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Popular Scientific Publications / Populärvetenskapliga publikationer


  • Evolution - the origin and development of life
    All living things, millions of species of plants and animals as well as humans, have a common origin. Since the first sign of life 3.8 billion years ago, constant change and development have occurred, what we call evolution.
    Meet three prominent evolutionary scientists at Uppsala University: Per Ahlberg, Hans Ellegren and Lynn Kamerlin, and Kerstin Johannesson at the University of Gothenburg.
    The film was produced by the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation, 2017-03-29

  • I am the Ocean - arts and sciences to move from ocean literacy to passion for the ocean, by Sam Dupont
    The outreach activities within CeCAR during 2017 and 2018 will focus on ocean acidification, marine environment and Co2 emissions. The observed changes in the ocean is a symptom of something bigger: the combination of local and global anthropogenic changes. These will have consequenses on humans and there is a need for increased ocean literacy.


  • Sea snails & prawns on the front line of ocean acidification, Stephen Gillman. Horizon, The EU Research & Innovation Magazine. Anna-Sara Krång's research on how ocean acidification affects the immune system in Norwegian lobster, Nephrops norvegicus, is one of the highlighted projects in the article. Anna-Sara Krång is project leader for CruCSChange, an EU-funded project aimed at understanding the combined impacts of climate change on marine organisms, such as the effect of ocean acidification and pollution on crustaceans.


  • Framtidens miljöövervakning tar hjälp av DNA-analys, Liljenström S. Extrakt, aktuell forskning för ett hållbart samhälle. Formas. (2014) Anna Godhe's research and her search for a molecular tool tracing adaptation in diatoms to eutrophication through history is presented in the popular science magazine Extrakt from Formas. 
  • Så ska livet under ytan få bästa skydd, Liljenström S. Extrakt, aktuell forskning för ett hållbart samhälle. Formas. (2014)
    Per Jonsson's research on larval dispersal and the design of marine reserve networks in Sweden is presented in the popular science magazine Extrakt from Formas.


  • CeMEB in Progress – Highlights in midterm from the Linnaeus Centre for Marine Evolutionary Biology, CeMEB. A publication, aimed for a nonspecialist audience, presents research and results and gives an introduction to the CeMEB world. (2013) 26 pp.
    CeMEB in Progress

  • Goda idéer for en bättre värld. De kungliga stiftelserna. Ny manet ho mot västkustens ekosystem, s 2-3. Presentation av Lene Friis Möllers forskning.
  • Försök att återskapa Bohusläns torskbestånd, s 9. Johannesson K. Västerhavet (Kontaktgrupp Hav) (2013).
  • Sociala tanganyikaciklider – andra delen av rapporten från ISBE 2012. Svensson O (2013). Ciklidbladet 1/2013: 45.


  • Rapport från ISBE 2012 – den 14:e internationella beteendeekologikongressen. Svensson O (2012). Ciklidbladet 4/2012: 25.


  • Den bortglömda mångfalden. Johannesson K. Havsutsikt 2/2011
  • Ta fisken och miljön i samma båt. Johannesson K. Framtider (Institutet för framtidsstudier, Stockholm) (2011).
  • Sea Urchin Body Is One Big Eye. Charles Q Choi for National Geographic News, Published May 2, 2011.
  • Environment: Earth's acid test. Nature News. Published online 9 March 2011 | Nature 471, 154-156 (2011). doi:10.1038/471154a
  • Förhistoriska klimatförändringar i Malawisjön. Svensson O (2011). Ciklidbladet 2/2011: 39.


  • Bevara bjälklagsarterna - nödvändiga recept för hållbara ekosystem. Johannesson K. Biodiversa (Svenska Artdatabanken) (2010).
  • Nordic Marine Science Today - Highlights from the Nordic Marine Science Conference 2010 (pdf), Strömstad. 2010, 16 pp, The Swedish Society for Marine Sciences.
  • Inquiry-to-Insight (I2I): An International Digital Environmental Education Project
    Géraldine Fauville, Jason Hodin, Pam Miller, Sam Dupont, David Epel, and Michael Thorndyke. Posted on September 19th, 2010 in Earthzine/ Articles, Education, Technology

    The Inquiry-to-Insight (I2I) project, a collaboration between Gothenburg University in Sweden and Stanford University in California, offers an educational program combining information and communication technologies (ICT), social networking Internet communities, and pedagogy directed at learning about and envisioning solutions to global environmental issues.
  • Guide to best practices for ocean acidification research and data reporting. 2010, 260 p. Riebesell U., Fabry V. J., Hansson L. & Gattuso J.-P. (Eds.) Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.
  • Björnsson BTh. Sundell K. Boudinot P. Le Gac F. Johnston IA. Schulz R. Canario AVM. Power DM. Stefansson SO. Zanuy S. Martin S and Secombes C. 2010. The LIFECYCLE project: greater basic knowledge on fish biology will help find long-term solutions to aquaculture production bottlenecks. Aquacult Eur 35:20-22
  • Hotas Tanganyikasjöns sardinfiske av det varmare klimatet? Svensson O (2010). Ciklidbladet 3/2010: 21.
  • Rapport från en vetenskaplig konferens i Berlin om evolutionär ekologi hos fiskar. Svensson O (2010). Ciklidbladet 1/2010:41.


  • Rödslistor och ekosystemansats - en svårlöst ekvation. Johannesson K. Kapitel i antologin: Naturvård bortom 2009. (red LJ Lundgren). Kassandra, 2009. 
  • Sex hos djur, Kvarnemo, C.  In: Djuren och människan - Om den moderna biologin och dess världsbild. (Ed LJ Erkell). Studentlitteratur, Lund.2009
  •  Fina fisken: fisken och forskaren snackar färg. Nilsson Sköld H. 2009. Havsutsikt 2: 10-11
  • Virtual ocean acidification laboratory as an efficient educational tool to address climate change issues.
    Géraldine Fauville, Jason Hodin, Sam Dupont, Pam Miller, Julie Haws, Michael Thorndyke, David Epel. Online climate conference "Climate 2009/Klima 2009"



CeMEB in progress

A publication, aimed for a nonspecialist audience, presents research and results and gives an introduction to the CeMEB world. (2013) 26 pp.

CeMEB in progress – Highlights in midterm from the Linnaeus Centre for Marine Evolutionary Biology

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