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JoLynn Carroll

Assistant Director (Akvaplan-niva), Professor II (UiT)

Research interests:
  • Detection of ecosystem responses to anthropogenic impact factors-ecosystem-based modeling for scenario assessments
  • Arctic environment and climate change
  • Sediment biogeochemistry
  • Methane hydrate ecosystems in a changing Arctic
  • Modern sedimentation and geochronology
  • Arctic contaminant transport and cycling.
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Akvaplan-nivaManagement and Administration Work address Akvaplan-niva AS Fram Centre Tromsø 9296 Norway Cell Phone: +47 47 04 38 44

Research interests:

  • Detection of ecosystem responses to anthropogenic impact factors-ecosystem-based modeling for scenario assessments
  • Arctic environment and climate change
  • Sediment biogeochemistry
  • Methane hydrate ecosystems in a changing Arctic
  • Modern sedimentation and geochronology
  • Arctic contaminant transport and cycling.

Running national and international projects:

  • Principal Investigator: An advanced software tool for holistic environmental impact assessment that fulfills the needs of integrated management – Norwegian Research Council DEMO 2000 program (2014-2016).
  • Principal Investigator (Workpackage Leader): ARCEx – Research Centre for Arctic Petroleum Exploration – Norwegian Research Council PETROMAKS program (2013-2021).
  • Principal Investigator (Workpackage Leader): CAGE – Centre for Arctic gas hydrate energy and environmental technology. NFR Centre of Excellence located at the University of Tromsø (2013-2021).

Completed national and international projects (2010 to present):

  • Knowledge assessment of data and models for Arctic Ice Covered Waters. Statoil (2013-2014).
  • Partner: CAMARE- Accidental discharge project. ConocoPhillips (2012-2014).
  • Partner: Environmental impacts of Arctic oil spills and Arctic spill response technologies. Arctic oil spill response technology – Joint Industry Programme administered by: International Association of Oil and Gas Producers (2012).
  • Principal Investigator: SYMBIOSES-System for biology based assessments. NFR Oceans & Seas program (2011-2013).
  • Partner: CASE- The Changing Arctic and Sub-Arctic Environment: a research and training program on marine biotic indicators of recent climate changes in the high latitudes of the North Atlantic (2010-2014).  European Union Marie Curie Program.
  • Partner: MARES- Marine Ecosystem Health and Conservation (http://www.mares-eu.org). Project financed by: European Union.
  • Partner: ‘CETIA- coastal environment, technology and innovation in the Arctic (2011-2013). Project financed by: European Union.
  • Lead Investigator: Arctic Ocean Acidification. Project lead by Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Program. Project financed by: Nordic Ministers of Research (2010-2012).
  • Principal Investigator: A natural oil spill containment system for deployment under Arctic coastal sea conditions. NFR PETROMAKS (Pre project 2010).
  • Partner: The Changing Arctic and Sub-Arctic environment. Initial Training Network. EU Marie Curie Program. http://caseitn.epoc.u-bordeaux1.fr/ (2010-2013).
  • Partner: Environmental Industrial Waste Management Center (EWMA). University of Tromsø. NFR and ENI Norge (2006-2015).
  • Partner: Arctic Tipping Points. EU 7th framework project on climate change impacts and thresholds on Arctic Ocean systems (2009-2012).

Relevant publications – Books, book chapters and guest editorials:

  1. Potts, T., Valcic, B. and Carroll, J.,Carroll, M. 2014. ‘The practicalities of ecosystem based management and climate change in the Barents Sea: the ECOBAR project.’ In: Kwon, M-S, Schofield, C.H. and Lee, S. (eds), The Limits of Maritime Jurisdiction, (The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, Law of the Sea Institute, 2014).
  2. Olsen, G.H., Carroll, J., Dahle, S., Larsen, L.H., Camus, L. (2013). Challenges performing risk assessment in the Arctic. In: Lee K, Neff J (eds) Produced water: environmental risks and advances in mitigation technologies. Springer, New York, pp.  521-536.
  3. Carroll, J. and Zaborska, A. 2010. Radioactivity in the Arctic Ocean and Arctic Shelf Seas. In: Radionuclides in the Environment. (Ed. D. Atwood.) Wiley. 560 pages. ISBN: 978-0-470-71434-8
  4. Wassmann, P., Carroll, J., Bellerby, R., 2008. Carbon flux and ecosystem feedback in the northern Barents Sea in an era of climate change: an introduction. Deep-Sea Research, 55:2143-2153.
  5. Carroll, J. & I. Lerche. (2003). Sedimentary Processes: Quantification using Radionuclides. Elsevier. 272 pp.
  6. Carroll, M.L. & J. Carroll. (2003). The Arctic Seas. In: Biogeochemistry of Marine Systems. (Ed. K.D. Black and G.B. Shimmield).  Blackwell Publishing. Pg. 127-156.
  7. Duursma, E.K., J. Carroll (1996).  Environmental compartments, equilibria and assessment of processes between air, water, sediments and biota.  Springer, Berlin, 277 pp.

Relevant publications – Research articles in peer-reviewed journals (from 2010-present):

