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Distribution and life history of krill from the Barents Sea
Krill from the Barents Sea were studied on six cruises from 1985 to 1989. Thysanoessa inermis and T. longicaudata were the dominant species, while T. raschii and Meganyctiphanes norvegica were rarerExpand
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Food and feeding conditions of Norwegian spring-spawning herring (Clupea harengus) through its feeding migrations
The feeding ecology of herring was studied using samples collected during cruises in 1994, 1995, and 1996 in the More shelf region off western Norway, where the major spawning of herring occurs, andExpand
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Summer distribution patterns and biomass estimates of macrozooplankton and micronekton in the nordic seas
Abstract The vertical and horizontal distribution patterns of zooplankton and micronekton were mapped during three research cruises in summers 1993, 1994 and 1995 by pelagic trawl and MOCNESSExpand
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Impact of climatic change on the biological production in the Barents Sea
The Barents Sea is a high latitude ecosystem and is an important nursery and feeding area for commercial fish stocks such as cod, capelin and herring. There is a large inter-annual variability bothExpand
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Trophic interactions of macro-zooplankton (krill and amphipods) in the Marginal Ice Zone of the Barents Sea
The diets of krill and amphipods were examined using light microscopy on field-collected specimens from 2004 to 2005 from the Marginal Ice Zone of the northwestern Barents Sea, north and east ofExpand
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Diet of juvenile cod (age 0–2) in the Barents Sea in relation to food availability and cod growth
Diet investigations were carried out on 0-, 1- and 2-year-old Northeast Arctic cod (Gadus morhua) sampled in the Barents Sea during 1984–2002. Stomach-content analyses showed that the 0 and 1 groupExpand
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Abundance, maturity and growth of the krill species Thysanoessa inermis and T. longicaudata in the Barents Sea
Thysanoessa inermis and 7. longicaudata were the dominant krill species observed in the western and central Barents Sea between 1984 and 1992. Both species are typically boreal and subarctic, andExpand
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Distribution of Themisto (Amphipoda) spp. in the Barents Sea and predator-prey interactions
Dalpadado, P., Borkner, N., Bogstad, B., and Mehl, S. 2001. Distribution of Themisto (Amphipoda) spp. in the Barents Sea and predator-prey interactions. – ICES Journal of Marine Science, 58: 876–895.Expand
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Inter-specific variations in distribution, abundance and possible life-cycle patterns of Themisto spp. (Amphipoda) in the Barents Sea
Abstract. Amphipods from the central and northern areas of the Barents Sea were studied by a series of MOCNESS profiles between 1990 and 1997. Themisto abyssorum, though dominant in warmer AtlanticExpand
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Changes in Barents Sea ecosystem state, 1970 -2009: climate fluctuations, human impact, and trophic interactions
Long time-series of data from the Barents Sea (BS) are analysed to contrast the climate, fishing pressure, plankton, pelagic fish, demersal fish, and interactions between trophic levels in a recentExpand
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