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Science-policy interface

Science and humanities-related studies

Natural resource management

Population dynamics (mathematical modelleing)

Interdisciplinary research topics in natural renewable resource management

Science/policy interface

Scientific Researcher in the project "Reflexive Systems Biology", Centre for the Study of the Sciences and the Humanities (SVT), University of Bergen

Post doctoral researcher in the project "ADMAR: Adaptive Management of Marine Resources" at the Institute of Marine Research, Bergen, Norway

 

Available upon request for the following lecture topics:

Sustainable fisheries management

Ecosystem-based fisheries management

Interdisciplinary management plans

Presentation techniques for scientists

Life-long learning

Analytical strategies of English football for non-professionals

 

Academic article
  • 2019. Resilience to exogenous shocks in environmental management regimes in the Arctic – lessons learned from survivors. The Polar Journal. 133-153.
  • 2019. Genredigering - eit felles ansvar. Tidsskrift for Den norske legeforening. 2 pages.
  • 2016. What hat are you wearing? On the multiple roles of fishery scientists in the ICES community. ICES Journal of Marine Science. 209-216.
  • 2016. Integrating fishers' knowledge research in science and management. ICES Journal of Marine Science. 1459-1465.
  • 2015. Communicating uncertainty in quota advice: a case for confidence interval harvest control rules (CI-HCRs) for fisheries. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 309-317.
  • 2014. Making common sense of vaccines: an example of discussing the recombinant attenuated salmonella vaccine with the public. NanoEthics. 179-185.
  • 2014. Evolutionary impact assessment: accounting for evolutionary consequences of fishing in an ecosystem approach to fisheries management. Fish and Fisheries. 65-96.
  • 2013. A simulation framework for evaluating fisheries management decisions using environmental information. ICES Journal of Marine Science. 743-754.
  • 2013. A bio-economic analysis of harvest control rules for the Northeast Arctic cod fishery. Marine Policy. 172-181.
  • 2012. Super-Computers, Evolution and the Fabrication of Life: How can Science and Technology Studies (STS) Contribute to More Reflexive Developments in Systems and Synthetic Biology? International Journal of Social Ecology and Sustainble Development. 11-24.
  • 2012. Advice under uncertainty in the marine system. ICES Journal of Marine Science. 3-7.
  • 2009. Can we increase haddock yield within the constraints of the Magnuson-Stevens Act? Fisheries Research. 240-247.
Report
  • 2010. Report of the Working Group on Fishery Systems. .
  • 2009. Scientists as facilitators: an objective technique to illustrate a zone of stakeholder consensus. .
Lecture
  • 2019. Kva gjev vi råd om? A Transdisciplinary analysis of the NEA mackerel advice system: Suggestions for a responsible way forward.
  • 2017. What does "integration" mean to You?
  • 2016. Adventures as a RRI cross-over researcher: Bringing the humanities into research and innovation projects.
  • 2015. How to save the Ocean with integrated assessments.
  • 2014. "Towards Integrated Assessments: Where there's a will there's a way".
  • 2014. "Sex and the New Genome".
Popular scientific lecture
  • 2018. Torskehviskerne: tverrfaglig forskning i dCod prosjektet.
  • 2017. dCod 1.0: Decoding systems toxicology of Atlantic cod.
  • 2017. Genetisk Modifisert Organismer og den nye sterile laksen.
  • 2017. CRISPR og GMO laks i Norge.
  • 2015. Fisheries Management: How do we decide?
  • 2014. "How to Save the Ocean with Integrated Assessments".
Academic lecture
  • 2020. Monitoring offshore CO2 storage projects, aligning capabilities with regulations and public expectations. .
  • 2019. The Melting Snowball Effect: A heuristic for sustainable Arctic governance under climate change.
  • 2018. dCOD 1.0: DECODING THE SYSTEMS TOXICOLOGY OF ATLANTIC COD (GADUS MORHUA).
  • 2018. The Slippery Slope: How can climate change affect ecosystem services & governance regimes for Svalbard?
  • 2018. Is aquaculture of the future full of gene-edited fish? Experiences from the CRISPR-Cas9 gene-edited fish.
  • 2018. Introduction to Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) for Aquaculture.
  • 2018. Designing a serious game to for scenarios of climate change in the Svalbard Zone.
  • 2018. Designing Responsible Research & Innovation (#RRI) methods to reflect inwards & anticipate science & social innovations.
  • 2018. "Resilience to Exogenous Shocks in Environmental Management Regimes in the Arctic: Lessons Learned from Survivors " .
  • 2017. Økologiske impaktar av akvakultur: Kva kan vi gjere med det? BIO213 gjesteforelesing.
