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Each year, the Institute of Marine Research publishes a large number of documents, reports, brochures and articles. In 2007 the IMR established the archive Brage IMR to permanently store and make available full text versions of its own research results. The archive also contains a growing number of digitised older IMR publications dating right back to 1900. Our aim is for it to be as comprehensive as possible. You will also find our scientific papers that have been released for open access on BRAGE IMR.

Latest net reports

Annual report on health monitoring of wild anadromous salmonids in Norway 2020

05.05.2021 / Rapport fra havforskningen 2021-19

The Institute of Marine Research has investigated the prevalence of infectious salmon anaemia virus (ISAV) and salmonid alphavirus (SAV, PD-virus) infections in migrating wild Atlantic salmon postsmolts captured in 2019 in three fjord systems located in three aquaculture production areas (...

Screening for antimicrobial- and heavy metal resistant bacteria in copper contaminated areas

22.04.2021 / Rapport fra havforskningen 2021-18

A One heath approach is essential to examine the role of the marine environment in the selection and spread of antimicrobial resistance. Norwegian aquaculture used high amounts of antimicrobials during the 80s and 90s, which facilitated widespread resistance among fish pathogens. Moreover, fish farm...

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Fish diversity data from the Barents Sea Ecosystem Survey 2004-2019

12.04.2021 / Rapport fra havforskningen 2021-15

Assessing and improving the status of biodiversity are main targets of international agreements such as the Convention on Biological Diversity and the associated Aichi Biodiversity Targets for 2020.  Here we present fish data from the Barents Sea Ecosystem Survey 2004-2019 on a format suitable ...

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Scientific Journals

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Cristin (database)

Brage IMR (database)

Aquaculture Nutrition (journal)