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A warmer Arctic will have a large and complex impact to algal production
Press release | Published: 2019-05-09

The warming of the Arctic Ocean could generally increase the primary production provided by algae living in sea ice, but the impact varies greatly between latitudes, claims a study published in the re......

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Doctoral dissertation: Global warming may change the composition of phytoplankton communities and reduce the carbon flux to higher trophic levels
Press release | Published: 2019-04-09

Global warming changes the composition of phytoplankton communities in marine ecosystems. In some ecosystems, for example in the Baltic Sea, the composition of phytoplankton communities may shift from......

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Survey on gaps in Baltic Sea monitoring
Content page | Published: 2019-03-25

To Baltic Sea experts in environmental management and research, BONUS FUMARI is an EU BONUS project with partners from several Baltic countries and coordinated by the Finnish Environment Institu......

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DST Catalogue (WP4)
Content page | Published: 2019-03-15

The objective of WP4 is to create an online catalogue of the existing decision support tools used in the management of the Baltic Sea and its drainage basin. Furthermore, the aim is to propose a mech...

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DST Inventory (WP1)
Content page | Published: 2019-03-28

The aim of WP1 is to provide knowledge of existing decision support tools (DST) and how they are applied in the management of the Baltic Sea and its drainage basin. ...

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Involvement of stakeholders (WP5)
Content page | Published: 2019-03-15

An End-User Core Group has been established connected to the research project. This Core Group includes 10 end-users and it consists of representatives from international, governmental and private or...

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Performance analysis (WP2)
Content page | Published: 2019-03-15

The objective of WP2 is to develop a set of performance-based definitions for the existing DST and assess their performance according to a range of established criteria. The assessment will be compar...

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Proposals (WP3)
Content page | Published: 2019-03-15

The objective of WP3 is to make suggestions for the most needed decision support tools to be developed by future projects. This proposal will be based on a gap analysis between existing tools and pre...

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Seaguide.fi is a new map for mariners
Press release | Published: 2019-02-08

Seaguide.fi is a new map for boaters, people with holiday homes and anyone on the coast. The service provides information generated by several Finnish organisations on topics such as the weather and c......

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New status report shows that further measures are needed to improve the state of the sea
News | Published: 2018-12-27

The Finnish Environment Institute has published an extensive information package about the status of Finland’s marine environment. The new report about the status of Finland’s marine environment is pu......

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Research & Development > Sea > Sea theme: Expert work > > New status report shows that further measures are needed to improve the state of the sea
BONUS FUMARI plans the future assessment and monitoring of the Baltic Sea
Content page | Published: 2018-12-04

19-–21 November 2018, Uppsala The Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences organized the kick-off meeting of the BONUS FUMARI project in Uppsala. The aim of the project is to draft a proposal......

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BONUS DESTONY
Project | Published: 2018-12-04

Successful environmental management relies on an enormous amount of complex information that is processed further to interpret or predict potential changes and responses. A number of decision support...

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Events and Meetings
Content page | Published: 2018-11-14

4–5th April 2019 Stockholm, Sweden. BONUS DESTONY second partner’s meeting. 7–8th November 2018 Jyllinge, Denmark. BONUS DESTONY kick-off meeting. ...

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Publications and Presentations
Content page | Published: 2018-11-14

The publications and presentations ofthe project will be added here. ...

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Events and Meetings
Content page | Published: 2018-12-04

The project´s kick-off meeting was held in Uppsala 19–21 November 2018. Read more: BONUS FUMARI plans the future assessment and monitoring of the Baltic Sea ...

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Publications and Presentations
Content page | Published: 2018-12-04

Information about the project publications and presentations will be added here during the project. ...

Research & Development > Research and development projects > Projects > BONUS FUMARI > Publications and Presentations
For the first time, a smart buoy with an oil sensor is delivering data via satellite in open sea conditions in the Baltic Sea
Press release | Published: 2018-11-09

In October a smart navigation buoy system started to deliver real-time measurement data via satellite, monitoring oil and some other water quality parameters in the Baltic Sea’s water. It is located s......

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Research & Development > Sea > For the first time, a smart buoy with an oil sensor is delivering data via satellite in open sea conditions in the Baltic Sea
The winners of the ‘Meriroskahaaste’ challenge prize address different stages of marine littering
Press release | Published: 2018-09-14

The goal of the ‘Meriroskahaaste’ marine litter challenge prize was to find solutions to decrease the amount of litter ending up in the Baltic Sea. The winning trio – Paptic Ltd, VTT’s PlastBug team, ......

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Summary of algal bloom monitoring 2018: Sweltering summer brought exceptional cyanobacterial surface blooms to sea areas, in lakes abundant cyanobacterial blooms took place earlier
Press release | Published: 2018-08-30

In the Gulf of Finland, cyanobacterial blooms during the summer of 2018 were strongest for the 2010's. Surface blooms covered at worst almost the entire Gulf of Finland. Also in the southern parts of ......

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Algal bloom monitoring August 23, 2018: No wide cyanobacterial blooms in the Finnish sea areas, blooms have decreased also in lakes
Press release | Published: 2018-08-23

The amount of cyanobacterial surface blooms has further decreased in the Finnish sea areas and lakes. In the Gulf of Finland, weak surface accumulations of cyanobacteria still occur. Harmless filament......

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Research & Development > Sea > Algal bloom monitoring August 23, 2018: No wide cyanobacterial blooms in the Finnish sea areas, blooms have decreased also in lakes
Research & Development > Water > Algal bloom monitoring August 23, 2018: No wide cyanobacterial blooms in the Finnish sea areas, blooms have decreased also in lakes

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