  • 2017. The search for sustainable solution for coexistence but not mixing of farmed and wild salmon strains: Gene-editing to the rescue?
  • 2017. Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI): Why and how should I practice it?
  • 2017. Projecting the state of future ecosystem services & international governance regimes for Svalbard.
  • 2017. Path Dependency and Regime Making in the Arctic under changing conditions.
  • 2017. An interdisciplinary investigation into scenarios of national and intl conflicts in the Svalbard zone under a changing climate in the Arctic: REGIMES.no project.
  • 2017. A transdisciplinary approach to design and inform processes of marine Integrated Ecosystem Assessments.
  • 2016. Doing CRISPR: Insights to science's credibility, legitimacy and saliency for Norwegian farmed salmon.
  • 2016. Could integrated assessments reconcile stakeholder conflicts in managing renewable natural resources?
  • 2015. Fisheries Quota Advice: Significant scripts and significant digits.
  • 2014. Salmon by-catch in marine fisheries.
  • 2014. "Uncertainty has consequences: Post-normal science, confidence interval harvest control rules and Johan Hjort".
  • 2014. "Social Network Analysis of ICES Expert Groups".
  • 2014. "Quantifying Uncertainty in Fisheries Models & Asessments using the NUSAP Framework".
  • 2014. "Integrated Assessements, Post-Normal Science and the Systems View of Fisheries".
  • 2014. "Fish are Normal, Fisheries are Post-Normal: Quantifying uncertainty in datasets by using the NUSAP approach".
  • 2014. "Eco-Harvest Control Rules".
  • 2014. "Decision-making under uncertainty: The case for confidence interval harvest control rules".
  • 2012. The Reflexive Systems Biology project: act small, aim big.
  • 2012. Framework of Indicators for Atlantic Salmon in the NOrth-East Atlantic Commission area.
  • 2012. Atlantic Salmon; National Report for Norway 2011.
  • 2012. 4S/EASST Copenhagen 2012: Synthetic biology: time, design, emergence.
  • 2010. Reflexive systems biology: towards an appreciation of biological, ethical and scientific complexity.
  • 2010. "Reflexive Systems Biology: Towards and Appreciation of Biological, Scientific and Ethical Complexity".
  • 2010. "Reflexive Systems Biology: Towards an Appreciation of Biological, Scientific and Ethical Complexity".
  • 2010. "Integration: Our Methods in the Reflexive Systems Biology Project".
Editorial
  • 2017. Post-normal science in practice. Futures: The journal of policy, planning and futures studies. 1-4.
  • 2013. Plug and play: Synthetic biology and the dream of engineering life. Futures: The journal of policy, planning and futures studies. 1-4.
  • 2013. Plug and Play: Synthetic Biology and the Dream of Engineering Biology. Futures: The journal of policy, planning and futures studies. 1-4.
Short communication
  • 2012. EL DEBATE: Super-ordenadores, evolución y “la basura” de la vida: ¿Cómo pueden los estudios sociales de la ciencia contribuir a un desarrollo más reflexivo de la biología sintética y de sistemas? Revista Iberoamericana de Ciencia, Tecnología y Sociedad -CTS.
Non-fiction book
  • 2016. Management Science in Fisheries: An introduction to simulation-based methods. Taylor & Francis.
Doctoral dissertation
  • 2009. Building blocks of sustainability in marine fisheries management : stakeholders, objectives, and strategies.
Academic chapter/article/Conference paper
  • 2019. Climate Change and Contested Marine Areas in the Arctic: The Case of Svalbard. 15 pages.
  • 2011. Unintended consequences sneak in the back door: making wise use of regulations in fisheries management. 37 pages.
Poster
  • 2017. dCod 1.0 decoding the systems toxicology of Atlantic cod.
  • 2017. REGIMES project overview: An interdisciplinary investigation into scenarios of national and intl conflicts in the Svalbard zone under a changing climate in the Arctic.
  • 2017. Ocean Pollution: Message from a Plastic Whale.
  • 2016. An interdisciplinary investigation into scenarios of national and intl conflicts in the Svalbard zone under a changing climate in the Arctic: REGIMES.no project.
  • 2013. Reconciling stakeholder conflicts through integrated assessments of sustainable harvesting strategies.
  • 2010. Reflexive Systems Biology.
  • 2010. "Reflexive Systems Biology".
  • 2009. Can we harvest sustainably? An experimental approach with humans as the exploiting agents.
Academic literature review
  • 2018. "doing CRISPR" the novel case of Atlantic salmon, science and industry. 220-235.
  • 2013. Can fisheries-induced evolution shift reference points for fisheries management? 707-721.
  • 2008. Fisheries management in practice: review of 13 commercially important fish stocks. 201-233.

