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2021

  • Vollset, K.W., R.J. Lennox, A. Lamberg, Ø. Skaala, A.D. Sandvik, H. Sægrov, E. Kvingedal, T. Kristensen, A.J. Jensen, T. Haraldstad, B.T. Barlaup & O. Ugedal 2021. Predicting the nationwide outmigration timing of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) smolts along 12 degrees of latitude in Norway. Diversity and Distributionshttps://doi.org/10.1111/ddi.13285.
  • Finstad, B., A.D. Sandvik, O. Ugedal, K.W. Vollset, Ø. Karlsen, J.G. Davidsen, H. Sægrov, R.J. Lennox 2021. Development of a risk assessment for sea trout in coastal areas exploited for aquaculture. Aquaculture environment interactions, https://doi.org/10.3354/aei00391

2020

  • Bertolotti, A.C.,  R.M. Layer, M. Kumar Gundappa, M.D. Gallagher, E. Pehlivanoglu, T. Nome, D. Robledo, M.P. Kent, L.L. Røsæg, M.M. Holen, T.D. Mulugeta, T.J. Ashton, K. Hindar, H. Sægrov, B. Florø-Larsen, J. Erkinaro, C.R. Primmer, L. Bernatchez, S.A.M. Martin, I.A. Johnston, S.R. Sandve, S. Lien &  D.J. Macqueen 2020. The structural variation landscape in 492 Atlantic salmon genomes. Nature Communications, volume 11. DOI: 10.1038/s41467-020-18972-x
  • Irgens, C., A. Folkvord, H. Otterå, and O. S. Kjesbu 2020. Otolith growth and zone formation during first maturity and spawning of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 77(1): 113-123. https://doi.org/10.1139/cjfas-2019-0033
  • Hagen, I.J., O. Ugedal, A.J. Jensen, H. Lo, E. Holthe, B. Bjøru, B. Florø-Larsen, H. Sægrov, H. Skoglund & S. Karlsson 2020. Evaluation of genetic effects on wild salmon populations from stock enhancement . ICES Journal of Marine Science  https://doi.org/10.1093/icesjms/fsaa235.
  • Wathne, I., K. Enberg, K., K.H. Jensen, K.H. & M. Heino 2020. Rapid life-history evolution in a wild Daphnia pulex population in response to novel size-dependent predation. Evol. Ecol. 34, 257–271 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10682-020-10031-7

2019

  • Diserud, O.H., P. Fiske, H. SægrovK. Urdal, T. Aronsen, H. Lo, B.T. Barlaup, E. Niemelä, P. Orell, J. Erkinaro, R.A. Lund, F. Økland, G.M. Østborg, L.P. Hansen & K. Hindar 2019. Escaped farmed Atlantic salmon in Norwegian rivers during 1989–2013. ICES Journal of Marine Science, fsy202, https://doi.org/10.1093/icesjms/fsy202.
  • Glover, K.A., K. Urdal, T. Næsje, H. Skoglund, B. Florø-Larsen, H. Otterå, P. Fiske, M. Heino, T. Aronsen, H. Sægrov, O. Diserud, B.T. Barlaup, K. Hindar, G. Bakke, I. Solberg, H. Lo, M.F. Solberg, S. Karlsson, Ø. Skaala, A. Lamberg, Ø. Kanstad-Hanssen, R. Muladal, O.T. Skilbrei & V. Wennevik 2019. Domesticated escapees on the run: the second-generation monitoring programme reports the numbers and proportions of farmed Atlantic salmon in >200 Norwegian rivers annually. ICES Journal of Marine Science, fsy207, https://doi.org/10.1093/icesjms/fsy207.
  • Mahlum, S., H. Skoglund, T. Wiers, E.S. Normann, B.T. Barlaup, V. Wennevik, K.A. Glover, K. Urdal, G. Bakke. & K.W. Vollset 2019. Swimming with the fishes: validating drift diving to identify farmed Atlantic salmon in the wild. Aquaculture Environment Interactions, 11: 417-427, https://doi.org/10.3354/aei00326.
  • Aksnes, D.L., J. Aure, P-O. Johansen, G.H. Johnsen & A.G.V. Salvanes 2019. Multi-decadal warming of Atlantic water and associated decline of dissolved oxygen in a deep fjord. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 228, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecss.2019.106392.
  • Harvey, A.C., M. Quintela, K. A. Glover, Ø. Karlsen, R. Nilsen, Ø. Skaala, H. Sægrov, S. Kålås, S. Knutar and V. Wennevik 2019. Inferring Atlantic salmon post-smolt migration patterns using genetic assignment. Royal Society Open Science 6: 190426. https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/10.1098/rsos.190426

