Ignatius S. and Haapasaari P. 2018: Justification theory for the analysis of the socio-cultural value of fish and fisheries: The case of Baltic salmon. Marine Policy 88: 167-173.
BONUS RETURN: Do you have an innovation with the potential to reuse nutrients and carbon in the Baltic Sea?
The paper ‘Potential benefits of a spatially targeted regulation based on detailed N-reduction maps to decrease N-load from agriculture in a small groundwater dominated catchment’ has been published by Hansen A.L. et al. in October 2017.
20.11.2017 New BONUS SOILS2SEA Reports available
From the BONUS SOILS2SEA project, two new reports are available online.
15 experts representing the fishing industry, fisheries and public health sciences, decision makers and environmental NGOs contributed to discussions about the potential and challenges of 1) integrating the governance of Baltic salmon and herring fisheries, and 2) integrating food safety and security into fisheries governance.
Include genetic diversity in management and improve the adaptive potential of Baltic Sea species
4-year international project draws to a close
“Molecular analyses of bacterioplankton composition and function”