International ecology prize for Nils Chr. Stenseth
5. juli 2019
Professor Nils Chr. Stenseth is the first Norwegian researcher to be honored with a prize from the International Ecology Institute (ECI) in Oldendorf in Germany.
Research on the color vision of deep-sea fish featured on the cover of Science
16. mai 2019
Six scientists connected to CEES co-authored the research article, and the publication is now attracting world-wide attention
Publication on the vulnerability to warming featured on the cover of Nature
15. mai 2019
Anne Maria Eikeset is one of the authors that contributed to the research
Dovenlorier avslører: Menneskets søvnrytme kan være mye eldre enn antatt
13. sep. 2019 08:32
Mennesker sover typisk sju-åtte timer om natten og er våkne resten av døgnet. Evolusjonsforskere har antatt at denne søvnrytmen oppsto da våre forfedre gikk fra å være nattaktive til dagaktive, men nå slår teorien sprekker. Den javanesiske dovenlorien sover nemlig på liknende vis – og det tyder på at menneskets søvnrytme er mye eldre.
- Polarlomvi endret diett – ble «støy» i miljøgift-overvåkingen 11. sep. 2019 22:52
New publication: Time to look forward to adapt to ocean warming
26. aug. 2019 22:52
By Geir Ottersen* and Jess Melbourne-Thomas in PNAS
New publication: The importance of variation in offspring body size for stability in cannibalistic populations
26. aug. 2019 22:38
By Jan Ohlberger*, Øystein Langangen*, Ian J. Winfield, and Yngvild Vindenes* in Oikos
New publication: Fish population growth in the Gulf of St Lawrence: effects of climate, fishing and predator abundance
26. aug. 2019 09:42
By Pablo Brosset, Joël M. Durant*, Elisabeth Van Beveren, and Stéphane Plourd in Marine Ecology Progress Series (MEPS)
- New publication: Density‐ and size‐dependent mortality in fish early life stages 21. aug. 2019 10:21
How to adapt to extreme ocean warming events?
6. sep. 2019
Extreme events in the marine environment, like marine heatwaves, are likely at least as important as changes in mean values for causing threats to biodiversity, with impacts on ecosystem services and consequences for human systems. The potential of human and natural systems to adapt to such changes remains unclear, but two recent articles in the high-impact journal PNAS look closer at the possibilities.