Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.co.uk/citations?user=_lGFC5cAAAAJ&hl=en
ACCES: De-icing of Arctic Coasts: Critical or new opportunities for marine biodiversity and Ecosystem Services? https://www.acces-arctic.com/
An overview over some of my current research projects is found here: https://www.mare-incognitum.no/
I am also part of the The Nansen Legacy – Norway’s largest marine research project
Janne Søreide on the ARCTOS network: See full scientific CV here
Available Bachelor’s project:
|Pseudocalanus species complex in the high-Arctic (PDF)|
Janne Søreide in UNIS news:
24.08.2021: Major biological changes on the shoreline of Svalbard
15.07.2021: Fjord ice in Svalbard – an important kindergarten for seafloor animal babies
08.02.2021: Where is the sea ice?
14.10.2020: Warm Atlantic water wants in, but is prevented from entering Isfjorden
07.07.2020: 2020 – A good sea ice year in Svalbard?
08.06.2020: World Oceans Day: The Nansen Legacy
22.05.2020: Biodiversity Day in Svalbard
20.02.2020: Ice in sight!
17.12.2019: We measure the temperature of Isfjorden
14.11.2019: Fate of copepods in a warming Arctic dependent on the algae season
08.10.2019: Atlantification of the marine ecosystem in Kongsfjorden, Svalbard
22.03.2019: Cold, but not cold enough!
02.11.2018: Stories from Rijpfjorden 4: On mine kibbles, sea ice and food chains
09.07.2018: First record of the hydrozoan Sympagohydra tuuli in Svalbard sea ice
31.01.2017: Will there be ice on the Svalbard fjords this winter?
09.12.2016: Meroplankton in Svalbard waters
22.03.2016: Any hope for sea ice this winter?
09.01.2012: More millions for zooplankton research
16.07.2010: Reduced sea ice – big consequences
23.07.2009: Unique data collection throughout the Arctic year
30.09.2008: Effects of climate change on the Arctic marine fauna