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Perspektiver på taredyrking i Norge
Verdiskapning og arbeidsplasser i marine næringer – muligheter for framtida
Hun vil dyrke tare for å fjerne CO2
Sintef vil lagre CO2 i storskala taredyrkingsanlegg
Latitudinal and seasonal variations of growth and chemical content of the sugar kelp Saccharina latissima along the Norwegian coast
Cultivation protocol for Saccharina latissima- state of the art and new technology development
The Kelp Cultivation Potential in Coastal and Offshore Regions of Norway
We have evaluated the cultivation potential of sugar kelp (Saccharina latissima) as a function of latitude and position (near- and offshore) along the Norwegian coast using a coupled 3D hydrodynamic-biogeochemical-kelp model system (SINMOD) run for four growth seasons (2012-2016). The results are sp...
Variations in polyphenol and heavy metal contents of wild-harvested and cultivated seaweed bulk biomass: Health risk assessment and implication for food applications
Seaweeds are increasingly used in European cuisines due to their nutritional value. Many algal constituents, such as polyphenols, are important antioxidants and thus considered beneficial to humans. However, many seaweed species can accumulate heavy metals and exhibit potential health risks upon ing...