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Deprecated: Function split() is deprecated in /home/barentsp/public_html/barentsportal09/plugins/system/jfrouter.php on line 456 IntroductionBarentsPortal - a comprehensive description and evaluation of the environmental status of the Barents Sea ecosystem, including human activities and impact in the area, using relevant scientific and monitoring knowledge from Norwegian, Russian and other sources. The status comprise climate change, fishery activities, marine pollution, oil and gas activity, shipping, marine resource management, and environmental management. Further more, a detail and updated description and analyse of marin biology and ecology, including red list species, biodiversity, end the main species groups as whales, seals, polar bear, whalerus, phytoplankton and zooplankton as copepods as calanus species, bottom communities, marine bacteria, fish fauna as the key species capelin, northeast atlantic cod and atlantic herring. In addition there are a detail description of environmental factors as sea ice, hydrographical factors as temperature and salinity and current mainly drives by the Gulf Stream or north atlantic drift. The report is sponsored by the russian-norwegian commission on environmental protection and the norwegian-russian fishery commission, ministry of environment and Ministry of natural resources and ecology in the russian federation.
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http://www.barentsportal.com/barentsportal09/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=435%3Aintroduction&catid=93%3Aintroduction&Itemid=179&lang=enTo ensure the comparability of observation results and to estimate seasonal and year-to year variations in oceanographic variables, it was suggested in Stockholm as early as 1899 that measurements should be made at standard depths and on standard sections. At the beginning of the 20th century observations started on the Kola Section in the Barents Sea (Knipovich 1906), and by the 1930s, a network of such sections had been developed in the area (Figure 3.2.1).]]>firstname.lastname@example.org (J. E. Stiansen (IMR), A. A. Filin (PINRO), K.M. Kovacs (NPI), A.L. Karsakov (PINRO), C.D. Olseng, and H. Strøm (NPI))IntroductionThu, 03 Dec 2009 11:13:50 +0000