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Marcus Landschulze, Department of Earth Science, defended his PhD thesis Tuesday 30.10.2013.
China is by far the biggest fishery producer, yet fisheries management in China is comparatively unknown. A new review is changing this.
The 13th National MR Meeting will take place on Tuesday, January 14th and Wednesday the 15th, 2014 at Thon Hotel Prinsen in Trondheim.
It may be that reconciling the goals of conservation and greater yields is less difficult than was previously thought.
Trond Kvarven, Department of Earth Science, defended his PhD thesis Wednesday 23.10.2013.
In mid-October the first annual workshop in the newly started GLANAM-project was held at Holmavatn, Jæren. The workshop had 35 participants from the co-operating institutions.
Fish ear bones (otoliths) provide important information about not only fish age and growth, but also about the environment during the lifetime of the fish.
What can free candy teach us about fisheries-induced evolution?
Researchers and school kids with a mission: bridging the gap between climate science and society
Professor II Kathy Willis becomes Director of Science at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Female bearded gobies mature in anoxic waters off Namibia, finds Yusra Taha
Spawning area for bearded goby on outer shelf off central Namibia in anoxic waters reported recently by Maria L. Seivåg in her Master thesis
New article shows that maturation in male guppies is influenced by the social environment in which they grow.
A new article in the ICES Journal of Marine Science finds a widespread positive relationship between fish weight and price per kg in Norwegian fisheries.
Outhreach is becoming an increasingly important yardstick for the relevance of scientific research.