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Kauppila, Pirrko

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    Finnish Environment Institute (FEI/SYKE), more
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  • Characterisation of the Baltic Sea Ecosystem: Dynamics and Function of Coastal Types, more

Publications (3)  Top | Institute | Publications | Project 
    ( 1 peer reviewed ) split up
  • Conley, D.J.; Anderson, N.J.; Andrén, E.; Clarke, A.L.; de Jonge, V.; Ellegaard, M.; Juggins, S.; Kauppila, P.; Korhola, A.; Reuss, N.; Telford, R.J.; Vaalgamaa, S.; Weckström, K. (2004). Monitoring long-term trends in eutrophication and nutrients in the coastal zone (MOLTEN), in: European Conference on Marine Science and Ocean Technology. Celebrating European marine science: building the European research area: communicating marine science, 10th - 13th May 2004, Galway, Ireland: abstract book. pp. 126, more
  • Conley, D.J.; Anderson, N.J.; Andrén, E.; Clarke, A.L.; de Jonge, V.; Ellegaard, M.; Juggins, S.; Kauppila, P.; Korhola, A.; Reuss, N.; Telford, R.J.; Vaalgamaa, S.; Weckström, K. (2007). Monitoring long-term trends in eutrophication and nutrients in the coastal zone (MOLTEN), in: Cieslikiewicz, W. et al. (Ed.) Proceedings of the EurOCEAN 2004: European Conference on Marine Science & Ocean Technology: Celebrating European marine science; building the European research area; communicating marine science, Galway, Ireland, 10-13 May 2004. pp. 290, more
  • Peer reviewed article Meeuwig, J.J.; Kauppila, P.; Pitkänen, H. (2000). Predicting coastal eutrophication in the Baltic: a limnological approach. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 57(4): 844-855, more

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