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Online seminar: Baltic Sea Science Synthesized – Time to Take Evidence-based Actions for the Well-being of the Sea and People
Event | Event starts: 2020-06-16

Save the date! This online seminar held on the 16th of June 2020 is your opportunity to learn how three BONUS Synthesis Projects synthesized existing science, what they found, and how this knowledge c......

Current > Events > Online seminar: Baltic Sea Science Synthesized – Time to Take Evidence-based Actions for the Well-being of the Sea and People
Enhancing water quality monitoring in Colombia – international cooperation now under way
News | Published: 2020-04-03

A Finno-Colombian cooperation project aimed at improving the monitoring of water quality in Colombia was launched at the beginning of the year. The quality assurance of laboratory work is a key elemen......

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Research & Development > Water > Enhancing water quality monitoring in Colombia – international cooperation now under way
SYKE 25 years
Published: 2020-03-26

Finnish Environment Institute SYKE was established 25 years ago. Our diverse research and expert organisation offers information and multidisciplinary expertise vital to decision-making. Together wit...

SYKE 25 years
Road traffic is a significant source of microplastics
Press release | Published: 2020-03-24

A report compiled by the Finnish Environment Institute SYKE has produced a clearer picture of litter in the Finnish marine environment. On beaches close to residential areas 90% of the litter visible ......

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Research & Development > Consumption and production > Road traffic is a significant source of microplastics
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Research & Development > Sea > Road traffic is a significant source of microplastics
Good news from the sea, but there is still cause for concern
News | Published: 2020-03-03

The load of nutrients and dangerous substances is decreasing in all European maritime areas, but the impacts caused by the load have not yet been averted. Similarly, most fish stocks are beginning to ......

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Current > News > Good news from the sea, but there is still cause for concern
Research & Development > Sea > Good news from the sea, but there is still cause for concern
Experts
Published: 2016-02-08

SYKE employs more than 580 professionals, almost 430 of them in research and expert tasks. Our expertise and extensive cooperation with our partners provide valuable new insights into sustainable dev...

Experts
eLTER PLUS
Project | Published: 2020-02-17

  The EU/Horizon2020 project eLTER PLUS is developing a European Research Infrastructure (RI) for site-based ecosystem research. Progress in understanding, managing and securing ecos...

Research & Development > Research and development projects > Projects > eLTER PLUS
Doctoral dissertation: Global analyses of drivers of water scarcity indicators in transboundary river basins
Press release | Published: 2020-02-17

Future water scarcity in transboundary river will intensify in basins which are already under stress and is mostly a local problem, reports a new doctoral dissertation. Hafsa Munia, researcher of the ......

Current > Doctoral dissertation: Global analyses of drivers of water scarcity indicators in transboundary river basins
Research cruises 2020
Content page | Published: 2019-12-19

Research Vessel Aranda's research cruises in 2020. Aranda and research cruises ...

Services > Research Vessel Aranda > Research cruises 2020
Arctic Preparedness Platform for Oil Spill and Other Environmental Accidents - APP4SEA
Project | Published: 2019-11-15

    Basic project information APP4SEA is a transnational competence project, which aims to strengthen the preparedness of environmental authorities and the awar...

Research & Development > Research and development projects > Projects > Arctic Preparedness Platform for Oil Spill and Other Environmental Accidents - APP4SEA
Enhancing Oil Spill Response Capability in the Baltic Sea Region - OIL SPILL
Project | Published: 2019-11-14

  Basic project information The project "Enhancing Oil Spill response capability in the Baltic Sea Region" (OIL SPILL) has the overall goal to strengthen oil spill response capa...

Research & Development > Research and development projects > Projects > Enhancing Oil Spill Response Capability in the Baltic Sea Region - OIL SPILL
Simulators for improving Cross-Border Oil Spill Response in Extreme Conditions - SIMREC
Project | Published: 2019-11-15

  Basic project information SIMREC partner organisations have worked nationally and internationally in projects focusing into the Gulf of Finland environmental conditions and ri...

