Intense days of wrasse field work underway

25 June 2020 – Torkel Larsen, Anne Berit Skiftesvik and Kim Halvorsen, with some help from Alessandro Cresci, are engaged in an intensive 10 days of field work (8-9 hours a day on the water) as part of the team’s ongoing research on coastal wrasse population dynamics and reproductive ecology. The photos are of Anne Berit with a pollock (a species that is often found in the wrasse traps as bycatch), Torkel and Alessandro on the way out to a sampling site, and Alessandro deploying a trap.