started a close collaboration to monitor the marine environment of the Baltic and the Nor......

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