Jane Aanestad Godiksen

Telefon: 466 73 311

Arbeider med

• Ansvarlig for otolittlaboratoriet og otolittarkivet
• Vekstanalyser av otolitter
• Mikrokjemi av otolitter
• Kvalitetssikring av alderslesing
• Toktleder og fiskeprøvertaker på bunnfisktokter
• Prosjektkoordinater for flere forskningsstudier på otolitter ved HI
• Medlem av ICES WGBIOP og PGCCDBS

Curriculum Vitae

Education:
2011 PhD, Nowegian Institute for Nature Research and University of Tromsø, Norway
Title of dissertation: “Stable oxygen isotopes and growth increments in Arctic charr otoliths: Revealing thermal habitat use and climate impacts”

2005 Cand. Scient. biology, University of Aarhus, Denmark
Title of dissertation: “Changes in prey preference during the pelagic juvenile stage of Gadoid fishes”

Published papers:
Godiksen JA, Borgstrøm R, Dempson JB, Kohler J, Nordeng H, Power M, Stien A & Svenning M-A 2012. Spring climate and summer otolith growth in juvenile Arctic charr, Salvelinus alpinus. Environmental Biology of Fishes 95: 309-321

Godiksen JA, Power M, Borgstrøm R, Dempson JB & Svenning M-A 2012. Thermal habitat use and juvenile growth of Svalbard Arctic charr: evidence from otolith stable oxygen isotope analyses. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 21: 134-144

Godiksen JA, Svenning M-A, Sinnatamby RN, Dempson JB, Borgstrøm R & Power M 2011. Stable isotope-based determinations of the average temperatures experienced by young-of-the-year Svalbard Arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus (L.)). Polar Biology 34: 591-596

Godiksen JA, Svenning M-A, Dempson JB, Marttila M, Storm-Suke A & Power M 2010. Development of a species-specific fractionation equation for Arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus (L.)): an experimental approach. Hydrobiologia 650: 67-77

Godiksen JA, Hallfredsson EH & Pedersen T 2006. Effects of alternative prey on predation intensity from herring (Clupea harengus) and sand eel (Ammodytes tobianus) on capelin (Mallotus villosus) larvae in the Barents Sea. Journal of Fish Biology, 69: 1807-1823

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