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The Baltic rim countries are experiencing rapid economic growth with new transport and energy infrastructure, growing cities and ports, and agribusiness development. At the same time the Baltic region is subject to a range of different pressures driven by climate change and anthropogenic factors such as expanding demand for natural resources and increased stress on the natural environment due to agriculture, tourism, energy generation, waste streams, pollution and habitat modification. They all have impacts on the marine ecosystems (e.g. result in eutrophication, changing benthic habitats, coastal erosion, etc.). Therefore there is an increasing need for adaptive management strategies to address these anthropogenic impacts.


29-31 March 2017 Helsinki, Finland

C-TEP is a data access service dedicated to improving the efficiently of data-intensive research into our dynamic coastal areas

A data cube service as Earth Observation Factory





The long-awaited conference on making our #BalticSeaRegion ports greener is already next week! Register by the end of this month to not miss it➡️

Thank YOU, @BONUSBaltic, for today's #BONUSForum and all the past (and future) fruitful collaboration.

📢📢📢We announce an open tender for the update of the VASAB Long-Term Perspective. Find out more information on our website: Tenders should be submitted by 28 December 2020.

Our report on evaluation of MSP now available @PanBalticScope website. The report includes conceptual basis + examples from Latvia and Poland (+ briefly from Belgium and Germany) 🇱🇻🇲🇨🇧🇪🇩🇪
& two page executive summary for the busy people

Next up is 'Climate Change in the Baltic Sea Region & its impacts', presented by Markus Meier from Leibnitz-Instutute for Baltic Sea Research.

Participants are gaining Insights from the
@BalticEarth Programme.

You can find out more here


Thank you to all our panelist, presenters and everyone who participated today in #BONUSForum.
You made it happen ❤️
@AKLescrauwaet, @InterregBSR, @EUScienceInnov, @RudigerStrempel, @HELCOMInfo, Fritz Köster #DTUAqua, @DonBoesch, @BANOS_CSA @andrishydro @GruberSigi

The new UBC Bulletin ”Smart Development” is published! Read about how the UBC cities are coping with challenges brought by the pandemic, and how the civil servants and residents are together finding new ways to develop their cities and economies. #UBC_BSR

The SI call for seed funding applications is now open. Apply by 11 February 2021! A chance for BSR actors to build new or expanded collaborations, prepare for new EU funding programmes, support the implementation of #EUSBSR and #EasternPartnership.

Will you join us at the #EMFF info day?
We will share practical tips for a perfect application🥇:
-Be mindful of keywords
-Apply at least 48hrs before deadline
-Be clear and concise
and so many more!
Tune in at 2pm to know more⤵️
#BlueInvest #BlueEconomy

The new 🇪🇺 Pharmaceutical Strategy is a milestone for our #HealthUnion.

We want to make medicines affordable, accessible, safe but also greener 🌱 by reducing environmental risk to water and land.

Greener medicines for #ZeroPollution!

The web page of Finnish #sealevel observations and forecasts has renewed. Fresh outlook + 10 days probability forecast and 14 days and 3 months observations as new items.

On the retrieval of internal temperature of Antarctica Ice Sheet by using SMOS observations
G. Macelloni, M. Leduc-Leballeur, F. Montomoli, M. Brogioni, C. Ritz, G. Picard Remote Sensing of Environment DOI: 10.1016/j.rse.2019.111405 - 2019
Validation of SMOS sea ice thickness retrieval in the northern Baltic Sea
Maaß N., Kaleschke L., Tian-Kunze X., Mäkynen M., Drusch M., Krumpen T., Hendricks S., Lensu M., Haapala J., Haas C. Tellus, Series A: Dynamic Meteorology and Oceanography DOI: 10.3402/tellusa.v67.24617 - 2015
Latitude dependence of interhemispheric field‐aligned currents (IHFACs) as observed by the Swarm constellation
Park, J., Yamazaki, Y., Lühr, H. Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics DOI: 10.1029/2019JA027694 - 2020
Melt in Antarctica derived from Soil Moisture and Ocean Salinity (SMOS) observations at L band
M. Leduc-Leballeur, G. Picard, G. Macelloni, A. Mialon, Y.H. Kerr The Cryosphere DOI: 10.5194/tc-14-539-2020 - 2020