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Novel gypsum-based products for farm scale phosphorus trapping (TraP)
Project | Published: 2014-01-17

The Trap project was a 3-year joint venture (2008–2010) analyzing the effect of gypsum, an industrial by-product, on phosphorus losses from fields to surface waters (Ekholm et al. 2011, 2012). SYKE w...

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Management of water balance and quality in mining areas (WaterSmart)
Project | Published: 2018-02-08

WaterSmart project aims to improve the awareness of actual quantities of water, and water balances in mine areas to give possibility to forecast water masses in future. The goal is to promote the ant...

Research & Development > Research and development projects > Projects > Management of water balance and quality in mining areas (WaterSmart)
Sustainable Acceptable Mining (SAM)
Project | Published: 2014-10-27

Panu Juntunen at SAM seminar © Taina Nystén   Sirkku Tuominen at SAM seminar © Taina Nystén ...

Research & Development > Research and development projects > Projects > Sustainable Acceptable Mining (SAM)
Healthy local lakes – new water management tools for citizens
Press release | Published: 2013-09-30

Citizens have been reserved a major role in initiating, planning and implementing water management measures. Led by the Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE), the GisBloom project has led to the develo......

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Results of water samples taken in Poland indicate significant phosphorous leakages from phosphogypsum stacks
Press release | Published: 2013-07-17

Press release by the Ministry of the Environment and the Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE) In June, the Ministers of the Environment of Poland and Finland agreed on a joint sampling mis......

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Tools for evaluation and management of eutrophication (GisBloom)
Project | Published: 2013-04-17

CURRENT Euroopean Commission: GisBloom is one of the best projects GisBloom-project has been chosen one of the best project of the LIFE Environment projects. News (Januar...

Research & Development > Research and development projects > Projects > Tools for evaluation and management of eutrophication (GisBloom)
Life Cycle Assessment of the Finnish farmed rainbow trout: update of the 2002 study
Project | Published: 2013-04-17

Project description The life cycle environmental impacts of the Finnish farmed rainbow trout were assessed by SYKE and FGFRI in a project that ended in 2002. An average farming method was co...

Research & Development > Research and development projects > Projects > Life Cycle Assessment of the Finnish farmed rainbow trout: update of the 2002 study
Biogeochemistry of the Baltic Sea in a Changing Climate: From Catchment to Open Sea
Project | Published: 2013-04-11

Project description The major aim of this project is to establish a biogeochemical study of the Baltic from the catchment to the open sea to investigate how inorganic and organic matter...

Research & Development > Research and development projects > Projects > Biogeochemistry of the Baltic Sea in a Changing Climate: From Catchment to Open Sea
Towards a generic, mechanistic plankton food web model for the northern Baltic Sea (DHYBRIS)
Project | Published: 2013-04-17

The objective is to construct parsimonious, mechanistic and stoichiometrically explicit food web models for the plankton ecosystem, identify key components and flows, and rigorously quantify a ...

Research & Development > Research and development projects > Projects > Towards a generic, mechanistic plankton food web model for the northern Baltic Sea (DHYBRIS)
Main publications on the effect of de-icing chemicals on ground water
Content page | Published: 2013-04-16

Lindroos, N. & Nystén, T. 2015. The trends of chloride concentrations of groundwater and factors affecting them in the first Salpausselkä ice-marginal formation. (In Finnish with English and Swed...

Research & Development > Research and development projects > Projects > Migration of alternative de-icing chemicals in aquifers (MIDAS) > Main publications on the effect of de-icing chemicals on ground water
Migration of alternative de-icing chemicals in aquifers (MIDAS)
Project | Published: 2013-04-17

Shortcut: http://syke.fi/projects/midas Background Studies on laboratory scale and in sand columns (1998-2001) Full scale studies (2002-2010) Key conclusions and applica...

Research & Development > Research and development projects > Projects > Migration of alternative de-icing chemicals in aquifers (MIDAS)
Land-based heavy metal load to the Baltic Sea (HELCOM data base PLC-5)
Project | Published: 2013-04-11

Objective The objective of the project is to manage and maintain the PLC database, and to collect, compile and analyze the data in order to estimate the land based pollution load to the ...

Research & Development > Research and development projects > Projects > Land-based heavy metal load to the Baltic Sea (HELCOM data base PLC-5)
Concentrations of surface finishing agents in fish caught in Helsinki's Vanhankaupunginlahti Bay ten times higher than in other areas
Press release | Published: 2011-05-27

Finnish Environment Institute and Evira High concentrations of organic tin compounds used in antifouling paints are still being found in perch and pike-perch in the Vanhankaupunginlahti......

Current > Press releases > Concentrations of surface finishing agents in fish caught in Helsinki's Vanhankaupunginlahti Bay ten times higher than in other areas

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