Fisheries Ecology and Aquaculture

News archive for Fisheries Ecology and Aquaculture

The new study published in Conservation Physiology shows that maturation in guppies is highly plastic with respect to ambient oxygen levels.
The ICES Journal of Marine Science has published a theme section on "balanced harvesting".
Landvikvannet near Grimstad is the only freshwater lake in Norway where Atlantic herring can be found. So far not much is know about this mystery, but our Phd student Florian Eggers is trying to solve it.
Geetha has successfully defended her thesis on the effect of ambient oxygen on the life history of guppies.
It may be that reconciling the goals of conservation and greater yields is less difficult than was previously thought.
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.
PhD student Keno Ferter is studying this hotly debated issue.
This knowledge will have a significant impact on future aquaculture industry practices.
The Director of the Mediterranean Institute for Advanced Studies is visiting BIO!
The research cruise field trip undertaken by Fisheries Ecology students at BIO (MAR230) is a unique, "hands-on" learning opportunity that few universities around the world offer.
The bearded goby seems to possess remarkable, even super-hero-like qualities.
When sites of ancient human occupation are discovered, researchers want to know who has been there, why they were there and what they were doing, and when they were there. Three researchers from the Department of Biology (BIO) collaborated with researchers from Bergen Museum to learn more about two Mesolithic sites.