Family Tree DNA has simplified the names of the population clusters in the myOrigins feature to better match the way we think of those areas. For example, “European Coastal Islands” is now called the more sensible “British Isles.”
The full list of name changes is at this URL: https://www.familytreedna.com/learn/ftdna/introducing-new-population-cluster-names-myorigins/
As you can see, European Northlands is now named the more sensible “Scandinavia.” I expected to be 50% Scandinavian as all my Dad’s grandparents were born in Norway, as was his father, so that extra percentage is from my German side. I was also expecting to be 25% Ashkenazi (or 27% as 23andme has it) since I have one German Jewish grandparent married to a Bavarian Catholic. So either there is a dash of Ashkenazi up my Bavarian tree or this is just due to the built in slight inaccuracies of Family Tree DNA’s predictions.
No changes have been made to how these populations are calculated. My full post on the myOrigins feature was published back in May.