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3rd Baltic Earth Conference
Earth system changes and Baltic Sea coasts
Jastarnia, Hel peninsula, Poland
1 - 5 June 2020



Breakout event: ESA Baltic+ SeaLaBio, User consultation 1 - ERGOM modelling results, Friday June 5th

ESA Baltic+ activities are focused on coordinated approaches to advance EO-based science, novel applications and data exploitation infrastructures serving the specific needs of the Baltic community. Several projects with focus on different themes have been initiated and the SeaLaBio project targeted Theme 2: Land-Sea biogeochemical linkages. The project is now approaching the end and the achievements and results are being summarized and the “Scientific Roadmap”, which will serve as a basis for definition of future R&D projects, is being formulated.

For proper formulation of the roadmap, input and feedback from the Baltic Earth community is desirable and necessary. The SeaLaBio team is therefore planning two user consultations; one with focus on the modelling results and one with focus on the Earth Observation results. We would like to welcome all interested members of the Baltic Earth community to join us at this consultation event.

SeaLaBio project manager Sampsa Koponen, SYKE, will make a short presentation of the modelling results during the 3rd Baltic Earth Online Conference on the 3rd of June, and the user consultation will then take place Friday June 5th 09:30-11:00 CEST

When it is time, join us here:


For further information, contact Sampsa Koponen at sampsa.koponen@ymparisto.fi

2nd Announcement

Thank you for a successful online 3rd Baltic Earth Conference!

As an exception, the 3rd Baltic Earth Conference was organized as an online conference, 2-3 June. A subset of oral presentations which were originally planned for the physical conference in Poland was given online. A virtual poster session is provided from 27 May to 4 June.

All abstracts accepted for the original conference in Poland are published in the abstract (proceedings) volume.

Oral presentations

The online conference had at least 80 participants (max. at a time), and 35 oral presentations were given. See here for the online programme on 2 and 3 June: Overview | Detailed programme

Poster presentations

Posters can be viewed on a dedicated protected Baltic Earth webpage and can be discussed with the author directly, during the week of the conference and the week thereafter. Registered participants will receive a link with access information to participate. See here for the virtual posters available 27 May through 4 June.

The virtual poster hall was closed on 9 June.



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2nd Announcement


Programme for Online Conference 2-3 June 2020
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