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  • 1.
    Andersson, Pia
    et al.
    SMHI, Core Services.
    Hansson, Martin
    SMHI, Core Services.
    Bjurström, Joel
    Simonsson, Daniel
    Naturtypsbestämning av miljöövervakningsstationer SMHI pelagial miljöövervakning2017Report (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    Sampling stations in the national environmental monitoring in the marine environment is not defined when it comes to habitat. This means that the environmental monitoring data collected cannot be properly used in the assessments connected to the Habitats Directive or the Marine Framework Strategy Directive. SwAM has funded and commissioned SMHI to explore the possibilities to in a simple manner classify the habitats for the SMHI monitoring stations. The project was intended to test the equipment and through drop video examine if it is possible, and if so, determine habitats for the open sea stations during the expedition in December, 2016. SMHI has designed a rig and conducted sampling at 11 of 25 monitoring stations. Lighting problems and weather conditions reduced the number of sampled stations. SMHI:s opinion is that the rig, with adjusted light source, is a good tool for visual investigation of the habitats at the monitoring stations in the open sea. However, we have proposed a number of adjustments to the rig to increase the quality of the images and videos and to increase the possibility to carry out further assessments of the material. Most of the images show very fine-grained material like silt / clay. A few species have been recorded and almost no vegetation. Most of the stations did not meet the criteria for the Habitat Directive . At two stations habitat was registered as 1160 Bays and sounds, containing1110 Sandbanks. For HUB Underwater biotopes, AB.H3O Baltic aphotic muddy sediments Characterized by infaunal echinoderms was registered at the station P2 and AB.M4U Baltic aphotic mixed substrate Characterized by no macro community was registered on stations BY5 and BY4. SMHI recommends a review of the collected material together with ArtDatabanken and / or additional expert to ensure the performed assessment, to ensure recommendations and to quality control and define the material to be reported to a data host. SMHI recommend additional visual sampling of the remaining stations, as well as additional sampling on stations where the quality of the image was inadequate, or where ArtDatabanken or a possible additional expert recommend additional sampling. Additional experts may recommend adding sediment sampling to the visual method at some stations. Performing visual sampling of all 25 stations, with one landing per station, will extend the expedition with approximately 11,5-13, hours.

  • 2.
    Axe, Philip
    et al.
    SMHI, Research Department, Oceanography.
    Hansson, Martin
    SMHI, Core Services.
    Håkansson, Bertil
    SMHI, Research Department, Oceanography.
    The National Monitoring Programme in the Kattegat and Skagerrak2004Report (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    To facilitate the development of the OSPAR eutrophication monitoring programme, this report presents the statistical strength of trends reported in the 2002 Common Procedure Report1. After correcting nutrient records to a reference salinity of 30 psu (to compensate for the effects of dilution), ortho-phosphate concentration exhibits a significant negative trend in the inshore Kattegat and Skagerrak. Significant decreases in silicate were observed in all areas. These changes caused changes in Redfield and other nutrient ratios. Indirect indicators of eutrophication (autumn, bottom oxygen concentration; growing-season chlorophyll-a concentration) exhibited significant trends. Chlorophyll-a concentration increased in the Skagerrak, while oxygen concentration decreased in all areas, apart from the inshore Kattegat.Spatial characteristics of the study area were tested using probability mapping. The Kattegat was found to be well represented by 8 divisions, while 4 areas were suitable Skagerrak.Changes in the current monitoring programme were not recommended. Increasing sampling frequency could interfere with the statistical independence of measurements – an assumption for the validity of trend calculations. Filling gaps in the existing time series improves the statistical significance of observed trends. This requires effective data exchange between monitoring institutions, and possibly data archaeology.

  • 3. Casini, Michele
    et al.
    Kall, Filip
    Hansson, Martin
    SMHI, Core Services.
    Plikshs, Maris
    Baranova, Tatjana
    Karlsson, Olle
    Lundstrom, Karl
    Neuenfeldt, Stefan
    Gardmark, Anna
    Hjelm, Joakim
    Hypoxic areas, density-dependence and food limitation drive the body condition of a heavily exploited marine fish predator2016In: Royal Society Open Science, E-ISSN 2054-5703, Vol. 3, no 10, article id 160416Article in journal (Refereed)
  • 4.
    Hansson, Martin
    SMHI, Core Services.
    Cyanobakterieblomningar i Östersjön, resultat från satellitövervakning 1997-20052006Report (Other academic)
    Abstract [sv]

