Publications and responsibilities
The effect of intrinsic properties and UV-degradation on the fate of microplastic fibers in the marine environment
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Optimizing land-based fish production in next generation digital recirculating aquaculturesystems
Response of bacterial communities in Barents Sea sediments in case of a potential CO2 leakage from carbon reservoirs
Carbon capture and storage sites in Barents Sea shelf are currently in progress as part of climate change mitigation activities. However environmental impacts of a possible CO2 seepage on bacterial community are lacking knowledge. This work addressed potential consequences on bacterial communities...
Overvåking av bakteriesamfunn i settefiskproduksjon
Overvåking av bakteriesamfunn i settefiskproduksjon. En studia av fem RAS-anlegg
DigiRAS: Optimizing land-based fish production in next generation digital recirculating aquaculture systems
Monitoring microbiota in land-based aquaculture systems
Impact of UV degradation on the fate and potential impact of textile microfibers and their additive chemicals in the marine environment
Microfibers (MFs) are frequently reported as the most dominant type of microplastic (MP) found in the marine water column and sediments. A major source of MFs is the use and washing of textiles. Although WWTPs can remove up to 98% of MP, estimates suggest billions of MP are still released from a...