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Cynthia Juyne Beegle-Krause

Senior Research Scientist

Cynthia Juyne Beegle-Krause

Senior Research Scientist

Cynthia Juyne Beegle-Krause
Phone: 930 02 631
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Department: Environment and New Resources
Office: Trondheim

Publications and responsibilities

Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=1573781

Globally, the projected increase in sea surface temperature is expected to facilitate large changes in the marine food web, affect coastal communities, marine ecosystem goods and services, global fisheries, tourism, aquaculture and others. This ongoing change takes place on different time scales, an...

Authors Alejandro Gallego Rory B. O'Hara Murray Barbara Berx William R. Turrell Cynthia Juyne Beegle-Krause Mark Inall Toby Sherwin John R. Siddorn Sarah L. Wakelin Vasyl Vlasenko Lars R Hole Knut-Frode Dagestad John Rees Lucy Short Petter Rønningen Charlotte E. Main Sebastien Legrand Tony Gutierrez Ursula Witte Nicole Mulanaphy
Year 2018
Type Academic literature review
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=1598465

Natural marine snow (NMS) is defined as the “shower” of particle aggregates formed by processes that occur in the world's oceans, consisting of macroscopic aggregates of detritus, living organisms and inorganic matter. Recent studies from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill suggest that marine snow is a...

Year 2018
Type Academic literature review
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=1561520

Renewed political and commercial interest in the resources of the Arctic, the reduction in the extent and thickness of sea ice, and the recent failings that led to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, have prompted industry and its regulatory agencies, governments, local communities and NGOs to look at ...

Authors Jeremy Wilkinson Cynthia Juyne Beegle-Krause Karl-ulrich Evers Nick Hughes Alun Lewis Mark Reed Peter Wadhams
Year 2017
Type Academic article
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=1518448

We investigated the effects of a warmer climate, and seasonal trends, on the fate of oil spilled in the Arctic. Three well blowout scenarios, two shipping accidents and a pipeline rupture were considered. We used ensembles of numerical simulations, using the OSCAR oil spill model, with environmental...

Authors Tor Nordam Dorien Dunnebier Cynthia Juyne Beegle-Krause Mark Reed Dag Slagstad
Year 2017
Type Academic article