Macroalgae or seaweed are dominating rocky coastlines globally. Even here in Greenland, we can see small kelp such as the ..
A special issue of Polarfronten about Greenland’s biodiversity was released on November 29 with several articles based on GINR research. GCRC has established an extensive research program with focus on the seabed surrounding Greenland. Two articles in Polarfronten give insight into this ecologically important component of the marine ecosystem with many fascinating life forms and extreme species richness. With increasing human activities in a warming Arctic, this research is crucial to facilitate knowledge-based management of pristine seabed habitats, as illustrated with a recent fisheries closure in Melville Bay