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Chemsea session at BSSC


THE MODEL OF REACTION AGAINST CWA THREAT POSED BY CAUGHT OR SHORED CHEMICAL MUNITIONS DUMPED IN THE BALTIC SEA AFTER WW-IICHEMSEA will give several presentations on the topic of sea dumped munitions in the Baltic Sea at the 9th Baltic Sea Science Congress, to be held in Klaipeda, Lithuania, on 26-30 August 2013.


The headline of the 9th Congress is “New horizons for Baltic Sea Science”. The Congress is an international joint forum for researchers of the Baltic Sea region and is uniting the three major scientific communities: the Conference of Baltic Oceanographers (CBO), Baltic Marine Biologists (BMB), and Baltic Sea Geologists (BSG). 


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Abstract Sea dumped munitions in the Baltic Sea - J. Beldowski

Abstract State of the chemical munitions in the the Lithuanian Economic Zone - G. Garnaga et al. 

Abstract Health status of Cod (Gadus morhua) at dumpsites for chemical warfare agents in the Baltic Sea - T. Lang et al. 

Abstract Integrated assessment of biological effects of chemical warfare agents on caged blue mussels at official dumping site in the Baltic Sea - R. Turja et al. 

Abstract The model of reaction against CWA threat posed by caught or shored chemical munitions dumped in the Baltic Sea after WW-II - J. Fabisiak et al.

Abstract Characteristics of dense bottom currents in the Baltic Proper - A. Bulczak et al. 

Abstract Preparation and analysis of sediment samples using GC-MS/MS - P. Stanisław et al. 

Abstract The Slupsk Channel – Important duct for the deep water transport - W. Walczowski et al.

Abstract The methodology of geo-referencing the research data on chemical munitions dumped in the Baltic Sea with utilization of GIS Software - B. Pączek et al. 

Abstract Geno-cytotoxicity levels in fish from chemical munitions dumpsites (Baltic Sea) - J. Baršiene et al.

Abstract The model of reaction against CWA threat posed by caught or shored chemical munitions dumped in the Baltic Sea after WWII - J. Fabisiak et al. 

Abstract The methodology of geo-referencing the research data on chemical munitions dumped in the Baltic Sea with utilization of GIS software - B. Paczek. et al.


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CHEMSEA (Chemical Munitions, Search and Assessment) is a flagship project of the Baltic Sea Region Strategy, financed by the EU Baltic Sea Region Programme 2007-2013. The project was initiated in autumn 2011 and will last through early 2014. It has a budget of 4.5M, which is part-financed by the European Union through the European Regional Development Fund. The project is under the leadership of the Institute of Oceanology of the Polish Academy of Sciences (IOPAN).

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