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Frode Vikebø

Telefon: 938 72 238
Besøksadresse: Havforskningsinstituttet Postboks 1870 Nordnes 5817 Bergen Tlf.: 55 23 85 00 Faks: 55 23 85 31

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My main professional interests are; i) general ocean circulation models and the simulation of past, present, and future climate; ii) individual-based models of growth, survival, and dispersion of early life stages of fish, and the coupling with regional ocean models; iii) physical processes affecting coastal circulation and cross-shelf transport.

Curriculum Vitae

Name: Frode Bendiksen Vikebø

Born: 310375

Nationality: Norwegian

Present position: Senior Scientist

Academic degrees: Dr. Scient, oceanography, University of Bergen, Norway, 2005

Work experience:
Jan. 07: Scientist at the Institute of Marine Research.
May. 05-Des. 06: Post. doc. at the department of Biology, University of Bergen.
Nov. 01-May.05: Phd. student at the department of Geophysics, University of Bergen and Institute of Marine Research.
Apr. 01-Nov. 01: Scientist at the department of Mathematics, University of Bergen.
Aug. 00-Apr. 01: Scientist at the department of Geophysics, University of Bergen.

Field of interest:
My main professional interests are; i) general ocean circulation models and the simulation of past, present, and future climate; ii) individual-based models of growth, survival, and dispersion of early life stages of fish, and the coupling with regional ocean models; iii) physical processes affecting coastal circulation and cross-shelf transport.

Membership, review work, outreach etc:
Reviewer for Progress in Oceanography, ICES Journal of Marine Science, Fish Biology etc. Group leader for research group 5 'Future climate and regional effects' at the Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research.

Peer review publications:

48. Carroll J, Vikebø FB, Howell D, Broch OJ, Nepstad R, Augustine S, Skeie GM, Bast R, Juselius J (To be submitted) Resiliency of a healthy fish stock to recruitment losses from oil spills.

47. Vikebø FB, Broch OJ et al. (To be submitted) Predator-prey interactions on the Norwegian Continental shelf – starvation mortality in Northeast Arctic cod larvae.

46. Strand KO, Sundby S, Albretsen J and Vikebø FB (Submitted to Frontiers in Marine Science) The northeast Greenland shelf as a potential habitat for the Northeast Arctic cod.

45. Langangen Ø, Hjermann D, Olsen, E, Stige C, Ohlberger J, Yaragina NA, Vikebø FB, Bogstad B and Stenseth NC (2017) Implications of spatial variation in natural mortality: the effects of oil spills on marine fish. Marine Pollution Bulletin.

44. Lien V, Schlichtholz P, Skagseth Ø and Vikebø FB (2017) Wind-driven Atlantic water flow as a direct mode for reduced Barents Sea ice cover. Journal of Climate. Doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/JCLI-D-16-0025.1

43. Sandvik H, Barrett RT, Erikstad KE, Myksvoll MS, Vikebø FB, Anker-Nilssen T, Lorentsen SH, Reiertsen TK, Skardhamar J, Skern_mauritzen M, Systad GH (2016) Drift patterns of fish larvae link coastal morphology to seabird colony distribution. Nature Communication 7 doi 10.1038/ncomms11599.

42. Langangen Ø, Ottersen G, Lorenzo C, Vikebø FB, Stige LC (2016) Reproductive strategy of a migratory fish stock (Barents Sea cod, Gadus morhua L): Implications of spatial variations in natural mortality. JCFAS. 2015-0321.R1

41. Opdal A, Vikebø FB (2015) Long-term stability in modeled zooplankton influx could uphold major fish spawning grounds on the Norwegian continental shelf. JCFAS. 10.1139/cjfas-2014-0524

40. Vikebø FB, Rønningen P, Meier S, Grøsvik GE, Lien V (2015) Dispersants have limited effects on exposure rates o foil spills on fish eggs and larvae in shelf seas. Environmental Science and Technology. Doi: 10.1021/acs.est.5b00016

39. Stige LC, Langangen Ø, Yaragina NA, Vikebø FB, Bogstad B, Ottersen G, Stenseth NC, Hjermann DØ (2015) Combined statistical and mechanistc modelling suggests food and temperature effects on survival of early life stages of Northeast Arctic cod (Gadus morhua). Progress in Oceanography pp. 138-151 DOI information: 10.1016/j.pocean.2015.01.009

38. Barrett R, Erikstad K, Sandvik H, Myksvoll M, Jenni-Eiermann S, Kristensen D, Moum T, Reiertsen T and Vikebø F (2015) The stress hormone corticosterone reflects within-seasonal match-mismatch between food abundance and cost of breeding in a marine top-predator. Ecology and Evolution 02/2015; DOI: 10.1002/ece3.1438

37. Rohrs J, Christensen K, Vikebø FB, Sundby S, Sætra Ø and Bostrom G (2014) Wave induced transport and vertical mixing of pelagic eggs and larvae. Limnology and oceanography.

