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Leif Nøttestad

Leif Nøttestad

Phone: 992 27 025
Visiting address: Institute of Marine Research, Nordnesgaten 33, 2nd floor, 5817 Bergen, Norway.

Works with

Ecosystem processes with special focus on pelagic fish such as herring and mackerel

International cruise coordinator on ecosystem surveys in the Norwegian Sea

Schooling behaviour and complex systems

Responsible scientist at the Institute of Marine Research for northeast Atlantic mackerel, horse mackerel and Atlantic bluefin tuna

Behaviour, distribution, migration and ecology on sentral pelagic fish populations

Behaviour and ecology on whales and dolphins

Sonar and echosounder studies on predator-prey interactions in marine ecosystems

Popularization and outreach of marine science

Teaching and supervising at the University of Bergen

 

 

Curriculum Vitae

Leif Nøttestad

 

Adress private: Solåsen 20, 5310 Hauglandshella
Adress work: Institute of Marine Research, Research Group Ecosystem Processes, P.O. Box 1870 Nordnes, N-5817 Bergen, Norway.
D.O.B: 13.11.1967
Nationality: Norwegian
Telephone work: +47 55 23 68 09
Fax: +47 55 23 86 87
Mobile: +47 99 22 70 25
E-mail: leif.nottestad@imr.no

ACADEMIC TITLE Principal scientist and Professor II

EDUCATION

1987-1989: Engineer in Aquaculture and Environmental engineering, University of Stavanger (UoS), Norway

1989-1990 1 year military duty at the Coastal Artillery Division in Troms, northern Norway

1990-1991: Cand.mag in Biology at the University of Bergen, Norway.

1991-1994: Cand.scient in Fisheries Biology, October 1994, Department of Fisheries and Marine Biology, University of Bergen, Norway.

1995-1999: Dr. scient in Marine Systems Ecology, March 1999, Department of Fisheries and Marine Biology, University of Bergen, Norway.

FORMER PROFESSIONS

1990 Engineer at Rogaland Research Centre (Rogalandsforskning)
1998-1999 1108 Scientist at the Institute of Marine Research, Bergen, Norway
1999-2004 1109 Scientist at the Institute of Marine Research, Bergen, Norway
2004-2008 1110 Senior Scientist at the Institute of Marine Research in Bergen, Norway


PRESENT POSITION
2008 -> 1183 Principal Scientist at the Institute of Marine Research in Bergen, Norway.

2016-> Professor II, Institute of Biology, University of Bergen, Norway


PUBLICATION LIST

Dr. scient thesis

Nøttestad, L. 1999. Spatial aspects of life cycle adaptation and survival in adult herring. University of Bergen, Norway.


Publications with international reviewing process:

Nøttestad, L., M. Aksland, A.K. Beltestad, A. Fernö, A. Johannessen, and O.A. Misund 1996. Schooling dynamics of Norwegian spring-spawning herring (Clupea harengus L.) in a coastal spawning area. Sarsia 80:277-284.

Vabø, R., and L. Nøttestad 1997. Individual based model of fish schooling reactions: Prediction of antipredator behaviour as observed in nature. Fisheries Oceanography 6:3, 155-171.

Nøttestad, L. 1998. Extensive gas bubble release in Norwegian spring spawning herring (Clupea harengus L.) during predator avoidance. ICES Journal of Marine Science 55:1133-1140.

Mackinson, S., and L. Nøttestad 1998. Combining local and scientific knowledge. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 8:481-490.

Fernö, A., T. J. Pitcher, V. Melle, L. Nøttestad, S. Mackinson, C. Hollingworth and O.A. Misund 1998. The challenge of the herring: Making optimal collective spatial decisions. Sarsia 83:149-167.

Pitcher, T., S. Mackinson, M. Vasconcellos, L. Nøttestad, and D. Preikshot 1998. Rapid appraisal of the status of fisheries for small pelagics using multivariate, multidisciplinary ordination. Fishery Stock Assessment Models. Lowell Wakefield Fisheries Symposium. University of Alaska Sea Grant College Program. Report No. 98-01, pp. 759-782.

Nøttestad, L., and B.E. Axelsen 1999. Herring schooling manoeuvres in response to killer whale attacks. Canadian Journal of Zoology 77:1540-1546.