    I haven omkring oss är algblomningar ett vanligt och naturligt förekommande fenomen. Algblomningar i Östersjön under sommaren domineras av cyanobakterier eller blågrönalger som de också kallas. De arter som är vanligt förekommande är Nodularia spumigena (katthårsalg), Aphanizomenon baltica (flos-aquae) och Anabaena spp. (Edler et al., 1995). Utbredning, varaktighet, intensitet och dynamik hos cyanobakterieblomningar undersöktes i Östersjön mellan åren 1997-2005 med hjälp av NOAA-satellitdata från AVHRR (Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer)-sensorn. Blomningarna detekterades med hjälp av en semi-automatisk klassificeringsalgoritm.Cyanobakterieblomningar i Östersjön uppvisar stora variationer mellan olika år både då det gäller utbredning, intensitet och varaktighet. Blomningen 2005 uppvisade den längsta varaktigheten, medan 1998 års blomning hade den största utbredningen. Cyanobakterieblomningen 1999 hade både lång varaktighet och stor utbredning vilket gav den högsta intensiteten under den analyserade perioden. En blomning startar oftast sent i juni eller tidigt i juli. Initialt är blomningen fördelad i hela ytlagret, blomningen är alltså närvarande i ytlagret innan blomningen kan ses som ytansamlingar från satellit. Tiden från att blomningen startar till den första observationen av ytansamlingar är i medeltal 9 dagar. Vanligtvis pågår blomningen i 2-4 veckor, denna tidsperiod bestäms till stor del av väderförhållanden och tillgången på biologiskt tillgängligt fosfor. Högtrycksbetonat, varmt, lugnt och soligt väder tidigt i juli är troligen en avgörande faktor för att en blomning skall kunna uppstå och eventuellt bli kraftig.Den ökning av både utbredning, varaktighet och intensitet som diskuteras bland forskare, media och allmänhet är svår att påvisa med det dataunderlag som presenteras i denna rapport. Ökningen av cyanobakterieblomningar skulle kunna vara ett resultat av Östersjöns naturliga variationer i kombination med kraftig mänskliga påverkan.Det är uppenbart att det finns ytterligare okända faktorer som påverkar uppkomsten av en cyanobakterieblomning. Mer forskning och samordnad marin miljöövervakning behövs för att förklara detta. Kombinationen av ny teknik, satellitövervakning, in situ provtagning och modellresultat är ett mycket kraftfullt verktyg som kan erbjuda kunskap och realtidsinformation till forskare, myndigheter

  • 5.
    Hansson, Martin
    et al.
    SMHI, Core Services.
    Andersson, Lars
    SMHI, Core Services.
    Oxygen Survey in the Baltic Sea 2013: Extent of Anoxia and Hypoxia, 1960-20132014Report (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    A climatology atlas of the oxygen situation in the deep water of the Baltic Sea was first published in 2011 in SMHI Report Oceanography No 42. Since 2011, annual updates have been made as additional data have been reported to ICES. In this report the results for 2012 have been updated and the preliminary results for 2013 are presented. Oxygen data from 2013 have been collected during the annual Baltic International Acoustic Survey (BIAS) and from national monitoring programmes with contributions from Sweden, Poland, Finland, Estonia Lithuania, and Latvia. For the autumn period, August to October, each profile in the dataset was examined for the occurrence of hypoxia (oxygen deficiency) and anoxia (total absence of oxygen). The depths of onset of hypoxia and anoxia were then interpolated between sampling stations producing two surfaces representing the depth at which hypoxic and anoxic conditions are found. The volume and area of hypoxia and anoxia have been calculated and the results have then been transformed to maps and diagrams to visualize the annual autumn oxygen situation during the analysed period. The updated results for 2012 and the preliminary results for 2013 show that the extreme oxygen conditions in the Baltic Proper after the regime shift in 1999 continue. Both the areal extent and the volume of anoxia have, after the regime shift, been constantly elevated to levels only observed occasionally before the regime shift. In the Baltic Proper, Gulf of Finland and Gulf of Riga ~15% of the bottom areas was affected by anoxia and ~30% by hypoxia during 2013.