36. Lien V, Gusdal Y and Vikebø FB (2014) Hydrographic anomalies in the Nordic Seas: Manifestations and implications. Ocean Modelling.

35. Ottersen G, Bogstad B, Yaragina N, Stige LC, Vikebø FB, Padmini D (2014) A review of early life history dynamics of Barents Sea cod (Gadus morhua). ICES JMS 71 (8): 2064-2087. DOI 10.1093/icesjms/fsu037

34. Langangen Ø, Stige LC, Yaragina NA, Ottersen G, Vikebø FB and Stenseth NC (2014) Spatial variations in mortality in pelagic early life stages of a marine fish (Gadus morhua). Progress in oceanography 127: 96-107. DOI 10.1016/j.pocean.2014.06.003

33. Hauge KH, Blanchard A, Andersen G, Boland R, Grøsvik BE, Howell D, Meier S, Olsen E and Vikebø F (2014) Inadequate risk assessments - a study on worst-case scenarios related to petroleum exploitation ni the Lofoten area. Marine Policy 44: 82-89. DOI 10.1016/j.marpol.2013.07.008

32. Blanchard A, Hauge KH, Andersen G, Fosså JH, Grøsvik BE, Handegard NO, Kaiser M, Meier S, Olsen E and Vikebø F (2014) Risky routines? Uncertainty in science and conflicting views on routine petroleum operations in Norway. Marine Policy. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2013.07.001

31. Kristiansen T, Vollset KW, Sundby S and Vikebø FB (2014). Behavior determines vertical distribution of first feeding larval cod. ICES JMS 71 (9): 2515-2529. DOI 10.1093/icesjms/fsu051

30. Castano PR, Vikebø FB, Sundby S (2014) A model approach to identify the spawning grounds and describing the early life history of North-East Arctic haddock (Melanogrammus aeglefinus). ICES JMS 71 (9): 2505-2514. Doi: 10.1093/icesjms/fsu078

29. Vikebø FB, Rønningen P, Lien V, Meier S, Reed M, Ådlandsvik B, (2014) Spatiotemporal overlap of oil spill and early life stages of fish. ICES JMS. 10.1093/icesjms/fst131

28. Langangen Ø., Stige LC, Yaragina N, Vikebø FB, Bogstad B and Gusdal Y (2014) Egg mortality of Northeast Arctic cod (Gadhus morhua) and haddock (Melangogrammus aeglefinus). ICES JMS. doi:10.1093/icesjms/fst007

27. Myksvoll M, Erikstad KE, Barrett R, Sandvik H and Vikebø FB (2013) Climate-driven ichthyoplankton drift model predicts growth of top predator young. PLoS ONE, 8, e79225.

26. Heldal HE, Vikebø FB and Johansen GO (2013) Dispersal of the radionuclide cesium-137 from point-sources in the Barents and Norwegian Seas and its potential contamination of the Arctic marine food chain - coupling numerical ocean models with geographical fish distribution data. Environmental Pollution 180, 190-198.

25. Lien V, Vikebø FB, Skagseth Ø (2013) A mechanism for atmospheric control of oceanic heat transport to the Arctic. Nature Communications, doi:10.1038/ncomms2505.

24. Erikstad K.E., Reiertsen T.K., Barrett R.T., Vikebø F. and Sandvik H. (2013) Seabird and fish interactions: the fall and rise of a Common Guillemot population. Marine Ecology Progress Series.Vol 475:267-276, doi:10.3354/meps10084

23. Faghmous, J.H., Chamer, Y., Boriah, S., Liess, S., Kumar, V., Vikebø, F. and Mesquita, M.d.S. (2012) A novel and scalable spatio-temporal technique for ocean eddy monitoring. IEEE Conference on Intelligent Data Understanding 2012, Boulder, CO, USA, accepted.

22. Faghmous, J., Kumar, V., Chamber, Y., Vikebø, F., Boriah, S., Mesquita, M.d.S. and Liess, S. (2012) Novel and Scalable Spatio-Temporal Technique for Ocean Eddy Monitoring. Computational Sustainability and AI Special Track at the Twenty-Sixth AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-12), Toronto, Canada.

21. Mork KA, Gilbey J, Hansen LP, Jensen AJ, Jacobsen JA, Holm M, Holst JC, Maoileidigh NO, Vikebo FB, McGinnity P, Melle W, Thomas K, Verspoor E, Wennevik V (2012) Modelling the migration of post-smolt Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) in the North East Atlantic. ICES JMS. doi: 10.1093/icesjms/fss108

20. Stenevik EK, Nash R, Vikebø FB, Fossum P, Bakkeplass K (2012) Survey design and the perceived abundance of herring larvae: A case study for Norwegian Spring Spawning herring (Clupea harengus). Fisheries Oceanography 21:5, 363-373.

19. Vikebø FB, Korosov A, Stenevik EK and Slotte A (2012) Match-mismatch in Norwegian spring spawning herring and spring phytoplankton bloom - observational records from herring larval surveys and SeaWIFS. ICES J. Mar. Sci., doi:10.1093/icesjms/fss083

18. Vikebø FB, Ådlandsvik B, Albretsen J, Sundby S, Stenevik EK, Huse G, Kristiansen T and Eriksen E (2011) Real time ichthyoplankton drift in Northeast Arctic cod and Norwegian Spring Spawning herring. PLoS ONE, 6, e27367.

17. Opdal AF, Vikebø FB and Fiksen Ø (2011) Parental migration, climate and thermal exposure of larvae: spawning in southern regions gives Northeast Arctic cod a warm start. MEPS 439: 255-262.

16. Hinrichsen H-H, Dickey-Collas M, Huret M, Peck MA, and Vikebø FB (2011) Evaluating the suitability of coupled bio-physical models for fishery management. ICES JMS 68: 1478-1487; doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsr056.

15. Myksvoll M, Sundby S, Ådlandsvik B and Vikebø FB (2011) Retention of coastal cod eggs in a fjord caused by interactions between egg buoyancy and circulation pattern. Marine and Coastal Fisheries 3: 279-294.

14. Vikebø FB, Husebø Å, Slotte A, Stenevik EK, Lien V (2010) Effect of hatching date, vertical distribution and inter-annual variation in physical forcing on northward displacement and temperature conditions of Norwegian spring-spawning herring larvae. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 67: 1948-1956.

13. Husebø Å, Stenevik EK, Slotte A, Vikebø FB, Fossum P and Folkvord A (2009)  Early hatching time in Norwegian spring spawning herring (Clupea harengus L.) results in increased survival. ICES Mar. Sci. Symp. 66:1710-1717.

12. Kuhlbrot T, Rahmstorf S, Zickfeld K, Vikebø FB, Sundby S, Hofman M, Link PM, Bondeau A, Cramer W and Jaeger C (2009) An integrated assessment of changes in the termohaline circulation. Climate Change: Vol. 96, 4:489 doi 10.1007/s10584-009-9561-y

11. Kristiansen T, Jørgensen C, Lough RG, Vikebø FB and Fiksen Ø (2009) Modeling rule-based behaviour: habitat selection and the growth-survival trade-off in larval cod. Behavior Ecology doi:10.1093/beheco/arp023.2

10. Kristiansen T, Vikebø FB Jørgensen C, Huse G and Fiksen Ø (2008) Growth of larval cod (Gadus morhua) in large-scale seasonal and latitudinal environmental gradients. Deep Sea Res. doi:10.1016/j.dsr2.2008.11.011

9. Opdal AF,Vikebø FB and Fiksen Ø (2008) Can temperature benefits alone justify extensive up-current migrations in Northeast Arctic cod? Journal of Northwest Atlantic Fishery Science, Vol. 41:13-22 doi: 10.2960/J.v41.m621

8. Vikebø FB, Jørgensen C, Kristiansen T and Fiksen Ø (2007) Drift, growth and survival of larval Northeast Arctic cod with simple rules of behaviour. Marine Ecology Progress Series Vol. 347: 207–219, 2007 doi: 10.3354/meps06979.

7. Fiksen Ø, Jørgensen C, Kristiansen T, Vikebø FB and Huse G (2007) Linking behavioural ecology and oceanography: how larval behaviour determines growth, mortality and dispersal. Marine Ecology Progress Series Vol. 347: 195–205, 2007 doi: 12.3354/meps06978.

6. Svensen E, Skogen M, Budgell P, Huse G, Stiansen JE, Ådlandsvik B, Vikebø FB, Asplin L and Sundby S (2007) An Ecosystem Modeling Approach to Predicting Cod Recruitment. Deep-Sea Research II 54:2810-2821. doi:10.1016/j.dsr2.2007.07.033.

5. Vikebø FB, Sundby S, Ådlandsvik B and Otterå O (2007) Impacts of a reduced THC on transport and growth of larvae and pelagic juveniles of Arcto-Norwegian cod. Fisheries Oceanography 16:3, 216-228.

