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Projects "Ocean acidification" 2016

Projects in the flagship "Ocean acidification and ecosystem effects in northern waters" (Ocean acidification) 2016.

Flagship leader: Melissa Chierci, Institute of Marine Research, melissa.chierici@imr.no 

 

Understanding the physical and chemical mechanisms controlling ocean acidification (OA) in Arctic waters – past, present and future

 

Current OA state and variability

Project leader: Agneta Fransson agneta.fransson@npolar.no

Participating institutions: NPI, NIVA, IMR, UiT, UNIS, BedIn

 

Biogeochemical drivers and climate change on OA

Agneta Fransson agneta.fransson@npolar.no

NPI, IMR, UoH, BedIn

 

Biological effects of Ocean Acidification (OA)

Physiological challenges of OA on copepods

Howard Browman howardb@imr.no

 IMR, NPI, BOS, UoM, CU, RU

Transgenerational effects of OA

Caludia Halsband claudia.halsband@akvaplan.niva.no

ApN, NPI

 

Evolutionary adaptation during Arctic OA

Peter Thor peter.thor@npolar.no

NPI, ApN, UNIS, UQAR, UoGo, DTU

 

Ontogeny and physiological constraints on early life history stages of Lophelia pertusa

Johanna Järnegren johanna.jarnegren@nina.no

NINA, FSU

 

Pteropod shell thickness and composition in different regimes

Agneta Fransson agneta.fransson@npolar.no

NPI, IMR, JAMSTEC, PAS

 

Coupled climate-ecosystem-acidification modelling from organism to basin

 

Validation and comparison of coupled physicalbiogeochemical models

Philip Wallhead philip.wallhead@niva.no

 NIVA, IMR

 

Investigate pelagic ecosystem sensitivity and feedbacks to Arctic OA

Philip Wallhead philip.wallhead@niva.no

NIVA, IMR

 

Population-level effects of Arctic OA on copepods

Pedro Duarte pedro.duarte@npolar.no

NPI

 

Benthic-pelagic coupling of Arctic OA

Evgeny Yakushev evgeny.yakushev@niva.no

 NIVA

 

Socio-economic consequences and management options

 

Socio-economic consequences and management options of OA

Eirik Mikkelsen eirik.mikkelsen@norut.no

NORUT, UiT, NIVA, UoQ

Abbreviations: AARI: The Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute; ApN: Akvaplan-niva Inc.; AU: Aarhus University; AWI: Alfred Wegener Institute; BAS: British Antarctic Survey; BC: Bates College; BedIn: Bedford Institute; BOS: Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Science; BS: The Bjerknes Centre; CEBC: Centre d’Etudes Biologiques de Chizé; Cedre: Centre of Documentation, Research and Experimentation on Accidental Water Pollution; CEH: The Centre for Ecology & Hydrology; CNRS: The National Center for Scientific Research; CRRL: Control/Robotics Research Laboratory (NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering); CU: Clemson University; DTU: Technical University of Denmark; FMI: Finnish Meteorological Institute; FNI: Fridtjof Nansen Institue; FOC: Fisheries and Oceans Canada; FSU: Florida State University; JAMSTEC: Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology; IDAEA-CSIC: Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research – Spanish Council for Scientific Research; IMARES: Institute for Marine Resources & Ecosystem Studies; IMR: Institute of Marine Research; INSPQ: Public Health Expertise and Reference Centre - Québec; IVM: Institute for Environmental Studies; LIENSs: Littoral, Environment and Societies, La Rochelle University; LRU: La Rochelle University; LUKE: Natural Resources Institute Finland; MET: The Norwegian Meteorological Institute; MU: Massey University; NAMMCO: North Atlantic Marine Mammal Commission; NBIC: Norwegian Biodiversity Information Centre; NCA: The Norwegian Coastal Administration; NCAOR: National Centre for Antarctic and Ocean Research; NGU: Geological Survey of Norway; NIBIO: The Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research; NINA: Norwegian Institute for Nature Research; NIKU: The Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research; NILU: Norwegian Institute for Air Research; NIVA: Norwegian Institute for Water Research; NMBU: Norwegian University of Life Sciences; Nofima: The Norwegian Institute of Food, Fisheries and Aquaculture Research; NORUT: Northern Research Institute; NPI: Norwegian Polar Institute; NRPA: Norwegian Radiation Protection Authority; NTNU: Norwegian University of Science and Technology; OASYS: Ocean Atmosphere Systems - Research; PAS: Polish Academy of Sciences; PINRO: Polar Research Institute of Marine Fisheries and Oceanography; RAS: Russian Academy of Sciences; RECETOX: Research Centre for Toxic Compounds in the Environment; RU: Ryerson University; SAMS: The Scottish Association for Marine Science; SCNN: Science Centre of Northern Norway; SINTEF: The Company for Industrial Research areas/Project titles Project leader (s) Participating institutions Flagship E-mail project leader Consequences for cultural heritage and society Sea urchin harvest: Ecosystem recovery, integrated management of social-ecological system, ecosystem service and sustainability Wenting Chen NIVA, UiT, Nofima, UoC MIKON wenting.chen@niva.no The impact of extractive industries and tourism on socioecological dynamics in the Arctic Vera Hausner UiT, NINA MIKON vera.hausner@uit.no Ecosystem services and coastal governance Einar Eythorsson NIKU, Nofima MIKON einar.eythorsson@niku.no 12 and Technological Research; SIO: Scripps Institution of Oceanography; SRCES-RAS: Scientific Research Center for Ecological Safety - Russian Academy of Sciences; SU: Stockholm University; TCD: Trinity College Dublin; TI: Thule Institute; TM: Tromsø Municipality; TO: Troms Offshore; UAF: University of Alaska - Fairbanks; UiT: UiT The Arctic University of Norway; UNIS: The University Centre in Svalbard; UNN: University Hospital of North Norway; UoA: University of Antwerpen; UoC: University of California; UoCa: University of Calgary; UoF: University of Freiburg; UoG: University of Gent; UoGd: University of Gdańsk; UoGo: University of Gothenburg; UoGr: University of Groningen; UoH: University of Hokkaido; UoIs: University of Island; UoL: University of Leicester; UoLa: University of Laval; UoO: University of Oslo; UoOu: University of Oulu; UoM: University of Maine; UoMu: University of Murcia; UoNB: University of New Brunswick; UoQ: University of Queensland; UoR: University of Reading; UoStA: University of St. Andrews; UoWa: University of Waterloo; UQAR: Université du Québec à Rimouski; UT: University of Texas; UTu: University of Turku; VU: Vrije University Amsterdam; WHOI: Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution; WU: Wageningen University