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Why we should care about genetic biodiversity in the Baltic Sea

Pollution, overfishing and climate change impose severe challenges for the Baltic Sea. A wide pool of genetic diversity can provide possibilities for species to adapt and ensure important ecosystems to function in the future. It is time to make genetic biodiversity be part of Baltic Sea management and conservation.

High levels of genetic diversity means there is a variaty in traits among individuals – some of which might be suited to new conditions. 

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About the site

BaltGene communicates new scientific results on genetic biodiversity in the Baltic Sea directly to stakeholders. The information here is presented by research project BONUS Bambi, funded by the joint Baltic Sea research and development programme BONUS.


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