Publications

2016

  1. Albertsen CM, Nielsen A, Thygesen UH (2016) Choosing the observational likelihood in state-space stock assessment model. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1139/cjfas-2015-0532
  2. Almeda R, Harvey TE, Connelly TL, Caca S, Buskey E (2016) Influence of UVB radiation on the lethal and sublethal toxicity of dispersed crude oil to planktonic copepod nauplii. Chemosphere 152: 446-458.
  3. * Andersen KH, Berge T, Gonçalves RJ, Hartvig M, Heuschele J, Hylander S, Jacobsen NS, Lindemann C, Martens EA, Neuheimer AB, Olsson K, Palacz A, Prowe F, Sainmont J, Traving SJ, Visser AW, Wadhwa N, Kiørboe T (2016) Characteristic Sizes of Life in the Oceans, from Bacteria to Whales. Annu. Rev. Mar. Sci. 2016. 8: 217–241. doi: 10.1146/annurev-marine-122414-034144
  4. * Andersen KH, Blanchard JL, Fulton EA, Gislason H, Jacobsen NS, van Kooten T (2016) Assumptions behind size-based ecosystem models are realistic. ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil, 73(6):1651-1655. doi: 10.1093/icesjms/fsv211.
  5. * Andersen KH, Jacobsen NS, Farnsworth KD (2016) The theoretical foundations for size spectrum models of fish communities. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science 73(4): 575-588 doi:10.1139/cjfas-2015-0230.
  6. * Andersen KH, Jacobsen NS, Jansen T, Beyer JE (2016) When in life does density dependence occur in fish populations? Accepted for publication in Fish and Fisheries.
  7. * Berge T, Chakraborty S, Hansen PJ, Andersen KH (2016) Modelling succession of key resource harvesting traits of mixotrophic plankton populations. The ISME Journal doi: 10.1038/ismej.2016.92.
  8. * Berge T, Hansen PJ (2016) Role of the tertiary plastid of the predatory dinoflagellate Karlodinium armiger. Marine Ecology Progress Series 549: 41–54
  9. Bondoc KG, Heuschele J, Gillard J, Vyverman W, Pohnert G. (2016) Selective silicate-directed motility in diatoms. Nature communications 7: 10540.
  10. * Brun P, Kiørboe T, Licandro P, Payne MR (2016) The Predictive Skill of Species Distribution Models for Plankton in a Changing Climate. Global Change Biology, 22: 3170–
    3181, doi: 10.1111/gcb.13274
  11. * Brun P, Payne M, Kiørboe T (2016) Trait biogeography of marine copepods – an analysis across scales. Ecol Lett, doi: 10.1111/ele.12688
  12. * Burgess MG, Diekert FK, Jacobsen NS, Andersen KH, Gaines SD (2016) Remaining questions in the case for balanced harvesting. Fish and Fisheries 17 (4): 1216-1226. doi: 10.1111/faf.12123
  13. * Hansen AN, Visser AW (2016) Carbon export by vertically migrating zooplankton: an adaptive behavior model. Limnology and Oceanography. doi: 10.1002/lno.10249
  14. * Hansen PJ, Ojamäe K, Berge T, Trampe E, Nielsen LT, Lips I, Kühl M (2016) Photoregulation in the kleptochloroplastidic dinoflagellate Dinophysis acuta. Frontiers in Microbiology 7: 785.
  15. * Heilmann IT, Starke J, Andersen KH, Thygesen UH, Sørensen MP (2016) Dynamics of a physiologically structured population in a time-varying environment. Ecological Complexity 28:54-61, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecocom.2016.10.004
  16. Heuschele J, Nemming L, Tolstrup L, Kiørboe T, Nylund GM, Selander E (2016) The sex specific metabolomics footprint of Oithona davisae, J Sea Res 117: 1-6. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.seares.2016.09.004
  17. *Hirst AG, Lilley MKS, Glazier DS, Atkinson D (2016) Ontogenetic body-mass scaling of nitrogen excretion relates to body surface area in diverse pelagic invertebrates. Limnology & Oceanography doi: 10.1002/lno.10396
  18. * Horne CR, Hirst AG, Atkinson D, Neves A, Kiørboe T (2016) A global synthesis of seasonal temperature-size responses in copepods. Global Ecol Biogeography, 25, 988–999. DOI: 10.1111/geb.12460 (Featured on the front cover)
  19. * Jacobsen NS, Burgess M, Andersen KH (2016) Efficiency of fisheries is increasing at the ecosystem level. Fish and Fisheries doi:10.1111/faf.12171.
  20. Jansen T, Kristensen K, Kainge PI, Durholtz D, Strømme T, Thygesen UH, Wilhelm MR, Kathena J, Fairweather TP, Paulus S, Degel H, Lipinski MR, Beyer J (2016) Migration, distribution and population (stock) structure of shallow-water hake (Merluccius capensis) in the Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem inferred using a geostatistical population model. Fisheries Research, vol: 179:156-167, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.fishres.2016.02.026
  21. Kathena J, Nielsen A, Thygesen UH, Berg C (2016) Hake Species (Merluccius capensis and M. paradoxus) Assessment in The Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem. Envir. Devel. 17: 193-201
  22. * Kiørboe T (2016) Fluid dynamic constraints on resource acquisition in small pelagic organisms. Europ Phys J ST, 225: 671–685. DOI: 10.1140/epjst/e2015-50261-1
  23. * Kiørboe T (2016) Foraging mode and prey size spectra in suspension feeding copepods and other zooplankton. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 558: 15-20.
  24. * Kiørboe T, Gonçalves RJ, Couespel D, van Someren Gréve H, Saiz E, Tiselius P (2016) Prey perception in feeding-current feeding copepods. Limnol Oceanogr, 61: 1169–1171. doi: 10.1002/lno.10293
  25. Kokkalis A, Eikeset AM, Thygesen UH, Steingrund P, Andersen KH (2016) Estimating uncertainty of data limited stock assessment. ICES Journal of Marine Science, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/icesjms/fsw145
  26. Le Quéré C, Buitenhuis ET, Moriarty R, Alvain S, Aumont O , Bopp L, Chollet S, Enright C, Franklin DJ, Geider RJ, Harrison SP, Hirst AG, Larsen S, Legendre L, Platt T, Prentice IC, Rivkin RB, Sathyendranath S, Stephens N, Vogt M, Sailley S, Vallina SM (2016) Role of zooplankton dynamics for Southern Ocean phytoplankton biomass and global biogeochemical cycles. Biogeosciences 13: 4111-4133. doi:10.5194/bg-13-4111-2016