Research & Development > Research and development projects > Projects > Simulators for improving Cross-Border Oil Spill Response in Extreme Conditions - SIMREC
Only some biodegradable plastics actually decompose rapidly in the Baltic Sea
Press release | Published: 2019-11-14

The Finnish Environment Institute has studied how biodegradable and bio-based materials actually decompose in the Baltic Sea marine environment. A set of tests in the sea revealed that some materials ......

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Research & Development > Sea > Only some biodegradable plastics actually decompose rapidly in the Baltic Sea
Novel Methods database
Content page | Published: 2019-10-29

Novel marine monitoring methods can improve environmental monitoring by supplementing or replacing currently applied methods. BONUS FUMARI has published a database that helps to find information on n...

Research & Development > Research and development projects > Projects > BONUS FUMARI > Novel Methods database
International Marine Ecosystem Accounting Workshop 10 October 2019
Event | Event starts: 2019-10-10

This workshop is a unique opportunity to learn how Natural Capital Accounting could support various marine policies. ...

Current > Events > International Marine Ecosystem Accounting Workshop 10 October 2019
Joint cross-border environmental monitoring system (Eco-bridge)
Project | Published: 2019-10-07

Eco-Bridge project belongs to Karelia CBC Programme (code KA5016) and it strengthens the environmental awareness of citizens, authorities and public organisation through introduction of joint ...

Research & Development > Research and development projects > Projects > Joint cross-border environmental monitoring system (Eco-bridge)
Blue Platform
Project | Published: 2019-09-16

  Blue Platform Project. Advancing Blue Bioeconomy Capacities in the Baltic Sea Region Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE) is leading a three year Blue Platform project funded ...

Research & Development > Research and development projects > Projects > Blue Platform
Landscape and Water as Landscape Day themes
Press release | Published: 2019-09-13

Living in the land of a thousand lakes, water plays an important role in the everyday lives of Finns. How is water represented in our everyday landscapes? Is it quietly flowing along in tiny streams a......

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Research & Development > Nature > Monitoring > Landscape and Water as Landscape Day themes
Research & Development > Nature > Specialist work > Landscape and Water as Landscape Day themes
Recent monitoring results: Areas suffering from oxygen depletion in the Gulf of Finland have increased from last summer
Press release | Published: 2019-09-06

In the Gulf of Finland, the areas suffering from oxygen depletion have expanded from last summer. The anoxic areas in the Baltic Proper are approximately similar in size than in the autumn of 2018, wh......

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Current > Recent monitoring results: Areas suffering from oxygen depletion in the Gulf of Finland have increased from last summer
Research & Development > Sea > Recent monitoring results: Areas suffering from oxygen depletion in the Gulf of Finland have increased from last summer
Summary of algal bloom monitoring June-August 2019: Cyanobacteria were mostly mixed in the water in the Finnish sea areas, in lakes the cyanobacteria situation varied a lot
Press release | Published: 2019-08-29

During the past summer, large amounts of blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) were seen particularly in the northern part of the Baltic Sea’s main basin, at the entrance to the Gulf of Finland and south o......

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Current > Algal reviews > Summary reviews > Summary of algal bloom monitoring June-August 2019: Cyanobacteria were mostly mixed in the water in the Finnish sea areas, in lakes the cyanobacteria situation varied a lot
Current > Press releases > Summary of algal bloom monitoring June-August 2019: Cyanobacteria were mostly mixed in the water in the Finnish sea areas, in lakes the cyanobacteria situation varied a lot
Current > Summary of algal bloom monitoring June-August 2019: Cyanobacteria were mostly mixed in the water in the Finnish sea areas, in lakes the cyanobacteria situation varied a lot
Research & Development > Water > Summary of algal bloom monitoring June-August 2019: Cyanobacteria were mostly mixed in the water in the Finnish sea areas, in lakes the cyanobacteria situation varied a lot

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