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Nofima traaler 2051
Published 11.09.2019 - Updated 11.09.2019

Research centre lands a good catch

Smart fishing gear, scientific publications and training new researchers are just a few of the achievements of the Centre for Research-based Innovation in Sustainable fish capture and Pre-processing technology (CRISP).  

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Kombo
Published 20.05.2019 - Updated 20.05.2019

Two of our students

Ragnhild Aven Svalheim and Jesse Brinkhof are two of CRISP’s PhD-students who have recently defended their dissertation.

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kjersti
Published 11.04.2018 - Updated 11.04.2018

Annual Report 2017

In this seventh CRISP year, the process of developing new knowledge, new fishing gears and instruments for the fishing fleet as important tools for making the trawl and purse seine fisheries more sustainable has continued. These achievements have only been possible because of extensive cooperation between the centre’s industry partners and research institutes.

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DeepV
Published 07.11.2017 - Updated 07.11.2017

Deep Vision acoustic integration

Christian Michelsen Research has integrated support for Deep Vision images in their acoustic interpretation software LSSS. See video of the new functionality in use on a recent cruise conducted by the Institute of Marine Research (IMR), Norway.

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Captureåssmelding
Published 25.04.2017 - Updated 07.11.2017

Annual report 2016

In this sixth CRISP year the process of developing new knowledge, new fishing gears and instruments for the fishing fleet as important tools for making the trawl and purse seine fisheries more sustainable has continued. These achievements have only been possible because of extensive cooperation between the centre’s industry partners and research institutes. 

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Group photo
Published 10.10.2016 - Updated 10.10.2016

Presented CRISP at the high-level Ny-Ålesund symposium

Manager Aud Vold presented the CRISP project at this year’s Ny-Ålesund symposium which aimed to highlight the ocean as an important source of food, fossil and renewable energy and a rich source of genetic resources, provided a sustainable approach to the oceans.

 

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Publication from Cristin

Quirky patterns in time-series of estimates of recruitment could be artefacts.

Dickey-Collas, Mark; Hintzen, Niels T.; Nash, Richard David Marriott; Schön, Pieter-Jan; Payne, Mark R.. 2015, ICES Journal of Marine Science.

Academic article

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Acute toxic effects of hydrogen peroxide, used for salmon lice treatment, on the survival of polychaetes (Capitella sp. and Ophryotrocha spp.).

Fang, Jinghui; Samuelsen, Ole Bent; Strand, Øivind; Jansen, Henrice M. 2018, Aquaculture Environment Interactions.

Academic article

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Large scale surveys for cetaceans: Line transect assumptions, reliability of abundance estimates and improving survey efficiency - A response to MacLeod.

Hammond, Philip S.; Gillespie, Douglas; Lovell, Phil; Samarra, Filipa; Swift, René; Macleod, Kelly; Tasker, Mark L; Berggren, Per; Borchers, David L.; Burt, Louise et al.. 2014, Biological Conservation.

Letter to the editor

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Impact of climate change on Antarctic krill.

Flores, H; Atkinson, A; Kawaguchi, S; Krafft, Bjørn Arne; Milinevsky, G; Nicol, S.; Reiss, Charles; Tarling, GA; Werner, R; Rebolledo, E Bravo et al.. 2012, Marine Ecology Progress Series.

Academic literature review

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Effects of mixtures of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) derived from cod liver oil on H295R steroidogenesis.

Montano, Mauricio; Zimmer, Karin; Dahl, Ellen; Berg, Vidar; Olsaker, Ingrid; Skåre, Janneche Utne; Murk, Albertinka J.; Ropstad, Erik; Verhaegen, Steven. 2011, Food and Chemical Toxicology.

Academic article

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