Tallinn University Conference Center, Narva Rd. 29, Tallinn, Estonia
17-19 October 2017
The symposium will summarise and synthesise the recent scientific findings by providing:
- new evidences on the spatio-temporal dynamics of Baltic Sea biodiversity at various levels of organisation, and its relationship with changing environmental conditions.
- new basic knowledge on the ecology of the main commercial species – cod, herring, sprat and flounder, incl. habitat requirements, connectivity, migrations, species interactions and impact of external drivers.
- improved assessment methods and tools for the management of marine living resources, thereby assisting to address several regional (HELCOM) and EU legislative frameworks.
Relevant presentations from BONUS INSPIRE, BONUS BIO-C3 and other BONUS projects, as well as beyond BONUS and the Baltic Sea are welcome.