September

Result: (7)

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Alarm bells raised about ocean warming

25.09.2019

Today the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is launching its special report on the oceans and cryosphere. Geir Ottersen, a scientist at the Institute of Marine Research (IMR) and one of the main authors of the report, is concerned about the changes taking place in the Arctic.

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The Arctic cod is facing problems as the ice disappears

25.09.2019

The Arctic cod, the Arctic cousin of the Atlantic cod, is a key species in the northern Barents Sea. The whole ecosystem may therefore be destabilised by the spawning grounds of the Arctic cod shrinking as a result of declining sea ice cover.

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Fish communities consolidate their move north

25.09.2019

Fish communities from southern Norway have consolidated their significant move north. The Barents Sea may become home to as many as 25 new species as a result of climate change.

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10 things you didn’t know about ice

25.09.2019

Where is the world’s oldest ice found? And what will happen if the Greenland ice sheet melts? Climate scientists Anne Britt Sandø and Vidar Lien have the answers.

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Haddock larvae have an internal compass

18.09.2019

In a magnetic tank in which researchers can make north become south, “baby” haddock swim northwest.

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Scientists uncover the ''home'' of bluefin tuna in the North Atlantic

12.09.2019

DNA testing reveals that the world’s biggest tuna cross the ocean frequently.

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Research centre lands a good catch

11.09.2019

Smart fishing gear, scientific publications and training new researchers are just a few of the achievements of the Centre for Research-based Innovation in Sustainable fish capture and Pre-processing technology (CRISP).