• Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L.: food utilization, protein growth efficiency and maturation 

      Rungruangsak-Torrissen, Krisna (Chapter, 2014)
      Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., is an anadromous carnivore living in fresh water during the first year(s) of life and migrating to the sea after smoltification. The early life period in fresh water and the first sea winter ...
    • Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L.: genetic variations in protein metabolism and growth 

      Rungruangsak-Torrissen, Krisna (Chapter, 2014)
      Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., is an anadromous species living in fresh water during the first year(s) of life until it smolts, and later in the sea from post-smolts until maturation before returning to fresh water to ...
    • Cold Temperate Coral Habitats 

      Buhl-Mortensen, Lene; Buhl-Mortensen, Pål (Chapter, 2018)
    • The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey – Monitoring plankton in the Nordic Sea 

      Edwards, M.; Helaouet, P.; Ostle, C.; Wootton, M.; Strand, Espen; Bagøien, Espen (Chapter, 2018)
      The warm-temperate calanoid copepod Calanus helgolandicus is becoming more common in the Nordic Seas with high records in 2016, which continued into 2017. The Pacific diatom Neodenticula seminae (an indicator of trans-Arctic ...
    • Decline and Recovery of Atlantic Cod (Gadus morhua) Stocks throughout the North Atlantic 

      Lilly, George R.; Wieland, Kai; Rothschild, Brian J.; Sundby, Svein; Drinkwater, Ken; Brander, Keith; Ottersen, Geir; Carscadden, James E.; Stenson, Garry B.; Chouinard, Ghislain A.; Swain, Douglas P.; Daan, N.; Enberg, Katja; Hammill, Michael O.; Rosing-Asvid, Aqqalu; Svedäng, Henrik; Vázquez, Antonio (Chapter, 2008)
      Many stocks of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) on both sides of the North Atlantic are currently at much reduced levels of biomass, but this situation is not in all instances the result of long, continuous decline. Most Northwest ...
    • Decline and Recovery of Atlantic Cod (Gadus morhua) Stocks throughout the North Atlantic 

      Lilly, George R.; Wieland, Kai; Rothschild, Brian J.; Sundby, Svein; Drinkwater, Ken; Brander, Keith; Ottersen, Geir; Carscadden, James E.; Stenson, Garry B.; Chouinard, Ghislain A.; Swain, Douglas P.; Daan, N.; Enberg, Katja; Hammill, Michael O.; Rosing-Asvid, Aqqalu; Svedäng, Henrik; Vázquez, Antonio (Chapter, 2008)
      Many stocks of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) on both sides of the North Atlantic are currently at much reduced levels of biomass, but this situation is not in all instances the result of long, continuous decline. Most Northwest ...
    • Ecotoxicological Impacts of Micro- and Nanoplastics in Terrestrial and Aquatic Environments 

      Gomes, Tania; Bour, Agathe; Coutris, Claire; Almeida, Ana Catarina; Bråte, Inger Lise Nerland; Wolf, Raoul; Bank, Michael; Lusher, Amy (Chapter, 2021)
      Plastic pollution is a widespread environmental problem that is currently one of the most discussed issues by scientists, policymakers and society at large. The potential ecotoxicological effects of plastic particles in a ...
    • Feedbacks from Filter Feeders: Review on the Role of Mussels in Cycling and Storage of Nutrients in Oligo- Meso- and Eutrophic Cultivation Areas 

      Jansen, Henrice Maria; Strand, Øivind; van Broekhoven, Wouter; Strohmeier, Tore; Verdegem, Marc C.J.; Smaal, Aad C. (Chapter, 2019)
      Cultured and wild bivalve stocks provide ecosystem services through regulation of nutrient dynamics; both by regeneration of nutrients that become available again for phytoplankton production (positive feedback), and by ...
    • Forord 

      Misund, Ole Arve (Havets ressurser og miljø, Chapter, 2007)
    • Forurensning 

      Klungsøyr, Jarle; Sværen, Ingrid (Havets ressurser og miljø, Chapter, 2007)
      Fish from the Barents Sea contains low levels of persistent organic contaminants like PCB, DDT, HCH and Toxafen in fatty tissue such as liver. Levels of radionuclides in sediments are very low, but are traced in all ...
    • Fysikk (sirkulasjon, vannmasser og klima) 

      Ingvaldsen, Randi; Loeng, Harald; Ådlandsvik, Bjørn (Havets ressurser og miljø, Chapter, 2007)
      The temperatures in the Barents Sea were very high during 2006. The inflow of Atlantic water was both warmer and stronger than earlier, and there has never been observed less ice than in the winter of 2006. The years ...
    • Grønlandssel 

      Haug, Tore (Havets ressurser og miljø, Chapter, 2007)
      The Northeast Atlantic stocks of harp seals are commercially exploited by Norway and Russia. The stocks are assessed every second year by the Joint ICES/NAFO Working Group on Harp and Hooded Seals. The assessments are ...
    • Hav (bunn og pelagisk) 

      van der Meeren, Gro; Lorentsen, Svein-Håkon; Skjoldal, Hein Rune (DN-utredning;3-2010, Chapter, 2010-09-23)
      I en ny undersøkelse av global marin biodiversitet er det vist at det i østre Atlanterhavet er registrert 12 270 ulike arter; 28 % planteplankton og storalger, 18 % krepsdyr, 13 % børstemark, 11 % bløtdyr, mens fisk utgjør ...
    • Ice Formation in Norwegian Fjords – Findings from the 2018 - 2019 Field Season 

      O'Sadnick, Megan; Petrich, Chris; Kleven, Øystein; Skardhamar, Jofrid; Brekke, Camilla (Chapter, 2020)
      Understanding ice conditions in fjords is imperative to ensure safe operations and to protect the surrounding environment. Seven fjords in northern Norway were visited in March 2019, six with significant ice cover. In each ...
    • Introduction to Cultural Services 

      Smaal, Aad C.; Strand, Øivind (Chapter, 2019)
      Cultural services of marine bivalves are of high value as they provide well-being in many different ways. These services are more difficult to quantify but provide a lot of qualities. Shell collectioning, shells as archives, ...
    • Introduction to Provisioning Services 

      Grant, Jon; Strand, Øivind (Chapter, 2019)
      Food provisioning is a prominent feature of marine bivalve production, applicable worldwide since ancient times. Easy accessibility of this food source and high nutritional value make bivalves a possible driver in human ...
    • Introduction to Regulating Services 

      Strand, Øivind; Ferreira, João Gomes (Chapter, 2019)
      Bivalves are foundation species with important regulating functions in the ecosystem. This is due to their function as filter feeders, their capacity to extract particles, to regenerate as well as store nutrients and – for ...
    • Kystvann (bunn og pelagisk) 

      Oug, Eivind; Christie, Hartvig; Eikrem, Wenche; van der Meeren, Gro; Nilssen, Kjell Tormod; Lorentsen, Svein-Håkon (DN-utredning;3-2010, Chapter, 2010-09-23)
      Norge har en kystlinje på ca. 2500 km målt langs den såkalte grunnlinjen fra svenskegrensen til Grense Jakobselv. Grunnlinjen trekkes mellom ytterpunktene på landformasjoner som stikker opp over vannflaten. Målt langs land ...
    • Lodde 

      Gjøsæter, Harald (Havets ressurser og miljø, Chapter, 2007)
      The stock is still at a low level, after having collapsed in 2001 for the third time in 20 years (Figure 1.4.1.1). The cause is probably an intense predation pressure from large year classes of herring in the southern ...
    • Makrellstørja 

      Hamre, Johannes (Chapter, 1962)