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Howard Browman

Phone: 988 60 778
Visiting address:
Austevoll Research Station
5392 Storebø
Norway
Email: howard.browman@imr.no
For additonal information, see www.fishlarvae.com

Curriculum Vitae

CURRENT POSITION

Principal Research Scientist (equivalent to an academic rank of Full Professor), Norwegian Institute of Marine Research (since March 1998)

EDUCATION

1989 Ph.D. in Systematics & Ecology (Limnology, with Honours), University of Kansas [Major advisor: W.J. O'Brien - deceased]
1985 M.Sc. in Biological Oceanography, McGill University [Major advisor: B.M. Marcotte]
1982 B.Sc. in Marine Biology, McGill University [Double Honours Program, Major advisors: W.C. Leggett and H.M. Reiswig]

RESEARCH INTERESTS

• Zooplankton and ichthyoplankton behaviour and ecology
• Sensory ecology
• Host-finding in fish parasites
• Effects of ocean acidification on the early life stages of marine organisms
• Effects of solar ultraviolet radiation on aquatic organisms and ecosystems
• Marine policy (mainly ecosystem-based management and protected areas)
• Critically evaluating how scholarly performance is measured
• Characterizing the bureaucratisation of scholarly institutions and its impacts
• Scientific publishing (e.g. best practices, editor and author ethics, peer review, open access...)


CURRENT RESEARCH PROJECTS

• 2011-2014: Parameterizing small-scale predator-prey interactions in the plankton
• 2010-2014: Effects of climate change on the Calanus complex (ECCO)
• 2008-2011: Cascading effects of climate change and UV envirotoxins on the nutritional quality of the food base in marine ecosystems
• 2010 – 2012: Development of aquaculture and use of the ballan wrasse in salmon farming for the continuous control of sea lice
• 2010 -2013: 36th Annual Larval Fish Conference, Bergen
• 2010: Changes in the Calanus complex on both sides of the Atlantic and its possible impact on fish populations
• 2010-2012: Effect of ocean acidification on Calanus finmarchicus, cuttlefish and fish larvae
• 2006-2010: Sensory biology and behaviour in the early life stages of marine organisms
• 2004-2010: Magnetoreception and magnetic compass orientation in the long distance migration of the European eel
• 2009 –2010: Effects of seismic surveys (air gun blasts) on Calanus finmarchicus
• 2009 - 2010: Developing a trap for the control of salmon lice


 EDITORIAL, PEER REVIEW AND SCIENTIFIC PUBLISHING EXPERIENCE

• Science Editor, Fisheries, 2010-
• Academic Editor, PLoS ONE, 2010-
• Subject Editor, Marine and Coastal Fisheries, 2008-
• Member, Editorial Policy Committee, Council of Science Editors, 2010-
• Member, Committee on Publication Ethics, 2009-
• Member, Publications Overview Committee, American Fisheries Society, 2009-
• Member, Council of Science Editors, 2005-
• Member, ICES Publications Committee (as of 1 January 2009, the “Publications and Communications Group”), 2005-
• Co-Founder and Associate Editor-in-Chief, Aquatic Biology, 2007
• Editor-in-Chief, Ethics in Science and Environmental Politics, 2005-2007
• Supervisory Editor for all Inter-Research publications, 2005-2007
• Associate Editor-in-Chief, Marine Ecology Progress Series, 2005-2007
• Contributing Editor, Marine Ecology Progress Series, 1996-2004
• Review Editor, Marine Ecology Progress Series, 1992-1995

