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Picture recognition with some species.
story

One million photos to help identify the animals at the bottom of the sea

16.05.2024

Can a computer help to identify the animals at the bottom of the sea? The answer is yes – but first it must learn to play lotto. 



Spekkhoggere og fiskebåt Audun Rikardsen

Researchers have discovered sounds to keep orcas away from fish nets

13.05.2024

But humpback whales are more difficult.



Finnhval1
news

Fin whales making strong comeback in the Southern Ocean

30.04.2024

Marine scientists estimate that there may be many times more fin whales than thought in the Southern Ocean.



Håbrann munn
news

Porbeagle Shark swam from Lofoten in Norway to Canary Islands

29.04.2024

Like many people living in the north of Norway, a shark tagged by the Institute of Marine Research, set its course straight for warmer climates as the autumn cold set in.



Montasje torskeegg forskere og torsk

Cod can adjust to climate change - from one generation to the next

18.03.2024

The temperature the mother experiences affects how the offspring develop.



brugdemaki caroline
story

The world's largest sushi?

04.03.2024

No, this basking shark roll is not recommended for your dinner plate. However, for innovative research, it is perfect. 



An octopus with eight arms and reddish colour

Scientists have discovered a new deep sea octopus

19.02.2024

Deep sea octopuses are still shrouded in mystery. Researchers have recently added new insights about the creatures, describing a new Arctic species for the first time.



Collage of three photos. One man smiling to the camera, wolf fish on the sea floor and sea urchin.

New EU-project: Linking marine habitat status to predators

05.02.2024

Fishing drives a reduction in the number of large and old predatory fish. What does this mean for ecosystems?



Man in blue sweater and blue jeans in a room with blue tiles and lots of different equipment.

Determined which directions man-made noise in Bjørnafjorden comes from

01.12.2023

The researchers measured what animals use to detect noise directionality: particle motion in the water.



L1018500

Searched for Anisakids in tusk, stumbled upon fish-liquefying parasite

28.11.2023

Kudoa has not previously been documented in Norwegian whitefish. 



20230823 Sounder i Hardanger DSC 2976

Unmanned vehicles to meet growing need for research data

23.10.2023

Unmanned vehicles to meet growing need for research data – even at sea.



Parts of the wreck at some distance.
story

Unknown submarine wreck from World War II discovered

16.10.2023

After more than 80 years on the seabed, what is probably the wreckage of the British submarine HMS Thistle has been discovered outside Rogaland, Norway.



02DSC 2199

Watch the scientists tag their first minke whale

19.09.2023

How important are whales in the oceanic carbon cycle? IMR scientists are looking for the answer.



vlcsnap 2023 08 24 21h21m45s790

Researchers tagged four 2.5 m porbeagles in Lofoten

30.08.2023

Join us on our hunt for the “great white shark’s cousin” and see how our team gets them under control.



The harbour porpoise is a small cetacean of about 1.5 meters

Using sound to monitor harbour porpoises

28.08.2023

Porpoises "click" – marine scientists listen. This is how they will find out how many porpoises there are in the Skagerrak and where they are throughout the year. 



Gjør klar CTD en

Interested in international ocean data?

24.08.2023

Research data after Statsraad Lehmkuhl's circumnavigation is now available to anyone who is curious.



Drone photo of a fishing vessel towing a special fish net cage.

Live storage of bluefin tuna: Historic success in Norwegian waters

22.08.2023

Researchers and fishers joined forces in trapping and transporting live bluefin tuna in the 200-300 kilo weight class.



Merking_brugde

IMR launches its own “shark hotline”

15.06.2023

We are launching our own “shark hotline”, and we would like everyone who observes a basking shark or porbeagle along the Norwegian coast to give us a call. 



This is one of the plastic rocks investigated. A film of plastic has become attached to the rocks surface.
news

Plastic waste and rocks form chemical bond

15.05.2023

"Plastic rocks" create hotspots for microplastic release. 



The bow of a ship in the foreground and white sea ice in the background.

Three factors are amplifying heating in the northern Barents Sea

17.04.2023

Warmer water from the south, less cooling in the north and less ice make life more difficult for Arctic marine species.



 MG 7097

HRH Crown Prince Haakon opened the climate conference

17.04.2023

Watch the opening session here.



HI 050417

"Climate change in the ocean has never been as relevant as it is today"

12.04.2023

Climate researchers from almost 70 countries will meet in Bergen. They have lots to talk about.



Jan og lysing
story

This is how you catch a hake

02.03.2023

It requires special effort to get to know the “cold water barracuda”. Our leading angling expert reveals the secrets of the Norwegian hake.



IMG 3629

''Power naps'' prevent early puberty in farmed salmon

14.02.2023

Researchers have discovered the ideal length of day for smolts.



Minke whale jumping out of the water

Minke whales around Svalbard excrete 600 tonnes of poo each day

09.02.2023

Whale faeces contain large quantities of nutrients that are important to the ocean ecosystem, according to a new study.



2d63a5118f09cf81d0c8fe48ff422e9e6267acb11ba95

HRH Crown Prince Haakon opens climate conference in Bergen

31.01.2023

In April, leading climate scientists will gather in Bergen to discuss how climate change is affecting the ocean.



Sea floor

IMR believes impact assessment fails to take into account knowledge gaps

30.01.2023

According to marine scientists, it fails to take into account important gaps in our knowledge about the natural environment and bottom currents in the impact assessment area.



makrell fangst med pumpe

A new way of measuring fish welfare in wild-capture fisheries

24.01.2023

When excessive quantities of mackerel are crowded tightly together in the net, the fish experience poor welfare.



 MG 6928

Launching into an EU project to farm kelp and mussels at offshore wind farms

18.01.2023

“As scientists, we have a responsibility not just to find problems, but also to solve them”, says Nils Gunnar Kvamstø, the CEO of the Institute of Marine Research.



spawnseis 1

Cod did not abandon their spawning site when exposed to noise from seismic airguns

29.11.2022

Across two spawning seasons, researchers have exposed Atlantic cod to powerful blasts from airguns during spawning and tracked the behaviour of the fish. The results have now been published.

HTTP/1.0 200 OK Server: Zope/(2.13.22, python 2.7.18, linux2) ZServer/1.1 Date: Mon, 22 Jul 2024 13:53:11 GMT Access-Control-Allow-Headers: x-requested-with,content-type Charset: utf-8 Connection: close Access-Control-Allow-Credentials: True Access-Control-Allow-Origin: * Access-Control-Allow-Methods: GET, OPTIONS Content-Type: text/html News | Institute of Marine Research Go to main content

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Result: (277) Showing 1 - 30



Picture recognition with some species.
story

One million photos to help identify the animals at the bottom of the sea

16.05.2024

Can a computer help to identify the animals at the bottom of the sea? The answer is yes – but first it must learn to play lotto. 



Spekkhoggere og fiskebåt Audun Rikardsen

Researchers have discovered sounds to keep orcas away from fish nets

13.05.2024

But humpback whales are more difficult.



Finnhval1
news

Fin whales making strong comeback in the Southern Ocean

30.04.2024

Marine scientists estimate that there may be many times more fin whales than thought in the Southern Ocean.



Håbrann munn
news

Porbeagle Shark swam from Lofoten in Norway to Canary Islands

29.04.2024

Like many people living in the north of Norway, a shark tagged by the Institute of Marine Research, set its course straight for warmer climates as the autumn cold set in.



Montasje torskeegg forskere og torsk

Cod can adjust to climate change - from one generation to the next

18.03.2024

The temperature the mother experiences affects how the offspring develop.



brugdemaki caroline
story

The world's largest sushi?

04.03.2024

No, this basking shark roll is not recommended for your dinner plate. However, for innovative research, it is perfect. 



An octopus with eight arms and reddish colour

Scientists have discovered a new deep sea octopus

19.02.2024

Deep sea octopuses are still shrouded in mystery. Researchers have recently added new insights about the creatures, describing a new Arctic species for the first time.



Collage of three photos. One man smiling to the camera, wolf fish on the sea floor and sea urchin.

New EU-project: Linking marine habitat status to predators

05.02.2024

Fishing drives a reduction in the number of large and old predatory fish. What does this mean for ecosystems?



Man in blue sweater and blue jeans in a room with blue tiles and lots of different equipment.

Determined which directions man-made noise in Bjørnafjorden comes from

01.12.2023

The researchers measured what animals use to detect noise directionality: particle motion in the water.



L1018500

Searched for Anisakids in tusk, stumbled upon fish-liquefying parasite

28.11.2023

Kudoa has not previously been documented in Norwegian whitefish. 



20230823 Sounder i Hardanger DSC 2976

Unmanned vehicles to meet growing need for research data

23.10.2023

Unmanned vehicles to meet growing need for research data – even at sea.



Parts of the wreck at some distance.
story

Unknown submarine wreck from World War II discovered

16.10.2023

After more than 80 years on the seabed, what is probably the wreckage of the British submarine HMS Thistle has been discovered outside Rogaland, Norway.



02DSC 2199

Watch the scientists tag their first minke whale

19.09.2023

How important are whales in the oceanic carbon cycle? IMR scientists are looking for the answer.



vlcsnap 2023 08 24 21h21m45s790

Researchers tagged four 2.5 m porbeagles in Lofoten

30.08.2023

Join us on our hunt for the “great white shark’s cousin” and see how our team gets them under control.



The harbour porpoise is a small cetacean of about 1.5 meters

Using sound to monitor harbour porpoises

28.08.2023

Porpoises "click" – marine scientists listen. This is how they will find out how many porpoises there are in the Skagerrak and where they are throughout the year. 



Gjør klar CTD en

Interested in international ocean data?

24.08.2023

Research data after Statsraad Lehmkuhl's circumnavigation is now available to anyone who is curious.



Drone photo of a fishing vessel towing a special fish net cage.

Live storage of bluefin tuna: Historic success in Norwegian waters

22.08.2023

Researchers and fishers joined forces in trapping and transporting live bluefin tuna in the 200-300 kilo weight class.



Merking_brugde

IMR launches its own “shark hotline”

15.06.2023

We are launching our own “shark hotline”, and we would like everyone who observes a basking shark or porbeagle along the Norwegian coast to give us a call. 



This is one of the plastic rocks investigated. A film of plastic has become attached to the rocks surface.
news

Plastic waste and rocks form chemical bond

15.05.2023

"Plastic rocks" create hotspots for microplastic release. 



The bow of a ship in the foreground and white sea ice in the background.

Three factors are amplifying heating in the northern Barents Sea

17.04.2023

Warmer water from the south, less cooling in the north and less ice make life more difficult for Arctic marine species.



 MG 7097

HRH Crown Prince Haakon opened the climate conference

17.04.2023

Watch the opening session here.



HI 050417

"Climate change in the ocean has never been as relevant as it is today"

12.04.2023

Climate researchers from almost 70 countries will meet in Bergen. They have lots to talk about.



Jan og lysing
story

This is how you catch a hake

02.03.2023

It requires special effort to get to know the “cold water barracuda”. Our leading angling expert reveals the secrets of the Norwegian hake.



IMG 3629

''Power naps'' prevent early puberty in farmed salmon

14.02.2023

Researchers have discovered the ideal length of day for smolts.



Minke whale jumping out of the water

Minke whales around Svalbard excrete 600 tonnes of poo each day

09.02.2023

Whale faeces contain large quantities of nutrients that are important to the ocean ecosystem, according to a new study.



2d63a5118f09cf81d0c8fe48ff422e9e6267acb11ba95

HRH Crown Prince Haakon opens climate conference in Bergen

31.01.2023

In April, leading climate scientists will gather in Bergen to discuss how climate change is affecting the ocean.



Sea floor

IMR believes impact assessment fails to take into account knowledge gaps

30.01.2023

According to marine scientists, it fails to take into account important gaps in our knowledge about the natural environment and bottom currents in the impact assessment area.



makrell fangst med pumpe

A new way of measuring fish welfare in wild-capture fisheries

24.01.2023

When excessive quantities of mackerel are crowded tightly together in the net, the fish experience poor welfare.



 MG 6928

Launching into an EU project to farm kelp and mussels at offshore wind farms

18.01.2023

“As scientists, we have a responsibility not just to find problems, but also to solve them”, says Nils Gunnar Kvamstø, the CEO of the Institute of Marine Research.



spawnseis 1

Cod did not abandon their spawning site when exposed to noise from seismic airguns

29.11.2022

Across two spawning seasons, researchers have exposed Atlantic cod to powerful blasts from airguns during spawning and tracked the behaviour of the fish. The results have now been published.

HTTP/1.0 200 OK Server: Zope/(2.13.22, python 2.7.18, linux2) ZServer/1.1 Date: Mon, 22 Jul 2024 13:53:13 GMT Access-Control-Allow-Headers: x-requested-with,content-type Charset: utf-8 Connection: close Access-Control-Allow-Credentials: True Access-Control-Allow-Origin: * Access-Control-Allow-Methods: GET, OPTIONS Content-Type: text/html News | Institute of Marine Research Go to main content

News

Result: (277) Showing 1 - 30



Picture recognition with some species.
story

One million photos to help identify the animals at the bottom of the sea

16.05.2024

Can a computer help to identify the animals at the bottom of the sea? The answer is yes – but first it must learn to play lotto. 



Spekkhoggere og fiskebåt Audun Rikardsen

Researchers have discovered sounds to keep orcas away from fish nets

13.05.2024

But humpback whales are more difficult.



Finnhval1
news

Fin whales making strong comeback in the Southern Ocean

30.04.2024

Marine scientists estimate that there may be many times more fin whales than thought in the Southern Ocean.



Håbrann munn
news

Porbeagle Shark swam from Lofoten in Norway to Canary Islands

29.04.2024

Like many people living in the north of Norway, a shark tagged by the Institute of Marine Research, set its course straight for warmer climates as the autumn cold set in.



Montasje torskeegg forskere og torsk

Cod can adjust to climate change - from one generation to the next

18.03.2024

The temperature the mother experiences affects how the offspring develop.



brugdemaki caroline
story

The world's largest sushi?

04.03.2024

No, this basking shark roll is not recommended for your dinner plate. However, for innovative research, it is perfect. 



An octopus with eight arms and reddish colour

Scientists have discovered a new deep sea octopus

19.02.2024

Deep sea octopuses are still shrouded in mystery. Researchers have recently added new insights about the creatures, describing a new Arctic species for the first time.



Collage of three photos. One man smiling to the camera, wolf fish on the sea floor and sea urchin.

New EU-project: Linking marine habitat status to predators

05.02.2024

Fishing drives a reduction in the number of large and old predatory fish. What does this mean for ecosystems?



Man in blue sweater and blue jeans in a room with blue tiles and lots of different equipment.

Determined which directions man-made noise in Bjørnafjorden comes from

01.12.2023

The researchers measured what animals use to detect noise directionality: particle motion in the water.



L1018500

Searched for Anisakids in tusk, stumbled upon fish-liquefying parasite

28.11.2023

Kudoa has not previously been documented in Norwegian whitefish. 



20230823 Sounder i Hardanger DSC 2976

Unmanned vehicles to meet growing need for research data

23.10.2023

Unmanned vehicles to meet growing need for research data – even at sea.



Parts of the wreck at some distance.
story

Unknown submarine wreck from World War II discovered

16.10.2023

After more than 80 years on the seabed, what is probably the wreckage of the British submarine HMS Thistle has been discovered outside Rogaland, Norway.



02DSC 2199

Watch the scientists tag their first minke whale

19.09.2023

How important are whales in the oceanic carbon cycle? IMR scientists are looking for the answer.



vlcsnap 2023 08 24 21h21m45s790

Researchers tagged four 2.5 m porbeagles in Lofoten

30.08.2023

Join us on our hunt for the “great white shark’s cousin” and see how our team gets them under control.



The harbour porpoise is a small cetacean of about 1.5 meters

Using sound to monitor harbour porpoises

28.08.2023

Porpoises "click" – marine scientists listen. This is how they will find out how many porpoises there are in the Skagerrak and where they are throughout the year. 



Gjør klar CTD en

Interested in international ocean data?

24.08.2023

Research data after Statsraad Lehmkuhl's circumnavigation is now available to anyone who is curious.



Drone photo of a fishing vessel towing a special fish net cage.

Live storage of bluefin tuna: Historic success in Norwegian waters

22.08.2023

Researchers and fishers joined forces in trapping and transporting live bluefin tuna in the 200-300 kilo weight class.



Merking_brugde

IMR launches its own “shark hotline”

15.06.2023

We are launching our own “shark hotline”, and we would like everyone who observes a basking shark or porbeagle along the Norwegian coast to give us a call. 



This is one of the plastic rocks investigated. A film of plastic has become attached to the rocks surface.
news

Plastic waste and rocks form chemical bond

15.05.2023

"Plastic rocks" create hotspots for microplastic release. 



The bow of a ship in the foreground and white sea ice in the background.

Three factors are amplifying heating in the northern Barents Sea

17.04.2023

Warmer water from the south, less cooling in the north and less ice make life more difficult for Arctic marine species.



 MG 7097

HRH Crown Prince Haakon opened the climate conference

17.04.2023

Watch the opening session here.



HI 050417

"Climate change in the ocean has never been as relevant as it is today"

12.04.2023

Climate researchers from almost 70 countries will meet in Bergen. They have lots to talk about.



Jan og lysing
story

This is how you catch a hake

02.03.2023

It requires special effort to get to know the “cold water barracuda”. Our leading angling expert reveals the secrets of the Norwegian hake.



IMG 3629

''Power naps'' prevent early puberty in farmed salmon

14.02.2023

Researchers have discovered the ideal length of day for smolts.



Minke whale jumping out of the water

Minke whales around Svalbard excrete 600 tonnes of poo each day

09.02.2023

Whale faeces contain large quantities of nutrients that are important to the ocean ecosystem, according to a new study.



2d63a5118f09cf81d0c8fe48ff422e9e6267acb11ba95

HRH Crown Prince Haakon opens climate conference in Bergen

31.01.2023

In April, leading climate scientists will gather in Bergen to discuss how climate change is affecting the ocean.



Sea floor

IMR believes impact assessment fails to take into account knowledge gaps

30.01.2023

According to marine scientists, it fails to take into account important gaps in our knowledge about the natural environment and bottom currents in the impact assessment area.



makrell fangst med pumpe

A new way of measuring fish welfare in wild-capture fisheries

24.01.2023

When excessive quantities of mackerel are crowded tightly together in the net, the fish experience poor welfare.



 MG 6928

Launching into an EU project to farm kelp and mussels at offshore wind farms

18.01.2023

“As scientists, we have a responsibility not just to find problems, but also to solve them”, says Nils Gunnar Kvamstø, the CEO of the Institute of Marine Research.



spawnseis 1

Cod did not abandon their spawning site when exposed to noise from seismic airguns

29.11.2022

Across two spawning seasons, researchers have exposed Atlantic cod to powerful blasts from airguns during spawning and tracked the behaviour of the fish. The results have now been published.