CEES researchers in spotlight as new plague study is covered by international media
18. jan. 2018
The new study " Human ectoparasites and the spread of plague in Europe during the Second Pandemic " by Katharine R. Dean et al. ( PNAS, 2018) receives international as well as national attention with its "provocative" findings. Find links to the articles here!
Green light for the Nansen Legacy
13. des. 2017
The Norwegian Research Council has approved the research application of the Nansen Legacy. After six years of planning, the Nansen Legacy is now ready to take Arctic marine research a long way further in understanding how climate and ecosystems interact in the northern Barents Sea.
Chapters in newly published book: "Brown trout: Biology, ecology and management"
22. feb. 2018 12:58
Two chapters by CEES professor Asbjørn Vøllestad.
- New publication: Individual heterogeneity and early life conditions shape growth in a freshwater top-predator 16. feb. 2018 10:20
New publication: Harvesting changes mating behavior in European lobster
16. feb. 2018 10:12
By Tonje Knutsen Sørdalen*, Kim Tallaksen Halvorsen, Hugo B. Harrison, Charlie Ellis, Leif Asbjørn Vøllestad*, Halvor Knutsen, Even Moland and Esben Moland Olsen in Evolutionary Applications.
2. feb. 2018
In a study recently published in Ecology we find apparent competition between major zooplankton groups in a large marine ecosystem. Apparent competition is an indirect, negative interaction between two species or species groups mediated by a third species other than their prey.