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Our research subjects:

Selection and evolvability: Concepts, measurements and statistics

Evolutionary biology and genomics

The ecology and evolution of infectious diseases within an environmental reservoir

Integration of ecology and evolution




  • kristina-temp-effect-dec2014 Temperature effects on Calanus finmarchicus vary in space, time and between developmental stages Dec 18, 2014

    Increased sea temperature due to climate change can influence the distribution, abundance and seasonal timing of zooplankton. Changing zooplankton dynamics might in turn impact the higher trophic levels, such as fish and seabirds, feeding on these animals. In a recent paper, we show that temperature variation in the Atlantic waters of the Norwegian Sea and Barents Sea might have stronger effects on the abundance of the younger than older development stages of Calanus finmarchicus, and that these stages might appear earlier in spring during warm years.

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