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SmartSea Project VIA YOUTUBE 01/10/18 Climate change in the Baltic Sea Basin by Anna Rutgersson, Uppsala University. Eutrophisation de la mer Baltique. HELSINKI UNIVERSITY - 2018 - Thèse en ligne : Assessing the effects of climate change on Baltic Sea macroalgae – implications for the foundation species Fucus vesiculosus L. Ambio. 2011 Jul;40(5):447-56. Climate warming and pikeperch year-class catches in the Baltic Sea. MARBEF 23/10/13 Effects of climate change on the North Sea and Baltic Sea. Warming leads to an increase in North Sea fish species Climate models predict a 2-4ºC rise in water temperature along with a rise in sea levels in the current century.

MARBEF 23/10/13 Effects of climate change on the North Sea and Baltic Sea

This will have major implications for species, ecosystems and food webs. The MarBEF MarFISH project examined archaeological evidence from the waters around Denmark (the Kattegat, Skagerrak, the Belt Sea and Bornholm) during a warm period from 7000-3900BC and showed that, during this period, there were several warm-water fish species present. These species were: smoothhound (Mustelus sp.), common stingray (Dasyatis pastinaca), anchovy (Engraulis encrasicolus), European sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax), black sea bream (Spondyliosoma cantharus) and swordfish (Xiphias gladius).

These species currently have a more southerly distribution and their presence near Denmark in the past was presumably caused by the warmer temperatures at that time. ICES - 2007 - Impact of 21st century climate change on the Baltic Sea fish community and fisheries. Ecology, 85(3), 2004, pp. 784–794 FISH PRODUCTION AND CLIMATE: SPRAT IN THE BALTIC SEA. Water 2014, 6(12), 3671-3700 Impacts of Future Climate Change and Baltic Sea Level Rise on Groundwater Recharge, Groundwater Levels, and Surface Leakage in the Hanko Aquifer in Southern Finland.

BACC - 2014 - Climate change in the Baltic sea region - what do we know. INTECH 16/01/13 A Study of Climate Change and Cost Effective Mitigation of the Baltic Sea Eutrophication. Martin Lindkvist, Ing-Marie Gren and Katarina Elofsson 1.

INTECH 16/01/13 A Study of Climate Change and Cost Effective Mitigation of the Baltic Sea Eutrophication

Introduction Eutrophication of coastal marine waters is globally considered to be a serious environmental problem [1, 2]. The Baltic Sea is the world’s largest brackish-sea and damages from eutrophication have been documented since the early 1960s by a large number of different studies [e.g. 3, 4]. In response to eutrophication of the sea the riparian states formed the administrative body HELCOM in charge of policies for improving the Baltic Sea and entered ministerial agreements on nutrient reduction in 1988 and 2007.

Climate change and structural changes in the agricultural sector are considered to be the major drivers of future nutrient loads to the Baltic Sea [5]. Similar to several other international water bodies, the Baltic Sea contains a number of interlinked and heterogeneous marine basins. The paper is organised as follows. 2. 1. Geophysical Research Abstracts - 2013 - Projected impact of climate change in the North and Baltic Sea. Results from dynamical d. SMHI 29/11/12 How does the climate in the Baltic Sea vary now and in the future? There is insufficient knowledge on how climate changes affect the marine environment, even though studies show that a changed climate could have a major impact on the marine ecosystem.

SMHI 29/11/12 How does the climate in the Baltic Sea vary now and in the future?

It is feared that problems with eutrophication which lead to increased algal blooms and oxygen-poor sea beds could become worse in a warmer, wetter climate. “Recreating historic climate and environmental developments in the Baltic Sea provides us with knowledge so that we can better understand possible future developments. We need improved sea models to support the work on environmental measures in the Baltic Sea,” says Markus Meier, an oceanography scientist at SMHI. Marine environments have a ‘long memory’, as it can take up to 40 years for nutrients to be transported through the sediments and out into the sea. This means that the effect of a reduction in the amount of nutrients added to the ocean is delayed.

Measurements were taken by the lightship Finngrundet over various periods between 1860 and 1969. ACTUALITES NEWS 23/07/12 Des épidémies d’infections dans la Mer Baltique sont liées au changement climatique. Le changement climatique induit par les hommes est le principal facteur à l’origine de l’émergence inattendue d’un groupe de bactéries au nord de l’Europe qui pourrait causer des gastroentérites, d’après ce qu’indique une nouvelle recherche menée par un groupe d’experts internationaux.

ACTUALITES NEWS 23/07/12 Des épidémies d’infections dans la Mer Baltique sont liées au changement climatique

L’article, publié dans le journal Nature Climate Change dimanche, fournit les premières preuves du lien entre le réchauffement de la Mer Baltique et l’émergence d’infections Vibrio au nord de l’Europe. Les Vibrio sont un groupe de bactéries qui vivent habituellement dans les environnements marins tropicaux et chauds. La bactérie peut causer plusieurs types d’infections chez les êtres humains, depuis le choléra aux symptômes du genre gastroentérite, quand on mange des crustacés crus ou peu cuits ou quand on s’expose à l’eau de mer. Ils ont découvert que le nombre et la répartition des cas dans la Mer Baltique étaient fortement liés aux températures à la surface de la mer. ICES Journal of Marine Science - 2005 - Climate, zooplankton, and pelagic fish growth in the central Baltic Sea. + Author Affiliations ∗ Correspondence to C.

ICES Journal of Marine Science - 2005 - Climate, zooplankton, and pelagic fish growth in the central Baltic Sea

Möllmann: tel: +45 3396 3458; fax: +45 3396 3333. e-mail: cmo@dfu.min.dk . Received June 29, 2004. Accepted April 29, 2005. ICES J. Mar. Sci. (2011) 28/09/11 Climate-driven long-term trends in Baltic Sea oxygen concentrations and the potential conseque. Eutrophisation. FP7 Environment (Inc Climate change) Theme PARTNER PROFILE FORM. Ambio. 2012 Sep;41(6):626-36. Impact of climate change on fish population dynamics in the Baltic sea: a dynamical downscaling in.

Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences - 2013 - Thèse en ligne: Cost Effective Nutrient Abatement in the Baltic Sea - Analy.