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Marine environment

The sea is often in focus as a resource for society and its people, for recreation and for transportation. A sustainable environment and climate development are prerequisites for a sustainable use of ocean and its resources. SMHI provides the individual, government, researchers and the international community with data, forecasts and scenarios, and current information.

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05 December 2018

Development of an improved environmental monitoring in the Baltic Sea

Researchers from SMHI participate in the BONUS FUMARI project. The project will evaluate environmental monitoring in the Baltic Sea with regard to international and European legislation, directives and policies. The aim of BONUS FUMARI is to propose improvements in the monitoring system that may support a sustainable management of the Baltic Sea marine environment.

14 May 2018

Baltic Sea leads the way for the world’s oceans

Warming, acidification, eutrophication and anoxic bottoms are some of the current and expected future challenges to face the world’s oceans. An international research team is now launching the Baltic Sea region as a model to predict and overcome future changes in the world’s coastal regions.

26 April 2018

Helén Andersson is the new head of SMHI research

Helén Andersson has been appointed new head of the SMHI research department. Helén Andersson is PhD in oceanography and has a long experience as researcher, both from SMHI and University of Gothenburg.

RESEARCH

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THE STATE OF THE SEAS SURROUNDING SWEDEN

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MARINE DATA

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LATEST NEWS

05 December 2018

Development of an improved environmental monitoring in the Baltic Sea

Researchers from SMHI participate in the BONUS FUMARI project. The project will evaluate environmental monitoring in the Baltic Sea with regard to international and European legislation, directives and policies. The aim of BONUS FUMARI is to propose improvements in the monitoring system that may support a sustainable management of the Baltic Sea marine environment.

14 May 2018

Baltic Sea leads the way for the world’s oceans

Warming, acidification, eutrophication and anoxic bottoms are some of the current and expected future challenges to face the world’s oceans. An international research team is now launching the Baltic Sea region as a model to predict and overcome future changes in the world’s coastal regions.

26 April 2018

Helén Andersson is the new head of SMHI research

Helén Andersson has been appointed new head of the SMHI research department. Helén Andersson is PhD in oceanography and has a long experience as researcher, both from SMHI and University of Gothenburg.

RESEARCH

INDICATORS AND FACT SHEETS

THE STATE OF THE SEAS SURROUNDING SWEDEN

OCEANOGRAPHY

MARINE DATA

PRODUCTS AND SERVICES

LINKS