How may the future of the Baltic Sea look like?

New publication out! Shared Socioeconomic Pathways (SSPs) were applied to explore how global and regional developments could concurrently impact the drivers of eutrophication, fisheries and marine traffic in the Baltic Sea.

Zandersen M., Hyytiäinen K., Meier M., Tomczak M.T., Bauer B., Haapasaari P., Olesen J.E., Gustafsson B.G., Refsgaard J.C., Fridell E., Pihlainen S., LeTissier M.D.A., Kosenius A-K., and van Vuuren D. 2019. Extending shared socioeconomic pathways for the Baltic Sea region for use in studying regional environmental problems. Regional Environmental Change. DOI:10.1007/s10113-018-1453-0