We are pleased to announce that the article ‘Converting beach wrack into a resource as a challenge for the Baltic Sea (an overview)’ (B. Chubarenko et al., 2020) has finally been published.
The paper discusses research questions related to beach wrack management and economically viable uses. It presents beach wrack recycling examples from Denmark (Køge Municipality), Germany (Kühlungsborn, Rügen and Poel Island), Poland (Gulf of Gdansk), Russia (Curonian and Vistula spits) and Sweden (Kalmar municipality and Oland). The social, ecological, and economic consequences of beach wrack removal to improve the attractiveness of beaches for recreational purposes are also analysed within the paper.
Good effort from the whole team.
The full article can be found at sciencedirect.com
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