Field stories: It’s not what you know, it’s how shallow you can go

Latvasilmu osk Ympäristöpalvelut worked this summer for Lapland and North Ostrobothnia ELY centres carrying out SEAmBOTH field surveys at Natura2000-reserves in Bothnian Bay area. I will remember this years field surveys in Bothnian Bay not from the endless heatwave but because of all the challenges that we had to conquer resulting from working in shallow … Continue reading Field stories: It’s not what you know, it’s how shallow you can go

SEAmBOTH in SDBday -satellite derived bathymetry technology and user forum

Even with ‘traditional’ mapping methods maintaining a crucial role in biological conservation, emerging new technologies enable us to work to a larger degree behind a computer screen. The increased quality and availability of satellite images is something that we are interested to utilize in SEAmBOTH. The plus side for satellite images is that they are … Continue reading SEAmBOTH in SDBday -satellite derived bathymetry technology and user forum

SGU finally arriving at the scene for our first week of field work!

10 days ago our research ship Ocean Surveyor left our previous project on a bank in the middle of the Baltic sea where we have been surveying geology and habitats since early summer. After a three-day transit we arrived to the northern most outpost of the Swedish marine waters, Haparanda in the Bothnian Bay. This … Continue reading SGU finally arriving at the scene for our first week of field work!