PUBLICATIONS IN PEER REVIEWED JOURNALS

1. BROWMAN, H.I. & B.M. Marcotte. 1986. Diurnal feeding activity and prey size selection in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) alevins. Developments in Environmental Biology of Fishes 7: 269-284.
2. Marcotte, B.M. & H.I. BROWMAN. 1986. Foraging behaviour in fishes: perspectives on variance. Environmental Biology of Fishes 16: 25-33.
3. Reiswig, H.M. & H.I. BROWMAN. 1987. The use of membrane filters for microscope preparations of sponge spicules. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society 106: 10-20.
4. BROWMAN, H.I. & B.M. Marcotte. 1987. Effects of prey color and background color on feeding by Atlantic salmon alevins. Progressive Fish-Culturist 49: 140-143.
5. BROWMAN, H.I. & B.M. Marcotte. 1987. The effect of zooplankton abundance on feeding behaviour and prey size selection in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) alevins. Holarctic Ecology 10: 163-170.
6. O'Brien, W.J., B.I. Evans & H.I. BROWMAN. 1989. Flexible search tactics and efficient foraging in saltatory searching animals. Oecologia 80: 100-110.
7. BROWMAN, H.I., S. Kruse & W.J. O'Brien. 1989. Foraging behavior of the predaceous cladoceran, Leptodora kindti, and escape responses of their prey. Journal of Plankton Research 11: 1075-1088.
8. BROWMAN, H.I. 1989. The embryology, ethology and ecology of ontogenetic critical periods in fishes. Brain, Behavior and Evolution 34: 5-12.
9. BROWMAN, H.I. 1989. Functional development of sensory systems and acquisition of behaviour in fish larvae. Brain, Behavior and Evolution. 34: 4.
10. O'Brien, W.J., H.I. BROWMAN & B.I. Evans. 1990. Search strategies of foraging animals. American Scientist 78: 152-160.
11. BROWMAN, H.I., W.C. Gordon, B.I. Evans & W.J. O'Brien. 1990. Correlation between histological and behavioral measures of visual acuity in a zooplanktivorous fish, the white crappie (Pomoxis annularis). Brain, Behavior and Evolution 35: 85-97. [cover article]
12. BROWMAN, H.I. & W.J. O'Brien. 1992. Foraging and search behaviour of golden shiner (Notemigonus crysoleucas) larvae. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 49: 813-819.
13. BROWMAN, H.I. & W.J. O'Brien. 1992. The ontogeny of search behaviour in the white crappie, Pomoxis annularis. Environmental Biology of Fishes 34: 181-195.
14. BROWMAN, H.I. & C.W. Hawryshyn. 1992. Thyroxine induces a precocial loss of ultraviolet photosensitivity in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Vision Research 32: 2303-2312.
15. Beaudet, L., H.I. BROWMAN & C.W. Hawryshyn. 1993. Optic nerve response and retinal structure in rainbow trout of different sizes. Vision Research 33: 1739-1746. [cover article]
16. BROWMAN, H.I., I. Novales-Flamarique & C.W. Hawryshyn. 1994. Ultraviolet photoreception contributes to prey search behaviour in two species of zooplanktivorous fishes. Journal of Experimental Biology 186: 187-198.
17. BROWMAN, H.I. & C.W. Hawryshyn. 1994. The developmental trajectory of ultraviolet photosensitivity in rainbow trout is altered by thyroxine. Vision Research 34: 1397-1406. [cover article]
18. BROWMAN, H.I. & C.W. Hawryshyn. 1994. Retinoic acid modulates retinal development in the juveniles of a teleost fish. Journal of Experimental Biology 193: 191-207. [cover article]
19. BROWMAN, H.I. 1995. Commentaries on current trends in recruitment studies. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 128: 305.
20. BROWMAN, H.I. 1996. Effets des UVB sur les ressources marines. Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society Bulletin 24 (1): 1-2.
21. BROWMAN, H.I. 1996. L’augmentation du rayonnement ultraviolet B peut-elle avoir des incidences négatives sur les ressources marines dans le golfe du Saint-Laurent? Le Naturaliste Canadien 120: 66-68.
22. BROWMAN, H.I. & A.B. Skiftesvik. 1996. The effects of turbulence on the predation cycle of fish larvae: comments on some of the issues. Marine Ecology Progress Series 139: 309-312.
23. BROWMAN, H.I. 1996. Predator-prey interactions in the sea. Commentaries on the role of turbulence. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 139: 301-302.
24. Kuhn, P., H.I. BROWMAN, B. McArthur & J.-F. St-Pierre. 1999. Penetration of ultraviolet radiation in the waters of the estuary and Gulf of St. Lawrence. Limnology and Oceanography 44: 710-716.
25. Kouwenberg, J.H.M., H.I. BROWMAN, J.J. Cullen, R.F. Davis, J.-F. St-Pierre & J.A. Runge. 1999. Biological weighting of ultraviolet (280-400 nm) induced mortality in marine zooplankton and fish. I. Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) eggs. Marine Biology 134: 269-284.
26. Kouwenberg, J.H.M., H.I. BROWMAN, J.A. Runge, J.J. Cullen, R.F. Davis, J.-F. St-Pierre. 1999. Biological weighting of ultraviolet (280-400 nm) induced mortality in marine zooplankton and fish. II.Calanus finmarchicus eggs. Marine Biology 134: 285-293.
27. Béland, F., H.I. BROWMAN, C. Alonso Rodriguez & J.-F. St-Pierre. 1999. The effect of solar ultraviolet radiation (280 - 400 nm) on the eggs and larvae of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 56: 1058-1067.
28. BROWMAN, H.I. 1999. The uncertain position, status and impact of negative results in marine ecology: philosophical and practical considerations. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 191: 301-302.
29. Alonso Rodriguez, C., H.I. BROWMAN, J.A. Runge & J.-F. St-Pierre. 2000. Impact of solar ultraviolet radiation on hatching of a marine copepod, Calanus finmarchicus. Marine Ecology Progress Series 193: 85-93.
30. Alonso Rodriguez, C. & H.I. BROWMAN. 2000. High survival of neustonic zoea I larvae of American lobster (Homarus americanus) following short-term exposure to ultraviolet radiation (280 to 400 nm). Marine Ecology Progress Series 193: 305-309.
31. Novales Flamarique, I., H.I. BROWMAN, M. Bélanger & K. Boxaspen. 2000. Ontogenetic changes in visual responses of the parasitic salmon louse, Lepeoptheirus salmonis. Journal of Experimental Biology 203: 1649-1657.
32. BROWMAN, H.I., C. Alonso Rodriguez, F. Béland, J.J. Cullen, R.F. Davis, J.H.M. Kouwenberg, P. Kuhn, B. McArthur, J.A. Runge, J.-F. St-Pierre, & R.D. Vetter. 2000. The impact of ultraviolet radiation on marine crustacean zooplankton and ichthyoplankton: a synthesis of results from the estuary and Gulf of St. Lawrence, Canada. Marine Ecology Progress Series 199: 293-311.
33. Kuhn, P., H.I. BROWMAN, R.F. Davis, J.J. Cullen & B. McArthur. 2000. Modelling the effects of ultraviolet radiation on early life history stages of Calanus finmarchicus and Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) in a mixing environment. Limnology and Oceanography 45: 1797-1806.
34. Novales Flamarique, I. & H.I. BROWMAN. 2000. Wavelength-dependent polarization orientation in Daphnia. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 186: 1073-1087.
35. BROWMAN, H.I. 2000. Application of evolutionary theory to fishery science and stock assessment-management. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 208: 299.
36. BROWMAN, H.I. 2001. Insights into the creation of the Workshop’s theme image – Professor Harald Kryvi’s “Radiating Retina”. Journal of Experimental Biology 204 (14).
37. BROWMAN, H.I. & C.W. Hawryshyn. 2001. Foreward to a special theme issue of JEB: The Biology of Ultraviolet and Polarization Vision. Journal of Experimental Biology 204 (14).
38. Novales Flamarique, I. & H.I. BROWMAN. 2001. Foraging and prey-search behaviour of small juvenile rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) under polarized light. Journal of Experimental Biology 204: 2415-2422.
39. BROWMAN, H.I. 2003. Assessing the impacts of solar ultraviolet radiation on the early life stages of crustacean zooplankton and ichthyoplankton in marine coastal systems. Estuaries 26: 30-39.
40. BROWMAN, H.I., J.-F. St-Pierre & P. Kuhn. 2003. Dose and dose rate dependency in the mortality response of Calanus finmarchicus embryos exposed to simulated solar ultraviolet radiation. Marine Ecology Progress Series 247: 297-302.
41. BROWMAN, H.I., R.D. Vetter, C. Alonso Rodriguez, J.J. Cullen, R.F. Davis, E. Lynn & J.-F. St-Pierre. 2003. UV (280-400 nm) induced DNA damage in eggs and larvae of Calanus finmarchicus Gunnerus (Copepoda) and Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua). Photochemistry and Photobiology 77: 397-404.
42. Kjeldstad, B., O. Frette, S.R. Erga, H.I. BROWMAN, P. Kuhn, R. Davis, W. Miller & J. Stamnes. 2003. UV (280-400 nm) optical properties in a Norwegian fjord system and an intercomparison of underwater radiometers. Marine Ecology Progress Series 256: 1-11.
43. BROWMAN, H.I. 2004. The rules of the game in science publishing. Marine Ecology Progress Series 270: 265-268.
44. BROWMAN, H.I. & D.S. Kirby. 2004. Quality in science publishing. Marine Ecology Progress Series 270: 265.
45. BROWMAN, H.I. & K.I. Stergiou. 2004. Marine protected areas as a central element of ecosystem-based management: defining their location, size and number. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 274: 271-272.
46. BROWMAN, H.I. & K.I. Stergiou. 2004. Perspectives on ecosystem-based approaches to the management of marine resources. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 274: 269-270.
47. Galbraith, P., H.I. BROWMAN, R.G. Racca, A.B. Skiftesvik & J.-F. St-Pierre. 2004. The effect of turbulence on the energetics of foraging in Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) larvae Marine Ecology Progress Series 281: 241-257.
48. Yacoob, S.Y., H.I. BROWMAN and P. Jensen. 2004. Electroencephalogram recordings from the olfactory bulb of juvenile (0 year) Atlantic cod in response to amino acids. Journal of Fish Biology 65: 1657-1664.
49. BROWMAN, H.I., K. Boxaspen & P. Kuhn. 2004. The effect of light on the settlement of the parasitic salmon louse (Lepeophtheirus salmonis) onto Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). Journal of Fish Diseases 27: 701-708.
50. BROWMAN, H.I. 2005. Applications of sensory biology in marine science and aquaculture. Marine Ecology Progress Series 287: 266-269.
51. Weissburg, M.J. & H.I. BROWMAN. 2005. Sensory biology: linking the internal and external ecologies of marine organisms. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 287: 263-265.
52. Stergiou, K. & H.I. BROWMAN. 2005. Imbalances in the reporting and teaching of ecology from limnetic, oceanic and terrestrial domains. Marine Ecology Progress Series 304: 292-297.
53. BROWMAN, H.I. & K.I. Stergiou. 2005. Politics and socio-economics of ecosystem-based management of marine resources. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 300: 241-242.
54. Stergiou, K.I. & H.I. BROWMAN. 2005. Bridging the gap between aquatic and terrestrial ecology. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 304: 271-272.
55. Costello, M.J., E. Vanden Berghe & H.I. BROWMAN. 2006. Ocean biodiversity informatics (OBI). Marine Ecology Progress Series. 316: 201-202.
56. BROWMAN, H.I., A.B. Skiftesvik & P. Kuhn. 2006. The relationship between ultraviolet and polarized light and growth rate in the early larval stages of turbot (Scophtalmus maximus), Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) and Atlantic herring (Clupea harengus) reared in intensive culture conditions. Aquaculture 256: 296-301.
57. Yacoob, S.Y. & H.I. BROWMAN. 2007. Olfactory and gustatory sensitivity to some feed-related chemicals in the Atlantic halibut (Hippoglossus hippoglossus). Aquaculture. 263: 303-309.
58. Yacoob, S.Y. & H.I. BROWMAN. 2007. Prey extracts evoke swimming behavior in the juvenile Atlantic halibut (Hippoglossus hippoglossus). Aquaculture 270: 570-573.
59. Skajaa, K. & H.I. BROWMAN. 2007. The escape response of food-deprived cod larvae (Gadus morhua L.). Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 353: 135-144.
60. Fields, D., M. Weissburg & H.I. BROWMAN. 2007. Chemoreception in the salmon louse (Lepeoptheirus salmonis): an electrophysiological approach. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms. 78: 161-168.
61. Kinne, O., H.I. BROWMAN & M.Seaman. 2007. Editorial - Introducing Aquatic Ecology. Aquatic Ecology 1:i-i.
62. BROWMAN, H.I. & A.B. Skiftesvik. 2007. Moral, ethical and scientific aspects of welfare in aquatic organisms. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 75: 85.
63. Marshall, C.T. & H.I. BROWMAN. 2007. Disentangling the causes of maturation trends in exploited fish populations. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 335: 249-251.
64. Johnson S.C. & H.I. BROWMAN. 2007. Introducing genomics, proteomics and metabolomics in marine ecology. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 332: 247-248.
65. BROWMAN, H.I., R. Law & C.T. Marshall. 2008. The role of fisheries-induced evolution. Science 320: 47-50.
66. BROWMAN, H.I. & K.I. Stergiou. 2008. Factors and indices are one thing, deciding who is scholarly, why they are scholarly, and the relative value of their scholarship is something else entirely. Ethics in Science and Environmental Politics 8: 1-3.
67. Jokinen, E.I., S.E. Markkula, H.M. Salo, P. Kuhn, S. Nikoskelainen, M.T. Arts & H.I BROWMAN. 2008. Exposure to increased levels of ultraviolet-B radiation has negative effects on growth, condition and immune function in juvenile Atlantic salmon. Photochemistry and Photobiology. 84: 1265-1271.
68. Abrahamsen, M.B., H.I. BROWMAN, D.M. Fields & A.B. Skiftesvik. 2010. The three-dimensional prey field of the northern krill, Meganyctiphanes norvegica, and the escape responses of their copepod prey. Marine Biology 157: 1251-1258.
69. Arts, M.T., H.I. BROWMAN, E.I. Jokinen & A.B. Skiftesvik. 2010. Effects of UV radiation and diet on polyunsaturated fatty acids in the skin, ocular tissue and dorsal muscle of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) held in outdoor rearing tanks. Photochemistry and Photobiology. 86: 909-919.
70. Cloutier, R., J. Lambrey de Souza, H.I. BROWMAN & A.B. Skiftesvik. 2010. Early ontogeny of the Atlantic halibut (Hippoglossus hippoglossus) head. Journal of Fish Biology (in press).
71. Jokinen, E.I., H.M. Salo, E.S. Markkula, K. Rikalainen, M.T. Arts & H.I. BROWMAN. 2010. The impact of simultaneous environmental stressors - ultraviolet B radiation and temperature - on immune function, growth and condition of juvenile Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar. Fish and Shellfish Immunology. (in press).


SUBMITTED FOR PUBLICATION

BROWMAN, H.I. & A.B. Skiftesvik. Welfare in aquatic organisms - is there some faith-based HARKing going on here? Submitted as an “As I See It” essay to Diseases of Aquatic Organisms.
BROWMAN, H.I., J. Yen, J.-F. St-Pierre, D.M. Fields & A.B. Skiftesvik. Behaviour of the carnivorous copepod, Euchaeta norvegica, preying upon larval Atlantic cod, Gadus morhua. Marine Biology.
 

BOOKS AND OTHER EDITED WORKS

1. BROWMAN, H.I. (Ed.). 1989. Functional Development of Sensory Systems and Acquisition of Behavior in Fish Larvae. Brain, Behavior and Evolution 34(1).
2. Hoyt, R.D., H.I. BROWMAN, S.I. Doroshov, L.A. Fuiman, D.F. Markle, W.J. Matthews & K. Sherman (Eds.). 1989. Proceedings of the Twelfth Annual Larval Fish Conference. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 118(2): 138-217.
3. BROWMAN, H.I. (Ed.). 1995. Commentaries on current research trends in recruitment studies. Marine Ecology Progress Series 128: 305-310.
4. BROWMAN, H.I. (Ed.) 1996. Predator-prey interactions in the sea: commentaries on the role of turbulence. Marine Ecology Progress Series 139: 301-312.
5. BROWMAN, H.I. (Ed.) 1999. Negative results. The uncertain position, status and impact of negative results in marine ecology: philosophical and practical considerations. Marine Ecology Progress Series 191: 301-309.
6. BROWMAN, H.I. (Ed.) 2000. ‘Evolution’ of fisheries science. Application of evolutionary theory to fisheries science and stock assessment-management. Marine Ecology Progress Series 208: 299-313.
7. BROWMAN, H.I. & C.W. Hawryshyn (Eds.). 2001. Biology of Ultraviolet and Polarization Vision. Journal of Experimental Biology 204(14).
8. BROWMAN, H.I. & A.B. Skiftesvik (Eds.). 2003. The Big Fish Bang. Proceedings of the 26th Annual Larval Fish Conference.
9. BROWMAN, H.I. & D.S. Kirby (Eds.). 2004. Quality in science publishing. Marine Ecology Progress Series 270: 265-287.
10. BROWMAN, H.I. & K.I. Stergiou (Eds.). 2004. Perspectives on ecosystem-based approaches to the management of marine resources. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 274: 269-303.
11. Weissburg, M. & H.I. BROWMAN (Eds.). 2005. Sensory biology: linking the internal and external ecologies of marine organisms. Marine Ecology Progress Series 287: 263-307.
12. BROWMAN, H.I. & K.I. Stergiou (Eds.). 2005. Politics and socio-economics of ecosystem-based management of marine resources. Marine Ecology Progress Series 300: 241-296.
13. Stergiou, K. & H.I. BROWMAN (Eds.). 2005. Bridging the gap between aquatic and terrestrial ecology. Marine Ecology Progress Series 304: 271-307.
14. Costello, M., Vanden Berghe, E. & H.I. BROWMAN (Eds.). 2006. Ocean biodiversity informatics. Marine Ecology Progress Series 316: 201-310.
15. Johnson, S.C. & H.I. BROWMAN (Eds.). 2007. Introducing genomics, proteomics and metabolomics in marine ecology. Marine Ecology Progress Series 332: 247-310.
16. BROWMAN, H.I. & A.B. Skiftesvik (Eds.). 2007. Welfare in aquatic organisms. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 75(2).
17. Marshall, C.T. & H.I. BROWMAN (Eds.). 2007. Disentangling the causes of maturation trends in exploited fish populations. Marine Ecology Progress Series 335: 249-310.
18. Gallego, A, E.W. North, P. Petitgas & H.I. BROWMAN (Eds.). 2007. Advances in modelling physical-biological interactions in fish early life history. Marine Ecology Progress Series 347: 121-306.
19. King, N.J., D.M. Bailey, I.G. Priede & H.I. BROWMAN (Eds.). 2007. The role of scavengers in marine ecosystems. Marine Ecology Progress Series 350: 175-298.
20. Sydeman, W.J., J.J. Piatt & H.I. BROWMAN (Eds.). 2007. Seabirds as indicators of marine ecosystems. Marine Ecology Progress Series 352: 199-309.
21. BROWMAN, H.I., B.M. Marcotte & P.S. Kuhn. (Eds.). 2007. Ethics of climate change essay contest. Ethics in Science and Environmental Politics. 2007: 13-14.
22. BROWMAN, H.I. & K.I. Stergiou (Eds.). 2008. The use and misuse of bibliometrics in evaluating scholarly performance. Ethics in Science and Environmental Politics. 8: 1-107.
23. BROWMAN, H.I. (Ed.). 2008. Fisheries Management and Climate Change in the Northeast Atlantic Ocean and the Baltic Sea. TemaNord 2008: 595, Nordic Council of Ministers, Copenhagen.


CHAPTERS IN PEER REVIEWED BOOKS

1. BROWMAN, H.I. & R.D. Vetter. 2001. The Impact of Solar Ultraviolet Radiation on Crustacean Zooplankton and Ichthyoplankton: Case Studies from Sub-Arctic Marine Ecosystems. Pp: 261-304, In: D.O. Hessen (Ed.). UV-Radiation and Arctic Ecosystems. Springer-Verlag.
2. BROWMAN, H.I., J.-F. St-Pierre, A.B. Skiftesvik & R.G. Racca. 2003. Behaviour of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) larvae: an attempt to link maternal condition with larval quality, pp: 71-95, In: H.I. Browman and A.B. Skiftesvik (Eds.). The Big Fish Bang. Proceedings of the 26th Annual Larval Fish Conference.
3. Skiftesvik, A.B., H.I. BROWMAN & J.-F. St-Pierre. 2003. Life in green water: the effect of microalgae on the behaviour of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) larvae, pp: 97-103, In: H.I. Browman and A.B. Skiftesvik (Eds.). The Big Fish Bang. Proceedings of the 26th Annual Larval Fish Conference.
4. Evans, B.I. & H.I. BROWMAN. 2004. Variation in the development of the fish retina, pp: 145-166, In: J.J. Govoni (Ed.). Development of Form and Function in Fishes, and the Question of Larval Adaptation. American Fisheries Society Symposium # 40.


INSTITUTIONAL REPORTS

1. Vaughan, H., J. Carey, R. Bukata, H. BROWMAN, M. Morrison, K. Percy, R. Robarts and F. Crisp. 1997. Addressing the Ecosystem Effects of Ultraviolet Radiation Including an Inventory of Research and Collaborative Mechanisms: Report of the Working Group on the Ecosystem Effects of Ultraviolet Radiation convened under the Memorandum of Understanding on Science and Technology for Sustainable Development in the Natural Resources Sector. Government of Canada, Environment Canada, National Water Research Institute, Burlington, Ontario, Canada. 77 pages.
2. Dutil, J.-D., M. Castonguay, M.O. Hammill, P. Ouellet, Y. Lambert, D. Chabot, H. BROWMAN, D. Gilbert, A. Fréchet. J.-A. Gagné, D. Gascon & L. Savard. 1998. Environmental influences on the productivity of cod stocks: some evidence for the northern Gulf of St. Lawrence, and required changes in management practices. Department of Fisheries and Oceans (Canada). Atlantic Fisheries Research Document 98/18: 42p.
3. BROWMAN, H.I. 2001. Asking fish larvae what they see and smell. Pp: 70-71 In Olsen, R.E. and Hansen, T. (Eds.). Havbruksrapporten 2001. Fisken og havet, særnr. 3-2001.
4. BROWMAN, H. 2004. Sansebiologi og atferd – viktig kunnskap for utvikling av marint oppdrett. Pp. 77-78, In Agnalt, A, Ervik, A., Kristiansen, T.S. & Oppedal, F. (Eds.). Havbruksrapport 2004. Fisken of havet, saernr. 3-2004.
5. Irisson, J-O, J.M. Leis, C. Paris & H.I. BROWMAN. 2009. Behaviour and settlement, pp: 42-59, In: North, E.W., A. Gallego, and P. Petitgas (eds.). Manual of recommended practices for modelling physical-biological interactions during fish early life. ICES Cooperative Research Report No. 295.
6. Helvik, J.V. et al. 2009. The fish larva: a transitional life form, the foundation for aquaculture and fisheries. Report from a working group on research on early life stages of fish. The Research Council of Norway.
7. Bellerby, R.G., H.I. BROWMAN et al. 2012. Impacts of ocean acidification in the arctic ocean. Arctic Climate Impact Assessment. In preparation.


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