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  • Verronen, Pekka T. (ed.) (2008)
  • Rissanen, Johanna (Suomen ympäristökeskus, 1999)
    Lämpimänä heinäkuun päivänä tekisi mieli mennä uimaan, mutta uimapaikan vesi näyttää vihertävältä. Onko vedessä sinilevää ja uskallanko mennä uimaan? Mistä tunnistan sinilevän? Voiko sinilevähaittoja vähentää? Näihin ja moniin muihin levän ja levähaittoihin liittyviin kysymyksiin löytyy vastaus tästä oppaasta. Oppaassa esitellään värikuvin erilaisia leviä ja niiden aiheuttamia ilmiöitä. Siinä vastataan usein esitettyihin levän, levähaittoihin ja levien myrkyllisyyteen liittyvän kysymyksiin. Oppaassa neuvotaan mitä voi tehdä, kun sinilevää on runsaasti. Lisäksi kerrotaan, mitä kukin voi tehdä leväongelmien vähentämiseksi. Teos on tarkoitettu niin lomailijoille, mökkiläisille, ranta-asukkaille kuin myös ympäristöalan ja kuntien työntekijöille.
  • Kleemola, Sirpa; Forsius, Martin (Finnish Environment Institute, 2006)
    The Integrated Monitoring Programme (ICP IM) is part of the effect-oriented activities under the 1979 Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution, which covers the region of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE). The main aim of ICP IM is to provide a framework to observe and understand the complex changes occurring in natural/semi natural ecosystems. This report summarizes the work carried out by the ICP IM Programme Centre and several collaborating institutes. The emphasis of the report is in the work done during the programme year 2005/2006 including: - A short summary of previous data assessments - A status report of the ICP IM activities, content of the IM database, and geographical coverage of the monitoring network - Reports on the following topics: trend assessment of deposition and runoff/soil water chemistry at ICP IM sites, heavy metal budgets and critical loads at ICP IM catchments, use of dynamic modelling forecasts to derive future target loads for N and S in deposition - Reports on national ICP IM activities.
  • Linko, Yrjö (Valtion kustannusliike Kirja, 1933)
  • Kleemola, Sirpa; Forsius, Martin (Finnish Environment Institute, 2007)
    The Integrated Monitoring Programme (ICP IM) is part of the effect-oriented activities under the 1979 Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution, which covers the region of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE). The main aim of ICP IM is to provide a framework to observe and understand the complex changes occurring in natural/semi natural ecosystems. This report summarizes the work carried out by the ICP IM Programme Centre and several collaborating institutes. The emphasis of the report is in the work done during the programme year 2006/2007 including: - A short summary of previous data assessments - A status report of the ICP IM activities, content of the IM database, and geographical coverage of the monitoring network - A summary prepared for the Gothenburg revision process: effects based approaches for S and N - Reports on the following topics: assessment of heavy metal loads and critical limits at ICP IM catchments, effects of climate change on dynamic model predictions and target loads functions, pine forest vegetation dynamics at ICP IM sites in Latvia - Reports on national ICP IM activities.
  • Kleemola, Sirpa; Forsius, Martin (Finnish Environment Institute, 2008)
    The Integrated Monitoring Programme (ICP IM) is part of the effect-oriented activities under the 1979 Convention on Long‑range Transboundary Air Pollution, which covers the region of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE). The main aim of ICP IM is to provide a framework to observe and understand the complex changes occurring in natural/semi natural ecosystems. This report summarizes the work carried out by the ICP IM Programme Centre and several collaborating institutes. The emphasis of the report is in the work done during the programme year 2007/2008  including: - A short summary of previous data assessments - A status report of the ICP IM activities, content of the IM database, and geographical coverage of the monitoring network - A progress report on biodiversity issues - Two reports on assessing links between climate change and air pollution effects using site-specific data: a progress review, a report on development of a model framework  - A report on daily streamwater runoff characteristics of ICP IM catchments in the Bohemian Massif - Reports on national ICP IM activities.
  • Kleemola, Sirpa; Forsius, Martin (Finnish Environment Institute, 2009)
    The Integrated Monitoring Programme (ICP IM) is part of the effect-oriented activities under the 1979 Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution, which covers the region of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE). The main aim of ICP IM is to provide a framework to observe and understand the complex changes occurring in natural/semi natural ecosystems. This report summarizes the work carried out by the ICP IM Programme Centre and several collaborating institutes. The emphasis of the report is in the work done during the programme year 2008/2009 including: • A short summary of previous data assessments • A status report of the ICP IM activities, content of the IM database, and geographical coverage of the monitoring network • Reports on the following topics: - critical loads for acidification and eutrophication for terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems - trend assessment of deposition and runoff/soil water chemistry at ICP IM sites - heavy metal budgets and critical loads at ICP IM sites.
  • Kleemola, Sirpa; Forsius, Martin (Finnish Environment Institute, 2010)
    The Integrated Monitoring Programme (ICP IM) is part of the effect-oriented activities under the 1979 Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution, which covers the region of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE). The main aim of ICP IM is to provide a framework to observe and understand the complex changes occurring in natural/semi natural ecosystems. This report summarizes the work carried out by the ICP IM Programme Centre and several collaborating institutes. The emphasis of the report is in the work done during the programme year 2009/2010 including: • A short summary of previous data assessments • A status report of the ICP IM activities, content of the IM database,and geographical coverage of the monitoring network • A progress report on ICP IM biodiversity assessment • Two reports on critical loads at ICP IM sites: - report on calculation of site specific critical loads for acidification and eutrophication for terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems - relationships between critical load exceedances and empirical impact indicators
  • Kleemola, Sirpa; Forsius, Martin (Finnish Environment Institute, 2011)
    The Integrated Monitoring Programme (ICP IM) is part of the effect-oriented activities under the 1979 Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution, which covers the region of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE). The main aim of ICP IM is to provide a framework to observe and understand the complex changes occurring in natural/semi natural ecosystems. This report summarizes the work carried out by the ICP IM Programme Centre and several collaborating institutes. The emphasis of the report is in the work done during the programme year 2010/2011 including: • A short summary of previous data assessments • A status report of the ICP IM activities, content of the IM database, and geographical coverage of the monitoring network • A review of published vegetation results from ICP IM and preliminary analyses of collected vegetation data • A report on updated heavy metal budgets and critical loads at ICP IM sites • A report on benefits of LTER collaboration (Long Term Ecological Research network, www.lter-europe.net) • National Reports on ICP IM activities are presented as annexes
  • Kleemola, Sirpa; Forsius, Martin (Finnish Environment Institute, 2012)
    The Integrated Monitoring Programme (ICP IM) is part of the effect-oriented activities under the 1979 Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution, which covers the region of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE). The main aim of ICP IM is to provide a framework to observe and understand the complex changes occurring in natural/semi natural ecosystems. This report summarizes the work carried out by the ICP IM Programme Centre and several collaborating institutes. The emphasis of the report is in the work done during the programme year 2011/2012 including: • A short summary of previous data assessments • A status report of the ICP IM activities, content of the IM database, and geographical coverage of the monitoring network • An interim report on sulphur and nitrogen input-output budgets at ICP IM sites • A summary of results from biological sub-programmes of ICP IM and data analysis of relationship between changes in abundance of understory species and Nitrogen Critical Load exceedance • A progress report on field monitoring and dynamic soil-vegetation modelling using VSD+ model • National Reports on ICP IM activities are presented as annexes
  • Kleemola, Sirpa; Forsius, Martin (Finnish Environment Institute, 2013)
    The Integrated Monitoring Programme (ICP IM) is part of the effect-oriented activities under the 1979 Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution, which covers the region of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE). The main aim of ICP IM is to provide a framework to observe and understand the complex changes occurring in natural/semi natural ecosystems. This report summarizes the work carried out by the ICP IM Programme Centre and several collaborating institutes. The emphasis of the report is in the work done during the programme year 2012/2013 including: • A short summary of previous data assessments • A status report of the ICP IM activities, content of the IM database, and geographical coverage of the monitoring network • A final report on relations between vegetation changes and nitrogen Critical Load exceedance • A progress report on base line heavy metal approach, estimation of the extent of metal turnover in European forest catchments over the last decades • A final report on sulphur and nitrogen input-output budgets at ICP IM sites in Europe • National Reports on ICP IM activities are presented as annexes.