Nøttestad, L., J. Giske, J.C. Holst, and G. Huse 1999. A length-based hypothesis to explain feeding migrations in pelagic fish. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 56 (Supplement I):26-34.

Mackinson, S., L. Nøttestad, S. Guénette, T. Pitcher, O.A. Misund and A. Fernö. 1999. Cross-scale observations on distribution and behavioural dynamics of ocean feeding Norwegian spring-spawning herring (Clupea harengus L.) ICES Journal of Marine Science 56:613-626.

Axelsen, B.E., Nøttestad, L., Fernö A., Johannessen A., and Misund O.A. 2000. ”Await” in the pelagic: dynamic trade-off between reproduction and survival within a herring school splitting vertically during spawning. Marine Ecology Progress Series 205:259-269.

Nøttestad, L., and Similä, T. 2001. Killer whales attacking schooling fish: Why force herring from deep water to the surface? Marine Mammal Science 17:343-352.

Axelsen, B.E., Ancher-Nilsen, T., Fossum, P., Kvamme, C., and Nøttestad, L. 2001. Pretty patterns but a simple strategy: predator-prey interactions between juvenile herring and Atlantic puffins observed with multibeam sonar. Canadian Journal of Zoology 79:1586-1596.

Dommasnes, A., V. Christensen, B. Ellertsen, C. Kvamme, W. Melle, L. Nøttestad, T. Pedersen, S. Tjelmeland and D. Zeller. An Ecopath Model for the Norwegian Sea and Barents Sea. p. 213-241.

Husebø, Å, L. Nøttestad, J.H. Fosså, D. M. Furevik, and S.B. Jørgensen 2002. Distribution and abundance of fish in deep-sea coral habitats. Hydrobiologia 471:91-99.

Nøttestad, L., Fernö, A., Pitcher, T., Mackinson, S., and Misund, O.A. 2002. How whales influence herring school dynamics in the cold front area in the Norwegian Sea? ICES Journal of Marine Science 59:393-400.

Nøttestad, L., A. Fernö, and B.E. Axelsen 2002. Digging in the deep: killer whales’ advanced hunting tactic. Polar Biology 25:939-941.

Skaret, G., Axelsen, B.E., Nøttestad, L. and Fernö, A., and 2002. Herring as cannibals. Journal of Fish Biology 61:1050-1052.

Kvamme, C., Nøttestad, L., Fernö, A., Misund, O.A., Dommasnes, A., and Axelsen, B.E. 2003. Migration patterns in Norwegian spring-spawning herring: why young herring migrate away from the wintering area in late summer. Marine Ecology Progress Series 247:197-210.

Skaret, G., Nøttestad, L., Fernö, A., Johannessen, A., and Axelsen. B.E. 2003. Spawning of herring: day or night, today or tomorrow? Aquatic Living Resources 16:299-306.

Nøttestad, L., A. Fernö, R. Vabø, and O.A. Misund 2004. Chapter 8. Understanding herring behaviour: Linking individual decisions, school patterns and population distribution. In: The Norwegian Sea Ecosystem (Eds. H.R. Skjoldal, R. Sætre, A. Fernö, O.A. Misund and I. Røttingen). Pp. 183-206.

Nøttestad, L., and E. Olsen 2004. Chapter 15. Whales and Seals: Top Predators in the Ecosystem. In: The Norwegian Sea Ecosystem (Eds. H.R. Skjoldal, R. Sætre, A. Fernö, O.A. Misund and I. Røttingen). Pp. 349-388.

Humborstad, O.B., L. Nøttestad, S. Løkkeborg, and H.T. Rapp 2004. RoxAnn bottom classification system, sidescan sonar and video-sledge: spatial resolution and their use in assessing trawling impacts. ICES Journal of Marine 61:53-63.

Skaret, G., B.E. Axelsen, L. Nøttestad, A. Fernö, and A. Johannessen 2005. The behaviour of spawning herring in relation to a survey vessel. ICES Journal of Marine Science 62:1061-1064.

Cort, J.L., and Nøttestad, L. 2006. Fisheries of bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus) spawners in the Northeast Atlantic. ICCAT SCRS/2006/13. 24 pp.

Nøttestad, L. O.A. Misund, W. Melle, B.K.H. Ulvestad, and K.A. Orvik. 2007. Herring at the Arctic front: Influence of temperature and prey on their spatio-temporal distribution and migration. Marine Ecology 28(Suppl. 1), 123-133.

