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  • Effect of Aerobic Exercise Intensity on Energy Expenditure and Weight Loss in Severe Obesity—A Randomized Controlled Trial 

    Berge, Jarle; Hjelmesæth, Jøran; Hertel, Jens Kristoffer; Gjevestad, Espen Svendsen; Småstuen, Milada Cvancarova; Johnson, Line Kristin; Martins, Catia; Andersen, Eivind; Helgerud, Jan; Støren, Øyvind (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
    Objective: This study aimed to compare the effects of two aerobic exercise programs of different intensities on energy expenditure. Methods: This was a single‐center randomized controlled trial of patients with severe ...
  • 10Be surface exposure dating of the deglaciation of northernmost Norway and Finland 

    Anjar, Johanna; Akçar, Naki; Lakeman, Thomas; Larsen, Eiliv; Seiler, Martin (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
    During the Last Glacial Maximum, the coast of Finnmark county, northern Norway, was covered by the Scandinavian Ice Sheet (SIS), which coalesced with the Barents Sea Ice Sheet (BSIS) off the coast. The region is thus ...
  • Responses to Maximal Strength Training in Different Age and Gender Groups 

    Hans Torvild, Kittilsen; Goleva-Fjellet, Sannija; Freberg, Baard Ingegerdsson; Nicolaisen, Iver; Støa, Eva Maria; Bratland-Sanda, Solfrid; Helgerud, Jan; Wang, Eivind; Sæbø, Mona; Støren, Øyvind (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    Purpose: The present study aimed to investigate the potential impact of age, gender, baseline strength, and selected candidate polymorphisms on maximal strength training (MST) adaptations. Methods: A total of 49 subjects ...
  • Beaver genetic surveillance in Britain 

    Campbell-Palmer, Róisín; Senn, Helen V.; Girling, Simon Justin; Pizzi, Romain; Elliott, Mark; Gaywood, Martin J.; Rosell, Frank (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
    Founder genetic composition can affect reintroduction success, especially as the number of animals released tends to be small and therefore less genetically diverse than their source populations. Numerous translocations ...
  • Fears from the past? The innate ability of dogs to detect predator scents 

    Samuel, Lydia; Arnesen, Charlotte Holmstad; Zedrosser, Andreas; Rosell, Frank (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
    Throughout the animal kingdom, antipredator mechanisms are an evolutionary driving force to enable the survival of species classified as prey. Information regarding a predator’s location can be determined through chemosensory ...
  • Investigating and analysing the summer season soil temperature conditions on the extensive green roofs in Oslo, Norway 

    Atefeh, Mahsa; Reinhardt, Stefanie (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
    Recently, green roofs have been investigated in-creasingly to improve the quality of municipal environment particularly to reduce the urban heat island effect and storm water runoff. Soil temperature is one of the most ...
  • Hydropower‐driven thermal changes, biological responses and mitigating measures in northern river systems 

    Heggenes, Jan; Stickler, Morten; Alfredsen, Knut; Brittain, John Edward; Adeva Bustos, Ana; Huusko, Ari (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    Water temperatures control life histories and diversity of aquatic species. Hydropower regulation, particularly in high head systems, alters natural water temperature regimes, which may have profound and long‐term impacts ...
  • Emerging trends of the illegal wildlife trade in Mesoamerica 

    Gluszek, Sarah; Ariano-Sanchez, Daniel; Cremona, Patricia J.; Goyenechea, Alejandra; Luque Vergara, Darío Antonio; McLoughlin, Lee; Morales, Alejandro; Reuter Cortes, Adrian; Rodríguez-Fonseca, Javier; Radachowsky, Jeremy; Knight, Andrew T. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
    Mesoamerica is the world's third largest biodiversity hotspot and has c. 4,000 wildlife species protected under CITES. Despite the high biodiversity in the region, there is limited global attention, data and funding for ...
  • A guide for studying among-individual behavioral variation from movement data in the wild 

    Hertel, Anne Gabriela; Niemelä, Petri T.; Dingemanse, Niels J.; Mueller, Thomas (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
    Animal tracking and biologging devices record large amounts of data on individual movement behaviors in natural environments. In these data, movement ecologists often view unexplained variation around the mean as "noise"when ...
  • Are trends in Olive Ridley sea turtle (Lepidochelys olivacea) nesting abundance affected by El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) variability? Sixteen years of monitoring on the Pacific coast of northern Central America 

    Ariano-Sanchez, Daniel; Muccio, Colum; Rosell, Frank; Reinhardt, Stefanie (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
    Long-term monitoring is essential for the identification of population trends, and to understand how these trends are affected by climate variability. The El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) is the strongest global interannual ...
  • Molecular characterisation of TP53 mutated squamous cell carcinomas of the lung to identify putative targets for therapy 

    Haakensen, Vilde Drageset; Khadse, Anand; Sandhu, Vandana; Halvorsen, Ann Rita; Solberg, Steinar; Jørgensen, Lars Hilmar; Brustugun, Odd Terje; Kure, Elin Wenche Hegland; Helland, Åslaug (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
    Personalised cancer treatment depends on identification of therapeutically relevant biological subgroups of patients for assessing effect of treatment and to discover new therapeutic options. By analyses in heterogeneous ...
  • Insights in the regulation of trimetylamine N-oxide production using a comparative biomimetic approach suggest a metabolic switch in hibernating bears 

    Ebert, Thomas; Painer, Johanna; Bergman, Peter; Qureshi, Abdul Rashid; Giroud, Sylvain; Stalder, Gabrielle; Kublickiene, Karolina; Göritz, Frank; Vetter, Sebastian G.; Bieber, Claudia; Fröbert, Ole; Arnemo, Jon Martin; Zedrosser, Andreas; Redtenbacher, Irene; Shiels, Paul; Johnson, Richard J.; Stenvinkel, Peter (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
    Experimental studies suggest involvement of trimethylamine N-oxide (TMAO) in the aetiology of cardiometabolic diseases and chronic kidney disease (CKD), in part via metabolism of ingested food. Using a comparative biomimetic ...
  • The last glaciation of the Arctic volcanic island Jan Mayen 

    Lyså, Astrid; Larsen, Eiliv; Anjar, Johanna; Akçar, Naki; Ganerød, Morgan; Hiksdal, Asbjørn; van der Lelij, Roelant; Vockenhuber, Christof (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
    The volcanic island of Jan Mayen, remotely located in the Norwegian‐Greenland Sea, was covered by a contiguous ice cap during the Late Weichselian. Until now, it has been disputed whether parts of the island south of the ...
  • The impact of hydropeaking on juvenile brown trout (Salmo trutta) in a Norwegian regulated river 

    Saltveit, Svein Jakob; Brabrand, Åge; Juarez, Ana; Stickler, Morten; Dønnum, Bjørn Otto (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
    The Norwegian electrical energy supply system is based on hydropower. The now deregulated energy market has led to increased use of hydropeaking production, leading to greater fluctuations in discharge and water levels ...
  • Harvest is associated with the disruption of social and finescale genetic structure among matrilines of a solitary large carnivore 

    Frank, Shane C.; Pelletier, Fanie; Kopatz, Alexander; Bourret, Audrey; Garant, Dany; Swenson, Jon; Eiken, Hans Geir; Hagen, Snorre; Zedrosser, Andreas (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
    Harvest can disrupt wildlife populations by removing adults with naturally high survival. This can reshape sociospatial structure, genetic composition, fitness, and potentially affect evolution. Genetic tools can detect ...
  • Low prevalence of tick-borne encephalitis virus antibodies in Norwegian blood donors 

    Marvik, Åshild; Tveten, Yngvar; Pedersen, Anne-Berit; Stiasny, Karin; Andreassen, Åshild Kristine; Grude, Nils (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
    Background: Tick-borne encephalitis (TBE) constitutes a public health concern in Europe. Certain coastal municipalities in southern Norway are considered TBE risk areas and in the last two years, there have been increasing ...
  • Fear the reaper: ungulate carcasses may generate an ephemeral landscape of fear for rodents 

    Frank, Shane C.; Blaalid, Rakel; Mayer, Martin; Zedrosser, Andreas; Steyaert, Sam (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
    Animal carcasses provide an ephemeral pulse of nutrients for scavengers that use them. Carcass sites can increase species interactions and/or ephemeral, localized landscapes of fear for prey within the vicinity. Few studies ...
  • Beaver (Castor fiber) activity and spatial movement in response to light and weather conditions 

    Cabre, L. B.; Mayer, M.; Steyaert, Sam; Rosell, Frank (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
    Animal behaviour can affect individual fitness and is influenced by exogenous and endogenous factors. Here, we investigated how light (daylight length and moonlight), weather (precipitation and temperature), age, sex and ...
  • Atmospheric circulation over Europe during the Younger Dryas 

    Rea, B. R.; Pellitero, R.; Spagnolo, M.; Hughes, P. D.; Ivy-Ochs, S.; Renssen, Hans; Ribolini, A.; Bakke, Jostein; Lukas, S.; Braithwaite, R. J. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
    The Younger Dryas (YD) was a period of rapid climate cooling that occurred at the end of the last glaciation. Here, we present the first palaeoglacier-derived reconstruction of YD precipitation across Europe, determined ...
  • Tick-borne pathogens in Ixodes ricinus ticks collected from migratory birds in southern Norway 

    Pedersen, Benedikte Nevjen; Jenkins, Andrew; Kjelland, Vivian (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
    Birds are important hosts for the first life stages of the Ixodes ricinus tick and they can transport their parasites over long distances. The aim of this study was to investigate the prevalence of Borrelia burgdorferi ...

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