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21.06.2018 All Soils2Sea deliverables have been accepted by BONUS 


14-16.03.2018 3rd BONUS Symposium, Gdansk (Final conference for Soils2Sea and three other BONUS projects MIRACLE, Go4Baltic and BalticApp) 

Download the conference report here  


02.05.2018 Soils2Sea Policy Brief now available in five languages


18.10.2017 Third Soils2Sea newsletter published


21.07.2017Summary from Regional stakeholder workshop , 17 May 2017, Berlin

Future Governance approaches for reducing excess nutrients at local farm scale - Upscaling.


12.01.2017  Stakeholder workshops

Summary of three BONUS Soils2Sea workshops in Poland, Sweden and Denmark are now online.


03.01.2017 Three new BONUS Soils2Sea deliverables  

  • Deliverable 3.2 Upscaling methodologies. Download here .
  • Deliverable 4.2 Tracer tests in streams. Download here .
  • Deliverable 1.6 Updated dissemination material. Download here .

04.11.2016  New BONUS Soils2Sea publication

Deliverable 3.1 Field site installations for groundwater studies in Norsminde and Kocinka. Download here.


07.10.2016 Second Soils2Sea newsletter published

Please find the newsletter here


06.10.2016 New BONUS Soils2sea article

New article in Science of the Total Environment published: "Review of scenario analyses to reduce agricultural nitrogen and phosphorous loading to the aquatic environment"


09.06.2016 Presentation of project results from the Polish Case Study Site (in Polish)

BONUS Soils2Sea project memebers from AGH, Poland presented project results at the conference "Current problems of ground water exploitation conference (AKTUALNE ROZWIĄZANIA UJMOWANIA I EKSPLOATACJI WÓD PODZIEMNYCH) held at Czestochowa on June 2nd, 2016.


11.12.2015 Interview with Jens Christian Refsgaard about Soils2sea

What are the prospects of mitigating nutrient flux from soils to the sea? 


19.03.2015 Soils2Sea: Stakeholder workshops report published

Soils2Sea project members explored stakeholder reactions in Denmark, Sweden and Poland towards spatially-differentiated solutions for nutrient-loading in the Baltic Sea, the results of which are now available.  

12.02.2015 Soil2Sea Hosts a Trio of Stakeholder Workshops

Solving the challenge of nutrient loading in the Baltic requires the involvement of farmers, local governments, water managers and more. 




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