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Forskning

Monitors the impact of lost fishing gear in the Adriatic Sea

Twice a month over a period of six month, gillnets and traps are being monitored with the help of scuba diving gear in the Valun Bay, Medulin, Istra in Croatia. The project is lead by Dorian Vodopia, PhD candidate in SFI Dsolve, and assess the impact of Abandoned, Lost, and Discarded Fishing Gear (ALDFG) on ecosystems in the northern Adriatic Sea.

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Forskning

Monitors the impact of lost fishing gear in the Adriatic Sea

Twice a month over a period of six month, gillnets and traps are being monitored with the help of scuba diving gear in the Valun Bay, Medulin, Istra in Croatia. The project is lead by Dorian Vodopia, PhD candidate in SFI Dsolve, and assess the impact of Abandoned, Lost, and Discarded Fishing Gear (ALDFG) on ecosystems in the northern Adriatic Sea.

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April 9th, 2024 |
Annual Report

Annual Report 2023

Read Dsolves annual report 2023

March 20th, 2024 |
Conference

Young scientists host international conference session

Two of SFI Dsolve`s skilled PhD candidates host the session on fishery- and aquaculture related marine plastic pollution at this years international ICYMARE Conference for young marine scientists. The conference takes place in Bremen 16.- 20. September.

March 20th, 2024 |
Open Boat

Recording of the seminar at Helmer Hanssen

Watch the recording from the seminar and open boat arranged at the FF Helmer Hanssen during this year Skrei Conference.

March 4th, 2024 |
Open boat

Meet SFI Dsolve at the annual Skrei Conference

"Skrei" is the name of the North Atlantic cod wandering to the shore of Lofoten and Vesterålen to spawn each winter. At the annual Skrei Conference in Myre, the research vessel FF Helmer Hanssen docks to invite the public to seminar and open boat.

February 22nd, 2024 |
New project

Networking for increasing sustainability in snow crab fisheries in the Arctic

The recently initiated project aim to address sustainability challenges in snow crab fisheries, specifically focusing on challenges caused by lost fishing gear and plastic materials used in snow crab pots.

February 2nd, 2024 |
Research

Meet our new research coordinator

We are pleased to present Valentina Pauna as SFI Dsolve's new research coordinator. Pauna is a researcher at NORSUS, bringing important expertise into the centre.

January 24th, 2024 |
Name of the Year

Dsolve partner awarded Name of the Year in the Seafood Industry

We congratulate the general manager of Dsolve partner Kvarøy Fiskeoppdrett AS, Alf-Gøran Knutsen, who has been awarded Name of the Year in the Norwegian seafood industry.

January 23rd, 2024 |
Chronicle

Lost Fishing Gear - Fishermen's point of view

Ghost fishing from lost fishing gear is receiving increasing attention in research and innovation. SFI Dsolve has asked 900 Norwegian fishermen what they believe causes lost gear, and about their perspectives on how to solve this challenge. The answers are presented in a chronicle published in Fiskeribladet 23.01.2024.

December 21st, 2023 |
News

Finally! We have launched our new website. Please take a moment to explore.

We have put considerable effort into creating a new website that is both user-friendly and intuitive. Our primary objective has been to enhance the accessibility and relevance of the center's research and activities to our target audience. The website has been developed by SALT Lofoten AS in collaboration with Webium AS.

November 15th, 2023 |
Conference

SFI Dsolve has attended the first International Conference on Ghostgear

The conference brought together managers, researchers and specialists in ghost gear removal and gear producers to find solutions for how to reduce the effects of ghost gear on marine populations and ecosystems..

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