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Icelandic scallop Chlamys islandica. When different animals exhibit a common pattern of abnormal closings (or openings), it means there is a common external stress (that can be pollution). Otherwise, each individual in the group, except for biological rhythms, lives its life independent from one another.

Available records since 6 September 2012

Tromsoe, Norwegian Arctic. What we are studying here is the behavior of icelandic scallops (Chlamys islandica). The records are originating from the fjord of Tromsoe, far in the north of Norway, in Arctica, at about 2 200 km from the North Pole. This site was launched on 31 march 2011 and has been working for about a year.

We must reset a new group within the next months. To see living Icelandic scallops, go to the Ny Alesund site.


Interactive and Dynamic Recordings
on 1-6 days. In the menu, choose Recordings, a Site and your d day on the calendar

ZOOM: Hover over the graph with the mouse cursor, left click and drag to zoom in. Today, one have a resolution of 100 msec and ~ 1 µm

 .     Ny Alesund, 79°N   .                 22/1/2016:         3 years & 9 months at sea!!!

to see how it is at 1300km from the North Pole, select "Gallery" from the menu bar and "Localisations" from the pulldown menu




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