Researchers from across Norway and abroad contribute to Lofoten Research
The University of Tromsø Team
"Seeing zooplankton from space would certainly be a game changer"
Plankton ecology - Biophysical interactions - Spatiotemporal patterns of zooplankton - Biovolume Spectrum Theories - New Technologies (Remote Sensing, Laser Optical Plankton Counter, Broadband Acoustics) - Calanus finmarchicus
When not doing science, Sünnje can be found in the pool, on a mountain, or watering plants at home.
Towards improving the individual-level focus in plankton ecology
Zooplankton ecology - Behavioral ecology - Life-history evolution, Simulation modelling - Zooplankton acoustics - Seagrass ecology (past) - Coral taxonomy (past)
When not doing science, Kanchana can be found still sciencing.
Using a multidisciplinary approach to study the ecology of lower trophic levels
Zooplankton dynamics - Biophysical interactions - Climate change in high latitude ecosystems - Spatiotemporal patterns of zooplankton - Acoustics - Numerical modelling, and statistical methods - Marine physics - Deep sea
Marie Curie Fellow
The rate of change in the ocean outpaces our current knowledge growth; novel technologies will further our understanding of processes in the little researched high seas
Mesoscale dynamics of zooplankton community -
Influence on higher trophic levels -
Using natural biogeochemical tracers to describe marine predator environment
When not doing science, Boris can be found skiing.
Studying plankton to grasp the big picture of the ocean in a changing climate
Zooplankton ecology, physiology, taxonomy - Spatiotemporal patterns of zooplankton - Polar regions
When not doing science, Nicolas can be found doing anything outside including, but not limited to surfing, snowboarding, hiking, climbing, sailing or teaching others how to sail.
(University of Strathclyde)
Understanding the optical properties of zooplankton to identify zooplankton swarms from space
Optical oceanography - Satellite derived ocean colour imagery - Optical qualities of zooplankton and other large 'particles'
When not doing science, Cait can be found reading, diving, and exploring the highlands.