Home

Research news

  • boris-sanne-bastiaan New grants to CEES researchers Dec. 20, 2018

    Congratulation to Boris Schmid on a Young Research Talent grant, and to Bastiaan Star and Sanne Boessenkool on becoming partners in a new Innovative Training Network (ITN).

  • new-cees-chair-2018-660px Kjetill S. Jakobsen new Chair of CEES Sep. 28, 2018

    At a meeting for all CEES members, Professor Kjetill S. Jakobsen was introduced as the new Chair of CEES by the Head of the Department of Biosciences, Rein Aasland.

Our researchers in the media - selected publications

News from Titan.uio.no

  • Dagens islandshester nedstammer antakelig fra hestene som ble gravlagt sammen med vikinger på Island. Hingster i vikinggraver vekker internasjonal interesse Feb. 8, 2019 9:14 AM

    Nyheten om at mektige vikinger på Island ble gravlagt sammen med hingster eller vallaker, vekker stor interesse i utlandet. Blant mediene som har omtalt det nye forskningsresultatet, finner vi Newsweek, Daily Mail, Smithsonian og wyborcza.pl.

  • Dekan Morten Dæhlen presenterer MN-fakultetets nye strategi – Vi er allerede gode og skal bli enda bedre! Feb. 4, 2019 10:59 PM

    – Vi er allerede gode, men skal bli enda bedre! Med denne strategien skal vi bidra til å markere Universitetet i Oslo enda sterkere som et av de beste universitetene i Europa, sa dekan Morten Dæhlen da han presenterte MN-fakultetets nye strategi mandag ettermiddag.

Publications

Outreach

  • langangen-2018-spawning-distribution-fig1 The role of climate and size in the spawning distribution of cod Dec. 4, 2018

    Where the fish are spawning is of tremendous importance for the population ( see our post) but also for the industry relying on it, especially since harvesting is often concentrated on fish that aggregate for to spawn. Climate change and harvesting are known to strongly affect the fish population with effect on the spawning location. In a recent paper (Langangen et al. Global Change Biology ) we explore the question: “who is the culprit of spawning location change: Climate or fishing?”