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A long-term perspective on the Chrysochromulina bloom on the Norwegian Skagerrak coast 1988: a catastrophe or an innocent incident?
(Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2000-11-22)
The long-term effects of the 1988 algal bloom (Chrysochromulina polylepis Manton et Parke) along the Norwegian Skagerrak coast are evaluated and discussed on the basis of several monitoring programmes. Effects on individual ...
Spring bloom nutrient dynamics in the Oslofjord
(Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2001-09-10)
Primary production and uptake rates of ammonium, nitrate and silicic acid were measured during the 1996 spring bloom in the Oslofjord, southern Norway, using isotope methodology (14C, 15N and 32Si). Chlorophyll a (chl a) ...
Why do jellyfish bloom in Norwegian waters and what can be done to recover the ecosystems in the North Sea and on the Norwegian coast?
The ecosystems with their relationships between fish species and stocks, have been established by evolution for millions of years, but only during the last 50 years, the ecosystems in the North Sea and along the Norwegian ...
Grazing by the heterotrophic dinoflagellate Protoperidinium steinii on a Ceratium bloom
(Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2002-01-11)
Variations in heterotrophic dinoflagellate populations at a station in the inner Oslofjord, Norway, were studied by sampling at ca 4 d intervals. Cells were concentrated from 1 l samples by filtration before being counted ...