MULTIDOM: multidisciplinary assessment of the role of DOM in the environmental status of the Baltic Sea Helsinki University Centre for Environment, HENVI.

Projektinformation

Beskrivning

In the project Multidom we try to assess the role of the dissolved organic matter (DOM below) in causing the pollution of the Baltic Sea from an interdisciplinary perspective. Our socio-economic objective is to create better conditions to improve the possibilities to reduce the DOM loading and and thus to improve the state of the Baltic. There are three sub-projects in Multidom: 1) DOM loading in the Baltic Sea and its social and economic impacts, 2) the analysis of the river DOM loading of DOM and risk and decision-making analysis based on probability calculations, 3) environmental history and policy of the Baltic Sea area.
StatusSlutfört
Gällande start-/slutdatum01/08/201131/12/2014

Vetenskapsgrenar

  • 1172 Miljövetenskap
  • 517 Statsvetenskap
  • 615 Historia och arkeologi

Forskningsresultat

Effect of catchment land use and soil type on the concentration, quality, and bacterial degradation of riverine dissolved organic matter

Autio, I., Soinne, H., Helin, J., Asmala, E. & Hoikkala, L., apr 2016, I : Ambio. 45, 3, s. 331-349 19 s.

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Relative importance of organic carbon, land use and moisture conditions for the aggregate stability of post-glacial clay soils

Soinne, H. S., Hyväluoma, J., Ketoja, E. & Turtola, E., 2016, I : Soil & Tillage Research. 158, s. 1-9 9 s.

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