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10 DEC

Fewer large, fat-rich copepods off Western Greenland

Birds and fish in the Disko Bay no longer have access to the same amount of two Arctic fat-rich copepod species as they did 25 years ago, according to recent research.

Food, fish and agriculture
29 NOV

PhD defence about consequences of barriers in streams for freshwater fish

On 6 December 2019, Kim Birnie-Gauvin will defend her PhD thesis at DTU Aqua, Silkeborg.

22 NOV

New professor in statistical modelling

Anders Nielsen has been appointed professor at DTU on statistical modelling of fish stocks and marine systems.

Fisheries and fish stocks Mathematical modelling Statistics
05 NOV

New professor in chemical oceanography

Colin Stedmon is appointed professor at DTU in the chemical composition of the oceans.

Marine research Climate change Organic chemistry
30 OCT

Researchers and industry share newest knowledge on environmentally friendly fish...

Participants from around the world gained insight into some of the World’s largest land-based recirculating aquaculture systems at the fifth NordicRAS Workshop.

Aquaculture Fish and shellfish Waste water and water discharge
18 OCT

New theory on fish ecology, evolution and exploitation

DTU researcher launches a new theory to model fish stocks and fish communities and applies it to current problems in fisheries science.

Fisheries and fish stocks Ecosystems Mathematical modelling
16 OCT

DTU to strengthen collaboration with Australian University

A new partnership agreement between DTU and The University of Queensland strengthens research collaboration.

03 OCT

New EU project on sustainable mesopelagic fisheries

Researchers look into whether organisms living deep in the oceans can be exploited in an ecologically and economically sustainable way.

Food, fish and agriculture
12 SEP

PhD defence about how marine fish communities respond to environmental pressures

On 27 September 2019, Esther Beukhof will defend her PhD thesis at DTU, Lyngby.

Fisheries and fish stocks Marine research Ecosystems
03 SEP

Marine ecological forecasts are a new tool for climate adaptation

DTU researcher develops short-term forecasts for marine life that can help the fishing industry to adapt to climate change.

Fisheries and fish stocks Marine research Climate change

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