News from the MEESO project

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2022
MIK or Midwater Ring Net. Photographer: Svanhildur Egilsdóttir, MFRI.
22 JUL

Vacant PhD scholarship in mesopelagic resources – application deadline 19 August...

A PhD Scholarship within mesopelagic fish resources and ecosystem functioning is available at National University of Ireland Galway.

Keyboard. Photo: Colourbox
17 MAR

Reports from MEESO work packages

Six reports from the first reporting period and an updated dissemination plan are available at the MEESO website.

Benthosema glaciale, or glacier lantern fish. Photographer: Svanhildur Egilsdóttir, MFRI.
09 MAR

Workshop invitation: Building our knowledge of the mesopelagic zone

On 25 march 2022, a hybrid workshop with new knowledge and insights of the mesopelagic zone will be held.

24 JAN

New publication: How do scientists use sound to count fish in the deep sea?

Results from the MEESO project has been published in Frontiers for Young Minds.

2021
Deployment of the MESSOR towed vehicle, which combines broadband acoustical, optical and environmental sensors. Photo: IMR.
08 NOV

New publication: Material resistance to shear deformation is characterized by...

Results from the MEESO project has been published in ICES Journal of Marine Science.

Calibration of a drifting acoustic buoy in Bjørnafjorden, Norway. Photo: Shale Rosen, Institute of Marine Research.
01 NOV

New publication: Application of algorithm to identify mesopelagic target types

Results from the MEESO project has been published in ICES Journal of Marine Science. 

Echogram
25 OCT

New publication: Vertical distribution and migration of mesopelagic scatterers

Results from the MEESO project has been published in the scientific journal Deep Sea Research.

Paraeuchaeta barbata. Photo: Svanhildur Egilsdottir
21 OCT

New publication: Ecology of mesozooplankton

Results from the MEESO project has been published in the scientific journal Deep Sea Research.

A wide band acoustic system is placed in a trawl used to sample mesopelagic organisms. Photo: Shale Rosen, Institute of Marine Research.
18 OCT

New publication: Acoustic method to observe mesopelagic organisms

Results from the MEESO project has been published in the scientific journal Deep Sea Research.

Mesooelagic catch. Photo: AZTI
08 OCT

New publication: Economic performance of potential mesopelagic fishery

A new paper with results from the MEESO project has been published in the highly recognized scientific journal Frontiers in Marine Science. 

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13 AUGUST 2022