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    • Networked journals. A shift of paradigm in scholarly communication 

      Brattli, Tore (Working paper; Arbeidsnotat, 2000-05-01)
      The transition to networked journals is well under way and we have already passed the point of no return. There is no turning back now. Networked journals are fundamental different from traditional paper journals in several ways. One of them is that they are location independent. That means that it doesn´t matter where they are stored or organized and they don´t need to be collected to be locally ...
    • Floral motifs in Garshin and Dagny Juel: A Literary Parallel. 

      Brodal, Jan (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel, 2002)
    • Harmløs dissenter eller djevelsk trollmann? Trolldomsprosessen mot samen Anders Poulsen i 1692 

      Hagen, Rune Blix (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel, 2002)
      Urfolket i Nord-Europa, samene, kom også i søkelyset da hekseforfølgelsen grep om seg på 1500- og 1600-tallet. Sett i forhold til det lave folketallet ble mange samer på Nordkalotten dømt for trolldomsaktivitet. Artikkelen til Rune Hagen er den første empiriske undersøkelsen av omfanget av trolldomsprosesser mot samer i Norge. Undersøkelsen viser at 37 samer, de fleste menn, ble tiltalt og dømt ...
    • Ultima Thule 

      Hagen, Rune Blix (Working paper; Arbeidsnotat, 2002-03)
    • Hekserier i jul- og mørketid 

      Hagen, Rune Blix (Working paper; Arbeidsnotat, 2002-12)
    • Information Literacy 

      Nesset, Sigmund (Working paper; Arbeidsnotat, 2003-01)
    • Godbiter fra rektor Qvigstads boksamling 

      Rundberg, Magne (Working paper; Arbeidsnotat, 2003-03)
    • Flora Danica i Tromsø: Den yngre Flora Danica 

      Kermit, Hans (Preprint; Manuskript, 2003-04-15)
      The name Flora Danica – the flora of Denmark - is used for two richly illustrated books and a magnificent service. The oldest book called Flora Danica was published in 1648 by physician and anatomen Simon Paulli (1603-1680). Pauli was appointed as professor of anatomy and surgery at the University of Copenhagen. The Danish King Christian V in 1645 gave him the mission to get published a Herbarium ...
    • Ontogenetic niche shifts and resource partitioning in a subarctic piscivorous fish guild 

      Amundsen, Per-Arne; Bøhn, Thomas; Popova, Olga A.; Staldvik, Frode J.; Reshetnikov, Yuri S.; Kashulin, Nikolay A.; Lukin, Anatoly A. (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2003-05)
      The feeding ecology of three piscivorous fish species (perch (<i>Perca fluviatilis</i>), pike (<i>Esox lucius</i>) and burbot (<i>Lota lota</i>)), was studied in the subarctic Pasvik watercourse (69 ° N), northern Norway and Russia. All three species primarily occupied the benthic habitats in the watercourse. Perch and burbot exhibited distinct ontogenetic niche shifts in food resource use, perch ...
    • "Poèt v Rossii – Bol’she chem Poèt" or the Poet as Superman 

      Brodal, Jan (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel, 2004)
    • Kongens reise til det ytterste nord. Dagbøker fra Christian IVs tokt til Finnmark og Kola i 1599 

      Sparboe, Per Einar; Hagen, Rune Blix; Salvesen, Helge; Carisius, Jonas; Grubbe, Sivert (Book; Bok, 2004)
      I løpet av tre vår- og sommermåneder i 1599 ledet den dansk-norske kongen Christian IV en ekspedisjon nordover langs kysten av sitt norske rike. Under toktet ble det ført dagbok av to av kongens medarbeidere og disse utgjør sentrale deler av boka. Formålet var å rense "Hans Kongelige Majestets Strømme" for sjørøvere, fribyttere og andre som seilte øst- og nordom Vardø uten å betale toll. Kongen ville ...
    • Gill raker morphology and feeding ecology of two sympatric morphs of European whitefish (Coregonus lavaretus) 

