Understanding the Baltic Ecosystem - BASYS - Baltic Sea System Studies

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Bodungen, Bodo von. Understanding the Baltic Ecosystem - BASYS - Baltic Sea System Studies, 2005, TIB AV-Portal, 18:00, https://doi.org/10.3203/IWF/C-12465eng. CC BY-NC-NC 3.0 DE.

The interdisciplinary and international project BASYS (Baltic Sea System Studies) was financed by the European Union in the years 1996 to 1999 and investigated many aspects and influences of mankind activities on the ecosystem Baltic Sea as well as the natural influences such as climate and weather. A large database accessible to all scientists was collected during the project and should help in the future to distinguish between the natural and human effects upon the ecosystem of the Baltic Sea. This is important for the management of the damaged ecosystem and to insure that in future a permanent steady state can be reestablished in the Baltic Sea. (Source: TIB AV-Portal)

Courtesy of the former Göttingen-based Institut für den Wissenschaftlichen Film (IWF, closed 2010), a large selection of environmental documentaries and educational films is available for on-site viewing at the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society in Munich. The IWF’s broad and diverse collection of scientific films is now searchable within the TIB (German National Library of Science and Technology) AV-Portal. The Rachel Carson Center’s Environment & Society Portal has made a selection of environmentally relevant films from the IWF with Creative Commons licenses discoverable within its environmental film profiles collection.

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