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Microbial dynamics in high latitude ecosystems. Responses to mixing, runoff and seasonal variation a rapidly changing environment
(The University of Bergen, 2017-11-08)
The pronounced warming at high latitude alters a range of physical conditions i.e. the magnitude of runoff, sea-ice extent and strength of stratification and thus affect the biological systems. As microorganisms form the ...
Plastic response in Pinus spp., determining the temporal window of response and species-level variation of UV-B absorbing compounds to short-term variation in UV-B radiation
(The University of Bergen, 2017-01-27)
The total amount of ultraviolet radiation (UV-B wavelength = 280–315 nm) reaching the Earth’ surface has probably experienced large changes throughout Earth’s history. An untested hypothesis is that past variations in ...
On freshwater and the density-driven circulation in the northern seas
(The University of Bergen, 2017-11-29)
The Arctic Ocean and the Nordic Seas are freshening, in part due to anthropogenic climate change. Within the northern seas, seawater density is in part dominated by temperature, and in part by salinity. This reflects on ...