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Threatened habitat types in Finland 2018: the Baltic Sea
News | Published: 2020-11-04

The threat status of Finnish habitat types was assessed for the second time in 2018. This report was now produced in English for the 48 marine habitat types of the Baltic Sea to facilitate internation......

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SYKE Policy Brief: Ecological compensation needs to be used to secure biodiversity
Press release | Published: 2019-11-20

In ecological compensation local damage caused by construction or industry is offset by improving biodiversity elsewhere. The principle is that the compensation is paid by the one that causes the dama......

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Assessment of threatened habitat types in Finland 2018: The status of natural habitats continues to deteriorate
Press release | Published: 2018-12-18

The threat status of habitat types in Finland was evaluated for the second time. Almost half (48%) of the nearly 400 habitat types across the country were assessed to be threatened. In southern Finlan......

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Marine researchers propose declaring 23 percent of the Baltic Sea as ecologically significant areas
News | Published: 2018-03-02

Proposals are being made for locations in the Baltic Sea to be declared Ecologically or Biologically Significant Marine Areas (EBSA). The areas are located in the Bay of Bothnia, Kvarken, the Archipe......

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National Assessment of the Economics of Ecosystem Services in Finland (TEEB Finland)
Project | Published: 2013-06-24

Project Background Ecosystem services and their role in contributing to human well-being have become increasingly recognized. In practice, however, the socio-economic importance and value of...

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The relationships of biotopes, habitat structure and habitat quality to the provision of ecosystem services (ES-LUPPI)
Project | Published: 2013-05-06

Aims of the study The aims of this research project are two-folded: First (tasks 1-3), we aim to study the role of biodiversity and biotopes for ecosystem services (ES). Secondly (tasks 4-6)...

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