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Fisheries managment - Background paper. Havs- och vattenmyndighetens rapport 2013:4
2013 - Policy brief or report
The Baltic Sea is a complex ecosystem with a multitude of physical, chemical and biological interactions functioning on various temporal and spatial scales. The Baltic Sea is under severe stress as a result of the combination of a large human population in the catchment area, the environmental effects of anthropogenic activities and its special geographical, climatological and oceanographical characteristics. The environmental...
Baltic Survey - A survey study in the Baltic Sea countries on people´s attitudes and use of the sea - Report on basic findings Swedish Environmental Protection Agency Report Series * Report 6348 * OCTOBER 2010 ISBN 978-91-620-6348-1 ISSN 0282-7298
2010 - Report
Publication review Inhabitants around the Baltic Sea express worry about the environmental situation. With 80 per cent of all people living in the Baltic Sea region having spent leisure time there, the Baltic Sea is frequently used for recreational activities such as swimming, sunbathing or just enjoying the seashore for walking or picnicking. But there are clouds looming in the horizon. Despite its young age (approximatel...