2018

  • Tandberg, A.H.S., Vader, W., Olsen, B.R. & Rapp, H.T. 2018. Monoculodes bousfieldi sp. n. from the Arctic hydrothermal vent Loki’s Castle. Marine Biodiversity. 48: 927–937.
  • Mikkelsen N.T., C. Todt, K.M. Kocot, K.M. Halanych & E. Willassen 2018. Molecular phylogeny of Caudofoveata (Mollusca) challenges traditional views. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 132:138-150.
  • Mikkelsen, N.T., C. Todt 2018. One or many? Molecular versus morphological diversity in the aplacophoran Chaetoderma nitidulum Lovén, 1844 (Mollusca: Caudofoveata). Journal of Molluscan Studies, 84, 113-131.
  • Plotkin A, Gerasimova E, Rapp HT. 2018. Polymastiidae (Porifera: Demospongiae) of the Nordic and Siberian Seas. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom. 98 (6), 1273–1335

2017

  • Kambestad, M., Kirkendall, L.R., Knutsen, I.L. & Bjordal, B.H. 2017. Cryptic and pseudo-cryptic diversity in the world’s most common bark beetle—Hypothenemus eruditus. Organisms Diversity &  Evollution 17: 633. DOI: 10.1007/s13127-017-0334-6.
  • Bjelland, Torbjørg; Bendiksby, Mika; Frisch, Andreas. (2017) Geographically disjunct phylogenetic lineages in Leptogium hibernicum reveal Leptogium krogiae sp. nov. from East Africa. The Lichenologist. vol. 49 (3).
  • Bolstad, G.H. K. Hindar, G. Robertsen, B. Jonsson, H. Sægrov, O.H. Diserud, P. Fiske, A.J. Jensen, K. Urdal, T.F. Næsje, B.T. Barlaup, B. Florø-Larsen, H. Lo, E. Niemelä & S. Karlsson (2017). Gene flow from domesticated escapes alters the life history of wild Atlantic salmon. Nature Ecology & Evolution 1, 0124.
  • Plotkin, A, Morrow C, Gerasimova E, Rapp HT. 2017. Polymastiidae (Demospongiae: Hadromerida) with ornamented exotyles: a review of morphological affinities and description of a new genus and three new species. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom. 97 (6): 1351–1406.
  • Redl E, Scherholz M, Wollesen T, Todt C, Wanninger A. 2017. Expression of six3 and otx in Solenogastres (Mollusca) supports an ancestral role in bilaterian anterior-posterior axis patterning. Evolution and Development EARLY VIEW. DOI: 10.1111/ede.12245.
  • Wollesen T, Scherholz M, Rodríguez Monje SV, Redl E, Todt C, Wanninger A. 2017. Brain regionalization genes are co-opted into shell field patterning in Mollusca. Scientific Reports 7: 5486 (11 pages).
  • Scherholz M, Redl E, Wollesen T, de Oliveira AL, Todt C, Wanninger A. 2017. Ancestral and novel roles of Pax family genes in mollusks. BMC Evolutionary Biology 17: 81 (20 pages).
  • Wiklund H, Taylor JD, Dahlgren TG, Todt C, Ikebe C, Rabone M, Glover AG. 2017. Abyssal fauna of the UK-1 polymetallic nodule exploration area, Clarion-Clipperton Zone, central Pacific Ocean: Mollusca. Zoo Keys 707: 1-46.

2016

  • Quintela, M., Wennevik, V., Sørvik, A.G.E., Skaala, Ø., Skilbrei, O., Urdal, K., Barlaup, B.T., & Glover, K. 2016. Siblingship tests connect two seemingly independent farmed Atlantic salmon escape events together. Aquaculture Environment Interactions 8.
  • Glover, K., Bos Bos, J., Urdal, K., Madhun, A.S., Sørvik, A.G.E., Unneland, L., Seliussen, B.B., Skaala, Ø., Skilbrei, O., Tang, Y., & Wennevik, V. 2016. Genetic screening of farmed Atlantic salmon escapees demonstrates that triploid fish display reduced migration to freshwater. Biological Invasions 18(5).
  • Thorstad, E. B., C. D. Todd, I. Uglem, P. A. Bjørn, P. G. Gargan, K. W. Vollset, E. Halttunen, S. Kålås, M. Berg & B.Finstad. 2016. Marine life of the sea trout. Mar Biol (2016) 163: 47. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00227-016-2820-3.

2015

  • Barson, N.J., Aykanat, T., Hindar, K., Baranski, M., Bolstad, G.H., Fiske, P., Jacq, C., Jensen, A.J., Johnston, S.E., Karlsson, S., Kent, M., Moen, T., Niemelä, E., Nome, T., Næsje, T.F., Orell, P., Romakkaniemi, A., Sægrov, H., Urdal, K., Erkinaro, J., Lien, S. & Primmer, C.R. 2015. Sex-dependent dominance at a single locus maintains variation in age at maturity in salmon. Nature 528: 405-408. doi:10.1038/nature16062.
  • Thorstad, E. B., C. D. Todd, I. Uglem, Pål Arne Bjørn, P. G. Gargan, K. W. Vollset, E. Halttunen, S. Kålås, M. Berg, B. Finstad. 2015. Effects of salmon lice Lepeophtheirus salmonis on wild sea trout Salmo trutta — a literature review. Aquaculture Environment Interactions. 7: 91-113.

