Facilities / Resources
Centre researchers have access to truly unique lab facilities as a result of their diverse competencies and CGB partnerships with the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, and Departments of Earth Science and Biology at UiB.
|Anita-Elin Fedøy / Ida Steen
|Hildegunn Almelid / Ingunn Thorseth
|Siv Dundas / Rolf Pedersen /
|Yuval Ronen / Rolf Pedersen / Cedric Hamelin
|Pål Tore Mørkved
|Advanced Data Analysis
CGB scientists also have access to sea-going vessels taking them to field sites or natural marine laboratories.
R/V G.O. Sars is equipped with state-of-the-art technology in order to carry out a wide variety of research work. Examples of the kind of research work the vessel is capable of carrying out include: pelagic and bottom trawling, plankton sampling, CTD/rosette operations, towed body operations, hydrographic operations, water sampling, miscellaneous kinds of environmental sampling, grabbing and coring, hydro-acoustic research work, seismic operations.
Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) this type of unmanned submersible makes it possible for researchers to virtually visit the sea-floor.
Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) are also used to explore the seafloor around the deep-sea volcanoes located there, looking for hot vents and new ecosystems
Created by CGB scientists, CREST (Classification Resources for Environmental Sequence Tags) is a collection of resources for taxonomical classification of high throughput sequencing. CREST utilises a curated taxonomy derived from taxonomic annotation of a global alignment of phylogenetic marker genes.
Contact: Steffen Leth Jørgensen