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Extending the knowledge of the regional Earth system in the Baltic Sea region

Baltic Earth strives to achieve an improved Earth System understanding of the Baltic Sea region as the basis for science-based management in the face of climatic, environmental and human impact in the region. Baltic Earth brings together a broad international research community around core scientific issues identified as fundamental to informing societal efforts to achieve sustainability in the region. These “Grand Challenges” are tackled through joint research efforts, workshops, conferences and capacity building events accompanied by a continuous process of synthesis of the current state of knowledge. Communication with stakeholders and research funders aims to ensure impact and relevance of the research. Baltic Earth targets the atmosphere, land and marine environment of the Baltic Sea, its drainage basin and nearby areas with relevance for the Baltic Sea region. “Background”

News

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Nobel prize for pioneering work on climate modelling

This year´s nobel prize for physics goes to two outstanding climate modelers, Syukuro ...

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Hydrometeorology in Belarus: New article in Oxford Research Encyclopedia

The Oxford Research Encyclopedia (ORE) provide collections of peer reviewed overview ...

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Baltic Sea Climate Change Fact Sheet 2021 published

HELCOM and Baltic Earth are inviting press representatives and professionals to attend ...

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Events

13th Baltic Sea Science Congress 2021

The 13th Baltic Sea Science Congress will take place in Aarhus, Denmark, on 18-22 October!

The congress will take place at the Lakeside Lecture Theatres ...

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3rd Marginal Sea Conference

Call for Papers!
Abstract Submission deadline: 31 October 2021

For the third time, there will be the Marginal Seas Conference to compare Marginal Seas around ...

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The 2021 Gulf of Finland Science Days

The Gulf of Finland Science Days will be held in the Estonian Academy of Sciences in Tallinn, Estonia in 29-30 November, 2021.

The ultimate goal of the gulf ...

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