The snow crab (Chionoecetes opilio) appeared in the eastern Barents Sea 22 years ago, and has since spread rapidly. In 2017 it was recorded outside Svalbard. By its dual nature as an invasive species and a potential commercial fisheries resource, the snow crab’s expansion in the Barents Sea has important ecological, economic and political implications, both nationally and internationally.
The EISA project aims to evaluate and predict changes in ecosystem structure and function in Arctic marine systems caused by the invasive snow crab.
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