News from the MEESO project

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Meganyctiphanes norvegica. Photographer: Svanhildur Egilsdóttir, MFRI.
02 DEC

New publications on the governance of open ocean and fish carbon

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

A common mesopelagic fish species, Müller’s pearlside (Maurolicus muelleri). Photo: Kjetil Gjeitsund Thorvaldsen.
09 NOV

PhD defence about population ecology of mesopelagic fishes

On 18 November 2022, Kjetil Gjeitsund Thorvaldsen, DTU Aqua will defend his PhD thesis. It is possible to attend the defence at DTU in Denmark or online.

Thor at sea, identifying mesopelagic jellies, fish and crustaceans with colleagues and friends
21 OCT

Sad news about Thor Aleksander Klevjer

We have received the very sad news that Thor Aleksander Klevjer unexpectedly died in his home 13 October 2022. He was 46 years old. 

Part of article in the DTU profile magazine DYNAMO
17 OCT

Popular scientific article on the potential exploitation of the mesopelagic zone

An article about the MEESO project has been published in DTU's profile magazine DYNAMO.

Whale shark (Rhincodon typus). Photo: J. Fontes ImagDOP
12 SEP

New publication: The functional and ecological significance of deep diving by...

Results from the MEESO project has been published in Annual Review of Marine Science.

31 AUG

New publication: Mass estimates of individual gas-bearing mesopelagic fish

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

31 AUG

New publication: Mesopelagic fish gas bladder elongation

Results from the MEESO project has been published in The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America.

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.

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9 DECEMBER 2022