Moreno, G., E. Josse, P. Brehmer and L. Nøttestad 2007. Echotrace classification and spatial distribution of pelagic fish aggregations around drifting fish aggregating devices (DFAD). Aquatic Living Resources 20(4): 343-356.

Nøttestad, L. 2007. Top Predators in Marine Ecosystems. Their Role in Monitoring and Management. Fish and Fisheries 8(4), 367-368.

Dagorn, L. K. Holland, J. Dalen, P. Brault, C. Vrignaud, E. Josse, G. Moreno, P. Brehmer, L. Nøttestad, S. Georgakarakos, V. Trigonis, M. Taquet, R. Aumeeruddy, C. Girard, D. Itano and G. Sancho 2007. New instruments to observe pelagic fish around FADs: satellite-linked acoustic receivers and buoys with sonar and cameras. In: Lyle J.M., Furlani D.M., Buxton C.D. (Eds), Cutting-edge technologies in fish and fisheries science. Australian Society for Fish Biology Workshop Proceedings, Hobart, Tasmania, August 2006, Australian Society for Fish Biology p. 38-40.

Harris, M.P., D. Beare, R. Toresen, L. Nøttestad, M. Kloppmann, H. Dörner, K. Peach, D.R.A. Rushton, J. Foster-Smith, S. Wanless 2007. A major increase in snake pipefish (Entelurus aequoreus) in northern European seas since 2003: potential implications for seabird breeding success. Marine Biology 151:973-983.

Doksæter, L., Olsen, E. Nøttestad, L. Fernö, A. 2008. Distribution and feeding ecology og dolphins along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge between Iceland and the Azores. Deep-Sea Research II 55:243-253.


Skov., H., Gunnlaugsson, T., Budgell, W.P., Horne, J., Nøttestad, L., Olsen, E., Søiland, H., Vikingsson, G., Waring, G. 2008. Small-scale spatial variability of sperm and sei whales in relation to oceanographic and topographic features along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Deep-Sea Research II 254-268.

Knudsen, F.R., O.B. Gammersæter, P.H. Kvadsheim, L. Nøttestad 2008. Marine Scientist. No. 22: 26-29.

Langård, L., J.T. Øvredal, A. Johannessen, L. Nøttestad, G. Skaret, A. Fernö and M. Wahlberg 2008. Sound production in pre-spawning herring, cod and haddock in a natural enclosed ecosystem. Bioacoustics (in press).

Waring, G., Nøttestad, L., Olsen, E., Skov, H. 2008. Distribution and density estimates of cetaceans along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge during summer 2004. Journal of Cetacean Research and Management (in press).

Knudsen, F.R., O.B. Gammelsæter, P.H. Kvadsheim and L. Nøttestad 2008. Evaluation of Fisheries Sonar for Whale Detection in Relation to Seismic Survey Operations. Bioacoustics 17(1-3): 327-328
Grahl-Nielsen O., J.O. Krakstad, L. Nøttestad and B.E. Axelsen 2010. Dusky dolphins Lagenorhynchus obscurus and Cape fur seals Arctocephalus pusillus pusillus: fatty acid composition of their blubber and prey species. African Journal of Marine Science 32(2): 187-196.

Olsen, E, P. Budgell, E. Head, L. Kleivane, L. Nøttestad, R. Prieto, M.A. Silva, H. Skov, G.A. Víkingsson, G. Waring, N. Øien 2009.First Satellite-tracked long distance movement of a sei whale (Balaenoptera borealis) in the North Atlantic 2009. Aquatic Mammals 35(3): 313-318.

Waring, G., L. Nøttestad, E. Olsen, H. Skov and G. Vikingsson 2009. Distribution and density estimates of cetaceans along the mid-Atlantic Ridge during summer 2004. Journal of Cetacean Research and Management 10:137-146.

Moreno, G., E. Josse, P. Brehmer and L. Nøttestad 2008. Echotrace classification and spatial distribution of pelagic fish aggregations around drifting fish aggregating devices (DFAD). Aquatic Living Resources 20(4): 343-356.

Doksæter, L., Godø, O.R., Olsen, E., Nøttestad, L., Patel, R. 2009. Using a bottom mounted echosounder as a tool for observations and ecological studies of marine mammals – a methodolical approach. ICES Journal of Marine Science 66(6): 1029-1036.

Skov, H., Gunnlaugsson, T., Horne, J., Nøttestad, L., Olsen, E., Søiland, H., Vikingsson, G., Waring, G. 2008. Small-scale variability of cetaceans associated with oceanographic and topographic features along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, Deep-Sea Research II: 254-268.


Johannessen, A., L. Nøttestad, A. Fernö, L. Langård and G. Skaret 2009. Two components of Northeast Atlantic herring within the same school during spawning: support for the existence of a metapopulation? ICES Journal of Marine Science 66:1740-1748.

Langård, L. Øvredal, J. T. Johannessen, A. Nøttestad, L. Skaret, G. Fernø, A and Wahlberg, M. 2008. Sound production in pre-spawning herring, cod and haddock in a naturally enclosed ecosystem. Bioacoustics 17: 38-40.

Bernasconi, M, R. Patel, L. Nøttestad, A. Brierley. In situ measurements of fin whale (Balaenoptera physalus) target strength. Journal of the Acoustic Society of America (accepted for publication).

Bernasconi, M., L. Nøttestad, J.O. Krakstad, B.E. Axelsen 2010. Dusky dolphins (Lagenorhyncus obscurus) hunting Cape horse mackerel (Trachurus trachurus capensis) in the northern Benguela: acoustic observations of predator-prey interactions. Marine Ecology Progress Series (in press).

 

My 15 highest ranked publications:

1) Nøttestad, L., J. Giske, J.C. Holst, and G. Huse 1999. A length-based hypothesis to explain feeding migrations in pelagic fish. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 56 (Supplement I):26-34.
2) Nøttestad, L., M. Aksland, A.K. Beltestad, A. Fernö, A. Johannessen, and O.A. Misund 1996. Schooling dynamics of Norwegian spring-spawning herring (Clupea harengus L.) in a coastal spawning area. Sarsia 80:277-284.
3) Nøttestad, L. 1998. Extensive gas bubble release in Norwegian spring spawning herring (Clupea harengus L.) during predator avoidance. ICES Journal of Marine Science 55:1133-1140.
4) Nøttestad, L., and B.E. Axelsen 1999. Herring schooling manoeuvres in response to killer whale attacks. Canadian Journal of Zoology 77:1540-1546.
5) Nøttestad, L., and Similä, T. 2001. Killer whales attacking schooling fish: Why force herring from deep water to the surface? Marine Mammal Science 17:343-352.
6) Nøttestad, L., Fernö, A., Pitcher, T., Mackinson, S., and Misund, O.A. 2002. How whales influence herring school dynamics in the cold front area in the Norwegian Sea? ICES Journal of Marine Science 59:393-400.
7) Nøttestad, L., A. Fernö, and B.E. Axelsen 2002. Digging in the deep: killer whales’ advanced hunting tactic. Polar Biology 25:939-941.
8) Nøttestad, L., A. Fernö, R. Vabø, and O.A. Misund 2004. Chapter 8. Understanding herring behaviour: Linking individual decisions, school patterns and population distribution. In: The Norwegian Sea Ecosystem (Eds. H.R. Skjoldal, R. Sætre, A. Fernö, O.A. Misund and I. Røttingen). Pp. 183-206.
9) Nøttestad, L., and E. Olsen 2004. Chapter 15. Whales and Seals: Top Predators in the Ecosystem. In: The Norwegian Sea Ecosystem (Eds. H.R. Skjoldal, R. Sætre, A. Fernö, O.A. Misund and I. Røttingen). Pp. 349-388.
10) Nøttestad, L. O.A. Misund, W. Melle, B.K.H. Ulvestad, and K.A. Orvik. 2007. Herring at the Arctic front: Influence of temperature and prey on their spatio-temporal distribution and migration. Marine Ecology 28(Suppl. 1), 123-133.
11) Vabø, R., and L. Nøttestad 1997. Individual based model of fish schooling reactions: Prediction of antipredator behaviour as observed in nature. Fisheries Oceanography 6:3, 155-171.
12) Husebø, Å, L. Nøttestad, J.H. Fosså, D. M. Furevik, and S.B. Jørgensen 2002. Distribution and abundance of fish in deep-sea coral habitats. Hydrobiologia 471:91-99.
13) Humborstad, O.B., L. Nøttestad, S. Løkkeborg, and H.T. Rapp 2004. RoxAnn bottom classification system, sidescan sonar and video-sledge: spatial resolution and their use in assessing trawling impacts. ICES Journal of Marine 61:53-63.
14) Doksæter, L., Olsen, E. Nøttestad, L. Fernö, A. 2008. Distribution and feeding ecology og dolphins along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge between Iceland and the Azores. Deep-Sea Research II 55:243-253.
15) Axelsen, B.E., Ancher-Nilsen, T., Fossum, P., Kvamme, C., and Nøttestad, L. 2001. Pretty patterns but a simple strategy: predator-prey interactions between juvenile herring and Atlantic puffins observed with multibeam sonar. Canadian Journal of Zoology 79:1586-1596.

National management and conservation responsibilities

Norwegian scientific representative for at the International Committee for the Exploration of Sea (ICES) and at the Northeast Atlantic Fisheries Commission (NEAFC) the North East Atlantic (NEA) mackerel (Scomber scombrus) since 2006. www.ices.dk

Norwegian scientific representative for Atlantic bluefin tuna (Thunnes thynnes) at the Standing Committee on Research and Statistics (SCRS) and the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT) since 2004. www.iccat.org


Project leader and committee member in national and international projects:

Project leader “Fish concentrations along oil and gas pipelines in the North Sea” 1998

Project leader “Herring row on kelp: Kazunoko kombu” Pilot project and commercialisation of Kazunoko kombu on the Japanese marked, 1998-2000.

Project leader “Environmental effects of fishing” EU and NRC project 2002-2003.

Project leader “Top Predators - Marine Mammals and Seabirds associated with the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, 2003-2010 www.mar-eco.no

Project leader Work Package 8 in the European Union (EU) Research Project “Fish Aggregating Devices as Instrumented Observatories of Pelagic Ecosystems” (FADIO), 2004-2007 www.fadio.fr

Project leader “New approaches in the understanding of schooling fish: combining individual based models with direct observations”. Norwegian Research Council (NRC) project, 2004-2007.

Project leader “Ecological studies in Lindåspollene, southwestern Norway: MARE MINIMUM” since 2005. Collaborative project between the Institute of Marine Research (IMR) and University of Bergen (UoB), Norway.

Project leader, coordinator and cruise leader at IMR on ecosystem surveys in the Norwegian Sea in summer (July-August) with two large combined purse seiners / pelagic trawlers, 2004-2008.

Project leader on the theme “Ocean” and member of the executive committee at the new large and popular Science Centre VILVITE 2006-2007. www.vilvite.no

Executive Committee Member of the European Tracking of Predators in the Atlantic (EUTOPIA) since 2006 www.eurocoml.org

Member of Marine Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning (MARBEF), EU Network of Excellence. 2006-2008 www.marbef.org.

Scientific member of the National Seabird Programme (SEAPOP) since 2006. www.seapop.no


ICES articles

Fernö, A., T. J. Pitcher, V. Melle, L. Nøttestad, S. Mackinson, C. Hollingworth and O.A. Misund. 1996. The challenge of the herring: Making optimal collective spatial decisions. ICES C.M. 1996/H15, 37 pp.

Misund, O.A., A. Fernö, S. Guenette, S. Mackinson, W. Melle, L. Nøttestad, and A. Slotte. 1997. Migration behaviour of herring along the cold front in the Norwgian Sea in April 1997. ICES C.M. 1997/EE:12.

Nøttestad, L. 1998. Extensive gas bubble release in Norwegian spring spawning herring (Clupea harengus L.) during predator avoidance. ICES C.M. 1998/J:20, 15 p.
Nøttestad, L, O.A. Misund, Ohrvik, and B. Hoddevik. 1999. Influence of sea temperature on herring distribution and migrations in the Norwegian Sea in April 1997. ICES C.M/M:03 4-D- Sampling of the Oceans at Micro- to Mesoscale. 21 p+ figs.
Mackinson, S., L. Nøttestad, S. Guènette, T. Pitcher, O.A. Misund and A. Fernö. 1998. Distribution and behavioural dynamics of Norwegian spring spawning herring during ocean feeding phase; studying across spatio-temporal scales. ICES C.M 1998/J:11, 30 p.

Axelsen, B.E., L. Nøttestad, A. Fernö, A, Johannessen and O.A.Misund 1998. Await in the pelagic: Herring compromising reproduction and survival within a vertically split school. ICES C.M. 1998/J:19:21 pp.
Husebø, Å, L. Nøttestad, D. M. Furevik, J.H. Fosså og S.B. Jørgensen 2000. Distribution and concentration of fish in areas with deep sea corals” av Proceedings of the Nova Scotian Institute of Science (in press).

Kvamme, C., Nøttestad, L., Fernö, A., Misund, O.A., Dommasnes, A. and Axelsen, B.E. 2000. A sonar study of the migration pattern of Norwegian spring-spawning herring (Clupea harengus L.) in July. ICES CM 2000/K:14. 24 pp.

Dommasnes, A., Christensen, V., Ellertsen B., Kvamme, C., Melle, W., Nøttestad, L., Pedersen T., Tjelmeland, S., and Zeller, D. 2000. An Ecopath Model for the Norwegian Sea and Barents Sea. Project report at IMR.

Skaret, G., Nøttestad, L., Fernö, A., Johannessen A., and Axelsen B.E. 2001. Impact of herring spawning behaviour on acoustic estimates. ICES CM 2001/Theme session: Q.

Nøttestad, L. 2002. Killer whales herding herring to shallow water by taking advantage of the bottom topography. ICES CM 2002/Theme session: N.

Langård, L., L. Nøttestad, A. Johannessen, A. Fernö, J.T. Øvredal, R. Vabø, G. Skaret and G. Nilsson. 2006. How and why acoustic detectability and cathcability of herring change with individual motivation and state in a variable environment: a mutli-scale field approach. ICES CM 2006/Theme Session O. 17 pp.


Public Outreach and popularization of scientific results

Television: CBS, ABC, Animal Planet, Discovery Channel (USA), BBC (UK), TV5 (France), TVE (Spain), RTP-(Portugal), NRK1 (Ut i Naturen, Schrödingers Katt, Først og Sist, Dagsrevyen), NRK2, TV2, TV-NORGE, TV-Hordaland, BTV (Norway).

Radio: Deutche Rundfunk, NRK P1 (Dagsnytt, Naturens Verden, Norgesglasset), NRK P2 (Verdt å Vite), NRK P3, NRK P4, Kanal 24, Kystradioen, NRK Hordaland, Rogaland, Nordland, Troms.

Newspapers: Gøteborgsposten, Svenska Dagbladet (Sweden), Helsingborg Tidende (Finland), Sonntagszeitung (Switzerland), Dagbladet, VG, Dagens Næringsliv, Aftenposten, Bergens Tidende, Bergens Arbeiderblad, Stavanger Aftenblad, Adresseavisen, Nordlys, Avisa Nordland, Fiskaren, Fiskeribladet, Bladet Vesterålen, Sunnmørsposten, Lofotposten, Firda, Strilen.

Magazines: New Scientist, Australia Nature Magazine, GEO Nature, ICES Newsletter, Fiskerimagasinet, Fiskets Gang, Sonaren, Naturen, Vi Menn, Bladet Dykking, Kystmagasinet.

International TV documentaries

“The Struggle for Life” 1999. Scientific responsible on the nature documentary based on part of my PhD on herring and killer whale interactions in Lofoten island, Northern Norway. Aired repeatedly on French TV 5, Animal Planet and Discovery Channel to about 60 countries.

International Reviewer:
I have been reviewing 35 international scientific articles and books in the following journals:
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
ICES Journal of Marine Science
Aquatic Living Resources
Fisheries Oceanography
Fisheries Research
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries
Sea Around Us Project
Marine Technological Society
Proceedings of the Royal Society: Biological Sciences
Fish and Fisheries
Marine Ecology Progress Series


Oral Presentations
More than 40 presentations at international symposium. A total of 3 keynote presentations

Poster presentations
More than 25 poster presentations at international symposium

Scientific superviser

Superviser for 10 master students and 5 PhD students, 2002-2010.

Opponent

First opponent on national and international master thesis evaluations.

Teaching

Teaching Master and PhD students in marine ecology, fish schooling and acoustics at University of Bergen since 2000.