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Marine Environmental Monitoring

from sampling to knowledge

What we do

NODC

SMHI is the National Oceanographic Data Centre of Sweden

Since 2017 we are the National Oceanographic Data Centre (NODC) appointed by UNESCOs IOC/IODE.

NODC

SMHI is the National Oceanographic Data Centre of Sweden

Since 2017 we are the National Oceanographic Data Centre (NODC) appointed by UNESCOs IOC/IODE.

A film about algae and algal blooms - the role of phytoplankton in our ecosystem
Source: SMHI
A film about algae and algal blooms - the role of phytoplankton in our ecosystem
Source: SMHI

DATA, REPORTS AND NEWS

NEWS

29 June 2020

Climate change makes reducing eutrophication even more important

Significant reductions in nutrient discharges from the land will result in reduced eutrophication in the Baltic Sea and a better marine environment by 2100 – regardless of how serious the effects of climate change are. These are the findings of research carried out by Stockholm University’s Baltic Sea Centre and SMHI, which is now being summarised in a report and a policy brief.

25 June 2020

Cyanobacteria bloom in the Baltic Sea – learn about the phenomenon

This year’s cyanobacteria bloom in the Baltic Sea has just started. The bloom is visible in satellite images from SMHI’s monitoring system ’Baltic Algae Watch System’. SMHI has also created a short informative film raising the awareness about algae and phytoplankton, and their role in the marine ecosystem.

08 June 2020

Launch of an art contest in marine environment for students on World Oceans Day!

An art contest on the theme climate change impacts on the marine environment is today launched by the ClimeMarine project at SMHI and Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management. Students in Sweden are invited to illustrate this exciting and important issue.

 

National archive for oceanographic data

NEWS

29 June 2020

Climate change makes reducing eutrophication even more important

Significant reductions in nutrient discharges from the land will result in reduced eutrophication in the Baltic Sea and a better marine environment by 2100 – regardless of how serious the effects of climate change are. These are the findings of research carried out by Stockholm University’s Baltic Sea Centre and SMHI, which is now being summarised in a report and a policy brief.

25 June 2020

Cyanobacteria bloom in the Baltic Sea – learn about the phenomenon

This year’s cyanobacteria bloom in the Baltic Sea has just started. The bloom is visible in satellite images from SMHI’s monitoring system ’Baltic Algae Watch System’. SMHI has also created a short informative film raising the awareness about algae and phytoplankton, and their role in the marine ecosystem.

08 June 2020

Launch of an art contest in marine environment for students on World Oceans Day!

An art contest on the theme climate change impacts on the marine environment is today launched by the ClimeMarine project at SMHI and Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management. Students in Sweden are invited to illustrate this exciting and important issue.

 

National archive for oceanographic data

Marine environment on external web sites

International collaborations

International collaborations
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