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The Finnish Environment Institute has begun a study to measure the accumulation of chemical substances in the tissues of blue mussels at the chemical munitions dumpsite of Bornholm Deep.
This past March, the Polish Naval Academy (PNA) conducted a research expedition to survey the munitions dumpsite at Gdansk Deep, on the Polish coast.
The call for papers for the 4th International Dialogue on Underwater Munitions (IDUM) is now open. Following a successfull 3rd IDUM in Sopot, Poland, which focused on the Baltic Sea region, the 4th IDUM will be held in San Juan, Puerto Rico from 1 – 3 October, 2012.
The CHEMSEA project is being presented during the fifth IEEE/OES Baltic 2012 International Symposium.
CHEMSEA is in discussions with the German film production company werwiewas who is planning to produce a one-hour tv documentary film about the problem of chemical munitions disposed at sea.
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