Professor Jørgen Berge works at the Arctic University of Norway and holds an adjunct position at UNIS.
Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.co.uk/citations?user=_HxJmtUAAAAJ&hl=en
CircA: Circadian rhythms of Arctic zooplankton from polar twilight to polar night – patterns, processes, and ecosystem implications.
Marine Night: Achieve a basic understanding of Arctic biodiversity and food web structure during the polar night.
GrønBille: Analysing long-term data on variability, patterns and trends in the physical environment affecting the timing of blooms in Billefjorden and Grønfjorden in Svalbard.
Information on all projects is found on this website: https://www.mare-incognitum.no/
Jørgen Berge in UNIS news:
05.10.2020: About cheese, sea ice and a warmer Arctic
27.07.2020: A life in isolation
23.02.2020: While we wait for the light – part 3
21.02.2020: While we wait for the light – part 2
19.02.2020: While we wait for the light – part 1
20.01.2020: Ice in sight!
05.11.2018: Stories from Rijpfjorden 5: On the way in (and out) of Rijpfjorden
02.11.2018: Stories from Rijpfjorden 4: On mine kibbles, sea ice and food chains
30.10.2018: Stories from Rijpfjorden 3: Monster!
18.09.2018: Stories from Rijpfjorden 2: A time witness from a bygone era
13.09.2018: Stories from Rijpfjorden 1: A unique place of great importance to our understanding of the Arctic
28.09.2017: Two peculiar acquaintances from the Svalbard fjords
25.08.2017: The snow crab has arrived!
16.01.2017: About bamboo, ghost shrimps and a changing Arctic
24.10.2014: Svalbard Blue mussels on the menu?
12.09.2012: Reduced sea ice – less consequences than anticipated?
06.07.2012: The avocado of the ocean
04.05.2012: Norwegian spring spawning herring extending into the Svalbard fjords
20.12.2010: Biodiversity in the Arctic
25.03.2010: The climate watchdogs of tomorrow
31.10.2008: Life in the dark
30.09.2008: Effects of climate change on the Arctic marine fauna