Doctoral presentations of current interest, where the thesis is available in Munin:

23 Sep 2022: Sofia Elisabeth Kjellman

Holocene precipitation seasonality on Svalbard and in Northern Fennoscandia reconstructed using organic geochemical and stable isotope proxies

23 Sep 2022: Suthamathy Nadarajah

Economic seafood industries issues in Sri Lanka: Challenges for the sectors in developing countries due to institutions, environmental challenges in aquaculture and data poor fisheries

27 Sep 2022: Benjamin Storm

Venous Air Embolism and Complement-driven Thromboinflammation. In vitro human whole blood studies and in vivo porcine studies on the effect of air emboli on the complement system, cytokine network, and the hemostasis

27 Sep 2022: Mona Dixon Gundersen

Interleukin 33: a locally induced alarmin in the colonic mucosa of ulcerative colitis

28 Sep 2022: Sead Zimeri

The Morality of Law

30 Sep 2022: Kristina Fladseth

Clinical characteristics, mortality and pain tolerance in stable versus acute presentation of coronary heart disease

30 Sep 2022: Maria Sæther

Det indre liv i NAV. Kommunikasjon om prioritering og arbeidsform på et NAV-kontor

04 Oct 2022: Kristina Barbara Slåtsve

Prevalence, vascular complications, and level of health care treatment in individuals with type 2 and type 1 diabetes mellitus

04 Oct 2022: Marlene Bruun Lauridsen

Interpersonal competence in challenging encounters: Towards a paradigm shift in human services - Creating conditions for professional development through action research and trauma-informed restorative practice

05 Oct 2022: Raphaëlle Descôteaux

Meroplankton on Arctic inflow shelves: Diversity, seasonality and origins of benthic invertebrate larvae on the Barents and Chukchi shelves

06 Oct 2022: Xu Sun

A Decision-Support Framework for Smart and Sustainable Reverse Logistics Network Design

07 Oct 2022: Vegard Stensen

On the place of self-respect and self-esteem in the justification of a theory of social justice

07 Oct 2022: Tonje Kristin Jensen

Catch quality of Northeast Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) caught by bottom trawl and gillnet – Effects of changes in gear design and fishing practices

10 Oct 2022: Nerea Johanna Aalto

Atmospheric CO2 drawdown, community dynamics and selection of surface microbiomes in marine cold-water ecosystems

14 Oct 2022: Anup Shrestha

The Regulation of Steroid Receptor Co-activator-3 Activity by p38MAPK-MK2 Signaling Pathway

14 Oct 2022: Hao Chen

Data-driven Arctic wind energy analysis by statistical and machine learning approaches

19 Oct 2022: Mie Jareid

Epithelial ovarian cancer. Population-based cohort studies. The NOWAC Study and Postgenome biobank

08 Nov 2022: Martin Bruusgaard Harbitz

Exploring patient safety in rural general practice - a mixed-methods approach

10 Nov 2022: Theodor Sandal Rolfsen

Enjoyment and Transcendence

  • Multiphysics Perspective of Microspray 

    Khawaja, Hassan (Conference object; Konferansebidrag, 2022-09-22)
  • Parasite–copepod interactions in Svalbard: diversity, host specificity, and seasonal patterns 

    Cleary, Alison Clare; Callesen, Trine A.; Berge, Jørgen; Gabrielsen, Tove M. (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2022-06-24)
    Copepods of the genera Calanus and Pseudocalanus are important components of Arctic marine ecosystems. Despite the key roles of these zooplankters, little is known about the organisms they interact with most intimately, their parasites and symbionts. We applied metabarcode sequencing to uncover eukaryotic parasites present within these two copepod genera from three areas around the high Arctic ...
  • Life history adaptations to fluctuating environments: Combined effects of demographic buffering and lability 

    Le Coeur, Christie; Yoccoz, Nigel; Salguero-Gómez, Roberto; Vindenes, Yngvild (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2022-08-20)
    Demographic buffering and lability have been identified as adaptive strategies to optimise fitness in a fluctuating environment. These are not mutually exclusive, however, we lack efficient methods to measure their relative importance for a given life history. Here, we decompose the stochastic growth rate (fitness) into components arising from nonlinear responses and variance–covariance of demographic ...
  • Spatial occurrence and abundance of marine zooplankton in Northeast Greenland 

    Beroujon, Théo; Schou Christiansen, Jørgen; Norrbin, Fredrika (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2022-08-20)
    We present a large-scale survey of mesozooplankton (size range 0.2–20 mm) across coastal, shelf, and slope locations in Northeast Greenland (latitudes 74–79° N, August 2015 and September 2017). Our study is centred on the Video Plankton Recorder (VPR) for non-invasive in situ observations of taxa distribution and abundance while simultaneously recording oceanographic profiles. A modified WP-2 plankton ...
  • Finite Element Analysis to determine the impact of Infill density on Mechanical Properties of 3D Printed Materials 

    Andleeb, Zahra; Khawaja, Hassan; Andersen, Kristian; Moatamedi, Mojtaba (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2022-09-29)
    Additive manufacturing (AM) is the process in which objects are created through the layer-by-layer deposition of material that is controlled by a computer. The infill is the internal structure of the 3D printed model. It determines the strength, weight, cost, time, and overall quality of the part. Ranging from simple lines to more complex geometric shapes, infill patterns can affect a part's ...

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