The conference aimed to highlight ongoing research and collaboration within and among seven departments at SU on different anthropogenic pressures in the Baltic Sea region, as well as methods and techniques that can be used in assessments, policy and management support. The conference was hosted by the Baltic Sea Centre at SU and organized around four sessions addressing biodiversity and ecosystem functioning, remote sensing techniques for water resource assessment, eutrhophication management, and multiple stressors and assessment tools. Around 35 scientists and researchers physically attended the conference and the live stream had more than 150 unique followers dueing the day. Samaneh Seifollahi, on behalf of the SU team, presented the COASTAL project and outlined the outcomes of system dynamics modelling and scenario analysis for the MAL3 coastal region.
Read more about the conference and abstracts and watch the recorded presentations here:https://www.su.se/stockholm-university-baltic-sea-centre/calendar/baltic-sea-day-2021-1.563338