Curious about the marine life in the Bothnian Bay? Want to know more about some particular species of plants or animals?
Habitats in the Bothnian Bay provide important functions for the ecosystems, such as shelter, food source, area for reproduction and nursing grounds for young fish.
The archipelago of Kemi–Tornio-Haparanda is a truly unique area, located at the northern most part of the Baltic Sea.
What can you find in the Bothnian Bay? And what happens with the plants underwater during winter? Listen to the broadcast at Sveriges Radio Naturmorgon!
Finally we managed to meet up after a spring and summer of only digital meetings. During the past week, project group members gathered from Oulu and Luleå, in the city of Luleå, Sweden. Surrounded by an autumn feeling of crisp air, colourful leaves and cool winds we talked through subjects ranging from marine habitat mapping […]
Who are we and what do we do? On the Swedish side we have County Administrative Board of Norrbotten and on the Finnish side the ELY-centre in northern Ostrobothnia. We all work with the environment in different ways, both in the Bothnian Bay and on land.