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Sevira started
News | Published: 2019-01-23

Water meets people – learn, act and influence SEVIRA –project had a two day Kick-off in December....

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Advancing assessment of nutrient load impact on coastal water quality
Press release | Published: 2019-01-16

The impact of nutrient load on the quality of coastal waters can now be modelled with improved precision and realism. The new model system developed in the Finnish Environment Instute offers a new too......

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Zonation projects and research
Content page | Published: 2018-05-30

This page presents projects and research questions from Finland in which the Zonation programme has been used. The list is not comprehensive, and it is updated every now and then. See ...

Research & Development > Nature > Specialist work > Zonation in Finland > Zonation projects and research
Climate models predict changes to flows and biota of northern rivers
Press release | Published: 2018-03-20

The habitats of species in Finland's rivers will move northward as climate change causes temperatures to rise. In addition, seasonal fluctuation in the flow of rivers will become more irregular than i......

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Work Packages and Case Studies
Content page | Published: 2017-06-01

  BLUEWEBS is structured into 6 highly connected Work-Packages (WPs): WP1 will determine past and recent states in Baltic Sea ecosystems applying advanced statistical techni......

Research & Development > Research and development projects > Projects > Blue Growth boundaries in novel Baltic food webs - BONUS BLUEWEBS > Work Packages and Case Studies
Blue Growth boundaries in novel Baltic food webs - BONUS BLUEWEBS
Project | Published: 2017-05-30

Project´s web pages: www.syke.fi/bonusbluewebs About the project: Good environmental status (GES) and Blue Growth (BG) are the two main goals in today’s policy frameworks and trade...

Research & Development > Research and development projects > Projects > Blue Growth boundaries in novel Baltic food webs - BONUS BLUEWEBS
Beyond MALPE-coordination: integrative envisioning - BEMINE
Project | Published: 2017-01-18

Beyond MALPE-coordination: integrative envisioning (BEMINE) aims to build upon the existing Finnish MALPE city-regional planning approach, which includes land use (M), housing (A), transport (L), ser...

Research & Development > Research and development projects > Projects > Beyond MALPE-coordination: integrative envisioning - BEMINE
Novel Assessment of Black Carbon in the Eurasian Arctic: From Historical Concentrations and Sources to Future Climate Impacts (NABCEA)
Project | Published: 2016-10-10

Picture: Riku Lumiaro   Black carbon (BC) has been estimated to be the second most important climate warming pollutant after CO2. The proposed project will produce new research ...

Research & Development > Research and development projects > Projects > Novel Assessment of Black Carbon in the Eurasian Arctic: From Historical Concentrations and Sources to Future Climate Impacts (NABCEA)
Nitrogen deposition affects population changes of butterfly and moth species in Finland
Press release | Published: 2016-10-06

Large, mobile and multivoltine butterflies and moths that either utilise a wide variety host plants or have adapted to feed on nitrophilous plants are becoming more common in Finnish nature. Soil eutr......

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Flood modelling
Content page | Published: 2016-11-21

Flood risk mapping is a prerequisite for effective flood risk management. Flood maps and hydraulic models behind them firstly enable the identification of possible flood prone areas and seco...

Research & Development > Water > Models and tools > Flood modelling
Watershed simulation and forecasting system
Content page | Published: 2016-09-27

Finnish Environment Institute SYKE has developed a comprehensive watershed model WSFS-VEMALA for the whole Finland. The WSFS-VEMALA is used for simulating and forecasting hydrological variables, for ...

Research & Development > Water > Models and tools > Watershed simulation and forecasting system
New methods improve the quality of environmental impact assessments
Press release | Published: 2016-01-14

New methods make it easier to recognise and systematically assess the most significant environmental impacts of various projects, and to illustrate the results. They also improve the participation pos......

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Finnish Regional Emission Scenario model FRES
Project | Published: 2015-10-09

Picture: Olli-Pekka Pietiläinen Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE) evaluates air pollution emissions and their impacts on the climate, environment and human health. The evaluations are ...

Research & Development > Research and development projects > Projects > Finnish Regional Emission Scenario model FRES
FRES research team
Content page | Published: 2015-10-29

Photo: Olli-Pekka Pietiäinen   The research team is working in the group of Air Pollution and Mitigation of Cl...

Research & Development > Research and development projects > Projects > Finnish Regional Emission Scenario model FRES > FRES research team
Health effects of particulate matter
Content page | Published: 2017-03-07

Photo: Olli-Pekka Pietiläinen Fine particles in ambient air are considered to be the worst air pollution for human health. Significant health effects are observed already at relatively ...

Research & Development > Research and development projects > Projects > Finnish Regional Emission Scenario model FRES > Health effects of particulate matter
Integrated assessment modeling
Content page | Published: 2015-09-23

Fig. Spatial distribution of modelled fine particle consentrations in Finland in 2010   SYKE develops integrat...

Research & Development > Research and development projects > Projects > Finnish Regional Emission Scenario model FRES > Integrated assessment modeling
GAINS and EMEP modelling in the Russian Federation: further developments at the regional level
Project | Published: 2015-07-13

Since a substantial part of transboundary emissions in the Nordic countries are attributable to emission sources in the Russian Federation, it is important to involve Russian experts in the modelling...

Research & Development > Research and development projects > Projects > GAINS and EMEP modelling in the Russian Federation: further developments at the regional level
Keeping the Arctic White: Regulatory Options for Reducing Short-Lived Climate Forcers in the Arctic (WHITE)
Project | Published: 2015-10-06

Kuva: Antti Samuli Short-lived climate forcers (SLCFs) include black carbon, methane, tropospheric ozone and some hydrofluorocarbons (H...

Research & Development > Research and development projects > Projects > Keeping the Arctic White: Regulatory Options for Reducing Short-Lived Climate Forcers in the Arctic (WHITE)
Understanding the link between Air pollution and Distribution of related Health Impacts and Welfare in the Nordic countries (NordicWelfAir)
Project | Published: 2016-02-19

The impacts from air pollution are not equally distributed, but depend on socio-demograhic and socio-economic factors, including age, gender, social status, education level, ethnic group, living condi...

Research & Development > Research and development projects > Projects > Understanding the link between Air pollution and Distribution of related Health Impacts and Welfare in the Nordic countries (NordicWelfAir)
A cleaner Gulf of Finland would provide tens of millions of euros in recreational benefits annually
Press release | Published: 2015-01-15

Improving the state of the Gulf of Finland would benefit the recreational use of coastal properties by over 50 million euros annually. The greatest benefits would come from the decrease of algal bloom......

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