Dramatic past declines of flounder verified and explained
Marine biologist Henri Jokinen investigated how and why flounder populations have decreased in Finnish waters over the past decades, and found...
ABRU-MERG represented at Blue Carbon conference at Royal Society of Edinburgh
Tom Jilbert presented work from the Baltic Bridge collaboration and other projects
Sukella Itämeren pinnan alle / Dyk ner under ytan i Östersjön
Discussions about ongoing research at Tvärminne Zoological Station at Tiedekulma, 4.6.2019
New MSc course in Aquatic Biogeochemistry attracts students across disciplines
The new course "Advanced Aquatic and Sediment Biogeochemistry" is part of the ECGS Master's Program at University of Helsinki
Sami Jokinen and Mareike Paul participate in TOPICAL research cruise on Swedish West Coast
RV Skagerak sailed from Kristineberg research station into Gullmar, Havstens and Koljö fjords from 26-28 February to investigate coastal...
The decline of flounders in the Gulf of Finland was caused by the near disappearance of one species – which wasn’t supposed to be there
Dynamics of fish stocks can be more complex than what they seem due to mixed populations of undiscovered species. Sometimes such cryptic species...
Iines Salonen publishes new study in FEMS
The study shows how metabarcoding can be used to investigate seasonal changes in sediment eukaryotic communities
Karoliina Koho visits local school in Helsinki to talk about marine plastic waste
Karoliina was invited by Arabian peruskoulu, Helsinki