  27. * Lindegren M, Checkley DM Jr., Ohman MD, Koslow A, Goericke R (2016) Resilience and Stability of a Pelagic Marine Ecosystem. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences, 283: 20151931.
  28. * Lindemann C, Fiksen Ø, Andersen KH, Aksnes DL (2016) Scaling laws in phytoplankton nutrient uptake affinity. Frontiers in Marine Science doi: 10.3389/fmars.2016.00026.
  29. Mariani P, Krivan V, MacKenzie B, Mullon C (2016) The migration game in habitat network: the case of tuna. Theoretical Ecology, vol 9, no. 2, pp. 219-232., 10.1007/s12080-015-0290-8
  30. * Menden-Deuer S, Kiørboe T (2016) Small bugs with a big impact: linking plankton ecology with ecosystem processes. J Plankton Res 38: 1036–1043. doi:10.1093/plankt/fbw049
  31. Mitra A, Flynn KJ, Tillmann U, Raven JA, Caron D, Stoecker DK, Not F, Hansen PJ, Hallegraeff G, Sanders RW, Wilken S, McManus G, Johnson M, Pitta P, Vagen S, Berge T, Calbet A, Thingstad F, Jeong HJ, Burkholder J-A, Glibert PM, Granéli E, Lundgren V (2016) Defining planktonic protist functional groups on mechanisms for energy and nutrient acquisition; incorporation of diverse mixotrophic strategies. Protist 167: 106-120
  32. * Neuheimer AB, Hartvig M, Heuschele J, Hylander S, Kiørboe T, Olsson K, Sainmont J, Andersen KH (2016) Adult and offspring size in the ocean: A database of size metrics and conversion factors (Data Paper) Ecology, 97(4): 1083
  33. Nielsen LT, Hansen PJ, Krock B, Vismann B (2016) Accumulation, transformation and breakdown of DSP toxins from the toxic dinoflagellate Dinophysis acuta in blue mussels, Mytilus edulis. Toxicon 117: 84-93
  34. * Olsson KH, Gislason H, Andersen KH (2016) Differences in density-dependence drive dual offspring size strategies in fish. Journal of Theoretical Biology 407: 118–127.
  35. * Olsson KH, Gislason H (2016) Testing reproductive allometry in fish. ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil, 73(6):1466-1473. doi: 10.1093/icesjms/fsw017
  36. Payne MR, Barange M, Cheung WWL, MacKenzie BR, Batchelder HP, Cormon X, Eddy TD, et al. (2016) Uncertainties in projecting climate-change impacts in marine ecosystems. ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil, 73: 1272–1282.
  37. *Pécuchet L, Törnroos A, Lindegren M (2016) Patterns and drivers of fish community assembly in a large marine ecosystem. Marine Ecology Progress Series 546: 239-248
  38. Ravn-Jonsen L, Andersen KH, Vestergaard N (2016) An Indicator for Ecosystem Externalities in Fishing. Natural Resource Modeling 29(3) 400-425.
  39. Rijnsdorp AD, Bastardie F, Bolam SG, Buhl-Mortensen L, Eigaard OR, Hamons KG, Hiddink JG, Hintzen NT, Ivanovic A, Kenny A, Laffargue P, Nielsen JR, O’Neill G, Piet GJ, Polet H, Sala A, Smith C, van Denderen PD, van Kooten T, Zengin M. (2016) Towards a framework for the quantitative assessment of trawling impact on the seabed and benthic ecosystem. ICES Journal of Marine Science 73: i127-138.
  40. * Schnedler-Meyer NA, Mariani P, Kiørboe T (2016) The global susceptibility of coastal forage fish to competition by large jellyfish. Proc R Soc B 283: 20161931
  41. Selander E, Heuschele J, Nylund GM, Pohnert G, Pavia H, Bjærke O, Pender-Healy L, Tiselius P, Kiørboe T (2016) Solid phase extraction and metabolic profiling of exudates from living copepods. PeerJ. 4: e1529. doi.org/10.7717/peerj.1529
  42. Stoecker DK, Hansen PJ, Caron D, Mitra A (2016/2017) Mixotrophy in the Marine Plankton. Annual Review of Marine Science 9:2.1-2.25 (e-pub/publ)
  43. * Thonig A, Knott KE, Kesäniemi JE, Hansen BW, Banta GT (2016) Population and reproductive dynamics of the polychaete Pygospio elegans in a boreal estuary complex. Invertebrate Biology 135(4): 370-384
  44. Thygesen UH (2016) A diffusion approximation based on renewal processes with applications to strongly biased run–tumble motion. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 78(3):556-579, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11538-016-0155-3
  45. Thygesen UH, Sommer L, Evans K, Patterson TA (2016) Dynamic optimal foraging theory explains vertical migrations of bigeye tuna. Ecology 97(7):1852-1861, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/15-1130.1
  46. * Traving SJ, Bentzon-Tilia M, Knudsen-Leerbeck H, Mantikci M, Hansen JLS, Stedmon CA, Sørensen H, Markager S and Riemann L (2016) Coupling bacterioplankton populations and environment to community function in coastal temperate waters. Frontiers in Microbiology, 7 (1533): 1-13
  47. * Tsoukali S, Olsson KH, Visser AW, MacKenzie BR (2016) Adult lifetime reproductive value in fish depends on size and fecundity type. Can. J. Fish. Aqua. Sci. 73(9): 1405-1412, 10.1139/cjfas-2015-0378
  48. * Tsoukali S, Visser AW, MacKenzie BR (2016) Functional responses of North Atlantic fish eggs to increasing temperature. Marine Ecology Progress Series 555: 151-165; doi: 10.3354/meps11758
  49. van Denderen PD, Rijnsdorp AD, van Kooten T. (2016) Using marine reserves to manage impact of bottom trawl fisheries requires consideration of benthic food-web interactions. Ecological Applications 26 (7): 2302-2310
  50. van Deurs M, Persson A, Lindegren M, Jacobsen C, Jorgensen C, Neuenfeldt S, Nilsson A (2016) Marine ecosystem connectivity mediated by migrant-resident interactions and the concomitant cross-system flux of lipids. Ecology and Evolution doi:10.1002/ece3.2167
  51. * Weisse T, Anderson R, Arndt H, Calbet A, Hansen PJ, Montagnes DJS (2016) Functional ecology of aquatic phagotrophic protists – concepts, limitations, and perspectives. J. Eur. Protistol. 55: 50–74