  • 6.
    Hansson, Martin
    et al.
    SMHI, Core Services.
    Andersson, Lars
    SMHI, Core Services.
    Oxygen Survey in the Baltic Sea 2014: Extent of Anoxia and Hypoxia, 1960-20142015Report (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    A climatological atlas of the oxygen situation in the deep water of the Baltic Sea was first published in 2011 in SMHI Report Oceanography No 42. Since 2011, annual updates have been made as additional data have been reported to ICES. In this report the results for 2013 have been updated and the preliminary results for 2014 are presented. Oxygen data from 2014 have been collected during the annual Baltic International Acoustic Survey (BIAS) and from national monitoring programmes with contributions from Sweden, Poland, Estonia Lithuania, and Germany. For the autumn period, August to October, each profile in the dataset was examined for the occurrence of hypoxia (oxygen deficiency) and anoxia (total absence of oxygen). The depths of onset of hypoxia and anoxia were then interpolated between sampling stations producing two surfaces representing the depth at which hypoxic respectively anoxic conditions are found. The volume and area of hypoxia and anoxia have been calculated and the results have then been transformed to maps and diagrams to visualize the annual autumn oxygen situation during the analysed period. The updated results for 2013 and the preliminary results for 2014 show that the extreme oxygen conditions in the Baltic Proper after the regime shift in 1999 continue. Both the areal extent and the volume with anoxic conditions have, after 1999, been constantly elevated to levels only observed occasionally before the regime shift. In the Baltic Proper, Gulf of Finland and Gulf of Riga approximately 15% of the bottom area was affected by anoxia and around 25% by hypoxia during 2014. En klimatologisk atlas över syresituationen i Östersjöns djupvatten publicerades 2011 i SMHIs Report Oceanography No 42. Sedan 2011 har årliga uppdateringar gjorts då kompletterande data från länder runt Östersjön har rapporerats till ICES. I denna rapport har resultaten från 2013 uppdaterats. De preliminära resultaten för 2014 baseras på data insamlade under Baltic International Acoustic Survey (BIAS) och nationell miljööver-vakning med bidrag från Estland, Litauen, Tyskland, Polen och Sverige.Förekomsten av hypoxi (syrebrist) och anoxi (helt syrefria förhållanden) under höstperioden, augusti till oktober, har undersökts i varje mätprofil. Djupet där hypoxi eller anoxi först påträffas i en profil har interpolerats mellan provtagningsstationer och kombinerats med en djupdatabas för beräkning av utbredning och volym av hypoxiska och anoxiska förhållanden. Resultaten har överförts till kartor och diagram för att visualisera syre-situationen i Östersjöns djupvatten.Resultaten för 2013 och de preliminära resultaten för 2014 visar att de extrema syreförhållanden som observerats i Egentliga Östersjön efter regimskiftet 1999 fortsätter. Utbredningen av anoxi fortsätter att vara konstant förhöjd till nivåer som bara observerats i Östersjön vid enstaka år före 1999. Under 2013 beräknas ungefär 15 % av bottnarna i Egentliga Östersjön, Finska viken och Rigabukten vara påverkade av anoxiska förhållanden och cirka 25% av hypoxi.

  • 7.
    Hansson, Martin
    et al.
    SMHI, Core Services.
    Andersson, Lars
    SMHI, Core Services.
    Oxygen Survey in the Baltic Sea 2015: Extent of Anoxia and Hypoxia, 1960-2015. The major inflow in December 20142016Report (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    A climatological atlas of the oxygen situation in the deep water of the Baltic Sea was first published in 2011 in SMHI Report Oceanography No 42. Since 2011, annual updates have been made as additional data have been reported to ICES. In this report the results for 2014 have been updated and the preliminary results for 2015 are presented. Oxygen data from 2015 have been collected during the annual Baltic International Acoustic Survey (BIAS) and from national monitoring programmes with contributions from Sweden, Finland, Poland, Estonia and Germany. For the autumn period, August to October, each profile in the dataset was examined for the occurrence of hypoxia (oxygen deficiency) and anoxia (total absence of oxygen). The depths of onset of hypoxia and anoxia were then interpolated between sampling stations producing two surfaces representing the depth at which hypoxic respectively anoxic conditions are found. The volume and area of hypoxia and anoxia have been calculated and the results have then been transformed to maps and diagrams to visualize the annual autumn oxygen situation during the analysed period. The updated results for 2014 and the preliminary results for 2015 show that the extreme oxygen conditions in the Baltic Proper after the regime shift in 1999 continue. Both the areal extent and the volume with anoxic conditions have, after 1999, been constantly elevated to levels only observed occasionally before the regime shift. Despite the major inflow to the Baltic Sea in December 2014 approximately 16% of the bottom area was affected by anoxia and 29% by hypoxia during 2015.

