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Vitenskapelig artikkel
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2024). Spatial restrictions inadvertently doubled the carbon footprint of Norway's mackerel fishing fleet. Marine Policy.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2023). Visual predation risk and spatial distributions of large Arctic copepods along gradients of sea ice and bottom depth. Limnology and Oceanography. 1388-1405.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2023). Model-informed classification of broadband acoustic backscatter from zooplankton in an in situ mesocosm. ICES Journal of Marine Science. 14 sider.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2023). Model of mesopelagic fish predation on eggs and larvae shows benefits of tuna spawning under full moon. Limnology and Oceanography.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2023). Blue mussels in western Norway have vanished where in reach of crawling predators. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 85-101.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2023). Bergmann patterns in planktivorous fishes: A light-size or zooplankton community-size rule is just as valid explanation as the temperature-size rule. Global Ecology and Biogeography. 1-17.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2021). Poleward distribution of mesopelagic fishes is constrained by seasonality in light. Global Ecology and Biogeography. 546-561.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2021). Pelagic organisms avoid white, blue, and red artificial light from scientific instruments. Scientific Reports. 13 sider.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2021). Light and energetics at seasonal extremes limit poleward range shifts. Nature Climate Change. 530-536.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2019). Light comfort zone in a mesopelagic fish emerges from adaptive behaviour along a latitudinal gradient. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 161-174.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2019). Enlightening the ocean’s twilight zone. ICES Journal of Marine Science. 803-812.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2019). Catastrophic dynamics limit Atlantic cod recovery. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2017). Sea-ice loss boosts visual search: fish foraging and changing pelagic interactions in polar oceans. Global Change Biology. 5318-5330.
Faglig foredrag
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2023). Small fish - The world’s most CO2 efficient animal protein source?
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2023). Model-informed classification of broadband acoustic backscattering from zooplankton in an in situ mesocosm.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2023). Brexit doblet karbonfotavtrykket til Norges makrellfiskeflåte.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2022). Mer mat med mindre påvirkning – kan pelagiske fiskerier bidra mer til bærekraftig matproduksjon?
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2022). How can fisheries contribute more to a sustainable future?
Vitenskapelig foredrag
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2023). Trends in CO2 efficiency in North Atlantic fisheries.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2023). Spatial restrictions inadvertently doubled the carbon footprint of Norway’s mackerel fishing fleet.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2023). Rethinking fisheries in the sustainability crisis - the role of small pelagics.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2023). Model evidence for photic barriers to poleward range shifts.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2023). Insights from mechanistic models: understanding causes and consequences of mesopelagic diel vertical migration across latitudes.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2023). Bergman patterns in a warming ocean, their mechanistic basis, and implications for projecting responses to climate change.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2022). Visual predation risk and spatial distribution of large Arctic copepods along gradients sea ice and bottom depth .
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2022). The Arctic lightscape and its role in pelagic interactions and species distributions.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2021). The pelagic riskscape and consequences for zooplankton size along gradients of light and sea-ice in the Barents Sea.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2021). Light and energetics at seasonal extremes limit poleward range shifts.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2021). From light, to vision, to species distribution - Developing a mechanistic understanding of species (re-)distributions beyond temperature.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2021). From light, to vision, to species distribution - Developing a mechanistic understanding of species (re-)distributions beyond temperature.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2021). Equatorwards shifts of marine fishes under climate change: a rule rather than exception?
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2020). Exploring the emergent niche of Greater argentine (Argentina silus) along gradients of topography, light and advection.
Short communication
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2018). Increased occurrence of the jellyfish Periphylla periphylla in the European high Arctic. Polar Biology. 1-5.
Mastergradsoppgave
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2021). Trophic structure of mesopelagic species in the Northeast Atlantic Ocean based on stable isotopes of carbon and nitrogen.
Doktorgradsavhandling
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2019). Light and visual foraging in the pelagic: Opportunities and constraints along gradients of seasonality.
Intervju
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2021). Årstidene begrenser artsutbredelser i havet.
Poster
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2023). UNINTENDED CLIMATE CONSEQUENCES OF FISHERY MANAGEMENT BREAKDOWN.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2023). Blue food, green food, and the nature crisis.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2021). Exploring the emergent niche of Greater silver smelt (Argentina silus) along gradients of topography, light and advection.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2020). Exploring the emergent niche of Greater argentine (Argentina silus) along gradients of topography, light and advection.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2019). Sea-ice loss is bad news for large copepods.
Vitenskapelig oversiktsartikkel/review
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2021). A review of adaptation options in fisheries management to support resilience and transition under socio-ecological change. ICES Journal of Marine Science. 463-479.
Nettsider (opplysningsmateriale)
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2020). Sea ice disappearing may be good news for the fish in the Arctic, but bad news for the zooplankton!

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