This site is for the research and publications of the KELPEX research project funded by MARINFORSK Norwegian Research Council 2016-2018.

News

January 18, 2018

October 19, 2017

September 1, 2017

Please reload

Partners

 
 

Publications

Wernberg T, Filbee-Dexter K. 2018. Grazers extend blue carbon transfer by slowing sinking speeds of kelp detritus. Scientific reports, 8(1), 17180.

 

Filbee-Dexter K, Wernberg T, Norderhaug KM, Ramirez-Llodra E, Fredrickson S, Pedersen, M. 2019. Arctic kelp forests: productivity, resilience, and future. Global and Planetary Change. 172:1-14.

Wernberg T, Krumhansl, K, Filbee-Dexter K, and Pedersen, M. 2019. Status and trends for the world’s kelp forests. In: World Seas: An Environmental Evaluation, Vol III: Ecological Issues and Environmental Impacts, 2e. Ed. C. Sheppard. Elsevier.

Filbee-Dexter, K, Wernberg, T, Norderhaug, KM, Ramirez-Llodra, E, Pedersen MF. 2018. Movement of pulsed resource subsidies from kelp forests to deep fjords. Oecologia.

Filbee-Dexter, K., Wernberg, T. 2018. Rise of Turfs: A New Battlefront for Globally Declining Kelp Forests. BioScience 147.

Frisk, NL. 2017. The effect of temperature and oxygen availability on decay rate and change in food quality of Laminaria hyperborea detritus. MSc Thesis. Supervisor: Morten Foldager Pedersen. 

 

Ramirez-Llodra E, Rinde E, Gundersen H, Christie H, Fagerli CW, Fredriksen S, Gitmark JK, Norling K, Walday MG, and Norderhaug KM, 2016. A snap shot of the short-term response of crustaceans to macrophyte detritus in the deep Oslofjord. Scientific reports, 6.

Van Gyseghem, Margo (2018). The effect of kelp detritus on meiobenthic community composition and functioning in Malangen fjord, Northern Norway. MSc Thesis. Uni. Gent, Belgium (available upon request)

Kelp export: fuel for adjacent communities in changing arctic ecosystems

© 2016 by KELPEX.