30th September 2021
Blooms of cyanobacteria occur practically every summer in the Baltic Sea, covering large areas of the sea during July-August, and having a substantial influence on ecosystem and marine services. That is why Finnish Environment Institute SYKE has published an extensive, weekly overview of cyanobacterial occurrence in Finnish inland waters and sea areas already since 1998. The overview is based on monitoring of the state of the environment in collaboration between SYKE and several local authorities. The activity of some organizations has also significantly increased the number of observation points for cyanobacterial blooms, especially on the SW and S coasts of Finland. Today, the national cyanobacterial bloom monitoring network includes > 400 permanent observation sites around…
Blooms of cyanobacteria occur practically every summer in the Baltic Sea, covering…
21st July 2021
Following successful deployment and testing in December 2020, the Helgoland Underwater Observatory…
13th July 2021
In the frame of JERICO-S3, the Balearic Islands Coastal Observing and Forecasting…
7th July 2021
Massive blooms of cyanobacteria occur practically every summer in the Baltic Sea.…
6th July 2021
The successful JERICO-RI S3 Transnational Access (TA) fist call in 2020 resulted…
Transnational Access (TA)