Report of the Study Group on Baltic Sea Productivity Issues in support of the BSRP (SGPROD)
reportposted on 2004-01-01, 00:00 authored by ICESICES
The Study Group on Baltic Sea Productivity Issues in support of the BSRP (SGPPROD) met in Riga from 29–31 October 2003 and initiated a discussion of the Terms of Reference, which was finalized by correspondence during the preparation of the Study Group report. The Group summarized the scientific evidence for links between nutrient inputs and long-term changes in the Baltic Sea ecosystem. The pristine state of the Baltic Sea is poorly known. The eutrophication effects are site-specific and differ between subareas of the Baltic Sea.
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