      Amundsen, Per-Arne; Bøhn, Thomas; Vågå, G. H. (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2004)
      Two whitefish morphs have been identified in lakes in northern Norway from a bimodal distribution of gill raker numbers: a sparsely- and a densely-rakered. Habitat choice and feeding ecology of whitefish were studied in five lakes with the two morphs living in sympatry, and in five lakes harbouring only the sparsely-rakered morph. In sympatry, the two whitefish morphs exhibited a strict niche ...
    • Rapidly changing life history during invasion 

      Bøhn, Thomas; Sandlund, Odd Terje; Amundsen, Per-Arne; Primicerio, Raul (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2004-05-17)
      The fish species vendace (<i>Coregonus albula</i>) invaded the sub‐arctic Pasvik watercourse during the second half of the 1980s, and became the dominant pelagic species in the upstream part of the watercourse within a few years. Life history traits of the pioneer population of vendace in Pasvik were recorded from 1991–2000. A rapid increase in population density in the upstream part of the watercourse ...
    • The Multivariate Normal Inverse Gaussian distribution: EM-estimation and analysis of synthetic aperture sonar data 

      Øigård, Tor Arne; Hanssen, Alfred; Hansen, Roy Edgar (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2004-09)
      The heavy-tailed Multivariate Normal Inverse Gaussian (MNIG) distribution is a recent variance-mean mixture of a multivariate Gaussian with a univariate inverse Gaussian distribution. Due to the complexity of the likelihood function, parameter estimation by direct maximization is exceedingly difficult. To overcome this problem, we propose a fast and accurate multivariate ExpectationMaximization (EM) ...
    • Ecological interactions and evolution: Forgotten parts of biodiversity? 

      Bøhn, Thomas; Amundsen, Per-Arne (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2004-09-01)
      <p>Organisms are shaped contemporaneously by ecological processes and over long periods of time by evolution, processes that have led to the diversification of life. But is the diversity of life all biodiversity is? We argue that biodiversity is the conclusion drawn both from the variety of life forms and from the variety of processes that have shaped them. One cannot talk about biodiversity in a ...
    • Raskol'nikov - the unrepentant sinner 

      Brodal, Jan (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel, 2005)
    • Kvensk bibliografi 

      Bogetvedt, Helena (Working paper; Arbeidsnotat, 2005-02)
    • An assessment on potential long-term health effects caused by antibiotic resistance marker genes in genetically modified organisms based on antibiotic usage and resistance patterns in Norway. 

      Nes, Ingolf; Berdal, Knut G; Kruse, Hilde; Mikalsen, Arne; Nielsen, Kaare Magne; Sundsfjord, Arnfinn; Yazdankhah, Siamak Pour (Research report; Forskningsrapport, 2005-11-25)
      Usage of antibiotics selects for resistant bacteria, resulting in reduced treatment options, and increased morbidity and mortality from microbial infections. Development of resistance in susceptible bacteria can occur through spontaneous mutation or horizontal gene transfer (HGT). Our current understanding of resistance development in bacterial pathogens is more descriptive ...
    • Da Datatilsynet kom : En skrekkhistorie? 

      Frantsvåg, Jan Erik (Conference object; Konferansebidrag, 2006)
    • Prey consumption rates and growth of piscivorous brown trout in a subarctic watercourse 

      Jensen, Hallvard; Amundsen, Per-Arne; Elliott, J. Malcolm; Bøhn, Thomas; Aspholm, Paul Eric (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2006-02-28)
      Prey consumption rates of piscivorous brown trout <i>Salmo trutta</i> were studied in the Pasvik watercourse, which forms the border between Norway and Russia. Estimates of food consumption in the field were similar to or slightly less than maximum values from a bioenergetic model. The piscivore diet consisted mainly of vendace <i>Coregonus albula</i> with a smaller number of whitefish <i>Coregonus ...