• 2012-04-25 2012-04-25
    Agriculture development & scenarios - The Baltic Sea Region 2020 - 2050 - 2100
    Welcome to a "marine ecologists meet agronomists"-seminar, a unique opportunity for knowledge exchange between the two professions. Our hope is that this will benefit future modelling and scenario work, and that new research issues can be identified.

    For whom?

    • Marine ecologist involved in large scale modelling where nutrient driving forces in the drainage basin, such as agriculture, plays an...

  • 2012-02-03 2012-02-03
    Meeting with all participants
    Participants in the Regime Shifts in the Baltic Sea Ecosystem, WP 1 - 4, met to discuss the achievements, budget, next step and papers planned for 2012.
  • 2010-12-10 2010-12-10
    2nd Group meeting of the "Regime shifts in the Baltic Sea Ecosystem"
    The next group meeting for the Regime shifts-project will be held at Stallet. The meeting is held between 13.00 - 17.00, followed by some social activities.
  • 2010-10-08 2010-10-08
    Kick-off meeting Regime Shifts in the Baltic Sea Ecosystem-project
    This workshop-like kick-off meeting gave an opportunity for everyone involved in the project to meet and we are particularly glad that all four new postdocs could present themselves.

    During the meeting we brainstormed on the methods and science related to the project, and together in detail planned the coming four years with regards to output. For further information see "Deliverables".

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