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IMR - PINRO samarbeidsrapporter - 2009

IMR/PINRO 1/2009 Survey Report from the joint Norwegian-Russian ecosystem survey in the Barents Sea August-October 2008, Volume 1

The sixth joint ecosystem survey was carried out during the period 1 August to 4 October 2008. The survey encompasses various surveys that previously have been carried out jointly for at national basis. Joint investigations include the 0-group survey, the acoustic survey for pelagic fish (previously known as the capelin survey), and the investigations on young Greenland halibut north and east of Spitsbergen. Oceanographic investigations have always formed a part of these surveys, and studies on plankton have been included for many years. In recent years, observations of sea mammals, seabirds, bottom fishes and benthos have been included. Consequently, from 2003, these surveys were called “ecosystem surveys”.

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IMR/PINRO 02/2009: Joint Norwegian-Russian environmental status 2008 Report on the Barents Sea Ecosystem Part I – Short version

This is a short version of the Joint Norwegian-Russian environmental status 2008 report on the Barents Sea Ecosystem. It is written to provide an easy accessible summary of the main findings in the full report, and is aimed at groups such as decision makers, professionals involved in developing ecosystem-based management and journalists.

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IMR/PINRO 03/2009:Joint Norwegian-Russian environmental status 2008 Report on the Barents Sea Ecosystem Part II - Complete report

This report is a co-operation project between the Joint Russian - Norwegian Commission on Environmental Cooperation and the Joint Russian-Norwegian Fisheries Commission. The initiative to the report was taken by the environmental commission and was later acknowledged by the fisheries commission. Formally, it is the realisation of Project no. 1 of the Work Program for 2009-2010 for the Russian-Norwegian Environmental Cooperation, as approved by 14th meeting of the environmental commission. The work has been carried out under the umbrella of the Marine Working Group of the environmental commission and has build on the experiences from the series of previous joint PINRO/IMR reports on the status of the Barents Sea ecosystem (Stiansen et al 2006, 2007, 2008).

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