~The flow ~ Week 9, 2022
Postat den 28th February, 2022, 12:04 av caliac
The latest news, views, and announcements in KM Vatten, Week 9
Highlighted KM Vatten Research: Seminal international article on salinization and insufficient water quality guidelines
Interreg South Baltic project funded: DIGI-Preneurs
EMBRC Event April 4-5
BTH Science Park – your next collaborative partner?
How to help researchers in Ukraine
LNU Researchers Hylander and Lundgren published in seminal international work on salination
Salt pollution caused mainly by road deicing salts has been shown to seriously damage the ecosystems of freshwater lakes, and current governmental water quality guidelines around this issue do not adequately protect these lakes.
“Leveraging the results from a network of experiments conducted across North America and Europe, we showed that salt pollution triggers a massive loss of important zooplankton taxa, which led to increased phytoplankton biomass at many study sites.”
LNU Researchers Samuel Hylander and Maria Lundgren co-authored this seminal article, published last week in PNAS.
To read the full article: https://www.pnas.org/doi/10.1073/pnas.2115033119
Current water quality guidelines across North America and Europe do not protect lakes from Authors Info & Affiliations February 22, 2022 | 119 (9) e2115033119 | https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.2115033119
Interreg South Baltic
KM Vatten researcher Per Servais and colleagues have just been awarded funding through the seed funding projects of Interreg South Baltic. Diigi-PRENEURS – for innovative internationalization of SME´s in the blue and green sectors in the South Baltic Area.
“The nucleus for a DIGI-PRENEUR project is the business model innovation and the digital transformation that many business organizations have experienced during the recent pandemics. Developing digital sustainable international business models (DIBM) based on the added value by information technology, incorporating export marketing (entry modes, market communication etc.) and branding will achieve a significant influence on developing SMEs as DIGI-PRENEURS in the future in the SBA.”
BTH Science Park – Collaboration in the works
BTH Science Park in
Karlskrona is interested in collaborating with Linnaeus University Kunskapsmiljö: Vatten. If you’re a scientist whose research is in marine biotechnology, environmental impact assessments, wind parks, or other innovative solutions in the marine sector, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about collaborating with this new think tank.
How to Help Scientists in Ukraine: https://scienceforukraine.eu/help.html
**Got something to share with KM Vatten? Do you have a new research project, a newly published paper or an idea? Write to email@example.com
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