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.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Vertebrate diets derived from trophically transmitted fish parasites in the Bothnian Bay.
Description of the upper portion of the drill-core from Finngrundet in the South Bothnian Bay.
Viewpoints of Municipal Representatives and Firm Managers on the Bothnian Arc Project', 2005, Fennia International Journal of Geography, vol.
Tran boundary collaboration in tourism: The case of the Bothnian Arc.
Wickman, "Variations of 87Sr/86Sr in water from streams discharging into the Bothnian Bay, Baltic Sea," Hydrology Research, vol.
Paleoshorelines and prehistory on the eastern Bothnian Bay coast (Finland): Local environmental variability as a trigger for social change.
Bothnian Rhapsody for woodwind quintet by Jukka Viitasaari.
spumigena forms blooms usually at salinities 4-8 PSU and is seldom seen at salinities > 10 (Kattegat) or < 2 PSU (Bothnian Bay) (Wulff et al., 1990).
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.g., Bylund, 1956).