How will climate change, eutrophication, fishing, and species invasions influence the biodiversity in the Baltic Sea?

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The aim of BIO-C3 is to address biodiversity changes, their causes, consequences, and possible management implications for the Baltic Sea. BIO-C3, which is a BONUS - Science for a better future of the Baltic Seas region - project, equally funded by national and European means, has a life time of 4 years and a budget of 3.7 Mio EUR. Scientists from 7 European countries and 13 partner institutes are involved. Project coordinator is the GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany.