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Solveig Thorkildsen

Head Engineer
  • E-mailSolveig.Thorkildsen@uib.no
  • Phone+47 55 58 44 99+47 928 41 398
  • Visitor Address
    Thormøhlensgt. 53 A/B
  • Postal Address
    Postboks 7803
    5020 Bergen
Academic article
  • 2017. Identification keys to halosaurs and notacanthids (Notacanthiformes, Elopomorpha) in the subarctic Atlantic Ocean including three new distributional records and multiple molecular OTUs of Notacanthus cf. chemnitzii. Marine Biodiversity. 1-17.
  • 2009. Morphology, ecology and DNA-barcoding distinguish Pupilla pratensis (Clessin, 1871) from Pupilla muscorum (Linnaeus, 1758) (Pulmonata: Pupillidae). Journal of molluscan studies. 315-322.
  • 2004. Temperature acclimation modulates the oxygen binding properties of the Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua L.) genotypes�HbI*1/1, HbI*1/2, and HbI*2/2�by changing the concentrations of their major hemoglobin components (results from growth studies at different temperatures. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A. 241-251.
  • 2004. Temperature acclimation modulates the oxygen binding properties of the Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua L.) genotypes HbI*1/1, HbI*1/2, and HbI*2/2 by changing the concentrations of their major hemoglobin components (results from growth studies at different temperatures). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A. 241-251.
  • 2004. Physiological and genetical adaptation to temperature in fish populations. Continental Shelf Research. 1919-1928.
  • 2003. Physiological and genetical adaptation to temperature in fish populations. Continental Shelf Research. 1919-1928.
  • 2001. Climate induced effects on growth performance, fecundity and recruitment in marine fish: developing a hypothesis for cause and effect relationships in Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) and common eelpout (Zoarces viviparous). Continental Shelf Research. 1975-1997.
  • 1994. Genetic studies of cod, Gadus morhua L. in Masfjorden, western Norway: comparisons between the local stock and released, artificially reared cod. Aquaculture and Fisheries Management. 77-91.
  • 1992. Growth rate related to genotype of o-group cod at three environmental temperatures. Sarsia. 71-73.
  • 1992. Genotype distributions of cod from the Norwegian Skagerak coast. Sarsia. 255-259.
Report
  • 1997. Studies on genotype dependant growth in juvenile cod (Gadus morhua L.) reared at different temperatures and light regimes. ?. ?. .
  • 1997. Havbeite med torsk i Hordaland - sluttrapport. 14. 14. .
  • 1996. Population structure of Ammodytes marinus in the Northeast Atlantic. .
  • 1996. Allozyme variation within three species of mesopelagic fishes. .
  • 1995. Ecological investigations of the mesopelagic and deep-water, demersal fishes at the continental margin of the southeastern Norwegian Sea and of the mesopelagic fishes in Herdlefjorden and Storfjorden. 9. 9. .
  • 1994. Studies on haemoglobin genotypes in turbot and their relation with growth. F.16. F.16. .
Academic lecture
  • 1999. The significance of Haemoglobin polymorphism in Atlantic cod with special relation to geographical distribution and temperature variations.
  • 1993. Genetic studies of cod (Gadus morhua) in Masfjord, Western Norway: Comparison between the Creat stock and released, artificially reared cod.
Popular scientific article
  • 2014. DNA-Lab: «Fortidens framtid». Årbok for Universitetsmuseet i Bergen. 52-61.
Academic chapter/article/Conference paper
  • 1994. Release and recapture of genetically tagged cod fry in a Norwegian fjord system. 10 pages.
Other
  • 2000. Growth performance, fecundity and recruitment in marine fish: Understanding climate effects based on physiological and ecological studies in Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) and common eelpout (Zoarces viviparus). 190-196.
Poster
  • 2016. Sponge assemblages of the Schultz seamount - Arctic Mid-Ocean Ridge.
  • 2015. Sponge assemblages of the Schultz seamount – Arctic Mid-Ocean Ridge.
  • 2007. Pupilla pratensis (Clessin, 1871) is a distinct species in the form group of Pupilla muscorum (Linnaeus, 1758) (Gastropoda, Pulmonata, Pupillidae).
  • 2007. Pupilla pratensis (Clessin, 1871) a distinct species in the form group of Pupilla muscorum (Linnaeus, 1758) (Gastropoda, Pulmonata, Pupillidae).
  • 2001. Temperature acclimation constitutes a major factor in the phenotypic selection of Atlantic cods.

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