I work with stock assessment in the Barents Sea (redfish and Greenland halibut) and multi-species modelling in the Barents Sea using the Gadget model. I chair the ICES AFWG assessment group in the Barents Sea, and am previous chair of the WGSAM multi-species WG.
Vitenskapelige artikler (NVI)
Assessing impacts of simulated oil spills on the Northeast Arctic cod fishery
Marine Pollution Bulletin 126 p. 63-73
Projecting marine mammal distribution in a changing climate
Frontiers in Marine Science 4:413 p. 1-14
Dynamic of the Flemish cap commercial stocks: Use of a gadget multispecies model to determine the relevance and synergies among predation, recruitment, and fishing
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 74 p. 582-597
Dynamic of the Flemish Cap commercial stocks: use of a Gadget multispecies model to determine the relevance and synergies among predation, recruitment, and fishing.
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 10.1139/cjfas-2016-0111
A trans-Atlantic examination of haddock Melanogrammus aeglefinus food habits
Journal of Fish Biology 88 p. 2203-2218
Balanced harvesting in a variable and uncertain world – a case study from the Barents Sea.
ICES Journal of Marine Science 73 p. 1623-1631
Synergies between climate and management for Atlantic cod fisheries at high latitudes
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 111 p. 3478-3483
Modelling the likely impacts of climate-driven changes in cod-capelin overlap in the Barents Sea
ICES Journal of Marine Science 71 p. 72-80
Inadequate risk assessments – A study on worst-case scenarios related to petroleum exploitation in the Lofoten area
Marine Policy 44 p. 82-89
Unquantifiable uncertainty in projecting stock response to climate change: Example from North East Arctic cod
Marine Biology Research 9 p. 920-931
The added value of participatoly modelling in fisheries management - what has been learnt?
Marine Policy 36 p. 1072-1085
Biomass of Scyphozoan Jellyfish, and Its Spatial Association with 0-Group Fish in the Barents Sea
PLoS ONE 7
Unquantifiable uncertainty in projecting stock response to climate change: Example from NEA cod
ICES Journal of Marine Science
The potential use of a Gadget model to predict stock responses to climate change in combination with Bayesian networks: the case of Bay of Biscay anchovy
ICES Journal of Marine Science 68 p. 1257-1269
A combined Gadget/FLR model for management strategy evaluations of the Barents Sea fisheries
ICES Journal of Marine Science 67 p. 1998-2004
Modelling multispecies interactions in the Barents Sea ecosystem with special emphasis on minke whales, cod, herring and capelin
Deep-sea research. Part II, Topical studies in oceanography 56 p. 2068-2079
Reducing Fisheries Model Complexity Using a Finite Fourier Series Parameterization
Fisheries Research 84 p. 390-394
An overview of Gadget, the Globally applicable Area-Disaggregated General Ecosystem Toolbox.
ICES CM 2004/FF:13
Generating Multiple Data-fit Fishery Models using Gadget
ICES Journal of Marine Science p. 390-394
Modelling the influence of glacial isostasy on Late Weichselian ice-sheet growth in the Barents Sea
Journal of Quaternary Science
Intercomparison of subglacial sediment deformation models: application to the late Weichselian western Barents margin
Annals of Glaciology p. 187-196
Numerical modelling of the Eurasian High Arctic Ice Sheet: an inverse experiment using geological boundary conditions
Glacial Geology and Geomorphology
A new ICES assessment model for Greenland halibut in the Barents Sea: making the best use of the available data
Managing changing spatial ecosystem dynamics: examples from the Barents Sea
To Eat Glass or Fish, That Is the Question: A Trans-Atlantic Examination of Haddock (Melanogrammus aeglefinus) Food Habits
ICES Advice sheet for Greenland halibut (Reinhardtius hippoglossoides) in Subareas I and II (Northeast Arctic)
Kapitler og bøker
Pan.Arctic Fisheries and their Assessment. In "Fisheries and Aquaculture in the Modern World", ed. Heimo M.