2015

  1. Almeda R, Connelly TL, Buskey E (2015) How much crude oil can zooplankton ingest? Estimating the quantity of dispersed crude oil defecated by planktonic copepods. Environmental Pollution. doi:10.1016/j.envpol.2015.10.041.

  2. *Andersen A, Wadhwa N, Kiørboe T (2015) Quiet swimming at low Reynolds number. Phys. Rev. E, 91: 042712. DOI:10.1103/PhysRevE.91.042712

    (Featured by APS Physics Central: www.physicscentral.com/buzz/blog/index.cfm?postid=7102857878385272483)

  3. *Andersen KH, Aksnes DL, Berge T, Fiksen Ø, Visser AW. (2015) Modeling emergent trophic strategies in plankton. J. Plankton Research 37(5) 862-868. doi:10.1093/plankt/fbv054

  4. *Andersen KH, Beyer JE (2015): Size structure, not metabolic scaling rules, determines fisheries reference pointsFish and Fisheries 16(1) 1-22.

  5. *Andersen KH, Brander K, Ravn-Jonsen LJ (2015). Trade-offs between objectives for ecosystem management of fisheries. Ecological Applications25: 1390-1396.

  6. *Andersen KH, Jacobsen NS, Farnsworth KD (2015) The theoretical foundations for size spectrum models of fish communities. Canadian Journal Fisheries Aquatic Sciences. doi:10.1139/cjfas-2015-0230

  7. *Brun P, Kiørboe T, Payne M (2015) Measuring evolutionary adaptations of phytoplankton with local field observations. PNAS www.pnas.org/cgi/doi/10.1073/pnas.1513353112

  8. *Brun P, Vogt M, Payne M, Gruber N, O’Brien C, Buitenhuis ET, Le Quéré C, Leblanc K, Luo YW (2015). Ecological niches of open ocean phytoplankton taxa. Limnol Oceanogr 60: 1020-1038

  9. Burgess MG, Diekert FK, Jacobsen NS, Andersen KH, Gaines SD (2015). Remaining questions in the case for balanced harvesting. Fish. doi: 10.1111/faf.12123.

  10. Chakraborty S (2015) The influence of generalist predators in spatially extended predator-prey systems. Ecological Complexity 23: 50-60.

  11. Chakraborty S, Kooi B, Biswas B, Chattopadhyay J (2015) Revealing the role of predator interference in a predator-prey system with disease in prey population. Ecological Complexity 21: 100-111.

  12. Dickey-Collas, M., Hintzen, N. T., Nash, R. D. M., Schon, P.-J., and Payne, M. R. 2015. Quirky patterns in time-series of estimates of recruitment could be artefacts. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 72: 111–116

  13. *Ergin FG, Watz BB, Wadhwa N (2015) Pixel-accurate dynamic masking and flow measurements around small breaststroke-swimmers using long-distance MicroPIV. Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Particle Image Velocimetry - PIV15, Santa Barbara, CA.

  14. Ferreira ASA, Hátún H, Counillon F, Payne MR, Visser AW (2015). Synoptic scale analysis of mechanisms driving surface chlorophyll dynamics in the North Atlantic. Biogeosciences, 12(1), 3641-3653

  15. Frisk C, Andersen KH, Temming A, Herrmann JP, Madsen KS, Kraus G (2015): Environmental effects on sprat (Sprattus sprattus) physiology and growth at the distribution frontier: A bioenergetic modelling approach. Ecological Modelling 299130–139.

