"Big fish or small fish": another successful PhD defense at the Centre.

Wednesday 02 Dec 15

Last Friday Nis Sand Jacobsen has successfully defended his PhD work investigating the ecosystem effects of fishing using size-based methods.

Nis Sand Jacobsen, supervised by Ken Haste Andersen (DTU Aqua and Centre for Ocean Life), successfully defended his PhD on Friday, November 27, 2015. Nis's PhD thesis is entitled: 

"Big fish and small fish:
size-based methods to evaluate direct and indirect ecosystem effects of fishing."

The PhD was awarded by examiners:

Professor Jørgen Rasmus Nielsen, DTU Aqua
Professor Richard Law, University of York, UK
Dr Simon Jennings, CEFAS, UK

Congratulations to Nis on a great presentation and insightful defense, and good luck in Seattle!

28 MAY 2020