Leaner’s Guide no.10. Theory and exercises for teachers
Water quality in the Baltic Sea
The condition of the sea is primarily determined by investigating the living organisms (biotic factors) in the water and in the sediment although abiotic factors such
as salinity, pH and concentration of selected nutrients are also included.
The condition of the sea is determined by investigating biotic and abiotic factors in the freshwater.
BSP Coast Watch
BSP Coast Watch is a program to study animals, plants and aspects of human impacts on the seashore. The programme is suitable for all ages of students.
Estimation of air quality by the use of bio-indicators. Fir-trees and lichens are used for this purpose.
Studies of the history of our environments - Environment has a history!
Networking Across Borders
In the Baltic Sea Project teachers are working across national borders to increase awareness of sustainability and to hatch new scientist amongst students.
This must be done in cooperation between all levels in the educational system to inspire students and to show them the possibilities for future engagement and work.
Current evidence points to the importance of working together across educational sectors like secondary schools and universities.
BSP-schools must have an active international profile and the board and leadership at the school must be ready to support the work.
Søren Levring, National Coordinator, Danmark