Contributors and references

Contributors

Saku Anttila*,1, Vivi Fleming-Lehtinen1, Jenni Attila1, Sofia Junttila1 , Heidi Hällfors1, Norbert Wassmund2, and Joni Kaitaranta3.

1) Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE), P O Box 140, FI-00251, Helsinki, Finland.

2) Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research, Seestr. 15, D-18119 Warnemünde, Germany

3) HELCOM Secretariat

* email address saku.anttila@ymparisto.fi

HELCOM Expert Network on Eutrophication

 

Archive

This version of the HELCOM pre-core indicator report was published in July 2018:

Cyanobacterial bloom index HELCOM pre-core indicator 2018 (pdf)

Earlier versions of the core indicator report include:

HOLAS II component – Pre-core indicator report – web-based version July 2017 (pdf)

 

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