Marit Reigstad focuses on Oceanography, Arctic, Pelagic zone, Phytoplankton and Sea ice. In most of her Oceanography studies, her work intersects topics such as Trophic level. The study incorporates disciplines such as Marine ecosystem, Fjord and Spring in addition to Trophic level.
Her study in Forcing extends to Arctic with its themes. In the subject of general Phytoplankton, her work in Spring bloom and Photic zone is often linked to Ocean gyre, thereby combining diverse domains of study. Her studies in Plankton integrate themes in fields like Water column and Zooplankton.
Her primary areas of study are Oceanography, Arctic, Zooplankton, Phytoplankton and Plankton. Her research on Oceanography frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Spring bloom. Her study on Arctic dipole anomaly is often connected to Sociology of scientific knowledge as part of broader study in Arctic.
Marit Reigstad has included themes like Algal bloom, Water column and Crustacean in her Zooplankton study. Her study on Phytoplankton also encompasses disciplines like
Oceanography, Arctic, Phytoplankton, Plankton and Sea ice are her primary areas of study. Her study in the field of Hydrography and Pelagic zone also crosses realms of Population. She has researched Arctic in several fields, including Climate change, Atmospheric sciences, Seasonality, Fjord and Subarctic climate.
Her Phytoplankton research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Arctic ice pack and Total organic carbon. Her work deals with themes such as Photic zone and Zooplankton, which intersect with Plankton. Her Zooplankton study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Bloom, Water column, Food web, Dissolved organic carbon and Animal science.
Marit Reigstad mainly investigates Oceanography, Spring bloom, Arctic, Hydrography and Phytoplankton. Marit Reigstad applies her multidisciplinary studies on Oceanography and Population in her research. Her Spring bloom research integrates issues from Pelagic zone and Biogeochemical cycle.
In her research on the topic of Arctic, Mesopelagic zone is strongly related with Plankton. Her Hydrography study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Front, Surface water, Zooplankton, Sea ice and Inflow. Her Phytoplankton course of study focuses on Environmental chemistry and Biomass.
This overview was generated by a machine learning system which analysed the scientist’s body of work. If you have any feedback, you can contact us here.
Food webs and carbon flux in the Barents Sea
Paul Wassmann;Marit Reigstad;Tore Haug;Bert Rudels.
Progress in Oceanography (2006)
Future Arctic Ocean Seasonal Ice Zones and Implications for Pelagic-Benthic Coupling
Paul Wassmann;Marit Reigstad.
The importance of tidewater glaciers for marine mammals and seabirds in Svalbard, Norway
Christian Lydersen;Philipp Assmy;Stig Falk-Petersen;Jack Kohler.
Journal of Marine Systems (2014)
Global and regional drivers of nutrient supply, primary production and CO2 drawdown in the changing Arctic Ocean
Jean-Éric Tremblay;Leif G. Anderson;Patricia Matrai;Pierre Coupel.
Progress in Oceanography (2015)
Variations in hydrography, nutrients and chlorophyll a in the marginal ice-zone and the central Barents Sea
Marit Reigstad;Paul Wassmann;Christian Wexels Riser;Sigrid Øygarden.
Journal of Marine Systems (2002)
Modelling the ecosystem dynamics of the Barents Sea including the marginal ice zone: II. Carbon flux and interannual variability
Paul Wassmann;Dag Slagstad;Christian Wexels Riser;Marit Reigstad.
Journal of Marine Systems (2006)
On the trophic fate of Phaeocystis pouchetii (hariot): VI. Significance of Phaeocystis-derived mucus for vertical flux
Ulf Riebesell;M. Reigstad;P. Wassmann;T. Noji.
Netherlands Journal of Sea Research (1995)
Spring bloom dynamics in Kongsfjorden, Svalbard: nutrients, phytoplankton, protozoans and primary production
Helene Hodal;Stig Falk-Petersen;Haakon Hop;Svein Kristiansen.
Polar Biology (2012)
The fate of production in the central Arctic Ocean – top–down regulation by zooplankton expatriates?
Kalle Olli;Paul Wassmann;Marit Reigstad;Tatjana N. Ratkova.
Progress in Oceanography (2007)
The Barents and Chukchi Seas: Comparison of two Arctic shelf ecosystems
George L. Hunt;Arny L. Blanchard;Peter Boveng;Padmini Dalpadado.
Journal of Marine Systems (2013)
If you think any of the details on this page are incorrect, let us know.
We appreciate your kind effort to assist us to improve this page, it would be helpful providing us with as much detail as possible in the text box below: