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    • Structure and functioning of four North Atlantic ecosystems - A comparative study 

      Melle, Webjørn Raunsgård; Klevjer, Thor A.; Drinkwater, Kenneth F.; Strand, Espen; Naustvoll, Lars Johan; Wiebe, Peter H.; Aksnes, Dag Lorents; Knutsen, Tor; Sundby, Svein; Slotte, Aril; Dupont, Nicolas; Salvanes, Anne Gro Vea; Korneliussen, Rolf; Huse, Geir (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      The epi- and mesopelagic ecosystems of four sub-polar ocean basins, the Labrador, Irminger, Iceland and Norwegian seas, were surveyed during two legs from Bergen, Norway, to Nuuk, Greenland, and back to Bergen. The survey ...
    • Sub-populations of coastal cod with different behaviour and life-history strategies 

      Salvanes, Anne Gro Vea; Skjæraasen, Jon Egil; Nilsen, Trygve (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2004-02-19)
      This study provides evidence of countergradient variations in life-history traits among coastal cod Gadus morhua off the Norwegian coast, suggesting the existence of sub-populations. One-yr-old wild-caught individuals from ...
    • Temperature-dependent digestion handling time in juvenile cod and possible consequences for prey choice 

      Knutsen, Ian; Salvanes, Anne Gro Vea (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 1999-05-18)
      The paper combines experimental work with modelling. The aim was to estimate the temperature-dependent digestion handling time, which is defined as the time taken to digest the whole prey or the whole stomach contents, and ...
    • Vertical distribution and trophic interactions of zooplankton and fish in Masfjorden, Norway 

      Giske, Jarl; Aksnes, Dag Lorents; Balino, Beatriz M.; Kaartvedt, Stein; Lie, Ulf; Nordeide, Jarle Tryti; Salvanes, Anne Gro Vea; Wakili, Sami M.; Aadnesen, Agnes (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 1990)
      The distribution, biomass, and predator-prey relationships of the pelagic assemblage in Masfjorden, western Norway, was studied in January 1989. The pelagic biomass was dominated by particulate organic matter. Biomasses ...
    • Winning ways with hydrogen sulphide on the Namibian shelf 

      Currie, Bronwen; Utne-Palm, Anne Christine; Salvanes, Anne Gro Vea (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2018-10-11)
      The shelf sediments off Namibia are some of the most unusual and extreme marine habitats because of their extremely high hydrogen sulphide concentrations. High surface productivity of the northern Benguela upwelling system ...