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Algae prognosis: low or moderate risk of blue-green algal blooms in Finland's sea areas
Press release | Published: 2013-06-06

According to the algae prognosis of the Finnish Environment Institute’s Marine Research Centre, the risk of blue-green algal blooms in Finland's sea areas is mainly low this summer. In the western Gul......

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Algal reviews
Content page | Published: 2017-02-22

National algal reviews are published weekly on Thursdays from June to the end of August. Algal review provides a comprehensive overview of the state of algal blooms throughout Finland's inla...

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Nationwide algal review 6.6.2013: No observations of cyanobacterial blooms in Finnish sea areas or lakes
Press release | Published: 2013-06-06

The amount of cyanobacteria is low in the Finnish sea areas and lakes. Low amounts of cyanobacteria have been observed only in seven monitored lakes. View the weeks algal situation on map: ......

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Trilateral Gulf of Finland co-operation (Estonia, Russia, Finland)
Project | Published: 2013-04-17

Current Next Trilateral Estonian-Finnish-Russian Gulf of Finland Forum From small scales to large scales –The Gulf of Finland Science Days 2017. Read more   Gulf of Finl...

Research & Development > Research and development projects > Projects > Trilateral Gulf of Finland co-operation (Estonia, Russia, Finland)
New information on the underwater environment in the Finnish coastal areas – FINMARINET examined 22,000 sampling sites and conducted extensive sounding surveys of the sea bottom
Press release | Published: 2013-04-10

Press release by SYKE, Metsähallitus, GTK, Åbo Akademi University and the University of Turku The underwater conditions of the Bay of Bothnia are unique, and up until now very little has bee......

Current > Press releases > New information on the underwater environment in the Finnish coastal areas – FINMARINET examined 22,000 sampling sites and conducted extensive sounding surveys of the sea bottom
Baltic Sea chemical diversity (IKEMON)
Project | Published: 2013-04-11

Purpose This research project examines chemical diversity in the Baltic sea with special emphasis on biogenic compounds (phycotoxins) produced by harmful algae. These naturally-pr...

Research & Development > Research and development projects > Projects > Baltic Sea chemical diversity (IKEMON)

Project | Published: 2013-04-17

The Finnish Inventory Program for the Underwater Marine Environment (VELMU) has collected data on the diversity of underwater marine habitats and species since 2004. Under the VELMU umbrella, a 4.5-y...

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Preparatory Action on Maritime Spatial Planning in the Baltic Sea (PLAN BOTHNIA)
Project | Published: 2013-04-17

The PLAN BOTHNIA project will test Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP) in the Bothnian Sea area as a transboundary case between Sweden and Finland. The objective of the project is to gain experienc...

Research & Development > Research and development projects > Projects > Preparatory Action on Maritime Spatial Planning in the Baltic Sea (PLAN BOTHNIA)
Transboundary tool for spatial planning and conservation of the Gulf of Finland (TOPCONS)
Project | Published: 2013-04-17

TOPCONS is a Finnish-Russian co-operation project that will develop innovative spatial tools for the regional planning and long-term invocation of the sea areas. These will help the socie...

Research & Development > Research and development projects > Projects > Transboundary tool for spatial planning and conservation of the Gulf of Finland (TOPCONS)
Chemical Munitions Search and Assessment (CHEMSEA)
Project | Published: 2013-04-17

CHEMSEA is a co-operation of leading scientific institutes and maritime decision makers established in order to assess and minimise risks related to sea-bottom activities near dumping sites of Wor...

Research & Development > Research and development projects > Projects > Chemical Munitions Search and Assessment (CHEMSEA)
Preparation of the Gulf of Finland Year 2014 is underway - Former Prime Minister Matti Vanhanen to assemble Gulf of Finland Year 2014 Network for the theme year
Press release | Published: 2013-01-14

For the first time, Finland, Russia and Estonia are joining forces to carry out a comprehensive survey......

Current > Press releases > Preparation of the Gulf of Finland Year 2014 is underway - Former Prime Minister Matti Vanhanen to assemble Gulf of Finland Year 2014 Network for the theme year
No significant changes in the condition of the Baltic Sea
Press release | Published: 2012-09-17

Aranda and Muikku, the research vessels of the Finnish Environment Institute, have returned from their August expeditions. On these tours, they studied the eutrophication of the Gulf of Finland......

Current > Press releases > No significant changes in the condition of the Baltic Sea
SYKE participating in research on the effects of chemical munitions dumped in the Baltic Sea
Press release | Published: 2012-09-11

The Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE) is involved in an in......

Current > Press releases > SYKE participating in research on the effects of chemical munitions dumped in the Baltic Sea
Artificial oxygenation may improve the status of coastal waters
Press release | Published: 2012-08-22

Picture: Mixox pump  (Vesi-Eko Oy)  According t......

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Removing nutrients from the sea by growing algae?
Press release | Published: 2011-10-07

Photo: Milla Suutari, University of Helsinki The Finnish En......

Current > Press releases > Removing nutrients from the sea by growing algae?
Summary review on harmful algal bloom monitoring in Finland 2009: No major blooms of cyanobacteria this summer
Press release | Published: 2009-10-15

As usual, the occurrence of cyanobacteria in the summer 2009 was regulated by the weather conditions. Due to the absence of long continuous warm periods strong algal blooms were not formed. Compar......

Current > Algal reviews > Summary reviews > Summary review on harmful algal bloom monitoring in Finland 2009: No major blooms of cyanobacteria this summer
Summary of the summer 2008: Unsettled summer weather prevented major algae blooms
Press release | Published: 2008-09-05

Finnish Institute of Marine Research and Finnish Environment Institute and the regional environment centres inform: The algae monitoring, carried out jointly by the Finnish Environment Institut......

Current > Algal reviews > Summary reviews > Summary of the summer 2008: Unsettled summer weather prevented major algae blooms
Summary of summer 2007: Blue-green algae season was short but intensive
Press release | Published: 2007-09-13

Released by the Finnish Environment Institute, the Finnish Institute of Marine Research and the regional environment centres Again, weather conditions played a major role in the regulation......

Current > Algal reviews > Summary reviews > Summary of summer 2007: Blue-green algae season was short but intensive

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