  • 8.
    Hansson, Martin
    et al.
    SMHI, Core Services.
    Andersson, Lars
    SMHI, Core Services.
    Oxygen Survey in the Baltic Sea 2016 - Extent of Anoxia and Hypoxia, 1960-20162016Report (Other academic)
  • 9.
    Hansson, Martin
    et al.
    SMHI, Core Services.
    Andersson, Lars
    SMHI, Core Services.
    Axe, Philip
    SMHI, Research Department, Oceanography.
    Areal Extent and Volume of Anoxia and Hypnoxia in the Baltic Sea, 1960-20112011Report (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    A climatology atlas of the oxygen situation in the deep water of the Baltic Sea from 1960 to 2011 has been created based on all available data from ICES. Additional data collected during the Baltic International Acoustic Survey (BIAS) have been added to the year 2011. For the autumn period, each profile in the data set was examined for the occurrence of hypoxia (oxygen deficiency) and anoxia (total absence of oxygen). The depths of the onset of hypoxia and anoxia were then interpolated between sampling stations producing two surfaces representing the depth at which hypoxic and anoxic conditions are found. The volume and area of hypoxia and anoxia have been calculated and the results have then been transformed to maps and diagrams to visualize the annual autumn oxygen situation during the analysed period. From the analysed oxygen data 1960-2011 a distinct regime shift has been identified in 1999. During the first regime, 1960 to 1999, hypoxia affected large areas and volumes while anoxic conditions affected only minor deep areas. After the regime shift in 1999 both the areal extent and volume of hypoxia and anoxia are elevated to levels never recorded before. The bottom areas of the Baltic Proper (including the Gulf of Finland and the Gulf of Riga) affected by anoxic conditions have increased from 5%, before the regime shift, to 15% after, i.e. by a factor of 3. The extent of hypoxia has increased from 22% to 28%, i.e. by a factor of ~1.3. Excluding the results from 2011, which are preliminary, the largest areal extent of anoxia, 18%, in the Baltic Proper was recorded in 2005 and the largest affected water volume, 10%, was recorded in 2001. The cause and ecosystem effects of the new behaviour of the Baltic Sea that has been recognized after the regime shift, with continuously extreme oxygen conditions, are still not fully understood. However, there are several likely contributory and concurrent causes to the recent development such as changes in winds, changes in frequency and characteristics of inflows, increased loading of organic matter to the deep water, altered vertical mixing and stratification, and changed freshwater runoff. Historically, the oxygen development in the deep water of the Baltic Sea has been investigated in detail and most of the processes involved, both physical and chemical, have been described. But the development during the 2000s is alarming and should be investigated thoroughly. The areal extent and volume of hypoxia have today probably reached the maximal possible extent due to the permanent stratification in the Baltic Proper. However, the extent and volume of anoxic conditions can still increase, which further can enhance the eutrophication of the Baltic Sea due to released phosphorus from sediments that previously have been oxygenated. Sammanfattning En klimatologisk atlas av syresituationen i Östersjöns djupvatten från 1960 till 2011 har skapats baserad på all tillgänglig data från ICES. Ytterligare data från Baltic International Acoustic Survey (BIAS) har inkluderats separat för 2011. Förekomsten av hypoxi (syrebrist) och anoxi (helt syrefria förhållanden) under höstperioden har undersökts i varje mätprofil. Djupet då hypoxi eller anoxi först påträffas i en profil har interpolerats mellan provtagningsstationer och kombinerats med en djupdatabas för beräkning av utbredning och volym av hypoxiska och anoxiska förhållanden. Resultaten har överförts till kartor och diagram för att visualisera syresituationen i Östersjöns djupvatten. Utifrån analyserade data från perioden 1960-2011 har ett distinkt regimskifte skett 1999. Under den första regimen, från 1960 till 1999, påverkade hypoxi stora områden och volymer, medan anoxi enbart påverkade mindre djupområden. Efter regimskiftet 1999 har andelen hypoxi och anoxi förhöjts till nivåer som aldrig tidigare observerats i Östersjöns djupvatten. Utbredningen av bottnar påverkade av anoxi har i medeltal ökat från 5% av Egentliga Östersjöns (inklusive Finska viken och Rigabukten) bottenarea till 15%, i och med regimskiftet, d.v.s. med en faktor 3. Utbredningen av hypoxi har också ökat från 22% till 28% d.v.s. med en faktor ~1.3. Den största utbredningen av anoxi, 18%, i Egentliga Östersjön observerades 2005 och den största påverkade vattenvolymen, 10%, noterades 2001. Utvecklingen i Östersjön med fortsatt extrema syreförhållanden efter regimskiftet och dess orsaker och konsekvenser för Östersjöns ekosystem är idag inte helt klarlagd. Det finns emellertid flera troliga orsaker som kan samverka såsom; förändrade vindförhållanden, förändrad frekvens och karaktäristik av inflöden, ökad belastning av organiskt material till djupvattnet, förändrad vertikal omblandning samt skiktning och ändrad tillrinning till Östersjön. Historiskt så har syreförhållanden i Östersjön undersökts i detalj och de flesta processer, både fysiska och kemiska finns beskrivna. Men utvecklingen under 2000-talet är alarmerande och måste noggrant undersökas. Utbredningen och volymen av hypoxi har idag (2011) antagligen nått den övre gränsen för vad som är fysiskt möjligt med den permanenta skiktning som finns i Östersjön. De anoxiska förhållandena kan dock fortsatt öka om den negativa utvecklingen fortsätter, vilket ytterligare kan förvärra övergödningsproblematiken i Östersjön då mer fosfor kan frigöras från bottnar som tidigare varit syresatta.

