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Baltic Sea 17 Giwa Regional Assessment

The Global International Waters Assessment (GIWA) has been given the unique task of assessing current problems and future threats of transboundary aquatic ecosystems, considering both environmental as well as socio-economic issues in freshwater and marine ecosystems on the entire globe. The Baltic Sea, being enclosed by nine countries, has an obvious transboundary character. This is illustrated by a history of more than 100 years of international cooperation around the Sea, starting with the foundation of the International Council for the Explorations of the Sea (ICES) at Copenhagen in 190

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10 Jan 2014 by iwlearn

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Baltic Sea 17 Giwa Regional Assessment.pdf

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