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Effects of eutrophicated seawater on rocky shore (EULIT)

Date: 1.6.1996-31.1.2001
Code: 7679
Department: Åbo Akademi University / Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences (MNF), Dept. of Biology
Address: BioCity, Artillerigatan 6, FIN-20520 Åbo
Phone +358-2-2154 070
Fax +358-2-2154 748
E-mail pkraufve@abo.fi
Project leader: FM Patrik Kraufvelin, doktorand (2.7.1996-31.1.2001)
Type of research: 0 (0=Within duty, 1=Ordered research, 2=Co-operation)
- basic research 80 %
- applied research 10 %
- developmental work 10 %
Foreign funding organizations: European Union, Brussels, Belgium (MAST III) ECU 105000
Man months: Totally: 22 months
Partners: Tor L.Bokn, coordinator, Norwegian Institute for Water Research [NIVA], Oslo, Norway, Hartvig Christie, Norwegian Institute for Nature Research [NINA], Oslo, Norway Carlos M.Duarte and Beatriz Vidondo, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas Centre d Estudis Avancats de Blanes, Blanes, Spain Ole Geertz-Hansen, Freshwater Biological Laboratory, University of Copenhagen, Hilleröd, Denmark Espen E.Hoell, Norsk Hydro Research Centre Porsgrunn, Porsgrunn, Norway Kees Kersting, IBN-DLO, Den Burg, Netherlands Cecilia Lindblad, Dept of Botany, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden Morten Foldager Pedersen, Institute of Biology and Chemistry, Roskilde University Center, Roskilde, Denmark Ulrich Sommer and Rolf Karez, Institute fur Meereskunde an der Universität Kiel, Marine Botany Department, Kiel, Germany
Contacts: MAST III project COMWEB
Keywords: eutrofiering, bottenfauna, marinbiologi, rehevöityminen, pohjaeläimistö, meribiologia, eutrofiering, makroalger, bottenfauna, hårdbotten, klippstrand, modellekosystem, primärproduktion, ekologisk samhällsstruktur, modellering, marin ekologi, statistisk analys, BACIPS, experiment design, återhämtning, eutrophication, macroalgae, benthic animals, hard bottom, rocky shore, modelling, marine ecology, statistical analyses, BACIPS, experimental design, recovery,

The project addresses the following intentions: [1] to improve the health of the coastal ecosystem and environmental management, [2] to understand the coastal ecosystems necessary to advance the sustainable use of the living marine resources of the oceans, [3] to answer needs of European industry in the fields of marine exploitation, [4] to use a common shared facility and infrastructure as well as coordinated research to create synergy between research groups, and [5] to take advantage of the partners network to environmental management, ensuring a good integration of environmental protection issues.

Publication(s)

16.2.1996 / 25.11.1997