  16. *Glazier DS, Hirst AG, Atkinson D (2015) Shape shifting predicts ontogenetic changes in metabolic scaling in diverse aquatic invertebrates. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 282: 20142302. doi:10.1098/rspb.2014.2302

  17. *Gonçalves RJ, Kiørboe T (2015) Perceiving the algae: how feeding-current feeding copepods detect their non-motile prey. Limnol Oceanogr 60: 1286–1297

  18. *Horne C, Hirst AG, Atkinson D (2015) Temperature-size responses match latitudinal-size clines in arthropods, revealing critical differences between aquatic and terrestrial species. Ecology Letters 18: 327-335. doi: 10.1111/ele.12413

  19. *Horne C, Hirst A, Atkinson D, Neves A, Kiørboe T (submitted) A global synthesis of.

  20. Huse G, MacKenzie BR, Trenkel V, Doray M, Nøttestad L, Oskarsson G (2015) Spatially explicit estimates of stocks sizes, structure and biomass of herring and blue whiting, and catch data of bluefin tuna. Earth System Science Data Discussions 7: 35-46. doi:10.5194/essd-7-35-2015 (OA)

  21. Hylander S, Kiørboe T, Snoeijs P, Sommaruga R, Nielsen TG (2015) Concentrations of sunscreens and antioxidant pigments in Arctic Calanus spp. in relation to ice cover, ultraviolet radiation, and the phytoplankton spring bloom. Limnol Oceanogr 60: 2197-2206

  22. *Jacobsen NS, Essington TE, Andersen KH (2015). Comparing model predictions for ecosystem based management. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. NRC Research Press. doi: 10.1139/cjfas-2014-0561.

  23. Jaspers C, Møller LF, Kiørboe T (2015) Egg production rates under variable food conditions and starvation in the comb jelly Mnemiopsis leidyi - insights to its invasion success in northern Europe. J Plankton Res 37: 1011-1018. doi:10.1093/plankt/fbv017

  24. Jónasdóttir SH, Visser AW, Richardson K, Heath MR. (2015) Seasonal copepod lipid pump promotes carbon sequestration in the deep North Atlantic. Proceedings of the National Academy Sciences. 112 no. 39: 12122–12126. doi:10.1073/pnas.1512110112

  25. *Kiørboe T (submitted) Fluid dynamic constraints on resource acquisition in small pelagic organisms. Submitted.

  26. *Kiørboe T, Ceballos S, Thygesen UH (2015) Interrelations between senescence, life history traits, and behaviour in planktonic copepods. Ecology 96: 2225-2235

  27. Kokkalis A, Thygesen UH, Nielsen A, Andersen KH (2015) Limits to the reliability of size-based fishing status estimation for data-poor stocks. Fisheries Research 171: 4-11

  28. Kolding J, Jacobsen NS, Andersen KH, van Zwieten P (2015) Maximizing fisheries yields while maintaining community structure. Canadian Journal of Fisheries Aquatic Sciences.

  29. Logue JB, Stedmon CA, Kellerman AM, Nielsen NJ, Andersson AF, Laudon H, Kritzberg ES (2015) Experimental insights into the importance of aquatic bacterial community composition to the degradation of dissolved organic matter. ISME J 1-13

  30. *Martens EA, Wadhwa N, Nis S. Jacobsen NS, Christian Lindemann C, Andersen KH, Visser AW. (2015) Size structures sensory hierarchy in ocean life. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 282: 20151346. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2015.1346

  31. Maud J, Atkinson A, Hirst AG, Lindeque PK, Widdicombe CE, Harmer RA, McEvoy AJ, Cummings DC (2015) How does Calanus helgolandicus maintain its population in a variable environment? Analysis of a 25-year time series from the English Channel. Progress in Oceanography 137: 513-523

  32. *Neuheimer AB, Hartvig M, Heuschele J, Hylander S, Kiørboe T, Olsson K, Sainmont J, Andersen KH (2015) Adult and offspring size in the ocean: A database of size metrics and conversion factor (Data Paper) Ecology in press

  33. *Neuheimer AB, Hartvig M, Heuschele J, Hylander S, Kiørboe T, Olsson K, Sainmont J, Andersen KH (2015) Adult and offspring size in the ocean over 17 orders of magnitude follows two life history strategies. Ecology 96: 3303-3311

  34. *Nielsen LT, Kiørboe T (2015) Feeding currents facilitate a mixotrophic way of life. ISME Journal, 9, 2117–2127, doi:10.1038/ismej.2015.27.

