Publikasjoner og ansvarsområder
Zooplankton-based monitoring of offshore produced water discharges
North Sea Produced Water PAH Exposure and Uptake in Early Life Stages of Atlantic Cod - A modelling study
North sea produced water PAH exposure and uptake in early life stages of Atlantic Cod
Simulating crude oil exposure, uptake and effects in North Atlantic Calanus finmarchicus populations
A simulation model framework (SYMBIOSES) that includes a 3-dimensional ocean physics and biology model and a model for transport and fate of oil was used to investigate the potential for bioaccumulation and lethal/sublethal effects of oil components in the copepod Calanus finmarchicus in the Lofoten...
High-resolution numerical modelling of a marine mine tailings discharge in Western Norway
DiTail - Disposal of mine tailings in Norwegian fjords and impacts on key ecosystem species.
Guidelines and best available techniques for submarine tailings disposal in Norwegian fjords: Recommendations from the NYKOS project.
Gruvedrift i Norge er for tiden i en fase med økt vekst og nye miljøbestemmelser. For mange gruver er håndtering av store mengder mineralske avgangsmasser fra oppredningsverket en betydelig utfordring. En måte å løse dette på er å deponere avgangen på bunnen av fjorder i såkalte sjødeponier (STD...
Numerical analysis of boundary conditions in a Lagrangian particle model for vertical mixing, transport and surfacing of buoyant particles in the water column
Lagrangian particle models are used for many applications in the ocean sciences, including transport modelling of oil spills, fish eggs and larvae, plastics, and sediment particles. In the context of oil spill modelling, there are numerous papers discussing entrainment of surface oil by breaking...