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People behind the scenes: Waltteri Niemelä

Hey, I’m Waltteri! I work in the Marine Research Centre in the Finnish Environment Institute SYKE, where I have worked in about 2.5 years as a researcher. I am involved in many different projects, and in SEAmBOTH, I have been involved in data collation (which means putting gathering a list of available data with as much information of it … Continue reading People behind the scenes: Waltteri Niemelä

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 all the challenges that we had to conquer resulting from working in shallow areas. … 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