  35. *Pécuchet L, Törnroos A, Lindegren M (2015) Environmental filtering drives functional diversity of fish communities in a large brackish marine ecosystem. Marine Ecology-Progress Series (accepted)

  36. Riisgaard K, Nielsen TG, Hansen PJ (2015) Impact of elevated pH on Arctic spring bloom succession. Marine Ecology Progress Series530:63-75

  37. Rullyanto A, Jónasdóttir SH, Visser, AW, (2015). Advective loss of overwintering Calanus finmarchicus from the Faroe-Shetland channel. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers. 98, 76–82

  38. *Sainmont J, Andersen KH, Thygesen UH, Fiksen Ø, Visser AW. (2015) An effective algorithm for approximating adaptive behavior in seasonal environments. Ecological Modelling. 311: 20-30

  39. *Sichlau MH, Thygesen UH, Nielsen EE, Kiørboe T (2015) Mating success and sexual selection in a pelagic copepod, Temora longicornis: Evidence from paternity analyses. Limnol. Oceanogr. 60: 600–610. doi: 10.1002/lno.10052

  40. Thoisen C, Riisgaard K, Lundholm N, Nielsen TG, Hansen PJ (2015) Effect of acidification on an Arctic phytoplankton community from Disko Bay, West Greenland. Marine Ecology Progress Series 520: 21-34

  41. *Traving SJ, Thygesen, UH, Riemann L, Stedmon CA (2015) A model of extracellular enzymes in free-living microbes: which strategy pays off? AEM 81:7385-7393

    (Featured in the AEM Editorial Spotlight: http://aem.asm.org/content/81/21/7349.full)

  42. *Törnroos A, Nordström MC, Aarnio K, Bonsdorff E. (2015) Environmental context drives trophic trait plasticity in a key species, the tellinid clam Macoma balthica L. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 472: 32-40

  43. Visser AW, Nielsen TG, Middelboe M, Høyer JI, Markager S. (2015). Oceanography and the base of the pelagic food web in the southern Indian Ocean. Journal of Plankton Research. doi:10.1093/plankt/fbv019

  44. *Zhang L, Andersen KH, Dieckmann U, Brännström Å (2015): Four types of interference competition and their impacts on the ecology and evolution of size-structured populations and communities. J. Theoretical Biology 380: 280-290.

2014 

  1. Augustine,S., Jaspers C, Kooijman SALM, Carlotti F, Poggiale J-C, Freitas V, van der Veer HW, van Walraven L (2014). Mechanisms behind the metabolic flexibility of an invasive comb jelly. J. Sea Res. DOI:10.1016/j.seares.2014.09.005

  2. Berge T, Hansen PJ (accepted, 2014). Role of the tertiary plastid of the predatory dinoflagellate Karlodinium armiger. Mar Ecol Prog Ser In press

  3. Bianco G, Mariani P, Visser AW, Mazzocchi MG, Pigolotti S (2014). Analysis of self-overlap reveals trade-offs in plankton swimming trajectories. Journal of the Royal Society Interface. 11(96), 20140164

  4. Blanchard JL, Andersen KH, Scott F, Hinzen NT, Piet G, Jennings S (2014). Evaluating targets and trade-offs among fisheries and conservation objectives using a multispecies size spectrum model. J. Applied Ecology, 51: 612-622

  5. Bureau E, Schilder F, Elmegård M, Santos I, Thomsen J, Starke J (2014). Experimental Bifurcation Analysis of an Impact Oscillator – Determining Stability. Journal of Sound and Vibration 333(21): 5464-5474

  6. Calduch-Verdiell N, MacKenzie BR, Vaupel JW, Andersen KH (2014). A life-history evaluation of the impact of maternal effects on recruitment and fisheries reference points. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science 71: 1113–1120

  7. Casale P, Mariani P (2014). The first “lost year” of Mediterranean sea turtles: dispersal patterns indicate subregional management units for conservation. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 498:263-274. doi: 10.3354/meps10640

  8. Ceballos S, Sichlau MH, Heuschele J, Kiørboe T (2014). Low fertilization rates in a pelagic copepod caused by sexual selection?  J. Plankton Res 36: 736-742. doi:10.1093/plankt/fbu021

  9. De Luca G, Mariani P, MacKenzie BR, Marsili M (2014). Fishing out collective memory of migratory schools.  J. Roy. Soc. Interface 11: 20140043.http dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsif.2014.0043

  10. Engelhard GH, Peck MA, Rindorf A, Smout S, van Deurs M, Raab K, Andersen KH, Garthe S, Lauerburg RAM, Scott F, Brunel T, Aarts G, van Kooten T, Dickey-Collas M (2014). Forage fish, their fisheries, and their predators: who drives whom? ICES J Mar Sci 71: 90-104

  11. FitzGeorge-Balfour T, Hirst AG, Lucas CH, Craggs J (2014). Influence of copepod size and behaviour on vulnerability to predation by the scyphomedusa Aurelia aurita. J Plankton Res 36: 77-90 

  12. Flynn KJ, Hansen PJ (2013). Cutting the canopy to defeat the “selfish gene”; conflicting selection pressures for the integration of phototrophy in mixotrophic protists. Protist 164: 811-823

  13. Flynn, KJ, Stoecker DK, Mitra A, Raven JA, Glibert PM, Hansen PJ, Granéli E, Burkholder JM (2013). HORIZONS - Misuse of the phytoplankton-zooplankton dichotomy: The need to assign organisms as mixotrophs within plankton functional types. J Plankton Res 35: 3-11 Horizons

  14. Gonçalves RJ, van Someren Gréve H, Couespel D, Kiørboe T (2014). Mechanisms of prey size selection in a suspension feeding copepod, Temora longicornis. Mar Ecol Prog Ser. 517: 61-74

  15. Hansen PJ, Nielsen LT, Johnson MD, Berge T, Flynn KJ (2013). Acquired phototrophy in Mesodinium and Dinophysis – a review of cellular organization, prey selectivity, nutrient uptake and bioenergetics. Harmful Algae 28: 126-139

  16. Hays GC, Christensen A, Fossette S, Schofield G, Talbot J, Mariani P (2014). Route optimization and solving Zermelo's navigation problem during long distance migration in cross flows. Ecology Letters. 17   Issue: 2   Pages: 137-143   doi: 10.1111/ele.12219

