REPORT OF THE STUDY GROUP ON BALTIC ECOSYSTEM HEALTH (SGEH)
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The Study Group on Baltic Ecosystem Health Issues in Support of BSRP (SGEH), at its third meeting in Kaliningrad, Russia (9–11 November 2005), reviewed progress on ecosystem-based approach in ICES, HELCOM, EU and US EPA and finalized its own developments on ecosystem health indicators undertaken during the last two years. Ecosystem health indicators were developed in relation to the four main Baltic Sea ecological concerns: eutrophication, hazardous substances, and effects of overfishing and biodiversity loss (including habitat destruction).
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