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PREHAB Presentations

Prehab presentations                                                                     Photo: Martin Gullström


ICES ASC (Annual Science Conference)
19-23 September in Gdansk

Evaluating management scenarios using predictive habitat modelling – effects of eutrophication mitigation in the Baltic Sea. Ulf Bergström, Göran Sundblad, Anna-Leena Downie, Martin Snickars and Mats Lindegarth.

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Baltic Sea Science Conference,
22-26 August in St Petersburg

Five abstracts from PREHAB accepted for oral presentation!

Predictive modelling of benthic assemblages: performance of classification and regression techniques in a Baltic-wide perspective. Martynas Bučas, Andrius Siaulys, Mats Lindegarth, Martin Gullström, Anna-Leena Downie, Ulf Bergström, Göran Sundblad, Karl Florén, Niklas Wijkmark and Aleksej Saškov.
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Predictive modelling of biological structures and functions: a necessary and promising tool for spatial planning and status assessment in the Baltic Sea. Mats Lindegarth, Martin Gullström, Martynas Bucas, Göran Sundblad, Anna-Leena Downie, Ulf Bergström, Kalle Florén and Niklas Wijkmark. Abstract

Environmental variables as explanations and predictors of spatial patterns of benthic organisms in the Baltic Sea: a literature review and a large-scale modelling approach. Martin Gullström, Martin Snickars, Göran Sundblad, Ulf Bergström, Anna-Leena Downie, Martynas Bucas, Karl Florén, Niklas Wijkmark, Johanna Mattila and Mats Lindegarth

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Evaluating management scenarios for eutrophication in the Baltic Sea using predictive habitat modelling. Anna-Leena Downie, Ulf Bergström, Göran Sundblad, Martin Snickars and Mats Lindegarth
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Economic value of ecosystem services provided by coastal habitats in Sweden, Finland, and Lithuania. Anna-Kaisa Kosenius & Markku Ollikainen

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Geohab, 3-6 May in Helsinki

PREHAB participated with five oral presentations and one poster!

Martynas Bucas: "Predictive modelling of benthic assemblages: performance of modellingtechniques in a Baltic-wide perspective"

Darius Daunys: Mapping of moraine ridges and associated habitats in the eastern Baltic Sea" (Poster presentation)

Sergej Olenin: "Using underwater video for quantitative coverage assessments: what is the influence of a human error?"

Aleksej Saskov: "Catching the moment: data collection, modeling and mapping of herring spawning grounds at the exposed coast"

Andrius Siaulys: "Quantitative assessment of habitat services based on modelling of fish feeding grounds"

Göran Sundblad: "Predictive habitat modelling in support of management: the use of species distribution models for assessing marine protected area networks"

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2010

October 8
Mats Lindegarth presented PREHAB at a "Bonus-day" arranged by Gothenburg University. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss ongoing and future research in The Baltic Sea. All Bonus-project coordinated at GU participated, as well as Kaisa Kononen, Executive Director for Bonus EEIG.

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September 29 - October 1
Martin Gullström participated in a meeting on Monitoring of marine habitats listed in the EU Habitats directive, Baltic region. The meeting took place in Älvkarleby, Uppsala, and was organized by The Swedish Species Information Centre & The Swedish Environmental Protection Agency.


September 15

Martin Gullström gave a talk at the Nordic Marine Sciences Conference in Strömstad, Sweden, 13-16 september 2010.

Download abstract: Empirical modelling for mapping of benthic habitats in the Baltic Sea: what can be predicted and which are the efficient predictors?

 

3-4 May
Martin Gullström participated in an Eelgrass workshop on methods for eelgrass monitoring in the Nordic countries. The workshop was arranged by the Agency for Spatial and Environmental Planning at the Danish Ministry of the Environment in Copenhagen.
 

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