4. Vikebø FB, Ådlandsvik B, Sundby S and Fiksen Ø (2005) The combined effect of transport and temperature distribution and growth of larvae and pelagic juveniles of Arcto-Norwegian cod. ICES Mar. Sci. Symp. 62: 1375-1386.

3. Vikebø FB, Berntsen J. and Furnes G (2004) Numerical studies of the current response at Ormen Lange to a Travelling storm. Journal of Marine Systems 45, p. 205-220.

2. Heggelund Y, Vikebø FB, Berntsen J and Furnes G (2003) Hydrostatic and non-Hydrostatic studies of gravitational adjustment over a slope. Continental Shelf Research 24, p. 2133-2148.

1. Vikebø FB, Furevik T, Furnes G, Kvamstø N and Reistad M (2003) Wave height variations along the Norwegian continental shelf, 1881 to 1999. Continental Shelf Research 23, p. 251-263.

Recent non per-review articles include:
11.ICES, (Drinkwater, K., Hansen, C., Hjøllo, S.S., Hvingel, C., Kristiansen, T., McBride, M., Mork, K.A., Sundby, S., Vikebø, F., et al.) 2010. Report of the ICES/ESSAS Workshop on Ecosystem Studies of Sub-Arctic Seas (ICESSAS). ICES CM 2010/SSGRSP:06, ref. SCICOM, 69 pp.
10.Myksvoll, M., Sundby, S., Ådlandsvik, B. and Vikebø, F. ’Mechanisms affecting the transport of early stages of Norwegian Coastal Cod – a fjord study’ ICES CM 2008/L:16
9.Vikebø, F.B., Sundby, S., Ådlandsvik, B. and Fiksen, Ø., (2005), ‘How important is transport and temperature for the success of pre-recruits of Arcto-Norwegian cod?’. GLOBEC International Newsletter 11 (1) April 2005. p. 28.
8.Vikebø, F. B., Sundby, S., Ådlandsvik, B. and Otterå, O. H., (2005), ‘What happens with the Arcto-Norwegian cod if the thermohaline circulation slows down?’. GLOBEC International Newsletter 11 (1) April 2005 p. 31.
7.Vikebø, F. B., Sundby, S., Ådlandsvik, B. (2005,) ‘Possible connectivity between Arcto-Norwegian cod and Norwegian Coastal cod – a model approach’. GLOBEC International Newsletter 11 (1) April 2005 p. 27.
6.Vikebø, F. (2005). ‘The impact of climate on early stages of Arcto-Norwegian cod – a model approach’. Dr. scient thesis. Geofysisk Institutt, Universitetet i Bergen, Norge. 141 sider. ISBN: 82 308 0007 3.
5.Olsen, E., Vikebø, F., Skogen, M. og Misund, O.A. (2008) ’Fiksebestander og uhellsutslipp av olje’, Kronikk i Sunnmørsposten.
4.Vikebø, F. og Fiksen, Ø. (2006) ’Klima, havstrømmer og fiskelarver’, Cicerone Nr 6.
3.Vikebø, F., Ådlandsvik, B. and Sundby, S. (2005) ’Vinden skiller skrei og kysttorsk’, Fiskeribladet, 20 Mars 2005.
2.Vikebø, F. (2009) ’Operasjonell larvedrift’, Miljø og ressursrapporten.
1.Brude, O.W., Hjermann, D., Skogen, M., Vikebø, F., Sverdrup, L. (2007) ’Om Miljørisiko på fiskebestander’ Teknisk rapport nr 19538, Det Norske Veritas.

Recent presentations:
NTVA+Polarkomite møte, NERSC, invited oral presentation, 29 sept. 2009.
Globec Open Science Meeting, Victoria, oral presentation, 22-26 June 2009.
ICES Annual Science Conference, Halifax, oral presentation, 22-26 June 2008.
ICES/PICES/IOC symposium ‘Effects of Climate Change on the World’s Oceans’, Gijon, oral presentation, May 19-23 2008.
ICES/PICES Early Career Scientists Conference, Baltimore, USA oral presentation, 26-29 June 2007
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The EcoFish Approach to Fisheries Advice workshop, Bergen, oral presentation, May 15-16 2006.
ICES WKAMF workshop, Nantes, oral presentation, April 3-5 2006.
’Ukens orienteering’, Institute of Marine Research, Bergen, invited oral presentation, 15. mars 2006.
ICES 2005 Annual Science Conference, Aberdeen, oral presentation, Sept. 20-24 2005.
PODS III, Physical Oceanography Dissertation Symposium, Waikoloa, Hawaii, invited oral presentation, May 1-7 2005.