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European Marine Biodiversity Sites, Bay of Puck

Acronym: EMBS
Status: In Progress

Thesaurus term: Biodiversity
Geographical term: Poland [Marine Regions]

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  • Polish Academy of Sciences; Institute of Oceanology (IOPAN), more, co-ordinator
  • University of Latvia; International Relations Department, contact
  • Sea Fisheries Institute in Gdynia, more, contact
  • Russian Academy of Sciences; Zoological Institute of RAS (ZIN), contact
  • University of Lodz, contact
  • University of Gdansk (UG), more, contact
  • Sea Landscape Park, contact
  • Ernst Moritz Arndt University of Greifswald, contact
  • University of Tartu; Estonian Marine Institute (EMI), more, contact
  • Maritime Institute Gdañsk (IM), more, contact
  • University of Szczecin, more, contact
  • University of Turku (AA Turku), contact
  • Pedagogical Academy of Słupsk, contact
  • University of Gdansk (UG), more, contact
  • University of Gdansk (UG), more, contact

The Vth Framework Concerted Action BIOMARE  (2000-2002) generated the idea of European Marine Biodiversity Research Sites - a selection of localities where the marine biodiversity research should be focused in coming years. MARBENA - another Vth Framework Shared Cost activity, deals with the implementation of BIOMARE research agenda. The Bay of Puck in the southern Baltic have been selected as the site with long term biodiversity record, thus representing the class of  European Marine Biodiversity Monitoring Sites (or Long Term Biodiversity Research Site).

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