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  • Nutrient monitoring activities in the Leningrad and Kaliningrad regions have been implemented within BASE Project. BASE supports the implementation of the Baltic Sea Action Plan (BSAP) in Russia. The monitoring pilot project is focused on the assessment of the nutrient loads coming to the Baltic Sea from Russian part of the catchment. The main activities within the pilot project include nutrient sampling and flow measurements in the river Neva catchment (downstream outlet from Lake Ladoga) and in the water objects of Kaliningrad region (Pregolya and its tributaries, other rivers of Vistula and Curonian Lagoon etc.). More information about results can be found from the BASE Project final report from the HELCOM website.

  • Observations of Macroplea pubipennis were collected from the Baltic Sea area for HELCOM Red List species list. The HELCOM Red List of Baltic Sea species in danger of becoming extinct (2013) is the first threat assessment for Baltic Sea species that covers all marine mammals, fish, birds, macrophytes (aquatic plants), and benthic invertebrates, and follows the Red List criteria of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). Almost 2800 species were considered in the Red List assessment and about 1750 were evaluated according to the IUCN Red List criteria. Macroplea pubipennis has been placed to the Red List category of Data Deficient (DD) species. Dataset for download contains spatial grid of the Baltic Sea. Distribution of the species can be found in corresponding name column. Values are coded: 1 - Present before year 2000 or in 2000, 2 - Present after year 2000, 3 - Present both before and after year 2000.

  • Nutrient monitoring activities in the Leningrad and Kaliningrad regions have been implemented within BASE Project. BASE supports the implementation of the Baltic Sea Action Plan (BSAP) in Russia. The monitoring pilot project is focused on the assessment of the nutrient loads coming to the Baltic Sea from Russian part of the catchment. The main activities within the pilot project include nutrient sampling and flow measurements in the river Neva catchment (downstream outlet from Lake Ladoga) and in the water objects of Kaliningrad region (Pregolya and its tributaries, other rivers of Vistula and Curonian Lagoon etc.). More information about results can be found from the BASE Project final report from the HELCOM website.

  • Nutrient monitoring activities in the Leningrad and Kaliningrad regions have been implemented within BASE Project. BASE supports the implementation of the Baltic Sea Action Plan (BSAP) in Russia. The monitoring pilot project is focused on the assessment of the nutrient loads coming to the Baltic Sea from Russian part of the catchment. The main activities within the pilot project include nutrient sampling and flow measurements in the river Neva catchment (downstream outlet from Lake Ladoga) and in the water objects of Kaliningrad region (Pregolya and its tributaries, other rivers of Vistula and Curonian Lagoon etc.). More information about results can be found from the BASE Project final report from the HELCOM website.

  • Observations of Amphipholis squamata were collected from the Baltic Sea area for HELCOM Red List species list. The HELCOM Red List of Baltic Sea species in danger of becoming extinct (2013) is the first threat assessment for Baltic Sea species that covers all marine mammals, fish, birds, macrophytes (aquatic plants), and benthic invertebrates, and follows the Red List criteria of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). Almost 2800 species were considered in the Red List assessment and about 1750 were evaluated according to the IUCN Red List criteria. Amphipholis squamata has been placed to the Red List category of Data Deficient (DD) species. Dataset for download contains spatial grid of the Baltic Sea. Distribution of the species can be found in corresponding name column. Values are coded: 1 - Present before year 2000 or in 2000, 2 - Present after year 2000, 3 - Present both before and after year 2000.