The conference aimed to highlight frontier science on the unique and geologically very young Baltic Sea by showcasing a broad set of expertise at SU, that supports better understanding and management of the sea and its catchment area. The sea is a closely interconnected part of the societies living in its catchment and faces a wide range of pressures as a consequence of the lifestyles of its densely populated coastal areas. Baltic Sea Centre at SU hosted the conference which was held online, due to the current pandemic, with 24 specific presentations and around 105 participants. Georgia Destouni, the SU team leader, presented the project and outlined the outcomes of qualitative (mental mapping and fuzzy cognitive modelling) and quantitative (system dynamics and mechanistic modelling) analysis in the MAL3 coastal region.
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