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2014
13 MAR

Open source fisheries management

A statistical model originally developed to allow fishermen to study the work done by researchers, has now become one of the most highly acclaimed tools for estimating...

Marine research Ecosystems Fisheries and fish stocks
Sars. Photo: Kjartan Mæstad, Havforskningsinstituttet
30 JAN

Join a Cruise Across the Atlantic - on film

A group of biologists from DTU Aqua crossed the Atlantic in May 2013 on the Norwegian research vessel G.O. Sars as part of a European project, EURO-BASIN. Master student...

Marine research Ecosystems Climate change
13 JAN

Impact of deep-sea fishery for Greenland halibut

New study: Impact of deep-sea fishery for Greenland halibut on non-commercial fish species off West Greenland

Marine research Ecosystems Fisheries and fish stocks Fish and shellfish
2013
19 DEC

Pyrene toxicity on Arctic key copepod species

A new study, published in Ecotoxicology, shows lowered reproductive output, reduced grazing, and reduced ability to metabolize pyrene in the copepod Calanus hyberboreus...

Marine research Ecosystems Climate change
05 DEC

The Consequences of Balanced Harvesting of Fish Communities

New study uses size- and trait-based models to compare balanced harvesting with traditional selective fishing patterns

Marine research Ecosystems Fisheries and fish stocks
03 DEC

The mystery of Microsetella

Combination of sac- and broadcast-spawning in an Arctic fjord to achieve high abundance at low temperatures.

Marine research Ecosystems
30 SEP

Demand for Danish know-how about environmentally friendly aquaculture

DTU Aqua conducts a training course on fish farming in land-based saltwater systems for consultants and practitioners from across the Baltic Sea Region.

Marine research Fish and shellfish Aquaculture
09 SEP

Coral reef discovered off Greenland

By sheer coincidence, Canadian researchers have discovered a reef of living cold-water corals in southern Greenland. PhD student Helle Jørgensbye from DTU Aqua has been...

Marine research Ecosystems
04 SEP

The Copenhagen School of trait-based approaches to marine ecology

The Centre for Ocean Life at DTU Aqua is enjoying considerable international success through applying the trait-based approach to marine research

Marine research Ecosystems
29 MAY

Climate Change at the Dinner Table

An innovative use of catch statistics shows that climate change has already influenced the composition of species in fisheries around the world, and thereby the fish that...

Marine research Climate change Fisheries and fish stocks
09 APR

DNA tests rewrite the history of Greenland cod

The fish in Greenland’s great cod boom in the 1960s did not come from Iceland, as previously thought. They were ‘made in Greenland’ .

Marine research Climate change Ecosystems
Roach Photo J Brodersen
25 FEB

Fish migrate to escape predators

By individually tagging fish in a lake and following their movements, a research team led by DTU Aqua has shown that migration is a very effective defence against being...

Marine research Ecosystems
2012
21 DEC

Course in Salt Water Recirculation Aquaculture Technology

DTU Aqua offers a training course in Salt Water Recirculation Aquaculture Technology for the Baltic Sea Region from Saturday 5th - Wednesday 9th October 2013.

Marine research Aquaculture
13 NOV

Looking into the future

European and American scientists are meeting in Barcelona, Spain this month to launch a new European initiative for climate service observations and modelling. DTU Aqua...

Marine research Climate change Ecosystems Fisheries and fish stocks
06 NOV

Danish database keeps track of European fish stocks

It is never easy to have to count all the fish in the sea. However, biologists and administrators all over Europe will soon receive a helping hand from a new shared database...

Marine research Ecosystems Fisheries and fish stocks
16 AUG

Dana to investigate the East Greenland Current

DTU's research vessel Dana is following in the path of past pioneers when steaming off to characterize and trace the waters of the East Greenland Current

Marine research Climate change
16 AUG

Recovering Baltic cod is lacking food

The eastern Baltic cod stock has recently started to recover, after two decades of severe depletion, however with unexpected side-effects.

Marine research Ecosystems Fisheries and fish stocks
24 APR

Dwarf jellies

Recently discovered population of comb jellies in the Baltic consists entirely of dwarf individuals

Marine research Ecosystems
13 APR

A leader in sustainable aquaculture

DTU Aqua in Hirtshals is hosting international AQUABEST-meeting on sustainable fish farming in the Baltic Sea Region. The project aims to transfer the technology of the...

Aquaculture Marine research
28 MAR

Herrings are super survivors

New research reveals how herring genes vary with the environment. The discovery could make it easier to protect the herring stock against future challenges such as climate...

Marine research Ecosystems
2011
28 SEP

New MSc-students at DTU Aqua

18 new students have begun their studies at the DTU Aqua's MSc program in Aquatic Science and Technology. More than half of the students are from abroad.

Marine research
26 SEP

The first MSc in Aquatic Science and Technology has graduated

Two years after DTU Aqua’s MSc program started, the first graduate defended her thesis. She is the first Master of Science in Aquatic Science and Technology.

Marine research
27 JAN

The plight of the eel in reaching spawning grounds in the Sargasso Sea

Eel stocks are currently undergoing a steep decline, although no one knows exactly why. This is why researchers from a number of institutions including DTU Aqua are in...

Marine research

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