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Kevin Glover

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Curriculum Vitae

Dr. Kevin A. Glover (BSc PhD)

Population Genetics Group leader 
Professor in Genetics (Adjunct), University of Bergen
Handling Editor: Aquaculture Environment Interactions
 
DOB: 10.01.1975 
Nationality: British (resident of Norway)
Status: Married with 3 children
kevin.glover@imr.no 
Tlf. 480 40 035
 
RESEARCH INTERESTS
I have a wide range of research interests which can be tentatively grouped into the four fields outlined below. Scientific papers associated with this work are detailed at the end of my CV. 
 
• Marine population genetics and genomics. Using genetics and genomics tools to study variation within and among populations in time and space, and investigate the underlying ecological and evolutionary mechanisms at work. This involves investigations into a wide range of species, from copepods, to marine and anadromous fish, and marine mammals.
• Genetic interactions between domesticated escapees and wild populations. Using field, tank and laboratory studies, involving ecological, phenotypic and molecular genomic analyses, we have investigated the genetic differences between farmed and wild salmon, their interactions in the wild, and potential fitness consequences. I have also published a review paper on this subject.
• Fisheries forensics. I have played a central role in developing DNA methods to trace unreported farmed escapees back to their farms of origin which is currently used by the regulatory authorities in Norway, and also lead the Norwegian DNA register for minke whales (see below). 
• Diverse/opportunistic. Based upon the broad infrastructure, topics and species I work on together with members of the group, other research groups at IMR, and external partners, a number of multidisciplinary and opportunistic studies have been published. I am always looking for good opportunities to use existing data, or connect up with ongoing studies, to generate new knowledge.   
 

FORMAL EDUCATION
1999-2002 Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD)
Institute of Marine Research (IMR), Norway, and the University of Stirling, Scotland
1993-1996 BSc (Hons) in Biological Science
The University of Reading, England.

EMPLOYMENT
2013-present Research Group leader for Population Genetics group at IMR.
2012-present Adjunct Professor in Genetics, Sea Lice Research Centre, University of Bergen.
2009-present 1183 Principal scientist, IMR.
2002-2009 Post Dr, 1109 and 1110 scientist positions at IMR.
 
GROUP LEADER
I have been the leader for the population genetics group at IMR since 2013. The group has ~30 employees, including scientific and technical staff, as well as post Drs and PhD students. The group publishes ~30 scientific papers yearly and has won the IMR prize for best publication of the year in four of the past seven years. The research group is part of IMRs formal organizational structure and my position includes scientific, administrative and personal responsibility for all members of the group. 
 
SELECTED CURRENT PROJECT MANAGEMENT
The below list (which is not complete) reflects some of the projects I manage. Past projects are not listed to save space, but include EU projects, National platform projects, Strategic Institute Projects, and the National Farmed Salmon Monitoring Program for Norway. 
 
1. 2007 ongoing: The Norwegian minke whale genetic database. This is a DNA register over all captured minke whales under Norwegian commercial quota in the period 1996-present (~10 000 whales). This is possibly the only DNA register used to actively monitor trade and exploitation of a CITES listed species globally. Annual budget ca. 1.5mill Nok.
 
2. 2016-2019: WP leader in Quantescape II. This is a large national knowledge platform project including collaboration between several institutes looking into the genetic and ecological consequences of farmed salmon escapees. Total budget ca. 20 mill. Nok.  
 
3. 2016-2017: Genetic background of domestication. This is a small project between the Marine Harvest and IMR looking into the genetics of domestication in Salmon. 
 
4. 2015 ongoing: Scientific support to the National Monitoring Program for Farmed escapees. Project financed with resources from the Norwegian Department of Trade and Industry to look into genetic issues related to farmed escapees and their interactions with wild fish. Annual budget ca. 3.5 mill. Nok. 
 
SCIENTIFIC SUPPORT TO REGULATORY AUTHORITIES
Two of the projects I currently manage (Minke whale DNA register and Scientific support to the National Monitoring Program for farmed escapees) have a direct connection to the legal authorities. We offer DNA analyses as a routine forensic service to support the Norwegian Directorate of fisheries and police. The analyses conducted within these projects have led to the successful prosecutions. Example of a press-release connected with such a case: 
http://www.fiskeridir.no/Akvakultur/Nyheter/2016/0116/Sporing-av-roemt-oppdrettslaks-i-Oselva-og-Driva
 
EXAMPLES OF SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE WORK
2013 – ongoing. Contributing editor of Aquaculture Environment Interactions. 
2011 – 2013. Member of the official Norwegian delegation for the IWC.    
 