2014

  • Otero, J., L’abée-Lund, J.H., Castro-Santos, T., Leonardsson, K., Storvik, G.O., Jonsson, B., Dempson, J.B., Russell, I.C., Jensen, A.J., Baglinière, J.-L., Dionne, M., Armstrong, J.D., Romakkaniemi, A., Letcher, B.H., Kocik, J.F., Erkinaro, J., Poole, R., Rogan, G., Lundqvist, H., Maclean, J.C., Jokikokko, E., Arnekleiv, J.V., Kennedy, R.J., Niemelä, E., Caballero, P., Music, P.A., Antonsson, T., Gudjonsson, S., Veselov, A.E., Lamberg, A., Groom, S., Taylor, B.H., Taberner, M., Dillane, M., Arnason, F., Horton, G., Hvidsten, N.A., Jonsson, I.R., Jonsson, N., Mckelvey, S., Næsje, T., Skaala, Ø., Smith, G.W., Sægrov, H., Stenseth, N.C. & Vøllestad, L.A. 2014. Basin-scale phenology and effects of climate variability on global timing of initial seaward migration of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). Global Change Biology 20: 61-78.
  • Skaala, Ø., S. Kålås & R. Borgstrøm. 2014. Evidence of salmon lice-induced mortality of anadromous brown trout (Salmo trutta) in the Hardangerfjord, Norway. Marine Biology Research 10:279-288.
  • Skaala, Ø., G.H. Johnsen, H. Lo, R. Borgstrøm, V. Wennevik, M. Møller Hansen, J.E. Merz, K.A. Glover & B.T. Barlaup 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, 10:3, 308-322, DOI: 10.1080/17451000.2013.810758

2013

  • Skilbrei, O., Finstad, B., Urdal, K., Bakke, G., Kroglund, F. & Strand. R. 2013. Impact of early salmon louse, Lepeophtheirus salmonis, infestation and differences in survival and marine growth of sea-ranched Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., smolts 1997-2009. Journal of Fish Diseases 36(3).

2010

  • Finstad, A.G., Einum, S., Sættem, L.M. & Hellen, B.A. (2010). Spatial distribution of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) breeders: among- and within-river variation and predicted consequences for offspring habitat availability. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 67(12): 1993-2001

2004

  • Telnes, T. and H. Sægrov 2004. Reproductive strategies in two sympatric morphotypes of Arctic charr in Kalandsvatnet, west Norway. Journal of Fish Biology 65: 574-579.

2002

  • Knudsen, F. R. & H. Sægrov 2002. Benefits from horizontal beaming during acoustic survey: application to  three Norwegian lakes. Fisheries Research 56: 205-211
  • L’Abée-Lund, J.H., P. Aass and H. Sægrov 2002. Long-term variation in a brown trout population: effects of changes in available prey organisms. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 11:260-269.

2001

  • Sægrov, H., K. Urdal, B.A. Hellen, S. Kålås & S.J. Saltveit 2001. Estimating carrying capacity and presmolt production of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) and anadromous brown trout (Salmo trutta) in West Norwegian rivers. Nordic Journal  of Freshwater Research 75: 99-108.

1999

  • Sægrov, H. og O. Skilbrei 1999. Can stocking programs affect the predator stocks and decrease the survival of the wild Atlantic salmon juveniles? s.182-188 in Howell, B.R., E. Moksness & T. Svåsand (eds.). First international symposium on stock enhancement and sea ranching, Bergen, Norway, September 8.-11. 1997. Fishing News Book, Blackwell Science Ltd.

1997

  • Sægrov, H., K. Hindar, S. Kålås, og H. Lura. 1997. Escaped farmed Atlantic salmon replace the original salmon stock in the River Vosso, western Norway. ICES Journal of Marine Science 54: 1166-1172

1996

  • Sægrov, H., A. Hobæk and J.H. L’Abée-Lund 1996. Vulnerability of melanic Daphnia to brown trout predation. Journal of Plankton Research 18: 2113-2118.
  • Sægrov, H., K. Hindar and K. Urdal. 1996. Natural reproduction of anadromous rainbow trout in Norway. Journal of Fish Biology 48: 292-294.
  • L’Abée-Lund, J.H., P. Aass and H. Sægrov 1996. Prey orientation in piscivorous brown trout. Journal of Fish Biology 48: 871-877.

1990

  • Gulbrandsen, J. & G.H. Johnsen 1990. Temperature-dependent development of parthenogenetic embryos in Daphnia pulex de Geer. Journal of Plankton Research, vol. 12 no. 3, pp 443-453