More information in national current research information system (CRIStin)

 See: https://scholar.google.co.uk/citations?user=pUympmAAAAAJ)&user=pUympmAAAAAJ

PhD dissertation: https://bora.uib.no/handle/1956/3582

Dankel, D.J., Stange, K. and Nolde Nielsen, K. 2015. What hat are you wearing? On the changing roles of fisheries scientists in the ICES community. ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil. DOI: 10.1093/icesjms/fsv199 Summary: The study, I worked with two social scientists to examine sociological and natural science issues in theory and practice, drawing on interviews with scientists that have worked with the development and evaluation of management plans in ICES. By asking the question "which hat are  you  wearing?",  fishery​ scientists, their employers, and scientific advisory organizations  can reflect on and communicate roles, affiliations, mandates, and possible consequences of wearing  different hats as a means to enhance transparency in the advisory process. This paper was chosen as an Editor’s Choice paper for 2015.

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Dankel, D.J. 2016. Defining a responsible path forward for simulation-based methods for sustainable fisheries. Fisheries Management Science: an introduction to simulation-based methods. Eds. C.T.T. Edwards and D.J. Dankel. Oxford, Earthscan (Routledge).  available in 2016 Summary:This book (accepted and in press, release data March 7, 2016) describes the state-of-the-art in simulation-based techniques for fisheries management science. Here, I put forward reflexive questions to inspire and guide the reader to develop suites and processes of best practice in model building and simulation exercises tailored for specific fishery system contexts, data and objectives. The invitation to co-edit this book was the result of my co-Chairing a theme session on Management Strategy Evaluation at the World Fisheries Congress in 2012.

Dankel, D.J., Roland, K.L., Fisher, M., Brenneman, K., Delgado, A., Santander, J., Baek, C-H, Clark-Curtiss, J., Strand, R., Curtiss, R., III. Making Common Sense of Vaccines: An Example of Discussing the Recombinant Attenuated Salmonella Vaccine with the Public. Nanoethics 8 (2), 179-185.

Delgado, A., Funtowicz, S., Dankel, D.J., Strand, R. Plug and play: Synthetic biology and the dream of engineering life, Futures, Volume 48, April 2013, Pages 1-4, ISSN 0016-3287, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.futures.2013.02.005.

Skagen, D.W., Skern-Mauritzen, M., DankelD.J., Enberg, K., Kjesbu, O.S., Nash, R.D.M. 2013. A simulation framework for evaluating fisheries management decisions using environmental information. ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil, 70 (2013) 743-754.

Heino, M., Baulier, L., Boukal, D.S., Ernande, B., Johnston, F.D., Mollet, F.M, Pardoe, H., Therkildsen, N.O., Uusi-Heikkilä, S., Vainikka, A., Arlinghaus, R., DankelD.J., Dunlop, E.S., Eikeset, A.M., Enberg, K., Engelhard, G.H., Jørgensen, C., Laugen, A.T., Matsumura, S., Nusslé, S.B., Urbach, D., Whitlock, R., Rijnsdorp, A.D., Dieckmann, U. Can fisheries-induced evolution shift reference points for fisheries management?, ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil, 70 (2013) 707-721.

Eikeset, A.M., Richter, A.P., Dankel, D.J., Dunlop, E.S., Heino, M., Dieckmann, U., Stenseth, N.C. 2013. A bio-economic analysis of harvest control rules for the Northeast Arctic cod fishery. Marine Policy 39 (2013) 172–181.

Dankel, D.J., Aps, R.,  Padda, G., Röckmann, C., van der Sluijs, J. P., Wilson, D. C. and Degnbol, P. 2012. "Advice under uncertainty in the marine system." ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil 69(1): 3-7. 

