Kvarken Flada is a 3-year Interreg Botnia-Atlantica project between Finland and Sweden that started in November 2016. The project aims to maintain biological diversity in flads and ecosystem services that are provided by these, emphasis on fish production. Due to the protective, nutrient rich and warm ambient flads have a potential to be important spawning and growing areas for species such as pike and perch. They also cherish a large amount of different plants and animals from underwater vegetation to fish, insects and bats.
On this homepage you will find information about the organizations participating in the project. You will also find information about the different parts of the project, background information as well as used methods. Current information is available on our Facebook page, Instagram and Twitter.
All studied areas can be found in the SeaGIS2.0 portal.