  • 10.
    Hansson, Martin
    et al.
    SMHI, Core Services.
    Andersson, Lars
    SMHI, Core Services.
    Axe, Philip
    SMHI, Research Department, Oceanography.
    Szaron, Jan
    SMHI.
    Oxygen Survey in the Baltic Sea 2012: Extent of Anoxia and Hypoxia, 1960-20122013Report (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    En klimatologisk atlas av syresituationen i Östersjöns djupvatten publicerades 2011 i SMHIs Report Oceanography No 42. Resultaten för 2011 var preliminära och har i denna rapport uppdaterats då ny data har rapporterats till ICES. Resultaten för 2012 är preliminära och är baserade på syredata insamlade under Baltic International Acoustic Survey (BIAS) med bidrag från Sverige, Polen, Estland och Finland. Data från SMHIs egna ordinarie expeditioner har också inkluderats.Förekomsten av hypoxi (syrebrist) och anoxi (helt syrefria förhållanden) under höstperioden, augusti till oktober, har undersökts i varje mätprofil. Djupet då hypoxi eller anoxi först påträffas i en profil har interpolerats mellan provtagningsstationer och kombinerats med en djupdatabas för beräkning av utbredning och volym av hypoxiska och anoxiska förhållanden. Resultaten har överförts till kartor och diagram för att visualisera syresituationen i Östersjöns djupvatten.Resultaten för 2011 och de preliminära resultaten för 2012 visar att de extrema syreförhållanden som observerat i Egentliga Östersjön efter regimskiftet 1999 fortsätter. Andelen områden påverkade av hypoxi och anoxi fortsätter att vara förhöjda till nivåer som aldrig tidigare observerats i Östersjöns djupvatten.

