Bonus Projects


16.03.2018 BONUS BLUEWEBS publication on the change of Baltic food web

BONUS BLUEWEBS published a new paper in Ecological Informatics on modelling the change of the Gotland Basin food web using Dynamic Bayesian Network with hidden variables.

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09.03.2018 Finalists in BONUS RETURN's Nutrient and Carbon Reuse challenge announced!

Press Release 9 March 2018 Four finalists with innovations addressing the reuse of nutrients and carbon are now nominated. The finalists selected in the final round of The Baltic Sea nutrients and carbon reuse challenge are: Aquacare, Netherlands, Carbonext, Sweden, TerraNova Energy, Germany and Ravita, Finland.

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06.03.2018 BONUS RETURN to announce competition finalists

Finalists in the recently concluded competition: 'Baltic Sea nutrients and carbon reuse challenge' will be announced at the Baltic Sea Future congress on 9th of March 2018 in Stockholm.

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07.01.2018 Popular science book from BONUS INSPIRE

The BONUS INSPIRE popular science book "Have you seen the fish?" is meant to convey the often complicated scientific results in an easily understandable manner essentially to children, to potentially create their interest towards the life in the sea.

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06.02.2018 New BONUS BaltCoast video

A new video about the Systems Approach Framework (SAF) was recently published by BONUS BaltCoast project.

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29.01.2018 Reaching across sea spaces - Results on MSP from the BONUS BALTSPACE Project

The BONUS BALTSPACE final conference is taking place in the European Parliament in Brussels on 7 March 2018 (15:00-17:00 hrs). The conference is hosted by Gesine Meißner, Member of the European Parliament and President of the Intergroup Seas, Rivers, Islands and Coastal Areas.

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22.01.2018 New BONUS GOHERR publication addresses factors determining the performance of individual salmon

Jacobson, Gårdmark, Östergren, Casini and Huss: "Size-dependent prey availability affects diet and performance of predatory fish at sea: a case study of Atlantic salmon"

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