Annual report 2020

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Annual report of the Swedish oceanographic monitoring in open seas. Last updated:

Annual report 2019

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input leading to a eutrophic state and oxygen deficiency in 8 Cruise reports from SMHI The Swedish National Marine Monitoring Programme 2019 8 Report Oceanography No. 69, 2019 the deep basins. The Gulf of Bothnia in the north is the freshest sea in Swedish waters with salinities <7. It is an Last updated:

Algae report number 5, 2024

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Skagerrak stations but normal for this month in the Kattegat. In the Baltic Sea, some remnants of the spring bloom were found as both Skeletonema marinoi and Peridiniella catenata were common at several stations. The dinoflagellate genus Dinophysis* was common and also the genus Dinobryon. The integrated Last updated:

Annual report 2014

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/2004. It belongs to one of the five strongest inflows since the end of the 1800s. The inflow is likely to improve the oxygen situation in the Baltic Sea considerably, even though the water was slightly warmer than normal for the season, and then also less oxygen-rich. The salinity of the inflowing water Last updated:

Annual report 2015

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Algae report number 4, 2024

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the diatoms, small flagellates of different sorts were most common. The integrated chlorophyll concentrations were above normal at both N14 Falkenberg and Släggö but normal at Släggö. Due to the unsafe situation in the Eastern Baltic Proper, BCSIII-10. BY10 and BY15 were not sampled. In the Baltic Sea Last updated:

Algae report number 3, 2024

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The diatom spring bloom was ongoing at Anholt E and Fladen in the Kattegat, but at all other Kattegat and Skagerrak stations the total cell numbers were moderate although the scene was set when it comes to species. The abundance and biodiversity were low in the Baltic Sea, although moderate amounts Last updated:

The conditions of the seas around Sweden. Report from the activities in 1991, including PMK - The National Swedish Programme for Monitoring of Environmental Quality Open Sea Programme

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This report describe SMHls environmental monitoring in the open sea areas around Sweden, from the Skagerrak to the northem part of the Bothnian Sea  A great part of the results from the project described here are also reported as a national Swedish contribution to the Baltic Monitoring Programme Last updated:

Algae report number 2, 2024

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chlorophyll concentrations (0–10 m and 0–20 m) were within normal for this month at all stations. Diversity and cell abundance of phytoplankton were very low in the Baltic Sea, with mostly smaller cells such as Cryptomonadales and smaller Gymnodiniales. The centric diatom Actinocyclus octonarius was present Last updated:

Causes of water level drawdown on Lake Mweru Wantipa, Zambia

. The surface boundary of the lake was determined through GIS analysis.  Water level change was obtained from a staff gauge station at an interval of 48 hours. Water loss was then calculated using the water balance equitation with respect to the lake’s characteristics. 3. Water loss over a period of Last updated: