Bothnian

Both´ni`an


a.1.Of or pertaining to Bothnia, a country of northern Europe, or to a gulf of the same name which forms the northern part of the Baltic sea.
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In Baltoscandinavia, Ordovician bedrock is mainly preserved in intracratonic basins: Vanern, Vattern, the Southern Bothnian basin and the Central Baltic basin (e.
National contract notice: Edge markings in the bothnian sea area, Renewal of upper edge marks
Paleoshorelines and prehistory on the eastern Bothnian Bay coast (Finland): Local environmental variability as a trigger for social change.
Lowered reproductive capacity in female ringed seals (Phoca hispida) in the Bothnian Bay, northern Baltic Sea, with special reference to uterine occlusions.
In contrast to other marine sediments such as those in the Mediterranean, the Baltic Sea may be considered as a temporarily inundated portion of the European continent, with salinities ranging from 20-30% in the Belt Sea to less than 3% in the Bothnian Bay (Matthaus 1992).
Population growth has taken place mainly along the coast of the Bothnian Sea, but in the late 18th century, through a policy of inland colonization, the population expanded along river valleys and farther into areas with potential for forestry and other natural resource-based activities (see e.
Food, habitat and time niches in a costal fish species assemblage in a brackish water bay in the Bothnian Sea, Sweden.
Stocks in EU waters of the North-East Atlantic that were not overexploited in 2012 were as follows: blue whiting (North-East Atlantic), cod (Celtic Sea, English Channel, Eastern Baltic), sole (Skagerrak, Kattegatt and Baltic Sea, Western English Channel, Southwest Ireland and Celtic Sea), haddock (North Sea, Skagerrak and Kattegatt, Rockall, West of Scotland), herring (North Sea, West of Scotland, Irish Sea, Celtic Sea, Western Baltic, Bothnian Bay and Bothnian Sea), megrims (North Sea and West of Scotland), Norway lobster (Skagerrak and Kattegatt, North Sea, West of Scotland), plaice (North Sea), saithe (North Sea, West of Scotland), sprat (Baltic Sea), spurdog (all areas) and whiting (Celtic Sea).
Finland is playing a role in several infrastructure projects currently underway in Northern Europe such as the Bothnian Corridor and the Nordic Triangle, which will enable the cross-country flow of goods between Northern Europe and the rest of the EU.
Transboundary collaboration in tourism: The case of the Bothnian Arc.
The first attempts at agricultural expansion into northernmost Sweden began in the 1300s as a result of the increasing population, providing incentives for farmers to move north along the Bothnian coast in order to develop new land.
2 mm yr-1 in the northern part of the Bothnian Bay [3], a slight decrease from - 0.