Opdræt af muslingeyngel på liner


Mussel farming has a high potential for contributing to a sustainable blue growth in the Baltic. To fulfill this potential, research and development is needed on several levels. The overall goal of BONUS OPTIMUS is to provide robust evidence-based ecological, social, and economic documentation on optimized use of farmed mussels as a mitigation tool for eutrophication that in turn can be a sustainable protein-rich feedstuff for fish.


20-23rd September 2017
Water clarity measurements: in situ sampling and satellite image collection
The Institute of Oceanology (IOPAN) team came to Denmark to realize some in-situ mapping of particle and fluorescence depletion around the mussel farms on scales down to 1 m during two field campaigns

18 September 2017
Social acceptance and Stakeholder involvement
Nardine Stybel (EUCC - The Coastal Union Germany) and Lars Kjerulf Petersen (Aarhus University) met in Warnemuende to plan next tasks on the topic social acceptance and stakeholder involvement. The partners discussed contents of the questionnaire campaign of summerhouse owners to be conducted in the case study areas in 2018.

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18 OCTOBER 2017