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IMR - PINRO reports - 2011

Atlas of the Barents Sea Fishes

The idea of making a fish atlas for the Barents Sea fishes came about when organizing and working with fish data from the Joint IMR–PINRO ecosystem survey. The Joint IMR–PINRO ecosystem survey is the most comprehensive survey that IMR and PINRO have conducted together, and carried out with 4-5 research vessels each year in August-September. The data from this survey in the years of 2004-2009 was used in here. The structure and content of the “Atlas of Barents Sea fishes” is strongly influenced by the “Atlas of the North Sea Fishes” by Knijn et al (1993), brought to our attention by O.A. Bergstad.


IMR/PINRO nr. 2 - 2011: Climate change and effects on the Barents Sea marine living resources

The traditional Russian-Norwegian Symposium was held at the UNIS (University Studies at Svalbard) in Longyearbyen, Svalbard (Spitsbergen), during the period 6-9 September 2011. A total of 53 participants attended the symposium which included 3 opening addresses, 4 keynote talks, 31 oral presentations and 13 posters.


IMR/PINRO no 3-2011: Survey Report from the Joint Norwegian/Russian Ecosystem Survey in the Barents Sea, August–October 2011

In 2011, a nearly total coverage of the Barents Sea was obtained, apart from small areas south and north of the “Loophole”, where the jurisdiction changed in July 2011 in accordance with the new Norwegian-Russian division line. As there were doubts about exactly where the Russian and Norwegian vessels could operate, none of the vessels could enter these areas. This report was prepared at a joint meeting in Murmansk, Russia, 10-13 October, followed by inputs during November and December 2011.