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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”

The 4th Baltic Earth Conference - Call for Papers

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The conference will take place in Jastarnia, Poland, on the beautiful peninsula of Hel, close to the Gdansk metropolitan area. The conference will cover the topics of the Baltic Earth Assessment Reports (BEAR), which reflect the majority of Grand Challenges and research themes of Baltic Earth over the past nine years. We invite the scientific and stakeholder communities to an exciting conference at a beautiful location! To the conference website...


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Celsius Symposium

Celsius Symposium, 12 January 2022, 13 - 16:30, Uppsala University, Sweden

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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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3rd Marginal Sea Conference

New dates: 14-17 Dec 2021
Extended abstract deadline: 24 Nov 21

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

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3rd Baltic Earth Winter School

Students will be introduced to the analysis of climate variability from years to millennia as recorded from instrumental data, historical documents and proxy ...

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Baltic Earth session at EGU2022

Climate change and other drivers of environmental change: Developments, interlinkages and impacts in regional seas and coastal regions

For the fourth time, ...

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