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Atlantic salmon is a well-studied species, but there are still mysteries of where they reside in the ocean and what impacts their marine survival. ATLANTIC SALMON AT SEA - factors affecting their growth and survival (SeaSalar) is a research program where research institutions join forces to increase the knowledge on Norwegian salmon at sea.

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Astrid Raunsgard. Foto: Privat
26.11.2018

New PhD-student in the team

Astrid Raunsgard has joined the SeaSalar-team as a PhD-student.
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Workshop participants. Photo: Siv Kristin Eikås Hovland, IMR
01.11.2018

Holding up PIT-tags to demonstrate how small they are. Can you see them?

Workshopping our way through the question of how small salmon we can tag with PIT-tags. An important question in the SeaSalar project - trying to understand the variable marine survival of salmon.
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John Fredrik Støm after successfully defending his PhD Thesis. Foto: Ellen Kathrine Bludd
09.10.2018

From PhD to postdoc

John F. Strøm defended his PhD at UiT The Arctic University of Norway 14 September. He thereby entered his new position as a postdoc in the SeaSalar project. 
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