• In situ recordings of large gelatinous spheres from NE Atlantic, and the first genetic confirmation of egg mass of Illex coindetii (Vérany, 1839) (Cephalopoda, Mollusca) 

      Ringvold, Halldis; Taite, Morag; Allcock, A. Louise; Vecchione, Michael; Péan, Michel; Sandulli, Roberto; Johnsen, Geir; Fjellheim, Arne; Bakke, Snorre; Sannæs, Hanne; Synnes, Ann-Elin; Coronel, José; Hansen, Martin; Olejar, Peter; Eliassen, Geir; Eliassen, Anita; Klungland, Karl (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      In total, 90 gelatinous spheres, averaging one meter in diameter, have been recorded from ~ 1985 to 2019 from the NE Atlantic Ocean, including the Mediterranean Sea, using citizen science. More than 50% had a dark streak ...
    • Kunnskapsgrunnlaget for taskekrabbe langs norskekysten 

      Zimmermann, Fabian; Jenssen, Maria; Nedreaas, Kjell Harald; Søvik, Guldborg; Hjelset, Ann Merete; Bakke, Snorre (Rapport fra havforskningen;2020 - 4, Research report, 2020)
      Taskekrabben (Cancer pagurus) er en viktig kommersiell krabbeart i Norge og finnes i betydelige mengder langs kysten helt nord til Troms med sporadisk forekomst til Nordkapp. Etter 2007 har de årlige landingene vært rundt ...
    • Size at maturity and molting probability across latitude in female Cancer pagurus 

      Bakke, Snorre; Larssen, Wenche Merete Emblem; Woll, Astrid Kari; Søvik, Guldborg; Gundersen, Agnes Christine; Hvingel, Carsten; Nilssen, Einar Magnus (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Edible crab, Cancer pagurus, is a valuable North Atlantic fishery resource distributed from Morocco to northern Norway, covering a wide range of temperatures and other oceanographic variables. Knowledge on how local ...
    • Some observations of Cancer pagurus Linnaeus, 1758 (Decapoda, Brachyura) in deep water 

      Bakke, Snorre; Buhl-Mortensen, Lene; Buhl-Mortensen, Pål (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Available species information pages and fact sheets define 100 to 200 m as the maximum depth of occurrence for Cancer pagurus. We here present some observations from video transects conducted in Sognesjøen, Norway, where ...