TEACHING + SUPERVISION 
2005 - ongoing. Annual lecturer for the MSc course: “Environmental impacts of aquaculture” at the University of Bergen. 3x double lectures on sea lice and genetic interactions. 
2008. Lecturer for the course “Applying microsatellite techniques to aquatic systems”. Nordic Marine Academy held at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology/Trondheim. 
 
Supervision or co-supervision of PhD students = 5 (past), 2 (present), and Masters students = 1 (past) 1 (present).  
 
PEER-REVIEWED SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS
I have 101 papers published in international peer-reviewed journals in the period 2001-2017. Of these, 47 were published 2014-2017. H-value 22 with 1649 total citations. Selected publications below:   
 
Publications 2017 (accepted and in press)
 
1. Fjørtoft, H. B., Besnier, F., Stene, A., Nilsen, F., Bjørn, P. A., Tveten, A. K., Aspehaug, V., Glover, K. A. 2017. The Phe362Tyr mutation conveying resistance to organophosphates occurs in high frequencies in salmon lice collected from wild salmon and sea trout. Scientific Reports. Accepted. 
2. Halttunen, E., Gjelland, K. Ø., Glover, K. A., Johnsen, I. A. Serra-Llinares, R. M., Skaala, Ø., Nilsen, R., Bjørn, P. A., Finstad, B., Skilbrei, O. T. 2017. Migration of Atlantic salmon post-smolts in a fjord with a high infestation pressure of salmon lice. Marine Ecology Progress Series accepted. 
3. Kaur, K., Besnier, F., Glover, K. A., Nilsen, F., Aspehaug, V. T., Fjørtoft, H. B., Horsberg, T. E. 2017. The mechanism (Phe362Tyr mutation) behind organophosphate resistance in Lepeophtheirus salmonis existed prior to its use in salmon farming. Scientific Reports. Accepted. 
4. Glover, K. A., Hansen, T., Besnier, F., Solberg, M. F., Fjelldal, P. G., Dalvin, S., Nilsen, F. 2017. Cloned and outbred Atlantic salmon display equal parasite dispersion when infected with the salmon louse. Aquaculture early online. 
5. Harvey, A., Tang, Y., Wennevik, V., Skaala, Ø., Glover, K. A. 2017. Timing is everything: fishing-season placement may represent the most important angling-induced evolutionary pressure on Atlantic salmon populations. Ecology and Evolution. Accepted.  
6. Reimer, T., Dempster, T., Wargelius, A., Fjelldal, P. G. Hansen, T., Glover, K. A., Solberg, M. F., Swearer, M. E. 2017. Rapid growth causes abnormal vaterite formation in farmed fish otoliths. Journal of Experimental Biology Accepted. 
7. Harvey, A., Fjelldal, P. G., Solberg, M. F. Hansen, T., Glover, K. A. 2017. Ploidy elicits a whole-genome dosage effect: growth of triploid Atlantic salmon is linked to the genetic origin of the second maternal chromosome set. Bmc Genetics 18: 34. 
8. Jansson, E., Quintela, M., Dahle, G., Albretsen, J., Knutsen, H., Andre, C., Strand, Å., Mortensen, S., Taggart, J. B., Karlsbakk, E., Kvamme, B. O., Glover, K. A. 2017. Genetic analysis of goldsinny wrasse reveals evolutionary insights into population connectivity and potential evidence of inadvertent translocation via aquaculture. ICES Journal of Marine Science. In press. 
9. Malde, K. Seliussen, B. B., Dahle, G., Quintela, M., Besnier, F., Skaug, H. J., Solvang, H., Haug, T., Skern-Mauritzen R., Kanda, N., Pastene, L. A., Jonassen, I., Glover, K. A. 2017. Whole genome resequencing reveals diagnostic markers for investigating global migration and hybridization between minke whale species. Bmc Genomics 18:76.   
10. Madhun, A. S., Wennevik, V., Skilbrei, O. T., Karlsbakk, E., Skaala, Ø., Fiksdal, I. U., Meier, S., Tang, Y., Glover, K. A. 2017. The ecological profile of Atlantic salmon escapees entering a river through an entire season: diverse in escape history and genetic background, but frequently virus-infected. Ices Journal of Marine Science in press. 
11. Glover, K. A., Solberg, M. F., McGinnity, P., Hindar, K., Verspoor, E., Coulson, M., W., Hansen, M. M., Araki, H., Skaala, Ø., Svåsand, T. 2017. Half a centuary of interaction between farmed and wild Atlantic salmon: summary of knowledge and unanswered questions. Fish and Fisheries early online: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/faf.12214/full. 
12. Ljungfeldt, L., Quintela, M., Besnier, F., Nilsen, F., Glover, K. A. 2017.  A pedigree-based study with the salmon louse, Lepeophtheirus salmonis  reveals variation in salinity and thermal tolerance. Evolutionary Applications. Accepted.  
 
