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Eutrophication programme

The Eutrophication Programme is intended to provide data on which to base action to combat eutrophication of our aquatic systems. It should provide an up-to-date picture of the source and size of eutrophication sources and their development over time. A key element is to provide material for monitoring achievement of the environmental objectives and international commitments. The programme should also analyse and assess the effectiveness of measures taken in various sectors of society.


Eutrophication programme

Do you want to get involved with us or do you have questions about our work with environmental monitoring and assessment? Contact us.

Jens Fölster (to the left), coordinator, +46-(0)18-67 31 26
Department of Aquatic Sciences and Assessment, SLU

Karin Blombäck (to the right), assist. coordinator, +46-(0)18-67 12 63
Department of Soil and Environment, SLU


Water quality issues in the Baltic Sea and the Chesapeake Bay

On 12-23 May 2019 SLU gave a course on water quality in the Baltic Sea and the Chesapeake Bay. Invited were students and teachers from Penn State University. In connection with the course SLU also organised a Chesapeake Bay-Baltic Sea symposium at KSLA in Stockholm.

Published: 15 May 2019 - Page editor: