Grafik af Anja Frausing
07 APR

Living Ports in the finals for the 2022 World Sustainability Awards

A living port must also be a living marine environment full of fish and other living marine creatures. The interplay between construction and biodiversity in ports is...

Construction materials Building construction Coasts and harbours
foto Martin Nielsen
18 MAR

LED light research against bycatch in the air with the BBC

The sound of shoals of fish swimming away when light is lowered into their tank - this is something that listeners can hear in a BBC radio report from DTU Aqua in Hirtshals...

Fisheries and fish stocks Aquaculture Coasts and harbours
Deployment of a remote underwater video system to monitor a reef restoration site in Flensborg Fjord. Photo: Casper Tybjerg (
26 JAN

PhD defence about restoration and monitoring of rocky reefs

On 9 February 2022, Tim Wilms from DTU Aqua will defend his PhD thesis. It is possible to attend the defence online.

Fisheries and fish stocks Coasts and harbours Ecosystems
Sea trout. Photo: Niels Vestergaard,
10 DEC

Rocky reef to help sea trout in Lillebælt Nature Park

A new research project will investigate whether rocky reefs near a river mouth can support sea trout during their dangerous migration from freshwater to the sea.

Fisheries and fish stocks Coasts and harbours Ecosystems
Waves. Photo: Colourbox
27 APR

4,000 cubic metres of granite to protect fauna and coasts

How can we combine coastal protection with greater biodiversity? A new DTU project aims to investigate this topic.

Coasts and harbours Ecosystems Fisheries and fish stocks

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