imr

Overview

Institute of Marine Research (IMR)  established in 1900, is THE marine national governmental institution under the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries in Norway providing advice towards the government and international community on fisheries science and fisheries management. 
IMR
plays a major role within the International Council for the Exploration of the Seas (ICES). In addition IMR take actively part in the Copernicus/GOOS activities, with a brief for ecosystem monitoring and research for better management of marine ecosystems and aquaculture.
IMR
is responsible for the stock assessment and is involved in a wide spectrum of activities (field and modelling) and disciplines related to ecosystem dynamics (primary/secondary production, harmful algal blooms, fish larval growth), bio-physical interactions, and climate.


IMR
hosts the Norwegian Marine Data centre. IMR has strong activities in collaborating with Fisheries by using the so-called Reference Fleet. In addition, IMR is responsible for the national Research vessel fleet organisation. IMR is in charge of the operation of the Arctic INSITU TAC component.

IMR is in charge of the Arctic INSITU TAC component and in charge of the task to improvement of REP biogeochemistry products. Cointact: cmems-service@hi.no

People

Sjur Ringheim Lid
Manager
Arctic TAC
Sjur.ringheim.lid@hi.no

  CV

Vidar S. Lien
Project member
Arctic TAC
vidar.lien@hi.no

  CV

Kjell Gundersen
Improvement of REP biogeochemistry products
Kjell.Gundersen@hi.no

  CV

Henning Wehde
Project member
Arctic TAC
Henning.Wehde@hi.no

  CV