  1. Lopez, J.L., Golemba, M., Hernández, E., Lozada, M., Dionisi, H., Jansson, J., Carroll, J., Lundgren, L., Sjöling, S., Mac Cormack, W.P. (2015) Microbial and viral-like rhodopsins in coastal marine sediments from four polar and subpolar regions: are rhodopsin segregated by geographic locations? Nature (submitted).
  2. Ambrose, W., Panieri, G., Carroll, M., Schneider, A., Plaza-Faverola, A., Carroll, M. L. Åström, E., Locke IV, W., Carroll, J. (2015) Bivalve shell horizons in seafloor pockmarks of the last glacial-interglacial transition suggest a thousand years of methane emissions in the Arctic Ocean, Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems (in review).
  3. Navarro, V.C., Jæger, I., Honkonen, J., Kukkonen, J., Camus, L., Carroll, J. (2015) Bioaccumulation, biotransformation and elimination of pyrene in the arctic crustacean Gammarus setosus (Amphipoda) at two temperatures Marine Environmental Research, (in press)
  4. Dijkstra, N., Junttila, J., Carroll, J., Husum, K., Hald, M. (2015) Natural variability of benthic foraminiferal assemblages and metal concentrations during the last 150 yrs in the Ingøydjupet trough, SW Barents Sea. Marine Micropaleontology (in press).
  5. Junttila, J., Carroll, J., Dijkstra, N. (2015) Variability of present and past PAH concentrations in sediments of the SW Barents Sea.  Norwegian Journal of Geology (in press).
  6. Junttila, J., Carroll, J., Husum, K., Dijkstra, N. (2014) Sediment transport and deposition in the Ingøydjupet trough, SW Barents Sea. Continental Shelf Research.76: 53-63.
  7. Dijkstra, N., Junttila, J., Carroll, J., Husum, K., Elvebakk, G., Godtliebsen, F. 2013. Baseline benthic foraminiferal assemblages and habitat conditions in a sub-Arctic region of increasing petroleum development. Marine Environmental Research 92:178-196.
  8. Olsen G.H., Klok C., Hendriks A.J., Geraudie P., De Hoop L., De Laender F., Farmen E., Grøsvik B.E., Hansen B.H., Hjorth M., Jansen C.R., Nordtug T., Ravagnan E., Viaene K., Carroll J. (2013). A synthesis of petroleum ecotoxicology data for selected cold-water species of fish and zooplankton. Journal of Environmental Research. 90: 9-17.
  9. Jensen, L.K., Jæger, I., Honkanen J., Carroll, JL (2012) Bioaccumulation of phenanthrene and benzo[a]pyrene in Calanus finmarchicus. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 78: 225-231.
  10. Carroll, J. and Smit, M. (2011) An integrated modeling framework for decision support in ecosystem-based management: case study Lofoten/Barents Sea. SPE International.
  11. Skarðhamar J, Reigstad M, Carroll J, Eiane K, Riser CW, Slagstad D. 2011. Effects of Mortality changes on biomass and production in Calanus spp. populations. Aquatic Biology. 12: 129-145.
  12. Reigstad M, Carroll J, Slagstad, D., Ellingsen, I., Wassman, P. 2011. Intra-regional comparison of productivity, carbon flux and ecosystem composition within the northern Barents Sea. Progress in Oceanography. 90:33-46.
  13. Olsen, G.H., Carroll, J., Dahle, S., Larsen, L.H., Camus, L. (2011). Challenges performing risk assessment in the Arctic. In: Lee K, Neff J (eds) Produced water: environmental risks and advances in mitigation technologies. Springer, New York, pp.  521-536.
  14. Olsen, G.H., Smit, M., Carroll, J., Jæger, I., Smith, T., Camus, L. 2011. Arctic versus temperate comparison of risk assessment metrics for 2-methyl-naphthalene. Marine Environmental Research. 72:179-187.
  15. Carroll, J. and Zaborska, A. 2010. Radioactivity in the Arctic Ocean and Arctic Shelf Seas. In: Radionuclides in the Environment. (Ed. D. Atwood.) Wiley. 560 pages. ISBN: 978-0-470-71434-8
  16. De Laender, F., Olsen, G.H., Grøsvik, B.E., Grung, M., Hansen, B.H., Hendriks, A.J., Janssen, C.R., Klok, C., Nortug, T., Smit, M., Carroll, J., Camus, L. 2011. Ecotoxicological mechanisms and models in an impact analysis tool for oil spills. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health.74:605-619.
  17. Carroll J, Lerche I. Sedimentary radioactive tracers and diffusive models. 2010. Journal of Environmental Radioactivity. 101: 597-600.
  18. Hessen, D. O., Carroll, J., Kjeldstad, B., Korosov, A.A., Pettersson, L.H., Pozdnyakov, D., Sørensen, K. 2010. Input of organic carbon as determinant of nutrient fluxes, light, climate and productivity in the Ob and Yenisey estuaries. Est. & Cont. Shelf Science. 88:53-62.
  19. Maiti, K., Carroll, J., Benitz-Nelson, C. R., (2010).  Sedimentation and particle dynamics in the Barents Sea Marginal Ice Zone. Journal of Marine Systems. 79: 185-198.
  20. Jensen, L. K., Carroll, J. 2010. Experimental studies of reproduction and feeding for two Arctic dwelling Calanus species exposed to crude oil. Aquatic Biology. 10:261-271.
  21. Zaborska, A., Mietelski, J.W., Carroll, J., Papucci, C., Pempkowiak, J. 2010. Sources and distri-butions of 137Cs, 238Pu, and 239,240Pu in the northwestern Barents Sea. J. Environ Rad 101:323-331.

 

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Michael Carroll

Senior researcher (Akvaplan-niva), Professor II (UiT)

Research interests: Arctic Benthic Biology and Ecology:
  • Benthic community structure and functioning
  • Climate variability and ecosystem forcing
  • Food web dynamics and trophic structure
  • Adaptations to environmental variability
  • Long-term community compositional changes in marine communities
  • Bivalve Sclerochronology.
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Akvaplan-nivaArctic R&D Work address Akvaplan-niva AS Fram Centre Tromsø 9296 Norway Work Phone: +47 77 75 03 18

Research interests:

Arctic Benthic Biology and Ecology:

  • Benthic community structure and functioning
  • Climate variability and ecosystem forcing
  • Food web dynamics and trophic structure
  • Adaptations to environmental variability
  • Long-term community compositional changes in marine communities
  • Bivalve Sclerochronology.

Running national and international projects:

  • “Exploring the role of oceanic and atmospheric forcing on Arctic marine climate from newly developed annual shell based records in coastal Norway”. U.S. National Science Foundation (International Partner)
  • “Reconstruction of Environmental Histories Using Long-Lived Bivalve Shells in the Norwegian Arctic (RELIC)”. Norwegian Research Council (Project Coordinator)
  • “Annually-resolved archives of marine climate change – development of molluscan sclerochronology for marine environmental monitoring and climatology (ARAMACC)”. EU 7th Framework, Marie Curie Initial Training Network (Associate Partner)
  • “Influence of pollution and climate variation in rivers and coastal waters indicated by freshwater and marine bivalves”. Fram Center Flagship Contaminants (Project Coordinator, Co-Principal Investigator)
  • “Effects of climate on cod life history and ecology along a temperate-arctic gradient (CODCHRON)”. Fram Center Flagship Fjord & Coast (Co-Principal Investigator)
  • “Life on the edge – Blue mussels on Svalbard” Fram Center Flagship Fjord & Coast (Collaborator)

Completed national and international projects:

  • “Ecosystem structure and use of marine resources from bivalve and fish bone proxies”. Fram Center Flagship Fjord & Coast (Project Coordinator, Co-Principal Investigator)
  • “Clams as climate and ecosystem recorders during the Holocene”. Fram Center Flagship Fjord & Coast (Project Coordinator)
  • “The Kongsfjord – HAUSGARTEN – transect case study:  Impact of climate change on Arctic marine community structures and food webs”. StatoilHydro (HERMES Program) (Co-Principal Investigator).
  • “Benthic Macrofauna: Environmental Variation Baselines and Effects of Stressors”. StatoilHydro (Project Coordinator, Principal Investigator).
  • “Historical Polar Front Transect”. StatoilHydro – ARCTOS Arctic Research Program. (Principal Investigator)
  • “Diet and Reproductive Output in Arctic Molluscs: the Importance of Ice Algae and Phytoplankton (DREAM)”. Norwegian Research Council, Norway-U.S. Bilateral Research Program for Polar Research (Project Coordinator, Principal Investigator).
  • “Norwegian Component of the Ecosystem Studies of Subarctic and Arctic Regions (NESSAR)”. Norwegian Research Council, International Polar Year Program (Co-Principal Investigator).
  • “Benthic community response to long term effects from exposure to offshore discharges”. Norwegian Research Council, PROOF Program (Co-Principal Investigator).
  • “Life at the edge:  Benthic communities at the Barents Sea ice edge in a changing climate (BASICC)”. Norwegian Research Council: East European Programme for Russia (Co-Principal Investigator).
  • “Carbon flux and ecosystem feed back in the northern Barents Sea in an era of climate change”. Norwegian Research Council: NORKLIMA Programme (20 million NOK, Awarded to Paul Wassmann, Norwegian College of Fisheries Sciences).  (Co-Principal Investigator; Scientific Steering Committee).
  • “Digestibility of ice algae and phytoplankton: The potential impacts of changing food supply to the arctic benthos”. Norwegian Research Council/National Science Foundation Joint U.S.-Norway Research
  • “On Thin Ice?  Climatic Influence on Energy Flow and Trophic Structure in Arctic Marine Ecosystems”. Norwegian Research Council: ARKTØK Programme. (Coordinator).
  • “Development of monitoring guidelines and modeling tools for environmental effects from Mediterranean aquaculture (MERAMED)”. EU 5th Framework: Quality of Life; Management of Living Resources (Co-Principal Investigator; Scientific Steering Committee).
  • “Trajectories of Marine Ecosystem Response to Arctic Climate Change:  A Barents-Bering Sea Comparison”.  International Arctic Research Center  (Fairbanks, Alaska USA) (Co-Principal Investigator).
  • “Environmental Status of the North Sea”. Norwegian Oil Industry Consortium (OLF). (Coordinator)
  • “Circumpolar Atlas of Resources at Risk From Oil Spills in the Arctic”.  EPPR working group of the Arctic Council. (Project Leader).

Relevant scientific publications:

  1. Åström, E.K.L., M.L. Carroll, W.G. Ambrose, A. Sen, A. Silyakova. J. Carroll. 2017. Methane Cold Seeps as a Biological Oasis in the High-Arctic Deep-sea. Submitted to Limnology and Oceanography, April 2017
  2. Serov, P., S. Vadakkepuliyambatta, J. Mienert, H. Patton, A. Portnov, A. Silyakova, G. Panieri, M.L. Carroll, J. Carroll. 2017. Post-glacial collapse of an Arctic gas hydrate field in a warming world. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA. doi/10.1073/pnas.1619288114
  3. Åström, E.K.L., P.G. Oliver, M.L. Carroll. 2017. A new Genus and two new Species of Thyasiridae Associated with Methane Seeps off Svalbard, Arctic Ocean. Marine Biology Research 4(13):402-416. DOI: 10.1080/17451000.2016.1272699
  4. Ballesta-Artero, I.; R. Witbaard; M.L. Carroll; van der Meer, J. 2017. Environmental factors regulating gaping activity of the bivalve Arctica islandica in Northern Norway. Marine Biology, 164: 116. DOI: 10.1007/s00227-017-3144-7
  5. Vihtakari, M, W.G. Ambrose Jr., P.E. Renaud, W.L. Locke, M.L. Carroll, J. Berge, L.J. Clarke, F. Cottier, H. Hop. 2016. A key to the past? Element ratios as environmental proxies in two Arctic bivalves. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 465:316-332. DOI: 10.1016/j.palaeo.2016.10.020
  6. Steinhardt, J., P. Butler, M.L. Carroll, J. Hartley. 2016. The application of long-lived bivalve sclerochronology in environmental baseline monitoring. Frontiers in Maine Science, 3:176. doi: 10.3389/fmars.2016.00176.
  7. Åström, E.K.L., M.L. Carroll, W.G. Ambrose, J. Carroll. 2016. Arctic cold seeps in marine methane hydrate environments: Impacts on shelf macro-benthic community structure offshore Svalbard. Marine Ecology Progress Series 552:1-18.
  8. Vihtakari, M, P.E. Renaud, L.J. Clarke, M.J. Whitehouse, H. Hop, M.L. Carroll, W.G. Ambrose Jr. 2015. Decoding the Oxygen Isotope Signal for Seasonal Growth Patterns in Arctic Bivalves. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (submitted July 2015).
  9. Ambrose Jr. W.G., G. Panieri, A. Schneider, A. Plaza-Faverola, M.L. Carroll, E. Åström, W.L. Locke IV, J. Carroll. 2015. Bivalve Shell Horizons in Seafloor Pockmarks of the Last Glacial-interglacial Transition Suggest a Thousand Years of Methane Emissions in the Arctic Ocean. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems (revised October 2015)
  10. Mette, M.J., A.D. Wanamaker Jr., M.L. Carroll, W.G. Ambrose Jr., M.J. Retelle. 2015. Linking large-scale climate variability with Arctica islandica shell growth and geochemistry in northern Norway. Limnology and Oceanography (accepted, October 2015)
  11. Ambrose, W.G., L. Clough, J. Johnson, M. Greenacre, D. Griffith, M. Carroll, A. Whiting 2014. Interpreting environmental change in coastal Alaska using traditional and scientific ecological knowledge. Front. Mar. Sci. 1:40. doi: 10.3389/fmars.2014.00040
  12. Potts, T., B. Valcic, J. Carroll, M.L. Carroll. 2014. The Practicalities of the Ecosystem Approach in the Barents Sea: The ECOBAR project. Chapter 26 In: The Limits of Marine Jurisdiction.  C. Schofield, S. Lee and M.-S. Kwan (eds). Brill Academic Publishing, Leiden. ISBN: 9789004262584
  13. Carroll, M.L., W.G. Ambrose, W.L. Locke, S.K. Ryan, B.J. Johnson. 2014. Bivalve growth rate and isotopic variability across the Barents Sea Polar Front. Journal of Marine Systems 130:167-180.
  14. Søreide, J.E., M.L. Carroll, H. Hop, W.G. Ambrose, E.N. Hegseth, S. Falk-Petersen. 2013. Trophic structures and carbon flows in Arctic and Atlantic waters around Svalbard revealed by stable isotopic and fatty acid tracers.  Marine Biology Research 9:831-850.
  15. Henkes, G.A. B.H. Passey, A.D. Wanamaker Jr., E.L. Grossman, W.G. Ambrose Jr., M.L. Carroll 2013. Carbonate clumped isotope compositions of modern marine mollusk and brachiopod shells. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 106:307-325.
  16. Carroll, M.L., W.G. Ambrose 2012. Benthic Infaunal Community Variability on the Northern Svalbard Shelf. Polar Biology 35:1259-1272. DOI: 10.1007/s00300-012-1171
  17. Ambrose, W.G., P.E. Renaud, W.E. Locke, F. Cottier, J. Berge, M.L. Carroll, B.S. Levin, S. Ryan, 2012. Growth line deposition and variability in growth of two circumpolar bivalves (Serripes groenlandicus and Clinocardium ciliatum). Polar Biology 35:345-354. DOI: 10.1007/s00300-011-1080-4
  18. Carroll, M.L., W.G. Ambrose, B.S. Levin, W.E. Locke, G.A. Henkes, H. Hop, P.E. Renaud. 2011. Pan-Svalbard growth rate variability and environmental regulation in the Arctic bivalve Serripes groenlandicus. Journal of Marine Systems 88: 239-251. doi: 10.1016/j.jmarsys.2011.04.010
  19. Piepenburg, D., Archambault, P., Ambrose, W.G., Blanchard, A., Bluhm, B., Carroll, M.L., Conlan, K., Cusson, M., Feder, H., Grebmeier, J.M., Jewett, S., Lévesque, M., Petryashev, V.V., Sejr, M.K., Sirenko, B.I., Wlodarska-Kowalczuk, M. 2011. The biodiversity of the benthic macro- and megafauna of Arctic shelf seas – a pan-Arctic synopsis of magnitude and patterns. Marine Biodiversity 41:51-70. doi: 10.1007/s12526-010-0059-7
  20. Carroll, M.L., W.G. Ambrose Jr., B.S. Levin, A.R. Ratner, S.K. Ryan, G.A. Henkes. 2011. Climatic Regulation of Clinocardium ciliatum (bivalvia) growth in the northwestern Barents Sea. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 302:10-20. doi:10.1016/j.palaeo.2010.06.001
  21. Sun, M.-Y., L.M. Clough, M.L. Carroll, J. Dai, W.G. Ambrose, G.R. Lopez. 2009. Different responses of two common Arctic macrobenthic species (Macoma balthica and Monoporeia affinis) to phytoplankton and ice algae: Will climate change impacts be species specific? Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 376:110-121. doi:10.1016/j.jembe.2009.06.018
  22. Carroll, M.L., B. Johnson, G.A. Henkes, K.W. McMahon, A. Voronkov, W.G. Ambrose Jr., S.G. Denisenko. 2009. Bivalves as indicators of environmental variation and potential anthropogenic impacts in the southern Barents Sea. Marine Pollution Bulletin 59:193-206. doi:10.1016/j.marpolbul.2009.02.022.
  23. Carroll, M.L., S.G. Denisenko, P.E. Renaud, W.G. Ambrose Jr. 2008. Benthic Infauna of the Seasonally Ice-Covered Western Barents Sea: Patterns and relationships to environmental forcing. Deep Sea Research II 55: 2340-2351. doi:10.1016/j.dsr2.2008.05.022
  24. Carroll, J., A. Zaborska, C. Papucci, A. Schirone, M.L. Carroll, J. Pempkowiak. 2008. Accumulation of organic carbon in western Barents Sea sediments. Deep Sea Research II 55: 2361-2371. doi:10.1016/j.dsr2.2008.05.005
  25. Renaud, P.E, N. Morata, M.L. Carroll, S.G. Denisenko, M. Reigstad. 2008. Pelagic-benthic coupling in the western Barents Sea: Processes and time scales. Deep Sea Research II 55: 2372-2380. doi:10.1016/j.dsr2.2008.05.017
  26. Søreide, J.E., E.N. Hegseth, S. Falk-Petersen, H. Hop, M.L. Carroll, K.A. Hobson, K. Blachowiak-Samolyk, and K. Dmoch. 2008. Seasonal feeding strategies of Calanus in the high-Arctic Svalbard region. Deep Sea Research II 55: 2225-2244. doi.org/10.1016/j.dsr2.2008.05.024
  27. Tamelander, T., M. Reigstad, H. Hop, M.L. Carroll, P. Wassmann. 2008.  Pelagic and sympagic contribution of organic matter to zooplankton and vertical export in the Barents Sea marginal ice zone. Deep Sea Research II 55: 2330-2339. doi.org/10.1016/j.dsr2.2008.05.019
  28. Zaborska, A., J. Carroll, C. Papucci, L. Torriceli, M.L. Carroll, J. Walkusz-Miotk, J. Pempkowiak. 2008. Recent sediment accumulation rates for the western margin of the Barents Sea. Deep Sea Research II 55: 2352-2360. doi:10.1016/j.dsr2.2008.05.026.
  29. Carroll, M.L., S.G. Denisenko, A. Voronkov, W.G. Ambrose Jr., G. Henkes, S. Bosheim, B. Fredheim, T.R. Gulbrandsen. 2008. Arctic bivalves as indicators of environmental variation. Proceedings of the SPE 9th International Conference on Health Safety and Environment. 15-17 April 2008, Nice, France. SPE111-558.
  30. Renaud, P.E., M.L. Carroll, W.G. Ambrose Jr. 2008. Effects of global warming on Arctic sea-floor communities and its consequences for higher trophic levels. In: Duarte C. (ed.) Effects of global warming on polar ecosystems. Proceedings of 2nd Debate of the BBVA Foundation. Fundacion BBVA, Madrid, pp. 139-178. (in English and Spanish). ISBN: 978-84-96515-74-1
  31. Coyle, K.O., B. Konar, A. Blanchard, R.C. Highsmith, J. Carroll, M.L. Carroll, S.G. Denisenko, B.I. Sirenko. 2007.  Potential effects of temperature on the benthic infaunal community on the southeastern Bering Sea shelf: Possible impacts of climate change. Deep Sea Research II 54:2885-2905. doi:10.1016/j.dsr2.2007.08.025
  32. Sun, M.-Y., M.L. Carroll, W.G. Ambrose, L.M. Clough, L. Zou, G.R. Lopez. 2007. Rapid consumption of phytoplankton and ice algae by Arctic soft-sediment benthic communities: evidence using natural and 13C-labeled food materials. Journal of Marine Research 65:561-588.
  33. Olsen, G.H., M.L. Carroll, P.E. Renaud, W.G. Ambrose, R. Olssøn, J. Carroll. 2007.  Benthic community response to petroleum-associated components in arctic versus temperate marine sediments. Marine Biology 151:2167-2176. DOI 10.1007/s00227-007-0650-z
  34. Denisenko, S.G., S. Cochrane, M.L. Carroll, C. Emblow, S. Dahle. 2006. Zoobenthos distribution and vertical flux of organic carbon in the Barents Sea:  Preliminary results of 2003 expedition on RV “Ivan Petrov”.  Proceedings of the Zoological Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences 310:35-44.
  35. Wassmann, P., M. Reigstad, T. Haug, B. Rudels, M.L. Carroll, H. Hop, G.W. Gabrielsen, S. Falk-Petersen, S.G. Denisenko, E. Arashkevich, D. Slagstad, O. Pavlova.  2006. Food web and carbon flux in the Barents Sea. Progress in Oceanography 71:232-287.
  36. Beuchel, F., B. Gulliksen, M.L. Carroll. 2006. Long-term patterns of rocky-bottom macrobenthic community structure in an Arctic fjord (Kongsfjorden, Svalbard) in relation to climate variability (1980-2003). Journal of Marine Systems 63:35-48.
  37. Søreide, J.E., H. Hop, S. Falk-Petersen, E.N. Hegseth, M.L. Carroll. 2006. Seasonal food web dynamics and sympagic-pelagic coupling in the European Arctic Marginal Ice Zone revealed by stable isotopes and a two-source mixing model. Progress in Oceanography 71:59-87.
  38. Ambrose, W.G., M.L. Carroll, M. Greenacre, S. Thorrold, K. McMahon. 2006. Variation in Serripes groenlandicus (Bivalvia) growth in a Norwegian high-Arctic fjord: Evidence for local- and large-scale climatic forcing. Global Change Biology 12:1595-1607.
  39. Tamelander, T., J.E. Søreide, H. Hop, M.L. Carroll. 2006. Fractionation of stable isotopes in the Arctic marine copepod Calanus glacialis: effects on the isotopic composition of marine biogenic matter. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 333:231-240.
  40. Tamelander, T., P.E. Renaud, H. Hop, M.L. Carroll, W.G. Ambrose, K.E. Hobson. 2006. Trophic relationships and pelagic-benthic coupling during summer in the Barents Sea Marginal Ice Zone revealed by stable carbon and nitrogen isotope measurements. Marine Ecology Progress Series 310:33-46.
  41. McMahon, K.W., W.G. Ambrose, B.J. Johnson, M.Y. Sun, G.R. Lopez, L.M. Clough, M.L. Carroll. 2006. Benthic community response to ice algae and phytoplankton in Ny Ålesund, Svalbard. Marine Ecology Progress Series 310:1-14. (Feature Article)
  42. Carroll, M.L., S. Cochrane, R. Fieler, R. Velvin, and P. White. 2003. Organic Enrichment of Sediments from Salmon Farming in Norway: Environmental Factors, Management Practices, and Monitoring Techniques.  Aquaculture 226(1-4):156-180.
  43. Carroll, M.L. and J. Carroll. 2003. The Arctic Seas.  In: Biogeochemistry of Marine Systems.  K. Black and G. Shimmield (eds).  Blackwell Publishing Ltd., Oxford UK. pp 127-156
  44. Carroll, J., F. Boisson, J.-L Teyssie, S.E. King, M. Krosshavn, M.L. Carroll, S.W. Fowler, P.P. Povinec and M.S. Baxter. 1999. Distribution coefficients (Kds) for use in risk assessment models of the Kara Sea.  Applied Radiation and Isotopes 51:121-129.
  45. Miquel, J.C., Carroll, M., and Jeandel, C. 1998. Seasonal trend in particulate carbon flux at the time-series site Kerfix in the Southern Ocean. Annales Geophysicae Part II Hydrology, Oceans & Atmosphere 16 (Suppl.): 549.
  46. Carroll, M.L., J.-C. Miquel and S.W. Fowler. 1998. Seasonal patterns and depth-specific trends of zooplankton fecal pellet fluxes in the northwest Mediterranean Sea. Deep-Sea Research (Part 1) 45:1303-1318.
  47. Carroll, M.L. 1996. Barnacle population dynamics and recruitment regulation in southcentral Alaska.  Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 199:285-302.
  48. Carroll, M.L. and R.C. Highsmith. 1996. Role of catastrophic disturbance in mediating NucellaMytilus interactions in the Alaskan rocky intertidal.  Marine Ecology Progress Series 138:125-133.
  49. Carroll, M.L. and D. Wethey. 1990. Predator foraging behavior: Effect of a novel prey species on prey selection by a marine intertidal gastropod.  Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 139:101-117.

Popular science and reports:

  1. Carroll, M.L. 2011. Old Clams Provide New Insight About Arctic Change. ICE Center Lance Cruise Blog – 2011. http://ice.npolar.no/no/nyheter/arkiv/2011/2011-05-16-blogfromlance.html
  2. Carroll, M.L. 2009. Of Clams and Climate: What Bivalves Can Tell Us about Arctic Environmental Histories. Polar Research in Tromsø 2008:5-6.
  3. Carroll, M.L. 2007.  Environmental Baseline and Natural Variations in the Central and Eastern Barents Sea – Project 2: Bivalves as indicators of environmental variation from intra-annual to centennial timescales. Akvaplan-niva Report 3659.01, 21 pp.
  4. Carroll, M.L., G. Pedersen, L. Camus. 2006.  Use of research results to update environmental management tools used in petroleum operations in the European Arctic. Akvaplan-niva Report 433.3473, 44 pp.
  5. B. Røsjø. 2006. Alger i isen. Bladet Forskning 2/06:18-19. (Translated title: Ice Algae)
  6. Carroll, M.L., G. Pedersen. 2005.  Mapping of Resources in the Littora Zone at Ingøy, October 2004. Akvaplan-niva Report 444,3169, 21pp
  7. Carroll, M. 2005.  Årranger i skjell gir nyttig informasjon i klimaforskningen. Norwegian Institute of Water Research (NIVA) 2004 Annual Report. pp. 31-33. (Translated title: Annual rings in bivalves provides useful information in climate research)
  8. Clough, L., W. Ambrose, M. Carroll, G. Lopez, M.-Y. Sun. 2005. Digestibility of Ice Algae and Phytoplankton: Does food type impact the Arctic benthos? Witness the Arctic, Winter 2004/05 Issue 11(2): 11.
  9. Nyberg, K., 2004.  “Dining on the Scum of the Earth”. VECO Polar Resources Weekly Newsletter.  August, 1, 2004.
  10. Park, I., N. Bell and M. Carroll. 2002.  Assessment of the Actual Present Environmental Impact of Representative OBM and WBM Cuttings Piles.  A Report for the UKOOA Drill Cuttings Joint Industry Project: R & D Programme 2B.  BMT Cordah Ltd., Report UKO016/2001. Aberdeen, Scotland.  63 pp.
  11. Carroll, M.L., T. Pearson, E. Dragsund, and K.L. Gabrielsen. 2000. Environmental Status of the Norwegian Offshore Sector Based on the Petroleum Regional Monitoring Programme, 1996-1998. The Norwegian Oil Industry Association Report APN 411.1777.04, 39 pp. ISBN: 82-449-0053-9.
  12. Carroll, M.L., O. Sochnev, T. Savinova, and J Kögeler. 1999. Coastal Sensitivity Mapping in the Pechora Sea:  Phase I – Technical Background and Methodological Approach. Akvaplan-niva Report 444.1661, 58 pp.
  13. Carroll, M.L., A. Evenset, J. Kögeler, J.N. Langfelt and T. Johansson. 1999. Restoration of chemically polluted beaches – Theoretical background for recommended practical measures and organization. Akvaplan-niva Report 444.1350, 90 pp. (In Norwegian)
  14. Carroll, J., Cochrane, S., Carroll, M., Dahle, S., Iosjpe, M., Strand, P. 1999. Does benthic community structure influence radionuclide incorporation into the food web? in Marine Pollution, Proceedings of a symposium held in Monaco, 5-9 October 1998. IAEA-TECDOC-1094. International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna. p. 313-315.
  15. Miquel, J-C., Fowler., Hamilton T., Heilmann, J., La Rosa, J., Carroll, M. 1999. Carbon Fluxes and export in the northern and middle Adriatic Sea measured with drifting sediment traps. In: The Adriatic Sea, Ecosystem Research Report 32, EUR 18834, European Commission, Brussels, Belgium pp. 509-524.
  16. Mannvik, H.-P., T. Pearson, M. Carroll, A. Pettersen, K.L. Gabrielsen and R Palerud. 1998. Environmental Monitoring Survey, Region II:  Main Report.  Akvaplan-niva Report 411.1224-1, 250 pp+appendix.
  17. Carroll, M.L., L.-H. Larsen, H. Goodwin, R. Palerud, K. Kovacs, G. Pedersen, P. Friis and P. Andersen. 1998. An Appraisal of the Marine Environment of Southwest Greenland (62-67N) – Main Report.  Akvaplan-niva Report 411-1288.1, 69 pp. ISBN: 82-449-0043-1 (In English, Danish, and Greenlandic).
  18. Carroll, M.L., A. Evenset, K. Johnsen and R. Palerud. 1998. Mapping of vulnerable coastal areas and aquaculture sites in Western Finnmark. Akvaplan-niva Report 433.1400, 57 pp. (In Norwegian).
  19. Carroll, M.L., J. Kögeler and S.S.A. Knuttson. 1998. Shorelines and associated natural resources in the Chukai-Dungun region (Terengganu, Malaysia), 1998:  Environmental sensitivity to oil spills and recommendations for cleanup.  Akvaplan-niva Report 444.1281, 116 pp + 5 maps.
  20. Carroll, M.L., J.O. Bustnes and S. Simmons. 1997. Qualitative resource appraisal of flora and faunal of Melkøya. Akvaplan-niva Report 421.1246, 33pp. (In Norwegian).
  21. Miquel, J-C., Carroll, M., La Rosa, J., Guidi-Guilvard, L. 1997. Evolution journalière des flux particulaires et de carbone à une station fixe pendant Dynaproc: contribution du phyto- et zooplancton Fascicule DYNAPROC / JGOFS-France 36-42.

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Cheshtaa Chitkara

PhD candidate

PhD project title: Diversity and functions of Arctic marine microbial eukaryotes in a climate change perspective.…Read More
UNIS – The University Centre in SvalbardArctic Biology Work address UNIS – The University Centre in Svalbard Post box 156 Longyearbyen 9171 Norway Work Phone: +47 79023300

PhD project title:

Diversity and functions of Arctic marine microbial eukaryotes in a climate change perspective.

PhD project description:

To study the diversity and gene expressions of certain genes of protists around Svalbard and at the IsA time series station in Isfjorden, by estimating the change in their diversity with respect to changing environmental conditions.

Start date: Aug 1, 2019
Planned submission date: Aug 1, 2023

Supervisors:

Anna Vader (UNIS, Longyearbyen, Svalbard)
Tove M Gabrielsen (UiA, Kristiansand, Norway)

Scientific publications:

  1. Sen A., Himmler T., Hong W.L., Chitkara C., Lee R.W., Ferré B., Lepland A., Knies J. (2019) Atypical biological features of a new cold seep site on the Lofoten-Vesterålen continental margin (northern Norway). Scientific reports 9, article number 1762 (2019).
  2. Sen A., Chitkara C., Hong W.-L., Lepland A., Cochrane S., di Primio R., Brunstad H. (2019) Image based quantitative comparisons indicate heightened megabenthos diversity and abundance at a site of weak hydorcarbon seepage in the southwestern Barents Sea. PeerJ 7:e7398
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Marvin Choquet

Post-doctoral researcher

Research Interests:
  • Identification and distribution of Calanus species in the northern hemisphere, using molecular tools
  • Mitochondrial genome and phylogeography of Calanus species
  • Population genomics of Calanus finmarchicusglacialis and hyperboreus
  • Target capture enrichment protocols for gene capture on Calanus species
  • Phenology, vertical distribution and dynamics of Calanus species in boreal areas of sympatry
  • Hybridization and species boundaries within the Calanus genus
  • Whole genome sequencing of Calanus finmarchicus and glacialis
I am interested in combining molecular and ecological approaches together to bring answers to evolutionary questions on zooplankton organisms, including keystone copepods and pteropods.…Read More
Nord UniversityFaculty of Biosciences and Aquaculture Work address Nord University Postbox 1490 Bodø 8049 Norway Work Phone: +47 94 89 08 53

Research Interests:

  • Identification and distribution of Calanus species in the northern hemisphere, using molecular tools
  • Mitochondrial genome and phylogeography of Calanus species
  • Population genomics of Calanus finmarchicusglacialis and hyperboreus
  • Target capture enrichment protocols for gene capture on Calanus species
  • Phenology, vertical distribution and dynamics of Calanus species in boreal areas of sympatry
  • Hybridization and species boundaries within the Calanus genus
  • Whole genome sequencing of Calanus finmarchicus and glacialis

I am interested in combining molecular and ecological approaches together to bring answers to evolutionary questions on zooplankton organisms, including keystone copepods and pteropods. Also, I am interested in experimenting the new technologies related to sequencing on non-model organisms. With my team, we have developed a specific protocol of a genome reduction method that enables reaching the genetic information stored in Calanus spp. DNA. This protocol is useful to understand the underlying dynamics of the current and past distribution of Calanus species (in that case), and has also proven useful in other organisms (such as pteropods). One of the long-term project I am currently very interested in is to sequence the whole genome of Calanus finmarchicus and glacialis, which are particularly large genomes. As there are new technologies and new protocols coming up regularly in this fast-evolving field of research, I have started combining different cutting-edge techniques to experiment them on a challenging large genome such as Calanus species. The goal is to find THE approach that will be feasible to sequence a large and complex genome from very little DNA (Calanus are small) of a non-model organism. Once available, doing comparative genomics on Calanus species genomes will help understand the ecological success of these key species in the ocean and shed light on why they need such a large genome.

My PhD:

Thesis title:

Combining Ecological and Molecular Approaches to redefine the baseline knowledge of the genus Calanus in the North Atlantic and the Arctic Oceans.

Start date: September 2014
End date: December 2017

Supervisors:

Galice Hoarau (Nord University, Bodø)
Prof. Janne Søreide (UNiS, Svalbard)

PhD thesis abstract:

Species of the genus Calanus dominate the zooplankton biomass in the North Atlantic and Arctic Ocean where they play a key role both as grazers and as prey for many commercially important species. Calanus species are frequently used as climate indicators due to their distinct environmental preferences. The overall goal of this thesis was to use currently existing molecular tools and to develop new ones in order to address critical ecological and evolutionary questions related to the genus Calanus in the North Atlantic and in the Arctic Ocean.

Species identification remains a challenge within the genus, especially between C. finmarchicus and C. glacialis. We used a set of nuclear molecular markers to accurately identify Calanus to species level to redefine their respective distributions. Molecular species identification revealed much wider and overlapping distributions than previously known for all four Calanus species inhabiting the North Atlantic and Arctic regions, questioning both the validity of previous morphological ID and the presumed ongoing range shifts forced by climate change. Furthermore, microsatellites data suggested that C. glacialis is more resident in the fjords compared to C. finmarchicus.

An assessment of the commonly used morphological ID criteria was conducted with the help of the molecular tools. None of the prosome length, the red pigmentation in antennules and in genital somite, nor the shape of the gnathobase and the structure of the fifth pair of swimming legs were 100% reliable for species identification. So far only DNA can reliably discriminate between species, although some of the morphological traits can be more useful in some regions than other. Misidentification is thus likely to be widespread.

In two Nordland fjords, C. finmarchicus, C. glacialis, C. helgolandicus and C. hyperboreus were co-occurring during winter-spring. Both C. finmarchicus and C. glacialis adult females and males were present simultaneously in the fjords, potentially allowing for hybridization. However, hybridization is not likely to occur as no hybrid were found in the fjords and neither among >4400 individuals from the 83 distinct locations sampled in the North Atlantic and the Arctic Ocean.

In zooplankton, global lack of genomic resources available has hampered the development of population genomics approaches. Sequencing genomes, mitogenomes and transcriptomes is now critical. Thus, the mitogenome of C. glacialis was sequenced and annotated. Furthermore, using sequence capture enrichment, a set of ca. 100k SNPs was developed for C. finmarchicus and C. glacialis. These resources will be crucial to assess the connectivity between populations and species.

Overall, this thesis substantially advances our understanding of the Calanus species complex and dynamics in the North Atlantic and Arctic Oceans. The inclusions of molecular tools enabled us to fill important knowledge gaps regarding these key species. The new genomic resources developed will open the way to many new studies, to better understand the impact of climate change in Calanus at population, species and ecosystem level.

Publications:

  1. Boavida J. R. – Becheler R., M. Choquet, N. Franck, M. Taviani, J.-F. Bourillet, A. L. Meistertzheim, A. Grehan, A. Savini, S. Arnaud-Haond. Out of the Mediterranean? Post-glacial colonization pathways varied among cold-water coral species. Journal of Biogeography. 2019.
  2. Choquet M. – Smolina I., A. K. S. Dhanasiri, L. Blanco-Bercial, M. Kopp, A. Jueterbock, A. Y. M. Sundaram, G. Hoarau. Towards population genomics in non-model species with large genomes; a case study of the marine zooplankton Calanus finmarchicus. The Royal Society Open Science Journal. 2019.
  3. Basedow S. L., D. McKee, I. Lefering, A. Gislason, M. Daase, E. Trudnowska, E. S. Egeland, M. Choquet, S. Falk-Petersen. Remote sensing of zooplankton swarms. Nature: Scientific Reports. 2019.
  4. Daase M., K. Kosobokova, K. S. Last, J. H. Cohen, M. Choquet, M. Hatlebakk, J. E. Søreide. New insights into the biology of Calanus spp. (Copepoda) males in the Arctic. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2018.
  5. Choquet, K. Kosobokova, S. Kwasniewski, M. Hatlebakk, A. K. S. Dhanasiri, W. Melle, C. Svensen, J. E. Søreide, G. Hoarau. Can morphology reliably distinguish between the copepods Calanus finmarchicus and C. glacialis, or is DNA the only way? Limnology & Oceanography: Methods. 2018.
  6. Bucklin, K. DiVito, I. Smolina, M. Choquet, J. M. Questel, G. Hoarau, R. J. O’Neill. Population Genomics of Marine Zooplankton – Chapter 19 in: Population Genomics: Marine Organisms. Book, Springer. 2018.
  7. Choquet, M. Hatlebakk, A. K. S. Dhanasiri, K. Kosobokova, I. Smolina, J. E. Søreide, C. Svensen, W. Melle, S. Kwasniewski, K. Eiane, M. Daase, V. Tverberg, S. Skreslet, A. Bucklin, G. Hoarau. Genetics redraws pelagic biogeography of Calanus. Biology Letters. 2017.
  8. Choquet, H. J. Alves Monteiro, J. Bengtsson-Palme & G. Hoarau. The complete mitochondrial genome of the copepod Calanus glacialis. Mitochondrial DNA Part B, 2:2, 506-507. 2017.
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Jørgen Schou Christiansen

Professor

UiT The Arctic University of NorwayArctic and Marine Biology Work address Department of Arctic and Marine Biology Faculty of Biosciences, Fisheries and Economics UiT The Arctic University of Norway Tromsø 9037 Norway Work Phone: +47 77 64 61 38
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Sabine Cochrane

Senior Scientist

Research interests:
  • Taxonomy
  • Marine ecology
  • Biodiversity
  • Polychaetes
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Akvaplan-nivaArtic Research & Development Work address Akvaplan-niva AS Fram Centre Tromsø 9296 Norway Work Phone: +47 77 75 03 27 Cell Phone: +47 99 53 21 44

Research interests:

  • Taxonomy
  • Marine ecology
  • Biodiversity
  • Polychaetes
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Estelle Coguiec

PhD candidate

PhD project title: Seasonality and activity of Arctic zooplankton.…Read More
UiT The Arctic University of NorwayArctic and Marine Biology Work address Department of Arctic and Marine Biology Faculty for Biosciences, Fisheries and Economics UiT The Arctic University of Norway Tromsø 9037 Norway

PhD project title:

Seasonality and activity of Arctic zooplankton.

PhD project description:

My PhD will consist in identifying seasonal and diel zooplankton behaviour in Arctic and sub-Arctic waters. The first chapter of my PhD will be about the seasonal light response of Calanus finmarchicus in a high latitude fjord. This response is studied by recording individual behaviour of C. finmarchicus in the laboratory under natural light cycle every month. In parallel, I use acoustic methods to determine the migration behaviour of zooplankton.  The second chapter is a long time series of acoustic data from Rijpfjord, Svalbard.  The aim is to know how zooplankton’s vertical migration change seasonally and through the year in a known environment. To be able to predict those behaviour under climate change.  The third chapter as for purpose to use acoustic data from autonomous drifting observatories, to have a pan arctic image of zooplankton behaviour.

Start date: Nov 2018
Submission date: Oct 2022

Supervisors:

Jørgen Berge (UiT, Tromsø, Norway)
Malin Daase (UiT, Tromsø, Norway)
Laura Hobbs (University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK)

 

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Malin Daase

Researcher

Research interests:
  • Arctic marine ecology with particular interest in zooplankton ecology (population dynamics and life history adaptations of copepods)
  • Effects of variation in the physical environment on zooplankton distribution and life history traits
  • Sea ice biota.
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UiT The Arctic University of NorwayArctic and Marine Biology Address Department of Arctic and Marine Biology Faculty of Biosciences, Fisheries and Economics UiT The Arctic University of Norway Tromsø 9037 Norway Work Phone: +47 77 64 68 82

Research interests:

  • Arctic marine ecology with particular interest in zooplankton ecology (population dynamics and life history adaptations of copepods)
  • Effects of variation in the physical environment on zooplankton distribution and life history traits
  • Sea ice biota.

Running national and international projects:

  • Arctic ABC/D/E
  • Glider- unmanned ocean exploration
  • IMOS Isfjorden Marine Observatory Svalbar

Completed national and international projects:

Relevant publications:

  1. Basedow SL, McKee D, Lefering I, Gislason A, Daase M, Trudnowska  E, Skarstad Egeland E, Choquet M, Falk-Petersen S (in press) Remote sensing of zooplankton swarms Scientific Reports
  2. Hop H, Wold A, Vihtakari M, Daase M, Kwasniewski S, Gluchowska M, Lischka S, Buchholz F, Falk-Petersen S. Zooplankton in Kongsfjorden (1996-2016) in relation to climate change (2019). In: H. Hop, C. Wiencke (eds.), The Ecosystem of Kongsfjorden, Svalbard, Advances in Polar Ecology 2
  3. Daase M, Kosobokova K, Last KS, Cohen JH, Choque M, Hatlebakk M, Søreide JE. New insights into the biology of Calanus spp. (Copepoda) males in the Arctic. (2019) Marine Ecology Progress Series 607: 53-69.
  4. Aune M, Aniceto AS, Biuw M, Daase M, Falk-Petersen S, Leu E, Ottesen CAM, Sagerup K, Camus L (2018) Seasonal ecology in ice-covered Arctic seas – considerations for spill response decision making. Marine Environmental Research 141: 275-288. doi:10.1016/j.marenvres.2018.09.004
  5. Renaud P, Daase M, Banas NS, Gabrielsen TM, Søreide JE, Varpe Ø, Cottier F, Falk-Petersen S, Halsband C, Vogedes D, Heggland K, Berge J (2018) Pelagic food-webs in a changing Arctic: A trait-based perspective suggests a mode of resilience. ICES Journal of Marine Sciences 75: 1871-1881
  6. Choquet M, Kosobokova K, Kwaśniewski S, Hatlebakk M, Dhanasiri AKS, Melle W, Daase M, Svensen C, Søreide JE, Hoarau G (2018) Can morphology reliably distinguish between the copepods Calanus finmarchicus and C. glacialis, or is DNA the only way? Limnology and Oceanography Methods 16:237-252.
  7. Ludvigsen M, Berge J, Geoffroy M, Cohen JH, De La Torre PR, Nornes SM, Singh H, Sørensen AJ, Daase M,Johnsen G (2018) Use of an Autonomous Surface Vehicle reveals small-scale diel vertical migrations of zooplankton and susceptibility to light pollution under low solar irradiance. Science Advances 4. doi:10.1126/sciadv.aap9887
  8. Choquet M, Hatlebakk M, Dhanasiri AKS, Kosobokova K, Smolina I, Søreide JE, Svensen C, Melle W, Kwaśniewski S, Eiane K, Daase M, Tverberg V, Skreslet S, Bucklin A, Hoarau G (2017) Genetics redraws pelagic biogeography of Calanus. Biology Letters 13. doi:10.1098/rsbl.2017.0588
  9. Darnis G, Hobbs L, Geoffroy M, Grenvald J, Renaud PE, Berge J, Cottier F, Kristiansen S, Daase M, Søreide JE, Wold A, Morata N, Gabrielsen TM (2017) From polar night to midnight sun: diel vertical migration, metabolism and biogeochemical role of zooplankton in a high Arctic fjord (Kongsfjorden, Svalbard). Limnology and Oceanography. 62:1586–1605.
  10. Hunt Jr GL, Drinkwater KF, Arrigo K, Berge J, Daly KL, Danielson S, Daase M, Hop H, Isla E, Karnovsky N, Laidre K, Mueter FJ, Murphy EJ, Renaud PE, Smith Jr WO, Trathan P, Turner J, Wolf-Gladrow D (2016) Advection in polar and sub-polar environments: Impacts on high latitude marine ecosystems. Progress in Oceanography 149:40-81
  11. Grenvald JC, Callesen TA, Daase M, Hobbs L, Darnis G, Renaud PE, Cottier F, Nielsen TG, Berge J (2016) Plankton community composition and vertical migration during polar night in Kongsfjorden. Polar Biology39:1879–1895.
  12. Daase M, Hop H, Falk-Petersen S (2016) Small-scale diel vertical migration of zooplankton in the High Arctic. Polar Biology 39:1213-1223.
  13. Berge J, Daase M, Renaud PE, Ambrose WG, Darnis G, Last KS, Leu E, Cohen J, Johnsen G, Moline MA, Cottier F, Varpe Ø, Shunatova N, Balazy P, Morata N, Massabuau JC, Falk-Petersen S, Kosobokova K, Hoppe CJM, Weslawski JM, Kuklinski P, Legezynska J, Nikishina D, Cusa M, Kedra M, Wlodarska-Kowalczuk, Vogedes D, Camus L, Tran D, Michaud E, Gabrielsen TM, Granovitch A, Gonchar A, Krapp R. Unexpected levels of biological activity during the polar night offers new perspectives on a warming Arctic. Current Biology. In press
  14. Berge J, Cottier F, Darnis G, Falk-Petersen S, Gabrielsen T, Johnsen G, Last K, Leu E, Lønne OJ, Moline M, Nahrgang J, Renaud PE, Seuthe L, Søreide J, Varpe Ø, Weslawski JM, Daase M. (2015) In the dark: A review of ecosystem processes during the Arctic polar night. Progress in Oceanography. doi:10.1016/j.pocean.2015.08.005
  15. Barber DG, Hop H, Mundy CJ, Else B, Dmitrenko IA, Tremblay JE, Ehn JK, Assmy P, Daase M, Candlish LM, Rysgaard S. (2015) Selected physical, biological and biogeochemical implications of a rapidly changing Arctic Marginal Ice Zone. Progress in Oceanography. doi:10.1016/j.pocean.2015.09.003
  16. Varpe Ø, Daase M, Kristiansen T (2015). A fish-eye view on the changing Arctic lightscape. ICES Journal of Marine Systems. 10.1093/icesjms/fsv129
  17. Cohen JH, Berge J, Moline MA, Sørensen AJ, Last K, Falk-Petersen S, Renaud P, Leu E, Grenvald J, Cottier F, Cronin H, Menze S, Norgren P, Varpe Ø, Daase M, Darnis G, Johnsen G (2015) Is ambient light during the high Arctic polar night sufficient to act as a visual cue for zooplankton? Plos One. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0126247
  18. Daase M, Varpe Ø, Falk-Petersen S (2014) Non Consumptive mortality in copepods: occurrence of Calanus spp. carcasses in the Arctic Ocean during winter. Journal of Plankton Research, 36, 1, 129-144. doi:10.1093/plankt/fbt079
  19. Hop H, Bluhm B, Daase M, Gradinger R, Poulin M (2013) Arctic sea ice biota. Arctic Report Card. http://www.arctic.noaa.gov/reportcard/
  20. Assmy P, Ehn JK, Fernández-Méndez M, Hop H, Katlein C, Sundfjord A, Bluhm K, Daase M, Engel A, Fransson A, Granskog MA, Hudson SR, Kristiansen S, Nicolaus M, Peeken I, Renner AHH, Spreen G, Tatarek A, Wiktor J (2013) Floating ice-algal aggregates below melting Arctic sea ice. PLOS One, 8,10
  21. Daase M, Falk-Petersen S, Varpe Ø, Wold A, Søreide JE, Leu E, Berge J, Philippe B, Darnis G, Fortier L. (2013) Plasticity in timing of reproductive events in Calanus glacialis: a Pan-Arctic perspective. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 70, 871-884
  22. Niehoff B, Wolf T, Knüppel N, Daase M, Czerny J, Boxhammer T. (2013) Mesozooplankton community development at elevated CO2 concentrations: Results from a mesocosm experiment in an Arctic fjord. Biogeosciences 10, 1391-1406, doi:10.5194/bg-10-1391-2013
  23. Leu E, Daase M, Schulz KG, Stuhr A, Riebesell U. (2013) Effect of ocean acidification on the fatty acid composition of a natural plankton community. Biogeosciences 10, 1143-1153, doi:10.5194/bg-10-1143-2013
  24. Berge J, Varpe Ø, Moline MA, Wold A, Renaud PE, Daase M, Falk-Petersen S (2012) Retention of endemic keystone species in a future ice-free Arctic Ocean. Biology Letter, doi: 10.1098/rsbl.2012.0517
  25. Rabindranath A , Daase M, Wallace MI, Wold A, Falk-Petersen S, Berge J, Brierley AS (2011) Seasonal and diel vertical migration of zooplankton in the High Arctic during autumn midnight sun of 2008. Marine Biodiversity 41:365–382
  26. Daase M, Søreide JE, Martynova D (2011) Egg hatching success and naupliar development time of Calanus glacialis. Marine Ecology Progress Series 429:111-124
  27. Daase M, Eiane K, Aksnes DL, Vogedes D (2008) Vertical distribution of Calanus spp. and Metridia longa at four Arctic locations. Marine Biology Research 4:3,193-207
  28. Daase M, Vik JO, Bagøien E, Stenseth NC, Eiane K (2007) The influence of advection on Calanus near Svalbard: statistical relations between salinity, temperature and copepod abundance. Journal of Plankton Research 29(10):903-911
  29. Daase M, Eiane K (2007) Mesozooplankon distribution in northern Svalbard waters in relation to hydrography. Polar Biology 30 (8):969-981
  30. Arnkvaern G, Daase M, Eiane K (2005) Dynamics of coexisting Calanus finmarchicus, Calanus glacialis and Calanus hyperboreus in a high-Arctic fjord. Polar Biology 28 (7), 528-538
  31. Eiane K, Daase M (2002) Observation of mass mortality of Themisto libellula (Amphipoda, Hyperidae). Polar Biology 25: 396-398

Selected other publications:

  • Daase M (2008) Mesozooplankton distribution in Svalbard waters: Calanus spp. and its relationship to hydrographic variability. Ph.D. thesis, University of Bergen. ISBN 978-82-308-0509-1

Popular science and outreach:

  • Søreide JE, Daase M, Freese D (2013) Ishavsåta i varmere hav med mindre is. Klima 2-2013

 

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Salve Dahle

Director

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Gérald Darnis

Post-doctoral researcher