Publications 2016
 
13. Harvey, A., Solberg, M., Troianou, Carvalho, G. R., Taylor, M., Creer, S., Dyrehoveden, L., Matre, I.H., Glover, K. A. 2016. Plasticity in growth of farmed and wild Atlantic salmon: is the increased growth rate of farmed salmon caused by evolutionary adaptations to the commercial diet? Bmc Evolutionary Biology 16:264.  
14. Kjærner-Semb, E., Ayllon, F., Furmanek, T., Wennevik, V., Dahle, G., Niemela, E., Ozerov, M., Vaha, J., Glover, K. A., Rubin, C. J., Wargelius, A., Edvardsen, R. B. Atlantic salmon populations reveal adaptive divergence of immune related genes – a duplicated genome under selection. Bmc Genomics 17:610.  
15. Fjelldal, P. G., Solberg, M. F., Hansen, T., Vågseth, T., Glover, K. A., Kyrvi, H. 2016. Salmonid fish: Model organisms to study cardiovascular morphogenesis in conjointed twins. Bmc Developmental Biology 16:25.   
16. Harvey, A. Juleff, G., Carvalho, G. Taylor, M., Solberg, M. F., Dyrhovden, L., Matre, I. H., Glover, K. A. 2016. Does density influence relative growth performance of farm, wild and F1 hybrid Atlantic salmon in semi-natural and hatchery common garden conditions? Royal Society Open Science In press.  
17. Quintela, M., Wennevik, V., Sørvig, A. G. E., Skaala, Ø., Skilbrei, O. T., Urdal, K., Barlaup, B. T., Glover, K. A. 2016. Siblingship tests connect two seemingly independent farmed Atlantic salmon escape events together. Aquaculture Enviornment Interactions 8: 497-509.  
18. Jansson, E., Taggart, J. B., Wehner, S., Dahle, G., Quintela, M., Mortensen, S., Kvamme, B. O., Glover, K.A. 2016. Development of SNP and microsatellite markers for goldsinny wrasse (Ctenolabrus rupestris) from ddRAD sequencing data.  Early online DOI 10.1007/s12686-016-0532-0.
19. Solberg, M., Dyrhovden, L., Matre, I. H., Glover, K. A. 2016. Thermal plasticity in farmed, wild and hybrid Atlantic salmon during early development: has domestication caused divergence in low temperature tolerance? Bmc Evolutionary Biology 16:38. 
20. Harvey, A. C., Glover, K. A., Taylor, M. I., Creer, S., Carvalho, G. R. 2016. A common garden design reveals population-specific variability in potential impacts of hybridisation between farmed and wild strains of Atlantic salmon Salmo salar L. Evolutionary Applications 9: 435-449.   
21. Glover, K. A., Bos, J. B., Urdal, K., Madhun, A. S., Sørvik, A. G. E., Unneland, L., Seliussen, B. B., Skaala, Ø., Skilbrei, O. T., Yang, Y., Wennevik, V. 2016. Genetic screening of farmed Atlantic salmon escapees demonstrates that triploid fish display reduced migration to freshwater. Biological Invasions 18: 1287-1294 .  
22. Bicskei, B., Taggart, J. B., Glover, K. A., Bron, J, E. 2016. Comparing the transcriptone of enbryos from domesticated and wild Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) stocks and examining factors influencing heritability of expression. Genetics Selection Evolution 48:20. 
23. Quintela, M. Danielsen, E. D., Lopez, L., Barreiro, R., Svåsand, T., Knutsen, H., Skiftesvik, A. B., Glover, K. A. 2016. Is ballan wrasse two species? Genetic analysis demonstrates within-species divergence associated with plain and spotted morphotype frequencies. Integrative Zoology 11:162-172. 
24. Harvey A. C., Solberg, M F., Glover, K. A., Taylor, M. I., Creer, S., Carvalho, G. R. 2016. Plasticity in response to feed availability – does feeding regime influence the relative growth performance of domesticated, wild and hybrid Atlantic salmon Salmo salar parr? Journal of Fish Biology in press.   
 
Publications 2015
 
25. Ayllon, F., Kjærner-Semb, E., Furmanek, T., Wennevik, V., Solberg, M. F., Dahle, G., Hellebn, B. A., Taranger, G. L., Glover, K. A., Almen, M. S., Edvardsen, R. B., Wargelius, A. 2015. The vgll3 locus controls age of maturation in wild and domesticated Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) males. PLoS Genetics 11(11): e1005628.      
26. Castellani M., Heino, M., Gilbey, J., Araki, H., Svåsand, T., Glover K. A. 2015. IBSEM: An individual-based Atlantic salmon population modell. PLoS ONE 10(9) e0138444.
27. Glover, K. A., Madhun, A. S., Dahle, G., Sørvik, A. G. E., Wennevik, V., Skaala, Ø., Morton, H. Craig., Hansen, T., Fjelldal, P. G. 2015. The frequency of spontaneous triploidy in farmed Atlantic salmon produced in Norway during the period 2007-2015. Bmc Genetics 16:37.   
28. Besnier F., Glover, K. A., Lien, S., Kent, M. P., Hansen, M. M., Shen, X., Skaala, Ø. 2015. Identification of quantitative genetic components of fitness variation in farmed, hybrid and wild salmon in the wild. Heredity 115: 47-55.  
29. Madhun, A. S., Karlsbakk, E., Isachsen, C. H., Omdal, L. M., Sørvik, A. G. E., Skaala, Ø., Barlaup, B. T, Glover, K. A. 2015. Potential disease interaction reinforced: double-virus infected escaped farmed Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., recaptured in a nearby river. Journal of Fish Diseases 38: 209-219.
30. Heino, M. Svåsand, T., Wennevik, W. Glover, K. A. 2015. Do population size and frequency of escaped farmed salmon predict genetic introgression in native Atlantic salmon rivers? Aquaculture Environment Interactions 6: 185-190.  
31. Gonzalez, E. B., Knutsen, H., Jorde, P. E., Glover, K. A., Bergstad, O. A. 2015. Genetic analyses of ling (Molva molva) in the Northeast Atlantic reveal patterns relevant to stock assessments and management advice. ICES J. Mar. Sci. 72: 635-641.
32. Solberg, M. F., Zhang, Z., Glover, K. A. 2015. Are farmed salmon more prone to risk than wild salmon? Susceptibility of juvenile farm, hybrid and wild Atlantic salmon Salmo salar L. to an artificial predator. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 162: 67-80.
33. Skilbrei, O. T., Espedal, P. G., Nilsen, F., Garcia, E. P., Glover, K. A. 2015. Evaluation of emamectin benzoate and substance EX against sea lice in sea-ranched Atlantic salmon smolts. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 113: 187-194. 
34. Taranger, G. L., Karlsen, Ø., Bannister, R. J., Glover, K. A., Husa, V., Karlsbakk, E., Kvamme, B. O., Boxaspen, K. K., Bjørn, P. A., Finstad, B., Madhun, A. S., Morton, C. H., Svåsand, T. 2015. Risk assessment of the environmental impact of Norwegian Atlantic salmon farming. Ices J. Mar. Sci. 72: 997-1021. 
 
Publications 2014
 
35. Solberg, M. F., Fjelldal, P. G. Nilsen, F. Glover, K. A. 2014. Hatching time and alevin growth prior to the onset of exogenous feeding in farmed, wild and hybrid Norwegian Atlantic salmon. PLoS ONE 9(12): e113697. 
36. Besnier, F., Kent, M., Skern-Mauritzen, R., Lien, S., Malde, K., Edvardsen, R. B., Taylor, S., Ljungfeldt, L. E. R., Nilsen, F., Glover, K. A. 2014. Human-induced evolution caught in action: SNP-array reveals rapid amphi-Atlantic spread of pesticide resistance in the salmon ectoparasite Lepeophtheirus salmonis. Bmc Genomics 15:937. 
37. Bicskei, B., Bron, J. E., Glover, K. A., Taggart, J. B. 2014. A comparison of gene transcription profiles of domesticated and wild Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) at early life history stages under controlled conditions. Bmc Genomics, 15:884.   
38. Fleming, M., Hansen, T., Skulstad O. F., Glover, K. A., Morton, C., Vøllestad, L. A., Fjelldal, P. G. 2014. Hybrid salmonids: ploidy effect on skeletal meristic characteristics and sea lice infection susceptibility. J. Appl. Ichthyol. 30: 746-752.  
39. Quintela, M., Skaug, H. J., Øien, N., Haug, T., Seliussen, B. B., Solvang, H. K., Pampoulie, C., Kanda, N., Pastene, L. A., Glover, K. A. 2014. Investigating population genetic strucuture in a highly mobile marine organism: The North Atlantic minke whale Balaenoptera acutorostrate acutorostrata. PloS ONE 9(9): e108640. 
40. Ljungfelt, L. E. R., Espedal, P. G., Nilsen, F., Skern-Mauritzen, M., Glover, K. A. 2014. A common garden experiment to quantify evolutionary processes in copepods: the case of emamectin benzoate resistance in the parasitic sea louse Lepeophtheirus salmonis. Bmc Evolutionary Biology 14:108. 
41. Fjelldal, P. G., Wennevik, V. Fleming, I. A., Hansen, T. J., Glover, K. A. 2014. Triploid (sterile) farmed Atlantic salmon males attempt to spawn with wild females. Aquaculture Enviornment Interactions 5: 155-162.  
42. Quintela, M., Danielsen, E., Svåsand, T., Knutsen, H., Skiftesvik, A. B. Glover, K. A. 2014. Isolation and charaterization of twenty microsatellite loci for the ballan wrasse, Labrus bergylta. Conservation Genetics Resources 6:425–428.   
43. Skern-Mauritzen, R., Torrissen, O. J., Glover, K. A. 2014. Pacific and Atlantic Lepeophtheirus salmonis (Krøyer, 1838) are allopatric subspecies: Lepeophtheirus salmonis salmonis and L. salmonis oncorhynchi subspecies novo. Bmc Genetics 15:32.
44. Fraser, T. W. K., Hansen, T., Mayer, I., Skjæraasen, J. E., Glover, K. A., Sambraus, F., Fjelldal, P. G. 2014. The effect of triploidy on vaccine side-effects in Atlantic salmon. Aquaculture 433: 481-490. 
45. Sambraus, F., Glover, K. A., Hansen, T., Fraser, T. W. K., Solberg, M., Fjelldal, P. G. 2014. Vertebra deformities in wild Atlantic salmon caught in the river Figgjo, southwest Norway. Journal of Icthyology 30: 777-782. 
46. Skaala, Ø., Glover, K. A., Barlaup, B. T., Borgstrøm, R. 2014. Microsatellite DNA used for parentage identification of partly digested Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) juveniles through non-destructive sampling in salmonids. Marine Biology Research, 10: 323-328. 
47. Skaala, Ø., Johnsen, G. H., Lo, H., Borgstrøm, R., Wennevik, V., Hansen, M. M., Merz, J. E., Glover, K. A., Barlaup, B. T. 2014. A conservation plan for Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) and anadromous brown trout (Salmo trutta) in a region with intensive industrial use of aquatic habitats, the Hardangerfjord, western Norway. Marine Biology Research, 10: 308-322. 
 
Publications 2013
 
48. Glover, K. A., Sørvik, A. G. E., Karlsbakk, E., Zhang, Z., Skaala, Ø. 2013. Molecular genetic analysis of stomach contents reveals wild Atlantic cod feeding on piscine reovirus (PRV) infected Atlantic salmon originating from a commercial fish farm. PLoS ONE 8(4): e60924. 
49. Glover, K. A., Kanda, N., Haug, T., Pastene, L., Øien, N., Seliussen, B. B., Sørvik, A. G. E., Skaug, H. J. 2013. Hybrids between common and Antarctic minke whales are fertile and can back-cross. BMC Genetics 14:25. 
50. Glover, K. A., Pertoldi, C., Besnier, F., Wennevik, V., Kent, P., Skaala, Ø. 2013. Atlantic salmon populations invaded by farmed escapees: quantifying genetic introgression with a Bayesian approach and SNPs. BMC Genetics 14:74. 
51. Zhang, Z., Glover, K. A., Wennevik, V., Svåsand, T., Sørvik, A. G. E., Fiske, P., Karlson, S., Skaala, Ø. 2013. Genetic analysis of Atlantic salmon captured in a netting station reveals multiple escapement from commercial fish farms. Fisheries Management and Ecology 20: 42-51.  
52. Skern-Mauritzen, R., Malde, K., Besnier, F., Nilsen, F., Jonassen, I., Reinhardt, R., Koop, B., Mæhle, S., Kongshaug, H., Dalvin, S., Glover, K. A. 2013. Does sample sequence variability affect de novo assembly quality? Journal of Natural History 47: 901-910. 
53. Solberg, M. F., Skaala, Ø., Nilsen, F., Glover K. A. 2013. Does domestication cause changes in growth reaction norms? A study of farmed, wild and hybrid Atlantic salmon families exposed to environmental stress. PLoS ONE 8(1): e54469. 
54. Besnier, F., Glover, K. A. 2013. ParallelStructure: a R package to distribute parallell runs of the population genetics program STRUCTURE on multi-core processors. PLoS ONE 8(7):e70651. 
55. Frenzl, B., Migaud, H., Fjelldal, P. G., Shinn, A., Taylor, J., Richards, R. H., Glover, K. A., Cockerill, D., Bron, J. E. 2013. Comparative susceptibility of triploid and diploid Atlantic salmon to infection with salmon lice Lepeophtheirus salmonis. Pest Management Science early online http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ps.3639/abstract
56. Solberg, M. F., Zhang, Z., Nilsen, F., Glover, K. A. 2013. Growth reaction norms of domesticated, wild and hybrid Atlantic salmon families in response to differing social and physical environments. Bmc Evolutionary Biology 13:234. 
57. Espedal, P. G., Glover, K. A., Horsberg, T. E., Nilsen, F. 2013. Emamectin benzoate resistance and fitness in laboratory reared salmon lice (Lepeophtheirus salmonis). Aquaculture 416-417: 111-118. 
 
Publications 2012
 
58. Glover, K. A., Quintela, María, Wennevik, V., Bensier, F., Sørvik, A. G. E., Skaala, Ø. 2012. Three decades of farmed escapees in the wild: a spatio-temporal analysis of salmon population genetic structure throughout Norway. PLoS ONE 7(8): e43129. 
59. Glover, K. A., Haug, T., Øien, N., Walløe, L., Lindblom, L., Seliussen, B B., Skaug, H. J. 2012. The Norwegian minke whale DNA register. Fish and Fisheries 13: 313-332.
60. Krasnov, A., Skugor, S., Todorcevic, M., Glover, K. A., Nilsen, F. 2012. Gene expression in Atlantic salmon skin in response to infection with the parasitic copepod Lepeophtheirus salmonis, cortisol implant, and their combination. BMC Genomics 13: 130. 
61. Skaala, Ø., Glover, K. A., Barlaup, B. T., Svåsand, T., Besnier, F., Hansen, M. M., Borgstrøm, R. 2012. Performance of farm, hybrid and wild Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) families in a natural river environment. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 69: 1994-2006.   
62. Torrissen, O., Glover, K. A., Haug, T., Misund, O. A., Skaug, H. J., Maiser, M. 2012. Good ethics or political and cultural censoring in science? ICES J. Mar Sci. 69: 493-497. 
63. Solberg, M. F., Kvamme, B. O., Nilsen, F., Glover K. A. 2012. Effects of environmental stress on mRNA expression levels of seven genes related to oxidative stress and growth in Atlantic samlmon Salmo salar L. of farmed, hybrid and wild origin. BMC Research Notes 5: 672.   
 
Publications 2011
 
64. Glover, K. A., Skaala, Ø., Søvik Eide, A.G. 2011. Genetic differentiation among Atlantic salmon reared in sea-cages reveals heterogeneous distribution of genetic material from breeding program to commercial production. Aquaculture Research 42: 1323-1331.
65. Glover, K. A, Skaala, Ø., Limborg, M., Kvamme. C., Torstensen, E. 2011. Microsatellite DNA reveals population genetic differentiation among sprat (Sprattus sprattus) sampled throughout the Northeast Atlantic including Norwegian fjords. ICES J. Mar Sci. 68: 2145-2151. 
66. Glover, K. A., Stølen Å. B., Messmer A., Koop, B. F., Torrissen, O., Nilsen F. 2011. Population genetics of the parasitic copepod Lepeophtheirus salmonis. Marine Ecology Progress Series 427: 161-172. 
67. Glover, K. A., Dahle, G., Jørstad, K. E. 2011. Genetic identification of farmed and wild Atlantic cod, Gadus morhua, in coastal Norway. ICES Journal of Marine Science 68: 901-910. 
68. Karlsson, S, Moen, T., Lien, S., Glover, K. A., Hindar, K. 2011. Diagnostic SNPs for the identification of farmed and wild Atlantic salmon. Molecular Ecology Resources 11(s1) 247-253. 
69. Haaland, Ø A., Glover K. A., Seliussen B. B., Skaug, H. J. 2011. Genotyping errors in a calibrated DNA-register: implications for identification of individuals. BMC Genetics 12: 36.
70. Leclerc, L. M., Lydersen, C., Haug, T., Glover, K. A., Fisk, A. T., Kovacs, K. 2011. Greenland sharks (Somniosus microcephalus) scavenge offal from minke (Balaenoptera acutorostrata) whaling operations in Svalbard (Norway). Polar Research 30: DOI: 10.3402/polar.v30i0.7342
71. Besnier, F., Glover, K. A., Skaala, Ø. 2011. Quantifying genetic change in wild populations: modeling gene flow from farm escapees. Aquaculture Environment Interactions 2: 75-86. 
 
Publications 2010
 
72. Glover, K. A., Kanda, N., Haug, T., Pastene, L., Øien, N., Goto, M., Seliussen, B., Skaug, H. J. 2010. Migration of Antarctic minke whales to the Arctic. PLoS ONE 5(12): e15197. 
73. Glover, K. A. 2010. Forensic identification of farmed escapees: a review of the Norwegian experience. Aquaculture Environment Interactions 1:1-10.  
74. Glover, K. A., Hansen, M. M., Lien, S., Høyheim, B., Skaala, Ø. 2010. A comparison of SNPs and microsatellites for delineating population genetic structure and performing individual genetic assignment. BMC Genetics 11: 2
75. Glover, K.A., Samuelsen, O.B., Skilbrei, O.T., Boxaspen, K., Lunestad, B.T. 2010. Pharmacokinetics of emamectin benzoate with polypropylene as adjuvans administered to Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) by intra-peritoneal injection. Journal of Fish Diseases 33: 183-186. 
76. Glover, K.A., Dahle, G., Westgaard, J.I., Johansen, T., Knutsen, H., Jørstad, K.E. 2010. Genetic diversity within and among strains of farmed Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua): a proof-of-concept study for the identification of escapees. Animal Genetics, 41: 515-522.
77. Grahl-Nielsen, O., Glover, K. A. 2010. Fatty acids in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) scales: A supplementary method for the identification of farmed escapees. Marine Biology 157: 1567-1576.   
78. Dalvin, S., Glover K. A., Eide, A. G. S., Seliussen, B. B., Taggart, J. B. 2010. Identification of degraded Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) and rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) tissues using species specific primers located within the COI gene. BMC Investigative genetics 1: 12. 
 
Publications 2009
 
79. Glover, K. A., Hansen, M. M., Skaala, Ø. 2009. Identifying the source of farmed escaped Atlantic salmon: Bayesian clustering analysis increases accuracy of assignment. Aquaculture 290: 37-46. 
80. Glover, K. A., Otterå, H., Olsen, R. E., Slinde, E., Taranger, G. L. Skaala, Ø. 2009. A comparison of farmed, wild and hybrid Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) reared under semi-commercial conditions. Aquaculture 286: 203-210.  
81. Gharbi, K., Glover, K. A., Stone, L. C., MacDonald, E. S., Matthews, L., Danzmann, R. G., Grimholt, U, Stear, M. J. 2009. Genetic dissection of MHC-associated susceptibility to Lepeophtheirus salmonis in Atlantic salmon. BMC Genetics 10: 20.  
82. Fjelldal, P.G., Glover, K.A., Skaala, Ø., Imsland, A., Hansen, T.J. 2009. Vertebral body mineralization and deformities in cultured Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.): Effects of genetics and off-season smolt production. Aquaculture 296: 36-44. 
83. Hamre, L. A., Glover K. A., Nilsen, F. 2009. Establishment and characterization of salmon louse (Lepeophtheirus salmonis) laboratory strains. Parasitology International 58: 451-460.   
 
Publications 2008
 
84. Glover, K. A., Skilbrei, O, T., Skaala, Ø. 2008. Genetic assignment identifies farm of origin for a group of farmed escaped salmon in a Norwegian fjord. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 65, 921-920.
85. Glover, K. A. 2008. Characterisation of farmed rainbow trout in Norway: intra- and inter-strain variation reveals potential for genetic assignment of escapees. BMC Genetics 9: 87.
86. Skilbrei, O. T., Glover, K. A., Samuelsen, O. Lunestad, A. 2008. A laboratory study to evaluate the use of emamectin benzoate in the control of sea lice in sea-ranched Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.). Aquaculture 285, 2-7.
87. Skugor, S., Glover, K. A., Nilsen, F., Krasnov, A. 2008. Local and systemic gene expression responses of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) to infection with the salmon louse (Lepeophtheirus salmonis). BMC Genomics 2008, 9:498. 
 
Publications 2007
 
88. Glover, K. A., Grimholt, U., Bakke, H. G., Nilsen, F., Storset, A., Skaala, Ø. 2007. MHC variation and susceptibility to the sea louse Lepeophtheirus salmonis (Krøyer) in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.). Diseases of Aquatic Organisms, 76, 57-65.   
 
Publications 2006
 
89. Glover, K. A., Bergh, Ø., Rudra, H., Skaala, Ø. 2006. Juvenile growth and susceptibility to Aeromonas salmonicida subsp. salmonicida in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) of farmed, hybrid, and wild parentage. Aquaculture 254: 72-81. 
90. Glover, K. A., Skår, C., Christie, K. E., Glette, J., Rudra, H., Skaala, Ø. 2006. Susceptibility to Infectious Salmon Anemia (ISA) in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) of farm, hybrid and wild parentage. Aquaculture 254: 82-91. 
91. Glover, K. A., Skaala, Ø. 2006. Temporal stability of sea louse Lepeophtheirus salmonis Kroyer populations on Atlantic salmon Salmo salar L. of wild, farm and hybrid parentage. Journal of Fish Biology, 68: 1795-1807. 
92. Tjensvoll, K., Glover, K. A., Nylund, A. A. 2006. A study of single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) in four mitochondrial genes of the salmon louse, Lepeophtheirus salmonis. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 68: 251-259.
93. Skaala, Ø., Wennevik, V., Glover, K. A. 2006. Evidence of temporal genetic change in wild Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) populations affected by farmed escapees. ICES Journal of Marine Science 63: 1224-1233. 
 
Publications 2005
 
94. Glover, K. A., Aasmundstad, T., Nilsen, F., Storset, A., Skaala, Ø. 2005. Variation of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) in susceptibility to the sea lice Lepeophtheirus salmonis and Caligus elongatus. Aquaculture 245: 19-30.
 
Publications 2004
 
95. Glover, K. A., Taggart, J. B., Skaala, Ø., Teale A. J. 2004. A study of domestication selection during start-feeding of brown trout families. Journal of Fish Biology 64: 1168-1178.   
96. Glover, K. A., Hamre, L. A., Skaala, Ø., Nilsen, F. 2004. A comparison of sea louse (Lepeophtheirus salmonis) infection levels in farmed and wild Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) stocks. Aquaculture 232: 41-52. 
97. Glover, K. A., Nilsen, F., Skaala, Ø. 2004. Is inter-individual variation in salmon lice (Lepeophtheirus salmonis) infection random? Aquaculture 241; 701-709.
98. Skaala, Ø., Høyheim, B., Glover, K. A., Dahle, G. 2004. Microsatellite analysis in domesticated and wild Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L): allelic diversity and identification of individuals. Aquaculture 240: 131-143.
 
Publications 2001-2003
 
99. Glover, K. A., Skilbrei, O., Skaala, Ø. 2003. Stock specific growth and length frequency bimodality in brown trout (Salmo trutta L.). Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 132: 307-315.  
100. Glover, K. A., Skaala, Ø., Nilsen, F., Olsen, R., Teale, A. J., Taggart, J. B. 2003. Differing susceptibility to salmon lice infection in Atlantic salmon and anadromous brown trout populations. ICES Journal of Marine Science 60: 1-10.
101. Glover, K. A., Nilsen, F., Skaala, Ø., Taggart, J. B., Teale, A. J. 2001. Differences in susceptibility to sea lice infection between a sea run and a freshwater resident population of brown trout. Journal of Fish Biology 59: 1512-1519.  
102. Glover, K. A., Taggart, J. B., Skaala, Ø., Teale, A. J. 2001. Comparative performance of juvenile sea trout families in high and low feeding environments. Journal of Fish Biology 59: 105-115.