Fresher sea bottoms in the archipelago

Stockholm | 2009-03-14

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The environment in the Baltic Sea might not be as bad as expected. Researchers from Stockholm and Uppsala have concluded that the sea bottoms right outside of Stockholm has more oxygen end more life than ten years ago.

The study shows, according to Dagens Nyheter, that nine out of twelve places that were dead in the 90:ies now turned out to have both oxygen and life.

The study only covers the waters around the inner archipelago. Further out in the Baltic Sea, the researchers believe that many sea bottoms are still dead, but more studies have to be done.

Tommie Ullman


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