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Christian Jørgensen

Professor
  • E-postChristian.Jorgensen@uib.no
  • Telefon+47 55 58 46 18+47 418 09 327
  • Besøksadresse
    Thormøhlensgt. 53 A/B
  • Postadresse
    Postboks 7803
    5020 Bergen

Research fields: Evolutionary ecology, life history theory, fishing-induced evolution, and evolution of mating systems.

For further details and a list of publications, please visit http://bio.uib.no/te/cj

For further details and a list of publications, please visit http://bio.uib.no/te/cj

Vitenskapelig artikkel
  • 2020. Large annual variation in the amount of skipped spawning for female Northeast Arctic haddock Melanogrammus aeglefinus. Fisheries Research. 8 sider.
  • 2020. Hormones as adaptive control systems in juvenile fish. Biology Open.
  • 2020. Hormonal adjustments to future expectations impact growth and survival in juvenile fish. Oikos.
  • 2020. Gender gaps in the performance of Norwegian biology students: the roles of test anxiety and science confidence. International Journal of STEM Education. 1-10.
  • 2020. Body size adaptions under climate change: Zooplankton community more important than temperature or food abundance in model of a zooplanktivorous fish. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 1-18.
  • 2019. Smaller classes promote equitable student participation in STEM. BioScience. 669-680.
  • 2019. Preparing for the future: Integrating spatial ecology into ecosystem-based management. ICES Journal of Marine Science. 467-476.
  • 2019. Parent-offspring conflict over reproductive timing: ecological dynamics far away and at other times may explain spawning variability in Pacific herring. ICES Journal of Marine Science. 559-572.
  • 2019. Light comfort zone in a mesopelagic fish emerges from adaptive behaviour along a latitudinal gradient. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 161-174.
  • 2019. Dying from the lesser of three evils: facilitation and non-consumptive effects emerge in a model with multiple predators. Oikos. 1-11.
  • 2019. Decision-making from the animal perspective: Bridging ecology and subjective cognition. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. 1-14.
  • 2018. Evolutionary effects of fishing gear on foraging behavior and life-history traits. Ecology and Evolution. 10711-10721.
  • 2018. Correlates of complete brood failure in blue tits: could extra-pair mating provide unexplored benefits to females? Journal of Avian Biology. 1-9.
  • 2017. Taking animal breeding into the wild: regulation of fishing gear can make fish stocks evolve higher productivity. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 185-195.
  • 2017. Disentangling the role of sea lice on the marine survival of Atlantic salmon. ICES Journal of Marine Science. 50-60.
  • 2016. Understanding the individual to implement the ecosystem approach to fisheries management. Conservation Physiology.
  • 2016. The proximate architecture for decision-making in fish. Fish and Fisheries. 680-695.
  • 2016. Modelling and interpreting fish bioenergetics – a role for behaviour, life-history traits, and survival trade-offs. Journal of Fish Biology. 389-402.
  • 2016. Marine ecosystem connectivity mediated by migrant–resident interactions and the concomitant cross-system flux of lipids. Ecology and Evolution. 4076-4087.
  • 2016. From sensing to emergent adaptations: Modelling the proximate architecture for decision-making. Ecological Modelling. 90-100.
  • 2015. Long-term change in a behavioural trait: truncated spawning distribution and demography in Northeast Arctic cod. Global Change Biology. 1521-1530.
  • 2015. Effects of temperature and food availability on larval cod survival: A model for behaviour in vertical gradients. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 199-212.
  • 2015. Effects of copepod size on fish growth: A model based on data for North Sea sandeel. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 235-243.
  • 2015. Climate change in fish: Effects of respiratory constraints on optimal life history and behaviour. Biology Letters.
  • 2015. Bioeconomic consequences of fishing-induced evolution: a model predicts limited impact on net present value. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 612-624,.
  • 2014. Trade-offs between growth and reproduction in wild Atlantic cod. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 1106-1112.
  • 2014. The emotion system promotes diversity and evolvability. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences.
  • 2014. Life-history implications of the allometric scaling of growth. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 199-207.
  • 2014. Extra-pair mating and evolution of cooperative neighbourhoods. PLOS ONE.
  • 2014. Evolutionary impact assessment: accounting for evolutionary consequences of fishing in an ecosystem approach to fisheries management. Fish and Fisheries. 65-96.
  • 2014. Cues, strategies, and outcomes: how migrating vertebrates track environmental change. Movement Ecology. 10.
  • 2014. Conservation physiology across scales: insights from the marine realm. Conservation Physiology. cou024.
  • 2014. Climate warming causes life-history evolution in a model for Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua). Conservation Physiology. cou050.
  • 2014. Can behavioural ecology unite hypotheses for fish recruitment? ICES Journal of Marine Science. 909-917.
  • 2013. Natural mortality: Its ecology, how it shapes fish life histories, and why it may be increased by fishing. Journal of Sea Research. 8-18.
  • 2013. Effects of the emotion system on adaptive behavior. American Naturalist. 689-703.
  • 2012. Hva er et menneske? Hjernen mellom natur og kultur i et langt, historisk perspektiv. Arr - Idéhistorisk tidsskrift. 81-85.
  • 2012. Fishing-induced evolution of growth: concepts, mechanisms and the empirical evidence. Marine Ecology. 1-25.
  • 2011. Model of optimal behaviour in fish larvae predicts that food availability determines survival, but not growth. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 207-219.
  • 2011. Atlantic bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus): a state-dependent energy allocation model for growth, maturation, and reproductive investment. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 1934-1951.
  • 2011. A Model for Optimal Offspring Size in Fish, Including Live-Bearing and Parental Effects. American Naturalist. E119-E135.
  • 2010. Modelling fishing-induced adaptations and consequences for natural mortality. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 1086-1097.
  • 2010. Fishing-induced evolution and changing reproductive ecology of fish: the evolution of steepness. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 1708-1719.
  • 2009. The adaptive value of energy storage and capital breeding in seasonal environments. Oikos. 363-370.
  • 2009. Size-selective fishing gear and life history evolution in the Northeast Arctic cod. Evolutionary Applications. 356-370.
  • 2009. Quantifying the adaptive value of learning in foraging behavior. American Naturalist. 478-489.
  • 2009. Modeling rule-based behavior: habitat selection and the growth-survival trade-off in larval cod. Behavioral Ecology. 490-500.
  • 2008. The evolution of spawning migrations: State dependence and fishing-induced changes. Ecology. 3436-3448.
  • 2008. Fisheries-induced evolution of energy and sex allocation. Bulletin of marine science. 235-250.
  • 2007. Linking behavioural ecology and oceanography: larval behaviour determines growth, mortality and dispersal. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 195-205.
  • 2007. Exploration or exploitation: life expectancy changes the value of learning in foraging strategies. Oikos. 513-523.
  • 2007. Early is better: seasonal egg fitness and timing of reproduction in a zooplankton life-history model. Oikos. 1331-1342.
  • 2007. Drift, growth and survival of larval Northeast Arctic cod with simple rules of behaviour. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 207-219.
  • 2006. The logic of skipped spawning in fish. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 200-211.
  • 2006. State-dependent energy allocation in cod (Gadus morhua). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 186-199.
  • 2006. Co-existence of learners and stayers maintains the advantage of social foraging. Evolutionary Ecology Research. 1311-1324.
  • 2006. A standard protocol for describing individual-based and agent-based models. Ecological Modelling. 115-126.
  • 2005. Modelling buoyancy regulation in fishes with swimbladders: bioenergetics and behaviour. Ecological Modelling. 309-327.
Populærvitenskapelig foredrag
  • 2019. Havet konsert med Bergen Filharmonisk Orkestra.
Vitenskapelig foredrag
  • 2019. Pre-programmed or flexible? Lab and field studies don't add up and suggest strong individual influence on spawning time in Atlantic cod.
  • 2017. Taking animal breeding into the wild: the complex interplay of evolutionary dynamics, size selectivity and economics.
  • 2017. Exams as learning arena: A criterion-based system for justified marking, student feedback, and enhanced constructive alignment.
  • 2017. Disentangling the role of sea lice on the marine survival of Atlantic salmon.
  • 2016. Reduced brood failure in mixed-paternity blue tit broods.
  • 2016. Extra-pair mating and cooperation in anti-predator behaviours.
  • 2014. Long-term change in a behavioural trait: changed spawning locations and truncated demography in Northeast Arctic cod.
  • 2013. Effects of temperature and food availability on larval cod survival: a model for behaviour in vertical gradients.
  • 2013. Drivers and mechanisms of long-term changes in spawning ground usage of Northeast Arctic cod.
  • 2012. Effects of spawning history on growth of Northeast Arctic cod (Gadus morhua L.).
  • 2012. Changes in migration patterns of Northeast arctic cod. Climate, demography or evolution.
  • 2011. The link between temperature, fish size, spawning time and reproductive success of Atlantic cod.
  • 2011. Temperature, fish size, spawning time and reproductive success of Atlantic cod.
  • 2011. Fishing and the contemporary evolution of life history traits and behaviour: is there need for an increased focus on natural mortality?
  • 2010. Climate-linked effects on maturation and spawning of Atlantic cod and implications for fisheries.
  • 2006. Fish deep in debt.
  • 2006. Effects of gear selectivity on harvest-induced life history evolution in Northeast Arctic cod.
  • 2006. Effects of fisheries on energy- and sex-allocation in slow-growing hermaphrodites such as groupers.
  • 2006. Effects of fisheries on energy and sex allocation in slow-growing hermaphrodites such as groupers.
  • 2006. Effects of different management regimes on harvest-induced life history evolution in Northeast Arctic cod.
  • 2006. Coexistence of mobile and sedentary strategies maintains the advantage of social foraging.
  • 2005. Modelling fisheries-induced life history evolution in the Northeast Arctic cod.
  • 2005. Fisheries-induced life history evolution reduces per-biomass egg production of the Northeast Arctic cod stock.
  • 2004. Skipped spawning is common for the Northeast Arctic cod in a life-history energy allocation model.
  • 2004. Effects of a variable food intake on population dynamics and reproduction in the Northeast Arctic cod.
Leder
  • 2012. Conservation physiology of marine fishes: advancing the predictive capacity of models. Biology Letters. 900-903.
  • 2009. Toward Darwinian fisheries management. Evolutionary Applications. 246-259.
  • 2008. Evolution of growth in Gulf of St Lawrence cod? Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences. 1111-1112.
  • 2007. Ecology - Managing evolving fish stocks. Science. 1247-1248.
Leserinnlegg
  • 2009. Hvor langt strekker forskerens ansvar seg? Bergens Tidende.
  • 2009. Biologien og ubehaget. Bergens Tidende.
  • 2008. The role of fisheries-induced evolution - Response. Science. 48-50.
Mastergradsoppgave
  • 2006. Effects of fisheries on energy- and sex-allocation in groupers.
Populærvitenskapelig artikkel
  • 2012. Fra natur til kultur. Biolog. 12-19.
  • 2010. Understanding and engaging values in policy relevant science. Bulletin of the British Ecological Society. 48-56.
  • 2010. Design uten intelligens. Naturfag. 78-82.
  • 2009. Å lære evolusjon – er det å forstå livets logikk? Naturfag. 16-19.
  • 2009. Hvordan formes vi? Bergens Tidende.
  • 2006. Fra kjempetorsk på Møre til dverger langs Finnmarkskysten. Cicerone. 32-33.
Brev til redaktøren
  • 2018. Oxygen- and capacity-limited thermal tolerance: blurring ecology and physiology. Journal of Experimental Biology.
  • 2017. Conclusion that fishing-induced evolution is negligible follows frommodel assumptions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. E4321-E4321.
  • 2016. Response: Demography affects spawning location in Northeast Arctic cod, but what affects demography? Global Change Biology. 965-967.
Doktorgradsavhandling
  • 2019. Light and visual foraging in the pelagic: Opportunities and constraints along gradients of seasonality.
  • 2005. Fisheries-induced life history evolution in cod.
Intervju
  • 2016. På nett med studentane.
  • 2005. Verdt å vite 08.11.2005.
  • 2005. Doktoren svarer.
Vitenskapelig Kapittel/Artikkel/Konferanseartikkel
  • 2008. Fish growth. 9 sider.
Poster
  • 2014. Energy allocation patterns associated with reproduction in Northeast Arctic gadoids.
Vitenskapelig oversiktsartikkel/review
  • 2019. Fishing for answers. 443-444.
  • 2016. Conservation physiology of marine fishes: state of the art and prospects for policy. 20 sider.
  • 2013. Can fisheries-induced evolution shift reference points for fisheries management? 707-721.
  • 2009. Implications of fisheries-induced evolution for stock rebuilding and recovery. 394-414.
  • 2009. Changing philosophies and tools for statistical inferences in behavioral ecology. 1363-1375.

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