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    • A climatic trigger for the giant Troll pockmark field in the northern North Sea 

      Mazzini, Adriano; Svensen, Henrik; Forsberg, Carl Fredrik; Linge, Henriette; Lauritzen, Stein-Erik; Haflidason, Haflidi; Hammer, Øyvind; Planke, Sverre; Tjelta, Tor-Inge (Elsevier, 2017-04)
      Pockmarks are seafloor craters usually formed during methane release on continental margins. However, the mechanisms behind their formation and dynamics remain elusive. Here we report detailed investigations on one of the ...
      Journal article
    • Disentangling genetic and epigenetic determinants of ultrafast adaptation 

      Gjuvsland, Arne Bjørke; Zörgö, Enikö Beatrix; Antony Samy, Jeevan Karloss; Stenberg, Simon; Demirsoy, Ibrahim H; Roque, Francisco; Maciaszczyk-Dziubinska, Ewa; Migocka, Magdalena; Alonso-Perez, Elisa; Zackrisson, Martin; Wysocki, Robert; Tamas, Markus J; Jonassen, Inge; Omholt, Stig William; Warringer, Jonas (EMBO Press, 2016)
      A major rationale for the advocacy of epigenetically mediated adaptive responses is that they facilitate faster adaptation to environmental challenges. This motivated us to develop a theoretical–experimental framework for ...
      Journal article
    • From slab rollback to orogenic plateau formation: a numerical modelling study of ocean-continent subduction systems 

      Wolf, Sebastian Georg (The University of Bergen, 2016-05-30)
      The crustal structures of overriding plates in subduction settings around the world can vary between a large variety of deformation styles, ranging from extensional structures and back arc opening induced by slab roll back, ...
      Master thesis
    • Individual-Based Modelling As a Tool for Sustainable Red Deer Management 

      Wilson, Helene (The University of Bergen, 2019-06-15)
      Being able to predict how a population of red deer evolve over time for different hunting strategies, can be helpful for wildlife management in their decision-making as means for achieving a sustainable red deer population. ...
      Master thesis
    • Sediment Transport and Floods In A Changing Climate 

      Lund, Lars Fredrik Kirkebø (The University of Bergen, 2020-06-17)
      Rainfall intensity and river flood magnitudes in Norway are expected to increase in the near future due to climate change. This thesis investigates the morphological impacts this increase in rainfall intensity will have ...
      Master thesis