One of the great things about working in the field during the summer is that you get to see many interesting places that you wouldn’t generally get the chance to. At Töre harbour next to the yellow buoy marking the northern most point of the Baltic Sea (Photo by Linnea Bergdahl, County Administrative Board of … Continue reading Törefjärden

Large shallow bays

Large shallow inlets and bays is a Natura 2000 habitat that can be found all around the Baltic Sea. There are several large shallow bays in the SEAmBOTH area as well, for example the Liminganlahti Bay in Finland and Råneå Bay in Sweden. A very shallow coast in Halosenlahti Bay, Haukipudas, Finland. Photo by Ashley … Continue reading Large shallow bays

Stoneworts of the northern Bothnian Bay

Stoneworts, or Charales in scientific terms, is an order of green algae that is commonly found in the northern Bothnian Bay. They may look like ordinary vascular plants with stems and branches but are in fact algae. They can be found in freshwater, such as lakes, ponds, and rivers, as well as in brackish waters … Continue reading Stoneworts of the northern Bothnian Bay

Final seminar – done!

SEAmBOTH final seminar attracted about 70 people at Oulu University and about 20 people following the presentations online. Photo Essi Keskinen, Metsähallitus. The SEAmBOTH final seminar was held at the University of Oulu yesterday, February 20th 2020. Almost 70 people from both Finland and Sweden attended us on the spot, and we had a two … Continue reading Final seminar – done!

“Would you be my work-Valentine?” The importance of a friend in the field.

Expert work is often lonely - you read reports or scientific papers and write some of your own. Every now and then you get to attend a meeting, sometimes even face-to-face and not only through the Skype. In the field it’s different. We work as a team, and very often as pairs. You have your … Continue reading “Would you be my work-Valentine?” The importance of a friend in the field.