Publications
The Baltic Nest Institute is prioritizing making the Nest model as transparent as possible. For this reason, we strive to make underlying model assumption publicly available in the format of international peer-reviewed scientific publications. Please find below a link to full references to the scientific publications from Baltic Nest Institute. Contact the corresponding author for a reprint of any article listed below.

Stream flow recession patterns can help unravel the role of climate and humans in landscape co-evolution
Author(s):

Bogaart, P.W., Y. van der Velde, S.W. Lyon, S.C. Dekker     

Source: Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 20, 1413-1432, 2016. Doi:10.5194/hess-20-1413-2016
Year: 2016

Regime shifts in the Northern Benguela ecosystem: Challenges for management
Author(s):

Heymans, J. Johanna, Tomczak, Maciej T.

Source: Ecological modelling
Year: 2015

Long-term temporal and spatial trends in eutrophication status of the Baltic Sea
Author(s):

Jesper H. Andersen, Jacob Carstensen, Daniel J. Conley, Karsten Dromph, Vivi Fleming-Lehtinen, Bo G. Gustafsson, Alf B. Josefson, Alf Norkko, Anna Villnäs and Ciarán Murray

Source: Biological Reviews (2015) Pages 000–000
Year: 2015

The mussel caging approach in assessing biological effects of wastewater treatment plant discharges in the Gulf of Finland (Baltic Sea)
Author(s):

Raisa Turja, Kari K. Lehtonen, Axel Meierjohann, Jenny-Maria Brozinski, Emil Vahtera, Anna Soirinsuo, Alexander Sokolov, Pauline Snoeijs, Hélène Budzinski, Marie-Hélène Devier, Laurent Peluhet, Jari-Pekka Pääkkönen, Markku Viitasalo, Leif Kronberg

Source: Marine Pollution Bulletin 97, Issues 1–2, 15 August 2015, Pages 135–149
Year: 2015

Application of a novel modeling tool with multistressor functionality to support management of organic contaminants in the Baltic Sea
Author(s):
Source: Ambio 44 Suppl 3 (2015) Pages S498–506
Year: 2015

The air-water CO2 exchange of a coastal sea – a sensitivity study on factors that influence the absorption and outgassing of CO2 in the Baltic Sea
Author(s):

Erik Gustafsson, Anders Omstedt and Bo G. Gustafsson

Source: Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 120 (2015) Pages 1-16
Year: 2015

Seasonal and regional patterns in performance for a Baltic Sea drainage basin hydrologic model
Author(s):

Steve W. Lyon, Roya Meidani, Ype van der Velde, Helen E. Dahlke, Dennis P. Swaney, Carl-Magnus Mörth, Christoph Humborg

Source: Journal of the American Water Resources Association 51:2 (2015) Pages 550-556
Year: 2015

Recent developments in assessment methodology reveal that the Baltic Sea eutrophication problem is expanding
Author(s):

Vivi Fleming-Lehtinen, Jesper H. Andersen, Jacob Carstensen, Elzbieta Łysiak-Pastuszak, Ciarán Murray, Minna Pyhälä, Maria Laamanen

Source: Ecological Indicators 48 (2015) Pages 380–388
Year: 2015

Glacio-isostatic control on hypoxia in a high-latitude shelf basin
Author(s):

Tom Jilbert, Daniel J. Conley, Bo G. Gustafsson, Carolina P. Funkey, Caroline P. Slomp

Source: Geology, G36454.1 (2015)
Year: 2015

Modelling the 13C and 12C isotopes of inorganic and organic carbon in the Baltic Sea
Source: Journal of Marine Systems 148 (2015) Pages 122-130
Year: 2015

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