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.
Data-driven regionalization of river discharges and emergent land cover–evapotranspiration relationships across Sweden
Author(s): van der Velde, Y., Lyon S.W., and Destouni, G.
Source: Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmosphere, 2013, Vol 118, Issue 6
Year: 2013

Coupled Dynamics of Iron and Phosphorus in Sediments of an Oligotrophic Coastal Basin and the Impact of Anaerobic Oxidation of Methane
Author(s): Slomp, C.P., Mort, H.P., Jilbert, T., Reed, D.C., Gustafsson, B.G. and Wolthers, M.
Source: PLoS ONE 8(4): e62386. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0062386
Year: 2013

The social dynamics of regrowth
Author(s): Boonstra, W.J. & S. Joosse
Source: Environmental Values 22 (2): 171-189
Year: 2013

The Baltic Sea - Our Common Treasure. Economics of Saving the Sea

Ericsdotter, S., Nekoro, M., Scharin, H.

Source: Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management Report Series, 2013:4
Year: 2013

Approaches and methods for eutrophication target settingin the Baltic Sea region
Author(s): Jacob Carstensen, Jesper H. Andersen, Karsten Dromph, Vivi Fleming-Lehtinen, Stefan Simis, Bo Gustafsson, Alf Norkko, Hagen Radtke, Ditte L.J. Petersen and Thomas Uhrenholdt
Source: HELCOM, 2013, Balt. Sea Environ. Proc. No. 133, ISSN 0357-2994
Year: 2013

Modelling the marine CO2 system in BALTSEM
Author(s): Erik Gustafsson
Source: Baltic Nest Institute Technical Report Series, No. 9
Year: 2013

Future changes in the Baltic Sea acid-base (pH) and oxygen balances

Anders Omstedt, Moa Edman, Björn Claremar, Peter Frodin, Erik Gustafsson, Christoph Humborg, Hanna Hägg, Magnus Mörth, Anna Rutgersson, Guy Schurges, Benjamin Smith, Teresia Wällstedt, Alla Yurova

Source: Tellus B 64 (2012) 19586
Year: 2012

Modelled long-term development of hypoxic area and nutrient pools in the Baltic Proper
Source: Journal of Marine Systems Volume 94, June 2012, Pages 120–134
Year: 2012

Indicators for sea-floor integrity under the European Marine Strategy Framework Directive

Rice J, Arvanitidis C, Borja A, Frid C, Hiddink JG, Krause J, Lorance P, Ragnarsson SA, Sköld M, Trabucco B, Enserink L, Norkko A 

Source: Ecological Indicators 12:174-184
Year: 2012

Consequences of Increasing Hypoxic Disturbance on Benthic Communities and Ecosystem Functioning

Villnäs A, Norkko A, Norkko J, Lukkari K, Hewitt J

Source: PLoS ONE 7(10): e44920. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0044920
Year: 2012

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