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Rektors åpningsarrangement ved UiT i Narvik

Where: Auditorium 1, UiT i Narvik
When: 15.08.19 10:00

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Planning together works better

Through marine spatial planning Scotland can better manage its seas and coasts, especially if done transparently and collaboratively.


Kick-off meeting for a new EU project BFE and its partners from Tromsø celebrated on Thursday the start of a new European Union (EU) funded project about marine resource management. The Norwegian College of Fishery Science has been involved until now in 12 EU projects and FarFish is the last one added to the family. The objective of this project is to improve the knowledge about fisheries management outside Europe and among the partners of FarFish there are Brazil, Cap Verde, Mauritania, Morocco, Senegal and Seychelles.

Aquaculture fast expanding globally: How can we secure a sustainable use of our oceans? New book on Aquaculture Law and Policies. 21 writers from 12 different countries have contributed.

The new book on small-scale fisheries is ‘too big to ignore’ Svein Jentoft (The Norwegian College of Fisheries Science) and Ratana Chuenpagdee (Memorial University) release an 800-page book titled “Interactive governance for small-scale fisheries: global reflections”, published by Springer.

Fra havets dyp til toppen av seierspallen! BFE-fakultetet gratulerer "vår egen" professor i biologi, Audun Rikardsen, med stor naturfotopris i London.

Limt fast på Svalbard! Ikke alle rovdyr er avhengig av synet for å finne sine byttedyr – noen bruker også lim. Byttedyrene fanges ved at de bokstavelig talt ”går på limpinnen”! Jørgen Berge fra institutt for Arktisk og Marin Biologi og Geir Johnsen fra NTNU forteller om spennende skapninger i fjordene rundt Svalbard.

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