  • Kleemola, Sirpa; Forsius, Martin (Finnish Environment Institute, 2014)
    The Integrated Monitoring Programme (ICP IM) is part of the effect-oriented activities under the 1979 Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution, which covers the region of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE). The main aim of ICP IM is to provide a framework to observe and understand the complex changes occurring in natural/semi natural ecosystems. This report summarizes the work carried out by the ICP IM Programme Centre and several collaborating institutes. The emphasis of the report is in the work done during the programme year 2013/2014 including: - A short summary of previous data assessments - A status report of the ICP IM activities, content of the IM database, and geographical coverage of the monitoring network - A progress report on dynamic vegetation modelling at ICP IM sites - A report on mass balances for sulphur and nitrogen at ICP IM sites in 1990-2012 - National Reports on ICP IM activities are presented as annexes.
  • Hellsten, K (Kela, 2014)
    Tässä työpaperissa tarkastellaan Kansaneläkelaitoksen tutkimustoiminnan 50-vuotista taipaletta, sen liikkeelle lähtöä ja eri vaiheita. Pääpaino on tutkimuksen linjauksissa ja kohdentumisessa sekä niiden muutoksissa eikä niinkään organisaatiossa. Se on luonteeltaan eräänlainen yleiskatsaus, jossa monia kiinnostavia yksityiskohtia jää ulkopuolelle. Vaikka Kansaneläkelaitoksessa oli sen perustamisesta lähtien harjoitettu pienimuotoista tutkimusta, niin tutkimustoimiston perustaminen 1.6.1964 merkitsi tutkimustoimintaan erikoistuneen yksikön toiminnan alkua. Sittemmin Sosiaaliturvan tutkimuslaitokseksi muuttuneen toimiston perustaminen ei ollut mikään irrallinen ilmiö, vaan liittyi sosiaaliturvan laajenemiseen ja ilmensi uskoa siihen, että yhteiskuntatieteellisen tutkimustyön turvin voitaisiin edetä kohti hallittua yhteiskuntapolitiikkaa. Kansaneläkelaitoksen tutkimuksessa korostettiin heti alussa kahta näkökohtaa – Kansaneläkelaitoksen sisäisiä tutkimustarpeita ja yleisempiä sosiaalivakuutukseen tai sosiaaliturvaan liittyviä tutkimustarpeita. Tutkimuksen tuli palvella sosiaaliturvajärjestelmän kehittämistä koskevaa päätöksentekoa. Tutkimuslaitoksen ensimmäisessä projektissa pyrittiin selvittämään sairausvakuutuksen voimaantulon vaikutusta väestön terveydenhoidolliseen käyttäytymiseen. Sosiaaliturvan tutkimusperspektiivi on sitten 1960-luvun muuttunut ja laajentunut. Muutokset ovat heijastaneet yhteiskunnassa, sosiaaliturvajärjestelmässä ja Kelan toiminnassa tapahtuneita muutoksia. Kelan tehtävien lisääntyminen sosiaaliturvan toimeenpanijana on merkinnyt tutkimukselle uusia tutkimuskohteita ja aiheita. Kehitys on vienyt sosiaaliturvan rakentamiskauden kysymyksistä niihin kysymyksiin, jotka koskevat järjestelmän vaikutuksia ja vaikuttavuutta, järjestelmän sopeutumista ja sopeuttamista muuttuviin oloihin ja muuttuviin tarpeisiin ja ehkä jopa sosiaaliturvapolitiikan peruskysymyksiin. Sosiaaliturvan tutkimuslaitos muuttui ensin tutkimus- ja kehitysyksiköksi ja sitten Kelan tutkimusosastoksi. Tutkimuksen tekemisen tavatkin ovat vuosien saatossa muuttuneet. Perustehtävä on kuitenkin pysynyt samana: tehtävänä on tuottaa tieteelliseen tutkimukseen perustuvaa tietoa sosiaaliturvan kehittämistä ja toimeenpanoa koskevan päätöksenteon tueksi.