  17. Heuschele J, Ceballos S, Andersen Borg CM, Bjærke O, Isari S, Lasley-Rasher R, Souissi A, Souissi S, Titelman J (2014). Non-consumptive effects of predator presence on copepod reproduction: insights from a mesocosm experiment. Mar Biol 161: 1653-1666doi:10.1007/s00227-014-2449-z

  18. Heuschele J, Selander E (2014). The chemical ecology of copepods. J Plankton Res 36, Issue 4: 895-913 doi:10.1093/plankt/fbu025

  19. Hirst A, Kiørboe T (2014). Macroevolutionary Patterns of Sexual Size Dimorphism in Copepods. Proc. R. Soc. B 281: 20140739.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2014.0739

  20. Hirst AG, Glazier DS, Atkinson D (2014). Body shape-shifting during growth permits tests that distinguish between competing geometric theories of metabolic scaling. Ecology Letters 17: 1274-1281. doi: 10.1111/ele.12334
    [Featured on front cover]

  21. Hirst AG, Keister JE, Richardson AJ, Ward P, Shreeve RS, Escribano RV (2014). Re-assessing copepod growth using the Moult Rate Method. J Plankotn Res 36: 1224-1232. doi: 10.1093/plankt/fbu045

  22. Hylander S, Grenwald J, Kiørboe T (2014). Fitness cost of UVR exposure in marine pelagic copepods. Funct. Ecol. 28: 149–158. doi: 10.1111/1365-2435.12159 

  23. Jacobsen NS, Gislason H, Andersen KH. (2014). The consequences of balanced harvesting of fish communities. Proc. R. Soc. B 281: 20132701 

  24. Kiørboe T, Hirst AG (2014). Shifts in mass-scaling of respiration, feeding, and growth rates across life-form transitions in marine pelagic organisms. Am. Nat. 183: E118–E130. DOI: 10.1086/675241

  25. Kiørboe T, Jiang H, Gonçalves RJ, Nielsen LT, Wadhwa N (2014). Flow disturbances generated by feeding and swimming zooplankton. PNAS 111:11738–11743.
    (Featured in J.Exp Biol , in J. Plankton Res, and in Scientific American)

  26. Kristensen K, Thygesen UH, Andersen KH, Beyer JE (2014). Estimating spatio-temporal dynamics of size-structured populations. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science 71: 326–336.

  27. Lika K, Augustine S, Pecquerie L, Kooijman SA (2014). The bijection from data to parameter space with the standard DEB model quantifies the supply-demand spectrum. J Theor Biol. doi.org/10.1016/j.jtbi.2014.03.025

  28. Lindegren M,   Andersen KH, Casini M, Neuenfeldt S (2014). A metacommunity perspective on source-sink dynamics and management: the Baltic Sea as a case study. Ecological Applications 24:1820:1832

  29. MacKenzie BR, Payne M, Boje J, Højer JL, Siegstad H (2014). A cascade of warming impacts brings bluefin tuna to Greenland waters. Global Change Biology 20: 2484–2491, doi: 10.1111/gcb.12597 
    (Featured on front cover of issue)

  30. Martens EA, Wadhwa N, Jacobsen NS, Lindemann C, Andersen KH, Visser A (submitted). Size and sense in the Ocean. Journal of the Royal Society Interface

  31. Marty L, Rochet MJ, Ernande B (2014). Temporal trends in age and size at maturation of four North Sea gadid species: cod, haddock, whiting and Norway pout. Marine Ecology Progress Series 497: 179-197

  32. Mitra A, Flynn KJ, Burkholder JM, Berge T, Calbet A, Raven JA, Granéli E, Glibert PM,  Hansen PJ, Stoecker DK, Thingstad F, Tillmann U, Våge S, Wilken S, Zubkov M (2014). The role of mixotrophic protists in the biological carbon pump. Biogeosciences 11: 995-1005 

  33. Murphy EJ, Watkins JL, Trathan PN, Reid K, Meredith MP, Hill SL, Thorpe SE, Johnston NM, Clarke A, Tarling GA, Collins MA, Forcada J, Atkinson A, Ward P, Staniland IJ, Pond DW, Cavanagh RA, Shreeve RS, Korb RE, Whitehouse MJ, Rodhouse PG, Enderlein P, Hirst AG, Martin AR, Briggs DR, Cunningham NJ, Fleming AH (2012). Spatial and temporal operation of the Scotia Sea ecosystem. In: Rogers AD, Johnston NM, Murphy EJ, Clarke A. (eds). Antarctic ecosystems: An extreme environment in a changing world. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 160-212

  34. Neuheimer AB, MacKenzie BR. Explaining life history variation in a changing climate across a species’ range.  Ecology. 95: 3364-337.5

  35. Prowe AEF, Pahlow M, Dutkiewicz S, Oschlies A (2014). How important is diversity for capturing environmental-change responses in ecosystem models? Biogeosciences 11(12): 3397-3407, doi: 10.5194/bg-11-3397-2014

  36. Reuman DC, Gislason H, Barnes C, Mèlin F, Jennings S (2014). The marine diversity spectrum. J. Anim. Ecol., 83(4): 963-979.   http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2656.12194

  37. Sainmont J, Andersen, KH, Varpe Ø, Visser AW (2014). Capital versus income breeding in a seasonal Environment. American Naturalist 184 (4): DOI: 10.1086/677926

