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Evolutionary ecology

Evolutionary Ecology (EvoFish) is a research group working on both fundamental and applied aspects of eco-evolutionary biology.

We work with fisheries-induced evolution, environmental influence on fish behaviour and cognition, evolutionary parasitology, and plant-animal interactions. Our model species include guppy, daphnids, salmon lice, salmon and gobies. We have strong traditions in biostatistics, experiments, and modelling.

Evolutionary Fisheries Ecology (EvoFish) was established in 2007 with a grant from the Bergen Research Foundation. Evolutionary Ecology was one of original groups at BIO from 2004. In September 2013, our groups merged. To reflect the breath of our research we took Evolutionary Ecology as the group name, but will keep EvoFish as our short name.

EvoFish annual meeting 2016

EvoFish in Bekkjarvik

Following the tradition establish in 2015, EvoFish convened at the Bekkjarvik Gjestgiveri for the annual meeting.

New Master projects

Studying fjord populations of roundnose grenadier

Janne and Aurelien have started their Master's projects with the roundnose grenadier - Janne with feeding ecology and Aurelien with spatial population structure.

Bachelor research project

Martine completes her BIO299 project

Martine Røysted Solås participated in BIO299, Research Project in Biology. Her task was to study whether salmon fry from enriched hatchery environment have higher survival in the wild than those from the normal hatchery environment. The final touch to the work was given while she was taking the...

Travel letter

EvoFish visiting Shaun Killen lab at the University of Glasgow

Beatriz Diaz Pauli was invited to give a seminar at the Institute of Biodiversity, Animal Health and Comparative Medicine, University of Glasgow.

Open Master projects with EvoFish

EvoFish can offer many exciting Master projects!

Master with EvoFish?

We can offer a range of projects related to fish behaviour and life histories, fish dynamics, salmon louse and other parasites, etc., that are relevant for the Master programmes in Biodiversity, Evolution and Ecology, Marine Biology, Aquaculture Biology, and Fisheries Biology and Management.