Laugen, A. T., Engelhard, G. H., Whitlock, R., Arlinghaus, R., Dankel, D. J., Dunlop, E. S., Eikeset, A. M., Enberg, K., Jørgensen, C., Matsumura, S., Nusslé, S., Urbach, D., Baulier, L., Boukal, D. S., Ernande, B., Johnston, F. D., Mollet, F., Pardoe, H., Therkildsen, N. O., Uusi-Heikkilä, S., Vainikka, A., Heino, M., Rijnsdorp, A. D. and Dieckmann, U. 2012. Evolutionary impact assessment: accounting for evolutionary consequences of fishing in an ecosystem approach to fisheries management. Fish and Fisheries. doi: 10.1111/faf.12007

Delgado, A., S. Funtowicz, Dankel, D.J. 2012. Super-computers, evolution and the fabrication of life: How can Science and Technology Studies (STS) contribute to more reflexive developments in systems and synthetic biology?  International Journal of Social Ecology and Sustainable Development 3(2) 11-24, April-June 2012.

Eikeset, A.M., Richter, A.P., Diekert, F.K., Dankel, D.J., Stenseth, N.C., 2010. Unintended consequences sneak in the back door: wise use of regulations in fisheries management. In: Belgrano, A., Fowler, C.W.s (Eds.), Ecosystem Based Management for Marine Fisheries: An Evolving Perspective. Cambridge University Press.

Dankel D.J., Skagen D.W., & Ulltang Ø. 2009. Fisheries management in practice: A review of 13 commercially-important fish stocks Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 18 201-233.

 

Dankel, D.J., Jacobson, N., Georgianna, D., Cadrin, S.X., 2009. Can we increase haddock yield within the constraints of the Magnuson-Stevens Act? Fisheries Research 100, 240-247.

ICES 2014. Interim Report of the Working Group on Maritime Systems (WGMARS), 2-4 December, Copenhagen, Denmark. ICES CM 2014/SSGSUE:07  (head writer)

ICES 2013. Interim Report of the Working Group on Maritime Systems (WGMARS), 4-8 November, Stockholm, Sweden. ICES CM 2013/SSGSUE:06 (head writer)

ICES 2012. Report of the Working Group on Maritime Systems (WGMARS), 12-14 June 2012, Kiel, Germany. ICES CM 2012/SSGSUE:07 (head writer)

ICES. 2012. Report of the Working Group on North Atlantic Salmon (WGNAS), 26 March–4 April 2012, Copenhagen, Denmark. ICES CM 2012/ACOM:09. 322 pp.

Dankel, D.J. "Vi skal bli best og inspirere flest" (We will be the best and inspire the most). Kronikk (Op-Ed article). Bergens Tidende (The Bergen Times). September 19, 2012. http://www.imr.no/filarkiv/kronikk.pdf/nb-no

ICES. 2011. Report of the Working Group on Maritime Systems (WGMARS), 31 October - 3 November 2011, Bergen, Norway. ICES CM 2011/SSGSUE:13. 49 pp. (head writer)

ICES. 2010. Report of the Working Group on Fishery Systems (WGFS), 11-14 October 2010, ICES Headquarters, Copenhagen. ICES CM 2010/SSGSUE:07. 34 pp. (head writer)

ICES. 2009. Report of the Working Group on Fishery Systems (WGFS), 12–16 October 2009, ICES Headquarters, Copenhagen. ICES CM 2009/RMC:11. 63 pp.

ICES. 2008. Report of the Study Group on Fisheries Induced Adaptive Change (SGFIAC), 21‐25 January 2008, ICES, Copenhagen, Denmark. ICES CM 2008/RMC:01. 17 pp.

ICES, 2007. Report of the Study Group on Management Strategies (SGMAS). ICES CM2007/ACFM:04, ref. WKREF, WKEFA, AMAWGC, RMC, 59 pp.

 

Dankel, D.J., Dieckmann, U., Heino, M. 2007. Success in fishery management by reconciling stakeholder objectives in Hilborn's "zone of new consensus". ICES CM 2007/O:17.

 

PhD (UiB, 2009) fisheries management

Msc (UiB, 2004) fisheries biology and management

Bach.Arts (Hillsdale College, biology and French double major)

 

2016-2019: REGIMES www.regimes.b.uib.no

2014-2017: Salmosterile http://www.imr.no/salmosterile/en

2014-: Aquafly http://nifes.no/en/counting-insects-future-fish-feeds/

2010-2013: Reflexive Systems Biology: Towards an appreciation of biological, scientific, and ethical complexity

 

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