  38. Sainmont J, Webster C, Heuschele J, Gislason A, Sylvander P, Wang M, Varpe Ø (2014). Inter- and intra-specific diurnal habitat selection of zooplankton during the spring bloom observed by Video Plankton Recorder. Marine Biology 161 (8): 1931-1941

  39. Sanders R, Henson S, Koski M, De La Rocha CL, Painter SC, Poulton A, Riley J, Salihoglu B, Visser AW, Yool A, Bellerby R, Martin A (2014). The Biological Carbon Pump in the North Atlantic. Prog Oceanogr. DOI: 10.1016/j.pocean.2014.05.005

  40. Schilder F, Bureau E, Santos I, Thomsen J, Starke J (2014, submitted). Continuation in Experiments: An Atlas Algorithm for Noise-Contaminated Zero Problems

  41. Scott F, Blanchard JL, Andersen KH (2014). mizer: an R package for multispecies, trait-based and community size spectrum ecological modelling. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 5: 1121-1125

  42. van der Molen J, van Beek J, Augustine S, Vansteenbrugge L, van Walraven L, Langenberg V, van der Veer HW, Hostens K, Pitois S, Robbens J (2014). Modelling survival and connectivity of Mnemiopsis leidyi in the southern North Sea and Scheldt estuaries. Ocean Sci. Discuss. 11: 1561-1611

  43. Wadhwa N, Andersen A, Kiørboe T (2014). Hydrodynamics and energetics of jumping copepod nauplii and copepodids. J Exp Biol 217: 1-10. doi:10.1242/jeb.105676

  44. Zhang L, Thygesen UH, Banerjee M (2014). Size-dependent diffusion promotes the emergence of spatiotemporal patterns. Physical Review E: 90, issue: 1

Popular articles in 2014

  1. Jacobsen, N.S. (2014) Fiskeyngel er fremtidens nytårstorsk, Aktuel Naturvidenskab 3 Juli 2014

  2. Kiørboe, T., Andersen A. Bohr T (2014) Forskning på tværs af faggrænser. Aktuel Naturvidenskab, 1: 32-36 

  3. Kiørboe, T, Hylstofte Sichlau, M (2014) Lækre lopper scorer bedst. Aktuel Naturvidenskab 3:8-11 

  4. Olsson. K.H. (2014) Hvorfor lægger fisk små æg? Aktuel Naturvidenskab 5: 8-10 
     

2013

  1. Andersen KH, Beyer JE (2013). Size structure, not metabolic scaling rules, determines fisheries reference points. Fish and Fisheries

  2. Barton A, Pershing A, Litchman E, Record N, Edwards K, Finkel Z, Kiørboe T, Ward B (2013). The Biogeography of Marine Plankton Traits. Ecol. Lett. 16: 522–534. doi: 10.1111/ele.12063

  3. Brander K (2013). Climate and current anthropogenic impacts on fisheries. Climatic Change 119: 9-21

  4. Brander K, Neuheimer A, Andersen KH, Hartvig M (2013). Food for Thought: Overconfidence in model projections. ICES Journal of Marine Science 70(6), 1065–1068

  5. Bureau E, Schilder F, Santos I, Thomsen J, Starke J (2013). Experimental Bifurcation Analysis of an Impact Oscillator – Tuning a Non-Invasive Control Scheme. Journal of Sound and Vibration 332(22), 5883–5897

  6. Dickey-Collas M, Engelhard GH, Rindorf A, Raab K, Smout S, Aarts G, van Deurs M, Brunel T, Hoff A, Lauerburg RAM, Garthe S, Andersen KH, Scott F, van Kooten T, Beare D, Peck MA (2013). Ecosystem-based management objectives for the North Sea: riding the forage fish rollercoaster. ICES Journal of Marine Science. doi:10.1093/icesjms/fst075

  7. FitzGeorge-Balfour T, Hirst AG, Lucas CH, Craggs J (2013). Influence of copepod size and behaviour on vulnerability to predation by the scyphomedusa Aurelia aurita. Journal of Plankton Research. doi: 10.1093/plankt/fbt077

  8. Flynn KJ, Hansen PJ (2013). Cutting the canopy to defeat the "selfish gene"; conflicting selection pressures for the integration of phototrophy in mixotrophic protists. Protist. 164: 811-823

  9. Flynn, KJ, Stoecker DK, Mitra A, Raven JA, Glibert PM, Hansen PJ, Granéli E, and Burkholder JM (2013) Misuse of the phytoplankton-zooplankton dichotomy: the need to assign organisms as mixotrophs within plankton functional types. Journal of Plankton Research. J. Plankton Res. 35: 3-11 doi:10.1093/plankt/fbs062

  10. Gaididei Y, Gorria C, Berkemer R, Christiansen P, Kawamoto A, Sørensen M, Starke J (2013). Stochastic control of traffic patterns. Invited article for special issue “Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations: Theory and Applications to Complex Systems”

  11. (editors: Henri Berestycki, Danielle Hilhorst, Frank Merle, Masayasu Mimura and Khashayar Pakdaman) of NHM (Networks and Heterogeneous Media), 8(1), 261–273, dedicated to Professor Hiroshi Matano on the occasion of his 60th birthday

  12. Hansen PJ, Nielsen LT, Johnson M, Berge T, Flynn KJ (2013). Acquired phototrophy in Mesodinium and Dinophysis – A review of cellular organization, prey selectivity, nutrient uptake and bioenergetics. Harmful Algae 28:126-139

  13. Hartvig M, Andersen KH (2013). Coexistence of structured populations with size-based prey selection. Theoretical Population Ecology 89:24-33

  14. Heuschele J, Eliassen S, Kiørboe T (2013). Optimal mate choice patterns in pelagic copepods. Oecologia 172:399-408. doi 10.1007/s00442-012-2516-4

  15. Hirst AG, Bonnet D, Conway DVP, Kiørboe T (2013). Female-biased sex ratios in marine pelagic copepods: Comment on Gusmão et al. (2013). Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. doi: 10.3354/meps10522

  16. Hirst AG, Forster J (2013). When growth models are not universal: evidence from marine invertebrates. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 280:20131546. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2013.1546

  17. Hollowed AB, Barange M, Beamish RJ, Brander K, et al (2013). Projected impacts of climate change on marine fish and fisheries. ICES Journal of Marine Science (ISSN: 10543139). http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/icesjms/fst081), 70: 1023-1037

  18. Houle JE, Andersen KH, Farnsworth KD, Reid DG (2013). Emerging asymmetric interactions between forage and predator fisheries impose management trade-offs. Journal of Fish Biology 83(4) 890-904

  19. Hylander S, Grenvald JC, Kiørboe T (2013). Fitness costs and benefits of ultraviolet radiation exposure in marine pelagic copepods. Functional Ecology. doi: 10.1111/1365-2435.12159

  20. Jansen T, Gislason H (2013). Population Structure of Atlantic Mackerel (Scomber scombrus) PloS one 8 (5), e64744

  21. Jaspers C, Haraldsson M, Lombard F, Bolte S, Kiørboe T (2013). Seasonal dynamics of early life stages of invasive and native ctenophores give clues to invasion and bloom potential in the Baltic Sea. J. Plankton Res. 35: 582–594

  22. Jonsen ID, Basson M, Bestley S, Bravington MV, Patterson TA, Pedersen MW, Thomson R, Thygesen UH, and Wotherspoon SJ (2013). State-space models for bio-loggers: A methodological road map. Deep-Sea Research. Part 2: Topical Studies in Oceanography 88-89: 34-46. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.dsr2.2012.07.008

  23. Kiørboe T (2013). Attack or attacked: The sensory and fluid mechanical constraints of copepod predator-prey interactions. Int Comp Biol, pp. 1–11. doi:10.1093/icb/ict021

  24. Kiørboe T (2013). Zooplankton body composition. Limnol. Oceanogr. 58:1843-1850. doi:10.4319/lo.2013.58.5.1843

  25. Kiørboe T, Jiang H (2013). To eat and not be eaten: Optimal foraging behavior in suspension feeding copepods. J. Roy. Soc. Int. 10: 20120693. doi.org/10.1098/rsif.2012.0693

  26. Litchman E, Ohman M, Kiørboe T (2013). Trait-based approaches to zooplankton communities. J Plankton Res 35: 473–484
    (Featured on the front cover)

  27. Lombard F, Guidi L, Kiørboe T (2013). Effect of type and concentration of ballasting particles on sinking rate of marine snow produced by the appendicularian Oikopleura dioica. PlosOne 8(9): e75676. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0075676

  28. Lombard F, Koski M, Kiørboe T (2013). Copepods use chemical trails to find sinking marine snow aggregates. Limnol. Oceanogr. 58: 185-192

  29. MacKenzie B, Payne MR (2013). Fisheries: Manage declines. Nature, 495: 314

  30. Mariani P, Andersen KH, Visser AW, Barton AD, Kiørboe T (2013). Control of plankton seasonal succession by adaptive grazing. Limnol Oceanogr 58(1) 173-184

  31. Martens EA, Thutupalli S, Fourrière A, Hallatschek O (2013). Chimera states in mechanical oscillator networks. PNAS 2013 110: 10563-10567

  32. Mitra K, Flynn J, Burkholder JM, Berge T, Calbet A, Raven JA, Granéli E, Glibert PM,Hansen PJ, Stoecker DK, Thingstad F, Tillmann U, Våge S, Wilken S, Zubkov MV (2013). The role of mixotrophic protists in the biological carbon pump. Biogeosciences Discussions 10: 13535-13562

  33. Neuheimer AB, MacKenzie BR (2013). Explaining variation in life history timing across a species’ range: Spawning time in an exploited marine fish. ICES Annual Science Conference, Sept. 23-27, 2013

  34. Payne MR (2013). Climate change at the dinner table. Nature, 497: 320–321
    (Featured as the 2013 Editors choice in Nature 504: 386)

  35. Peck MA, Neuenfeldt S, Essington T, Trenkel VM, Takasuka A, Gislason H, Dickey-Collas M, Andersen KH, Ravn-Jonsen L, Vestergaard N, Kvamsdal S, Gårdmark A, Link J, Rice JC (2013). Forage fish interactions: A symposium on creating the tools for ecosystem-based management of marine resources. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 71:1-4. doi:10.1093/icesjms/fst174

  36. Poloczanska ES,…, Brander K, et al (2013). Global imprint of climate change on marine life. Nature Clim.Change 3 (10): 919-25

  37. Prowe AEF, Pahlow M, Dutkiewicz S, Oschlies A (2013). Small diversity effects on ocean primary production under environmental change in a diversity-resolving ocean ecosystem model. Biogeosciences Discuss. 10:12571-12591. doi:10.5194/bgd-10-12571-2013

  38. Rice J, