Algae report number 7, 2022

Baltic Sea during this expedition. This was probably due to high wind speed and waves that mixed the water. The samples from the southwest stations showed only few filaments in the water. At the middle of the southern part outside Bornholm a few more filaments were found in both the surface sample and Last updated:

SMHI Summary annual report 2008

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the administration of Sweden’s lakes and watercourses. status of thE baltiC sEa The Baltic Sea’s environmental problems are partly due to shortage of oxygen in the deep basins, eutrophication, acidification and in the future climate change. SMHI studies these processes through measurements, analysis Last updated:

Algae report number 2, 2022

in the Baltic Sea. This was mainly due to higher abundances of the chain forming diatom S. marinoi. The remaining phytoplankton community mainly consisted of small cells such as centric diatoms (< 20 µm), cryptomonads, M. rubrum, ciliates as well as unicells. The integrated (0-20 m) and (0-10 m Last updated:

SMHI is hosting expert meeting on rising sea levels

The workshop will gather Swedish and international scientists with expertise on sea level rise along with climate adaptation planners and representatives from government agencies. “The aim is to provide a platform for mutual exchange nationally and internationally where we will discuss the main Last updated:

Algae report number 1, 2022

. In the Kattegat the species diversity was rather high and dominated by diatoms. The total cell numbers were however low. The chlorophyll concentrations were normal for this month at all stations. The few species found at BY2 and BY4 in the southern Baltic Sea had low cell numbers. The integrated Last updated:

The Swedish regional climate modeling program 1996-2003. Final report.

with the climate problem. This repor! provides the final reporting of the SWECLIM-program, building on earlier reports and complements the results published in scientific journals, as reports, presented in meetings and provided to the general public. The focus here is on the work undertaken Start / The Swedish regional climate modeling program 1996-2003. Final report.
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Algae report number 11, 2021

on species composition and abundance. Species marked with * are potentially toxic or harmful. The Skagerrak Å17 (open Skagerrak) 8th of November The phytoplankton diversity was high whereas the total cell numbers were low. Several species more associated with the North Sea was found such as Proboscia Last updated:

Algae report number 10, 2021

present. The integrated chlorophyll concentrations, 0-10 and 10-20 m, were within normal for this month. Phytoplankton analysis and text Ann-Turi Skjevik and Maria Karlberg Figure 2. The large diatoms Coscinodiscus centralis (left) and Chaetoceros castracanei (right) were quite numerous in the Baltic Sea Last updated:

Algae report number 7, 2021

genus Tripos. This genus was especially common in the fluorescense peaks found at several stations along the Å-transect and at Å17 Tripos macroceros dominated. Baltic Sea Small sporadic aggregations were already seen in the Sound. In the southwestern parts of the Baltic proper grains were noted in the Last updated:

Algae report number 8, 2021

cells from various phytoplankton groups were abundant in the Baltic Sea samples; Arrow Monoraphidium sp., arrowhead Pyramimonas sp. and star Pseudanabaena sp. Photo Ann-Turi Skjevik. Phytoplankton analysis and text Ann-Turi Skjevik and Marie Johansen 4Selection of observed species Anholt E Anholt E N14 Last updated: