ENVINET Activities Catalog

ENVINET Activities Catalog

ENVINET (European network for arctic-alpine multidiciplanary environmental research) is a research infrastructure network focusing on multidisciplinary environmental research in Europe. The network involves representatives from 18 environmental research infrastructures from the European Alps to the Arctic, representatives of their users and representatives from relevant international organizations and networks. The participating infrastructures cover a broad range of environmental sciences primarily within atmospheric physics and chemistry as well as marine and terrestrial biology.

The ENVINET project directory covers data and observation activities at these stations.

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101. The regulation of iron and manganese reduction in marine sediment

To be completed.

Biology Geochemistry
102. Adult development and seasonal reproduction of the krill population of the Gullmar Fjord

The result of the previous studies of the krill population from the Gullmar Fjord (1999, 2000) indicated that the duration of the moult cycle (IMP) of adult krill is influenced bu other factors than temperature, at end of summer.

Biology
103. Importance of benthic faunal structure for diagenesis of labile organic matter in soft sediment communities

To be completed.

Biology
104. Study of Amphiura filiformis bioluminescence

To be completed

Biology
105. Female sexual signals and sexual selection in the sex role reversed pipefish Syngnathus typhle

To be completed.

Biology
106. Benthic invertebrates as bioindicators of hypoxic conditions in coastal marine waters

To be completed.

Biological effects Biology
107. Within- and between- individual variation in the respiratory physiology of Nephrops norvegicus: Ecological implications

To be completed.

Biology
108. Blue light-activation of photosynthetic carbon acquisition of higher brown algae

To be completed.

Biology
109. Reproductive Biology in Corking Wrasse (Crenilabrus melops)

To be complited.

Biology
110. Ther use of SPMD's and DGT's for the detection of trace-level pollutanys in water

To be completed.

Organochlorines PCBs Heavy metals PAHs Long-range transport Contaminant transport Petroleum hydrocarbons Exposure Dioxins/furans
111. Salinity stress of young Nephrops as a result of discarding after trawling

To be completed.

Biological effects Biology
112. Life at the limits:ecophysiology of krill during diurnal vertical migrations into hypoxic waters

To be completed

Biological effects Biology
113. Implication of prey switching in the common goby

The general aim of this project was to investigate ontogenetic diet switching in the common goby (Potamoschistus micops).

Biology
114. Analysing the Predictability of Mixture Toxicities to Algae

The project aimed at the analysis and prediction of mixture toxicities to marine algal communitites.

Biology
115. Reproductive biology in Corkwing wrasse (Crenilabrus melops (L.))

To be completed

Biology
116. Interactions between appendicularian and copepod grazing on dinoflagellate blooms

To be completed.

Biology
117. Filtration biology of compound ascidians in Scandinavian waters

To be completed.

Biology
118. Sexual signals and sexual selection in the sex role reversed pipefish Syngnathus typhle

To be completed

Biology
119. Nord Krill, physiology of photophore operation and mechanism of visiual selection of light level of sojourn in connection with Diurnal vertical migrations

To be completed.

Biology
120. The ecophysiology of crustaceans used as biomarker of stress

Aim of the research is to diagnose and prognose ecologically relevant effects of pollution using ecological and physiological biomarkers in crustaceans. Field studies combined with laboratory experiments are carried out on epibenthic and relatively sedentary crustaceans as e.g. Norway lobster and amphipods. Changes in population structure, behaviour, fertility, recruitment, blood and nerve physiology, energy reserves and kinetics and body load of trace metals (mainly manganese, copper and iron) related to stress from toxic compounds and hypoxia are investigated.

Biological effects Biology