  • 11.
    Hansson, Martin
    et al.
    SMHI, Core Services.
    Viktorsson, Lena
    SMHI, Core Services.
    Andersson, Lars
    SMHI, Core Services.
    Oxygen Survey in the Baltic Sea 2017 - Extent of Anoxia and Hypoxia, 1960-20172018Report (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    A climatological atlas of the oxygen situation in the deep water of the Baltic Sea was firstpublished in 2011 in SMHI Report Oceanography No 42. Since 2011, annual updates have beenmade as additional data have been reported to ICES. In this report the results for 2016 havebeen updated and the preliminary results for 2017 are presented. Oxygen data from 2017 havebeen collected during the annual Baltic International Acoustic Survey (BIAS) and from nationalmonitoring programmes with contributions from Sweden, Finland and Poland.For the autumn period each profile in the dataset was examined for the occurrence of hypoxia(oxygen deficiency) and anoxia (total absence of oxygen). The depths of onset of hypoxia andanoxia were then interpolated between sampling stations producing two surfaces representingthe depth at which hypoxic and anoxic conditions respectively are found. The volume and areaof hypoxia and anoxia have been calculated and the results have then been transformed to mapsand diagrams to visualize the annual autumn oxygen situation during the analysed period.The updated results for 2016 and the preliminary results for 2017 show that the severe oxygenconditions in the Baltic Proper after the regime shift in 1999 continue. Both the areal extent andthe volume with anoxic conditions have, after 1999, been constantly elevated to levels onlyobserved occasionally before the regime shift. Despite the frequent inflows to the Baltic Seaduring the period 2014-2016 approximately 18% of the bottom area was affected by anoxia and28% by hypoxia during 2017. The hydrogen sulphide has, due to the inflows, disappeared fromthe Eastern and Northern Gotland Basin. However, the oxygen concentrations in the deep waterare still near zero and signs of increasing hydrogen sulphide close to the bottom have beenobserved during 2017.Sammanfattning

  • 12.
    Hansson, Martin
    et al.
    SMHI, Core Services.
    Viktorsson, Lena
    SMHI, Core Services.
    Andersson, Lars
    SMHI, Core Services.
    Oxygen Survey in the Baltic Sea 2018 - Extent of Anoxia and Hypoxia, 1960-20182018Report (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    A climatological atlas of the oxygen situation in the deep water of the Baltic Sea was first published in 2011 in SMHI Report Oceanography No 42. Since 2011, annual updates have been made as additional data have been reported to the ICES data center. In this report the results for 2017 has been updated and the preliminary results for 2018 are presented. Oxygen data from 2018 have been collected from various sources such as international trawl survey, national monitoring programmes and research projects with contributions from Poland, Estonia, Latvia, Russia, Denmark, Sweden and Finland. For the autumn period each profile in the dataset was examined for the occurrence of hypoxia (oxygen deficiency) and anoxia (total absence of oxygen). The depths of onset of hypoxia and anoxia were then interpolated between sampling stations producing two surfaces representing the depth at which hypoxic and anoxic conditions respectively are found. The volume and area of hypoxia and anoxia have been calculated and the results have then been transferred to maps and diagrams to visualize the annual autumn oxygen situation during the analysed period. The updated results for 2017 and the preliminary results for 2018 show that the severe oxygen conditions in the Baltic Proper after the regime shift in 1999 continue. Both the areal extent and the volume with anoxic conditions have, after 1999, been constantly elevated to levels only observed occasionally before the regime shift. Despite the frequent inflows to the Baltic Sea during the period 2014-2016 approximately 22% of the bottom area was affected by anoxia and 32% by hypoxia during 2018. The preliminary results indicate that this is the largest area affected by anoxia during the analysed period, starting 1960. The hydrogen sulphide that had disappeared from the Eastern and Northern Gotland Basin due to the inflows in 2014-2016 is now steadily increasing in the deep water again.

  • 13.
    Johansson, Johannes
    et al.
    SMHI, Core Services.
    Hansson, Martin
    SMHI, Core Services.
    Slutrapport 2015 för uppdraget ”Databaslagring av historiska fys/kemdata från Stockholm Vatten”: Datavärdskapet Oceanografi och Marinbiologi2016Report (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    SMHI (Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute) withholds the hosting of Oceanographic and Marine biological data on behalf of the Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management. During this project SMHI has handled and stored physical and chemical data to database where data originates from Stockholm Vatten AB. Data is separated into two major datasets from the periods; 1968-1981 and 1982-2012.

  • 14. Liblik, Taavi
    et al.
    Naumann, Michael
    Alenius, Pekka
    Hansson, Martin
    SMHI, Core Services.
    Lips, Urmas
    Nausch, Gunther
    Tuomi, Laura
    Wesslander, Karin
    SMHI, Core Services.
    Laanemets, Jaan
    Viktorsson, Lena
    SMHI, Core Services.
    Propagation of Impact of the Recent Major Baltic Inflows From the Eastern Gotland Basin to the Gulf of Finland2018In: Frontiers in Marine Science, E-ISSN 2296-7745, Vol. 5, article id UNSP 222Article in journal (Refereed)
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