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    • Bat (Chiroptera) activity and community composition in contrasting agricultural landscapes and the adjacent Budongo forest reserve, Uganda 

      Hauge, Kristoffer Barlaup (The University of Bergen, 2010-06-01)
      Abstract. Human activities are causing a biodiversity crisis in all biomes of the Earth. As the world's population continues to grow, more land will be converted to agricultural land to meet the growing food demands, ...
      Master thesis
    • Comparing species-temperature relationships of arctic-alpine plants among three altitudinal transects in Svalbard 

      Bockmühl, Kathrin (The University of Bergen, 2008)
      Broad scale data has normally been used to predict vascular plant species responses to global climate change. The aim of this study is to investigate to what extent a high sampling resolution reveals local variations ...
      Master thesis
    • Hydrothermal vent fields and chemosynthetic biota on the world's deepest seafloor spreading centre 

      Connelly, Douglas P.; Copley, Jaonathan T.; Murton, Bramley J.; Stansfield, Kate; Tyler, Paul A.; German, Cristopher R.; Van Dover, Cindy L.; Amon, Diva; Furlong, Maaten; Grindlay, Nancy; Hayman, Nicholas; Hühnerbach, Veit; Judge, Maria; Le Bas, Tim; McPhail, Stephen; Meier, Alexandra; Nakamura, Koichi; Nye, Verity; Pebody, Miles; Pedersen, Rolf B.; Plouviez, Sophia; Sands, Carla; Searle, Roger C.; Stevenson, Peter; Taws, Sarah; Wilcox, Sally (Nature Publishing Group, 2012-01-10)
      The Mid-Cayman spreading centre is an ultraslow-spreading ridge in the Caribbean Sea. Its extreme depth and geographic isolation from other mid-ocean ridges offer insights into the effects of pressure on hydrothermal ...
      Journal article
    • Large mesopelagic fishes biomass and trophic efficiency in the open ocean 

      Irigoien, Xabier; Klevjer, Thor A.; Røstad, Anders; Martinez, U.; Boyra, G.; Acuna, J. L.; Bode, A.; Echevarria, F.; Gonzalez-Gordillo, J. I.; Hernández-León, Santiago; Augsti, S.; Aksnes, Dag Lorents; Duarte, C. M.; Kaartvedt, Stein (Nature Publishing Group, 2014-02-07)
      With a current estimate of ~1,000 million tons, mesopelagic fishes likely dominate the world total fishes biomass. However, recent acoustic observations show that mesopelagic fishes biomass could be significantly larger ...
      Journal article