News

SELECT INTERVAL
RSS
2018
12 OCT

Oil spills could harm the Arctic more than expected

Plankton—the foundation of the food chains in the Arctic Ocean—are affected by concentrations of oil pollution much lower than previously assumed.

Marine research Polar research Ecosystems
19 SEP

The sea around Denmark hit by marine heat waves

Up to eight degrees warmer waters than normal. This was how much the hot weather affected the sea during the summer, according to calculations from DTU Aqua.

Marine research Climate adaption Climate change Ecosystems
04 SEP

New jellyfish species in the Kiel Kanal—Further spread into the Baltic Sea is...

The brackish-water loving jellyfish  Blackfordia virginica has been a new player in the Kiel Canal since summer 2016, shows an evaluation of regular biological monitoring...

Marine research
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
02 FEB

Improving researchers’ access to the Arctic

DTU is part of a new Arctic Research Icebreaker Consortium, which will provide researchers with improved access to investigate the Arctic

Marine research Polar research
09 JAN

How is the sea affected by climate change?

Sea animals and plants absorb massive quantities of CO 2 from the atmosphere and thus serve as a buffer against global warming. But will this change in line with the oceans...

Marine research Climate change
2017
17 NOV

Fast reproduction to sustain invasion success: Why do some species become invasive...

The number of non-native species which are recorded in new habitats outside their natural range is steadily increasing. Though thousands of species are daily transported...

Marine research Ecosystems Fisheries and fish stocks
29 SEP

Centre for Ocean Life extended until 2022

The Centre for Ocean Life at DTU Aqua has received DKK 15 million from VILLUM FONDEN to continue its work for another five years

Marine research Climate change Fisheries and fish stocks
08 MAY

Overview of PhD projects at DTU Aqua

The publication “PhD projects at DTU Aqua” presents DTU Aquas PhD students and their projects

Marine research Ecosystems Polar research Fisheries and fish stocks Aquaculture
21 FEB

Red algae form coral-like reefs in Greenland

Sometimes, red algae grow in coral-like formations. A PhD student is the first to identify 21 of these reefs off the coast of Greenland.

Marine research Polar research Mapping and surveying

News from DTU Aqua

Subscribe to news from DTU Aqua

 

News from DTU Aqua

https://www.aqua.dtu.dk/english/News?at=%7B559A7F23-40D3-470C-8825-436C20C291CF%7D.%7BE56D0AE3-755C-4C78-95E2-6D369D5C924F%7D%7C%7B559A7F23-40D3-470C-8825-436C20C291CF%7D.%7BE56D0AE3-755C-4C78-95E2-6D369D5C924F%7D.%7B8E16DFF0-D0BE-40FE-BB6E-D6F8516EAD17%7D&fr=1&lid=%7B1034965B-5B5F-455F-AD88-C41D5EAEE352%7D&mr=10&qt=NewsQuery
17 OCTOBER 2018