AMBER Annual Meeting 2011





Karin Junker: Relating shifts in the Baltic Sea ecosystem to climate variability

Jari Hänninen: Can freshwater runoffs influence on marine systems in the Baltic and the North Seas? - Ecosystem approach

Federico Montesini Pouzols: Machine learning methods for spatio-temporal modeling of environmental data

Helena Jäntti: Nitrification and nitrate-reduction in the Gulf of Finland sediment

Maren Voß: On the role of land derived N and P input for eutrophication in the Baltic Sea

Frederike Korth: Nitrogen turnover in the Baltic Sea with focus on the coastal zone

Sabine Nestler: Input and fate of dissolved nitrogen compounds via submarine groundwater discharge into the Puck Bay (Poland)

Susann Vogler: Identification and Quantification of Submarine Groundwater Discharge in the Puck Bay (Poland)

Beata Szymczycha: The report on measuring geochemical composition of groundwater seepage

Lech Kotwicki: Groundwater seepage impact on biota

Barbara Deutsch: Tracing terrestrial inputs of dissolved organic matter within the Baltic Sea ecosystem

Markus Meier: Future projections of ecological patterns in the Baltic Sea

Markus Meier: Transport of fresh and resuspended particulate organic material in the Baltic Sea - a model study

Markus Venohr: MONERIS - MOdelling Nutrient Emissions in RIver Systems: Oder and Nemunas River (C3)

Arturas Razinkovas-Baziukas: Modelling tools for assessing lagoon water quality and biological resources

Arturas Razinkovas-Baziukas: Biogeochemical processes in Curonian lagoon: state of the art

Christoph Humborg: Current and future river nutrient loads to the Baltic Sea

Jens Hürdler: Modelling future nutrient emissions - Effects of socio-economic development and climate change on scenario calculations in the Oder River Basin?

Dušan Sovilj:Machine learning approach for predicting zooplankton abundance in the Baltic Sea

The AMBER PhD Students: Results of the brainstorming on "Improving the Baltic Sea Management"