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The Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE) has just retrieved the mussels cages that had been deployed as part of CHEMSEA's ecotoxicology studies in the Bornholm basin last May.
Chemical weapons dumped at sea were at the center of a discussion with Professor Paula Vanninen from VERIFIN on Finnish television.
On the 28-29th of November, 2012 in Riga there will be a 5th Steering Group Meeting of Priority Area 3: “To reduce the use and impact of hazardous substances” of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR).
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.
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