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Final project meeting

23–25 October 2017 at Brändö, Luleå.

Meeting programme and participants


BaltGene 2017

BaltGene 2017BONUS BAMBI end-user conference ’BaltGene 2017’ was held in
Stockholm on September 21–22. Close to 60 participants, representing managers, government authorities, NGO:s and scientists gathered to discuss how to include genetics in Baltic Sea management. The meeting concluded that more networking is needed, and that BaltGene 2017 was a first important step. More details here.

Project meeting 2016

1 -2 September in Noer/Kiel, Germany

Project meeting Noer 2016
Meeting program


Summer School 2016

Modelling Biodiversity for Sustainable Use of Baltic Sea Living Resources, August 22-26 2016.

Summer school 2016 took place at Søminestation, near Holbæk, Denmark. The course consisted of a mix of lectures, hands-on statistical analyses/ modelling exercises and discussions addressing both functional and taxonomic aspects of marine biodiversity, with emphasis on estuarine systems, using the Baltic Sea as a case study.

One of the main purposes of the summer school was to educate and train a new generation of young scientists on the challenges and opportunities that face biodiversity in the Baltic Sea and provide them with new knowledge and quantitative tools on how to model its variations and their consequences. 

Sara Kurland, Luca Rugiu and Kristiina Nurkse from BONUS BAMBI participated.

More information here.

21-25 September 2015, ICES annual science conference, Copenhagen.

BAMBI, BIO-C3 and INSPIRE are convening a joint theme session at the ICES annual science conference 2015:

Session Q: “From genes to ecosystems: spatial heterogeneity and temporal dynamics of the Baltic Sea

Project meeting 2015

August 25-26 in Tallinn, Estonia; arrival day August 25 and departure day August 26. 



The Baltic Sea: a model for the global future ocean?

For one week in early July 2015, 32 PhD students and postdocs representing 8 nations around the Baltic, and 13 lecturers from 4 countries gathered at the artefact guest house in Glücksburg, Germany. The program: integrative lectures and practicals on Baltic physical-chemical parameters, climate projections, physiology, ecology and evolutionary biology of Baltic species, and management approaches for this region, or in short: a multi-disciplinary crash course on the Baltic Sea!


BAMBI planning meeting on conservation policy research
15.12. 2014, Gothenburg

BAMBI has a strong focus on practical management and end-user collaboration. The aim of this meeting is to gather a team of researchers and end-users to plan forthcoming research on conservation policy and use of existing scientific biodiversity information in practical management.

More info: Linda.Laikre@popgen.su.se

End user meeting
2014, November 3, 13.00 -15.00 (virtual meeting)

Project meeting 2014
September 2-3, Archipelago Research Institute,Turku, Finland; arrival day September 1 and departure day September 4.



Kick-off meeting of the BONUS projects starting in 2014
Kerstin Johannesson, Thorsten Reusch (also BIO-C3) and Eva Marie Rödström participates in the BONUS Kick-off meeting in Riga, 26-27 August 2014, were Kerstin presents BAMBI.

Bambi Kick-off meeting, 19-21 February 2014, Tjärnö, Sweden


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