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01 JUN

Currents propel the spreading of invasive species

Based on the first comprehensive data collection on the occurrence of the invasive jellyfish, Mnemiopsis leidyi , in Europe, scientists now show that ocean currents play...

Marine research
16 MAY

PhD defense about optimal rearing conditions in eel larval culture

What are the demands of European eel larvae on water temperature and salinity, and what are the nutritional requirements of larvae raised in culture? These are the focus...

Food production Aquaculture Fish and shellfish
15 MAY

Anglers supply data for climate research

Researchers have developed a garfish barometer, on which anglers can follow garfish fishing and contribute to climate research.

Fisheries and fish stocks Climate adaption
07 MAY

New book on pike biology and ecology

The book ‘Biology and Ecology of Pike’ gathers the newest research knowledge of one of our top predatory fish.

20 APR

The researchers stuck on lumpfish

Researchers have, for the first time, tagged lumpfish with electronic tags in Denmark. The project aims to shed light on the fish’s unknown behaviour in the ocean.

Fisheries and fish stocks
21 MAR

PhD defence about effects of artificial lakes on migrating trout

Artificial lakes are used as a measure to reduce nitrogen load of streams. PhD Student Michael Schwinn has investigated the consequences for migrating brown trouts when...

Fisheries and fish stocks Ecosystems
15 MAR

DTU will investigate marine pollution in West Africa

Researchers from DTU Aqua are coordinating a new project investigating what pollution means for the marine life in the Gulf of Guinea.

Environment and pollution Ecosystems
09 MAR

PhD defense about spatial ecology of lake fish

When animals move from one habitat to another, it may affect the stability of the entire ecosystem. PhD Student Joan Holst Hansen has investigated the migratory behavior...

Fisheries and fish stocks Ecosystems
06 MAR

Big shark’ collaboration with University of Queensland, Australia

Danish-Australian shark study is the first in a series of PhD programmes to stimulate research collaboration between DTU and the University of Queensland, Australia.

26 FEB

PhD defense about microbial water quality in aquaculture

The reuse of water in recirculating aquaculture systems increases the risc of impaired water quality. PhD Student Paula Andrea Rojas Tirado has investigated new methods...

Aquaculture

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19 JUNE 2018