The 17th Ocean Sciences Meeting is an international gathering held 23-28 February in Honululu, Hawaii. It includes over 5000 oral and poster presentations, stimulating plenary talks and a refreshing keynote by National Geographic Explorer, Elisabeth Kapu'ueailani Lindsey.
Bärbel Müller-Karulis, researcher at BNI Sweden with expertize in food webs, will present some of her and her colleagues' work at Session 068: Understanding biogeochemical and ecosystem response to natural and human-induced interactions, drivers and pressures in coastal regions:
B. Müller-Karulis, B. Gustafsson, O. Savchuk. Regime Shifts in Baltic Sea biogeochemical cycles driven by nutrient loads and climate change.
Results from BEAM, Baltic Ecosystem Adaptive Management, one of the large research programs in which BNI is involved, will be presented during the session 172 “Multiple drivers affecting ecosystem function in estuarine and coastal waters”.
Examples of BNI contributino to this BEAM session are:
* Fransner, F., Meier, H.M., Humborg, C., Mörth, C.M. Nycander, J.: Quantifying sinks of terrestrial doc in the Baltic Sea
* Deutsch, B., Bonaglia, S., Humborg, C., Bruechert, V.: Phosphate fluxes and phosphate source identification in the Himmerfjärden (Baltic Sea)
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