ISBN 978-953-51-2687-4, Print ISBN 978-953-51-2686-7. doi: 10.5772/64745
A Spreadsheet Approach to Maths for GNVQ Engineering.
Published: Arnold, London (Ja)
SYMBIOSES: a practical risk management tool to integrate fisheries and hydrocarbon activities in the Lofotens and Barents Sea, Norway
The new ICES Barents Sea Greenland halibut assessment: Using ecosystem survey data and length-based modeling to assess the unassessable
UavHjort: Fisheries induced evolution?
An ecosystem-based modeling system for predicting oil spill impacts in the marine environment
Effects of rebuilding cod size structure in a warmer Barents Sea
Integrated Ecosystem Assessments in Norway: Comparison over three different ecosystems
SYMBIOSES – et integrert modelleringsverktøry for støtte til marin økosystem basert forvaltning
SYMBIOSES - An integrated modeling framework for decision support in marine ecosystem based management
What multi species and ecosystem models can do for you- examples from ICES WGSAM
Multispecies considerations in stock assessments: yes we can
A positive outlook for cod in the Barents Sea: Synergies between climate and management
A statistical assessment model applied on Northeast Arctic haddock
An ecosystem based impact assessment and management tool for the marine environment
Rapporter og avhandlinger
ICES WKIRISH3 REPORT 2017: Report of the Benchmark Workshop on the Irish Sea Ecosystem (WKIrish3)
Report of the Benchmark Workshop on the Irish Sea Ecosystem (WKIrish3), 30 January–3 February 2017, Galway, Ireland.
Report of the Arctic Fisheries Working Group, Copenhagen, 19-25 April 2017. ICES C.M. 2017/ACOM:06
Report of the Inter-Benchmark Protocol on Northeast Arctic cod (IBPArcticCod), 4–6 April 2017, ICES HQ, Copenhagen, Denmark. ICES CM 2017/ACOM:29, 236 pp.
ICES WGSAM REPORT 2016: Report of the Working Group on Multispecies Assessment Methods (WGSAM)
Report of the Arctic Fisheries Working Group (AFWG), Dates 19-25 April 2016, ICES HQ, Copenhagen, Denmark.ICES CM 2016/ACOM:06.
ICES WGSAM REPORT 2015: Report of the Working Group on Multispecies Assessment Methods (WGSAM)
Report of the Arctic Fisheries Working Group, Hamburg, 23-29 April 2015. ICES C.M. 2015/ACOM:05.
Barentshavet - for stort og komplekst for en strikt balansert høsting
Report of the Inter Benchmark Process on Greenland Halibut in ICES areas I and II (IBPHALI) ICES CM 2015\ACOM:54
Advice Drafting Group report on Pandalus in the Skaggerak (ADGPand)
Report of the Expert Panel to review the proposal for NEWREP-A
ICES WGSAM REPORT 2014: Interim Report of the Working Group on Multispecies Assessment Methods (WGSAM)
Report of the Arctic Fisheries Working Group, ICES C.M. 2014/ACOM:05
SCICOM PROGRESS REPORT 2013 ICES SCIENCE COMMITTEE ICES CM 2013/SCICOM:03
Working Group on Multispecies Assessment Methods (WGSAM)
Report of the Benchmark Workshop on Baltic Multispecies Assessments (WKBALT) ICES CM 2013/ACOM:43
ICES. 2013. Report of the Benchmark Workshop on Greenland Halibut Stocks (WKBUT) ICES CM 2013/ACOM:44. 367 pp
ICES Arctic Fisheries (AFWG) REPORT 2013
Jeg arbeider med multispecies modeller, og bruker "Gadget" som en verktøy. Jeg jobber på interaksjoner mellom arter, usikkerhet, og grensesnittet mellom den virkelige verden og modeller.
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