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Silje Forbord

Research Scientist

Silje Forbord

Research Scientist

Silje Forbord
Phone: 971 22 001
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Department: Fisheries and New Biomarine Industry
Office: Trondheim

Publications and responsibilities

Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/1907650/

To reach the goal of large-scale seaweed cultivation in Norway and the rest of Europe, new knowledge about the commercially important kelp species Saccharina latissima is needed. Efforts to maximise biomass by outplanting the seaweed in different seasons can affect seaweed quality. Here, we...

Authors Böris Sanna Christina A Matsson Anna Metaxas Silje Forbord Svein Kristiansen Aleksander Handå Bodil Bluhm
Year 2021
Type Academic article
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/1878207/

Macroalgae aquaculture is thriving, and kelps such as Saccharina latissima, are now farmed over different production sites across Europe. Macroalgae production in integrated multi-trophic aquaculture setups is gaining relevance due to increased biomass yield and bioremediation potential...

Authors João P. Monteiro Tânia Melo Jorunn Skjermo Silje Forbord Ole Jacob Broch Pedro Domingues Ricardo Calado M. Rosário Domingues
Year 2021
Type Academic article
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/1831007/

To reach the goal of large-scale seaweed cultivation in Norway, new knowledge concerning commercially important species like the kelp Saccharina latissima is essential. This includes fundamental understanding of physiological mechanisms like nutrient uptake kinetics to better understand its...

Authors Silje Forbord Siv Anina Etter Ole Jacob Broch Vegard Rønning Dahlen Yngvar Olsen
Year 2020
Type Academic article
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/1768814/

The aquaculture of macroalgae for human consumption and other high-end applications is experiencing unprecedented development in European countries, with the brown algae Saccharina latissima being the flag species. However, environmental conditions in open sea culture sites are often unique, which...

Authors João Monteiro Felisa Rey Tânia Melo Ana S. P. Moreira Jean‐François Arbona Jorunn Skjermo Silje Forbord Jon Funderud Diogo Raposo Philip D. Kerrison Marie-Mathilde Perrineau Claire Gachon Pedro Domingues Ricardo Calado M. Rosário Domingues
Year 2020
Type Academic article