Evolutionary ecology

News archive for Evolutionary ecology

In a joint master project between the Environmental toxicology and Evolutionary Ecology research groups, Moritz Pohl is unveiling the secrets of the remarkable anoxia tolerance of bearded goby from Namibia.
Analyses of recaptures of escaped farmed salmon reveal that much more salmon escape than is reported. This result was also noted in the Research Highlights of Nature!
Camilla Jensen is working hard in the lab with her Master project on life-history adaptations in salmon lice.
EvoFisher Beatriz Diaz Pauli is visiting the Sih lab at UC Davis, California. The 5-months research stay is funded by the Leiv Eiriksson mobility grant and is aimed at starting collaboration between Prof. Andy Sih’s lab and EvoFish.
Spatial dynamics of the bearded goby and its key fish predators off Namibia varies with climate and oxygen availability
Joan Sala is a biology bachelor student from the University of Barcelona (UB). During the fourth year of his bachelor he has to carry out a thesis, so he decided to come to Bergen and join the EvoFish group!
Shaken, not stirred. A new paper is shaking the position of the Baranov catch equation as one of the cornerstones of fisheries science. Fortunately, this shaking turns out not be too serious.
Geetha Jeyakanth is working in the guppy lab for her Master’s project on the effect of ambient oxygen on life history of guppies.
China is by far the biggest fishery producer, yet fisheries management in China is comparatively unknown. A new review is changing this.
What can free candy teach us about fisheries-induced evolution?
Female bearded gobies mature in anoxic waters off Namibia, finds Yusra Taha
Spawning area for bearded goby on outer shelf off central Namibia in anoxic waters reported recently by Maria L. Seivåg in her Master thesis
New article shows that maturation in male guppies is influenced by the social environment in which they grow.
A new article in the ICES Journal of Marine Science finds a widespread positive relationship between fish weight and price per kg in Norwegian fisheries.
Daniel Ricard from the Biology Centre (České Budějovice) is spending two months in Bergen.
Evolutionary Fisheries Ecology and Evolutionary Ecology groups have joined the forces.
Piero Lopez has started his master's project on analysing growth in guppies based on their otoliths.
Henrik Christiansen, who visited EvoFish last winter to carry out the practical research for his master's project, has now passed the final examination at his home institute at the University of Bremen. EvoFish congratulates!