• MARMONI activities and results in brief (2015) - a summary brochure with the aim to downsize the information volume and make it easy-to-use for policy makers.
  • Good cooperation with “AS Tallink Grupp” started in 2012 and continues even after project official end (2015). Company  recognizes environmental protection and management as one of its highest priorities and that every effort is to be made to conserve and protect the environment therefore company kindly agreed to support MARMONI project by placing information panels on 4 routes operated by the Tallink company:  Tallinn (Estonia) – Helsinki (Finland); Riga (Latvia) – Stockholm (Sweden); Tallinn (Estonia) – Stockholm (Sweden) and Helsinki (Finland) – Stockholm (Sweden).
  • Scientific article Suursaar, Ü., Torn, K., Martin, G., Herkül, K., Kullas, T. (2014). Formation and species composition of stormcast beach wrack in the Gulf of Riga, Baltic Sea. Published in Oceanologia 56 (4), 673–695 pp.
  • Scientific article Uusitalo, L., Fleming-Lehtinen, V., Hällfors, H., Jaanus, A., Hällfors, S. & London, L. (2013). A novel approach for estimating phytoplankton biodiversity. Published in ICES Journal of Marine Science 70(2):408-417.
  • Scientific article Kotta, J., Orav-Kotta, H., Pärnoja, M. (2013) Role of physical water properties and environmental disturbances on the diversity of coastal macrophyte and invertebrate communities in a brackish water ecosystem. Published in WIT Transaction on Ecology and the Environment, 77−88 pp.
  • Terrestrial notice boards (2012) in the national languages had been set up in the target countries.  Besides information about the project, the notice boards inform about marine nature values of the Baltic Sea and describe the nearest location of the project territory. The pictures of the boards and precise locations, indicating address, map and geographical coordinates (notice boards in LatviaFinland,SwedenEstonia).
  • The Project team has elaborated a leaflet in 5 languages (2011) as the project visit card to inform in brief about the project, its aims and activities. In an easy language for wider target audience the leaflet explained what the project was about and who was implementing it and leaflet has been distributed in various national and international stakeholders’ events and conferences.(Project leaflet in EnglishProject leaflet in EstonianProject leaflet in LatvianProject leaflet in FinnishProject leaflet in Swedish)