Siv Anina Etter
Background and activities
Department engineer; aug 2020, NTNU, Department of biology
Phd candidate; aug 2016, NTNU, Department of biology
Cultivation potential of brown and red macroalgae species integrated with open Salmon fish Aquaculture.
This PhD project aims to obtain new knowledge in cultivation technology for brown and red macroalgae species for use in Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture (IMTA) to mitigate environmental problems related to sea-based aquaculture while obtaining added value of the feed investments of fish production.
Department engineer; aug 2009- feb 2016, NTNU, Department of biology
As a department engineer at NTNU I had many different assignments, from among:
· Conduct nutrient analysis, (Nitrate, Phosphate, Ammonium, Chlorophyll)
· Micorexamination, (quantification and identification of organism, micro- and mesoplankton)
· Practical teacher for Master students and education assistant in the lab and research cruises
· Custom design and produce equipment for field and laboratory experiments
· Plan and carry out experiments plus build laboratory facilities
· Prepare and initiate new analysing methods
· Grow micro- and macroalgea
· Edit raw data with visualizing and rapport writing
· Assist on research and education cruises
Scientific, academic and artistic work
Displaying a selection of activities. See all publications in the database
- (2020) Initial short-term nitrate uptake in juvenile, cultivated Saccharina latissima (Phaeophyceae) of variable nutritional state. Aquatic Botany. vol. 168.
- (2016) The effect of essential fatty acids for the somatic growth in nauplii of Calanus finmarchicus. Frontiers in Marine Science. vol. 3:33.
- (2021) CONSTRAINTS AND OPPORTUNITIES OF SUSTAINABLE INTEGRATED MULTI-TROPHIC AQUACULTURE IN NORWAY: SALMONID SEA CAGE FARMING AS A DRIVING FORCE. Aquaculture Europe 2021 . European Aquaculture Society; Funchal. 2021-10-04 - 2021-10-07.
- (2019) INTITIAL UPTAKE CAPACITY OF AMONIUM IN SACCHARINA LATISSIMA IN AN IMTA CONTEXT. Aquaculture Europe 2019 . European Aquaculture Society; Berlin. 2019-10-08 - 2019-10-11.