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CARMA - CARbon sequestration by Greenland’s Marine forests in a warming Arctic

Forskningsprojektet vil teste hypotesen om, at den andel af lagret kulstof på havbunden, som stammer fra Arktiske marine skove (tang og havgræsser) er stigende og af global relevans – med fokus på Grønland som test område.

Projektet er støttet af Danmarks Frie Forskningsfond (DFF) og ledet af forskere fra Aarhus universitet, Institut for Ecoscience og Institut for Geoscience i samarbejde med forskere fra King Abdullah University, Saudi Arabien, Helmholtz Zentrum Geesthacht, Institute of Coastal Research, Tyskland og Max Planck institute, Tyskland.

Publikationer

2021

2020

2019

  • Macreadie PI, Anton A, Raven JA, Beaumont N, Connolly RM, Friess DA, Kelleway JJ, Kennedy H, Kuwae T,
Lavery PS, Lovelock CE, Smale DA, Apostolaki ET, Atwood TB, Baldock J, Bianchi TS, Chmura GL, Eyre BD, Fourqurean JW, Hall-Spencer JM, Huxham M, Hendriks IE, Krause-Jensen D, Laffoley D, Luisetti T, Marbà N, Masque P, McGlathery KJ, Megonigal JP, Murdiyarso D, Russell BD, Santos R, Serrano O, Silliman BR, Watanabe K, Duarte CM. 2019. The Future of Blue Carbon Science. Nature Communications 10: 3998. doi.org/10.1038/s41467-019-11693-w (open access) (open access)
  • Ortega A, Geraldi NR, Alam I, Kamau AA, Acinas SG, Logares R, Gasol JM, Massana R, Krause-Jensen D, Duarte CM. 2019. Important contribution of macroalgae to oceanic carbon sequestration. Nature Geoscience. Doi: 10.1038/s41561-019-0421-8.
  • Krause-Jensen D, Sejr M, Bruhn A, Rasmussen MB, Christensen PB, Hansen JLS, Duarte CM, Bruntse G, Wegeberg S. 2019. Deep penetration of kelps offshore along the west coast of Greenland. Frontiers in Marine Science 6:375. doi: 10.3389/fmars.2019.00375 (open access)
  • Queirós AM, Stephens N, Widdicombe S, Tait K, McCoy SJ, Ingels J, Rühl S, Airs R, Beesley A, Carnovale G, Cazenave1 P, Dashfield S, Hua E, Jones M, Lindeque P, McNeill CL, Nunes J, Parry H, Pascoe C, Widdicombe C, Smyth T, Atkinson A, Krause-Jensen D, Somerfield PJ. 2019. Connected macroalgal-sediment systems: blue carbon and foodwebs in the deep coastal ocean. Ecological Monographs, e01366. (open access)
  • Saderne, V., P. I. Macreadie, D. T. Maher, J. J. Middelburg, O. Serrano, H. Almahasheer, A. Arias-Ortiz, M. Cusack, B. D. Eyre, J. Fourqurean, H. Kennedy, D. Krause-Jensen, T. Kuwae, P. Lavery, C. E. Lovelock, N. Marba, P. Masqué, M. A. Mateo, I. Mazarrasa, K. J. McGlathery, M. P. J. Oreska, C. J. Sanders, I. R. Santos, J. M. Smoak, T. Tanaya, K. Watanabe, C. M. Duarte. 2019. Role of carbonate burial in “Blue Carbon” budgets. Nature communications. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-019-08842-6. (open access)
  • Sanz-Martín M, Hendriks IE, Carstensen J, Marba N, Krause-Jensen D, Sejr MK, Duarte CM. 2019. Continuous photoperiod of the Artic summer stimulates the photosynthetic response of some marine macrophytes. Aquatic Botany 158: 103126. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aquabot.2019.06.005

2018

  • Krause-Jensen D, Lavery P, Serrano O, Marbá N, Masque P, Duarte CM. 2018 Sequestration of macroalgal carbon: the elephant in the Blue Carbon room. Biol. Lett. 14: 20180236. dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsbl.2018.0236 (open access)

Andre udgivelser

2021

  • Krause-Jensen, D and Duarte, CM 2021. Climate change and the expansion of marine forests around Greenland’s coast. Extreme-E Global Legacy Workshop. Presentation at Kangerlussuaq 28. August 2021. (Presented by CM Duarte) https://www.extreme-e.com/en/legacy-projects/greenland
  • Krause-Jensen D. 2021. “Wild Macroalgae” Presentation at the virtual conference “Blue Carbon – a new frontier for conservation? Building ambition ahead of COP26” organized by the Blue Marine Foundation, 9. June 2021. https://www.bluemarinefoundation.com/projects/blue-carbon/ (Direct link to my presentation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N1FSCDRQJ_o&t=29s; Direct link to online conference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ibg59z7Ua48&t=8s)
  • Ørberg, S. 2021. Fingerprint of Marine Forests in Arctic surface sediments. ASLO Aquatic Sciences meeting, On-line, June 22-27, 2021
  • Krause-Jensen D. 2021. Marine forests and blue carbon. Lecture Series 2021 - Department of Biology, University of Southern Denmark, On-line, February 5, 2021
  • Krause-Jensen, D. 2021. Fate of macroalgae in the natural habitat. The National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine’s (NASEM)  Workshop on Ocean-based CDR Opportunities and Challenges - Part 3: Ecosystem Recovery & Seaweed Cultivation. Links: A Research Strategy for Ocean Based Carbon Dioxide Removal and Sequestration, project website Board, you can sign up for our listserv here (in the “Connect with Us” box).   
  • Krause-Jensen D. 2021. ‘Changing seaweed along Greenland’s coasts and beyond and Blue Carbon perspectives’ ARCTOS on-line Colloquium “Macroalgae of high latitudes. 19.-20. January 2021.

2020

2019

  • Krause-Jensen D & Duarte CM. Coordination of the Euromarine foresight workshop: “The role of macroalgae in the global carbon cycle”, Carmen de la Victoria, Granada, April 7-10, 2019.
  • Krause-Jensen D & Duarte C. 2019. Macroalgae in the Blue Carbon context – including seaweed farming perspectives. Presentation at Blue Carbon International workshop in Copenhagen 9-13. September 2019.
  • Krause-Jensen D & Holmer M. 2019. Blue Forests in Denmark and Greenland – Status and knowledge gaps. Presentation at Blue Carbon International workshop in Copenhagen 9-13. September 2019.
  • Krause-Jensen D. 2019. Surveys of kelp and tidal algae in Greenland. Presentation at MARFOR (Marine forests) workshop, Faro, 27-28 February 2019.
  • Krause-Jensen D. 2019. The elephant in the blue carbon room - the role of macroalgae: status and aims. Final workshop for the Nordic blue carbon project, 21-22 November 2019, Miljødirektoratet, Helsfyr, Oslo
  • Krause-Jensen D. 2019. Nordic blue forests- Status, possibilities and challenges. Nordic ocean and climate workshop: Priorities for Nordic countries in International work. May 13-14 2019, Oslo.

Samarbejdspartnere

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Greenlandic marine forest of macroalgae (Sugar kelp). Photo: Scott Bennett ©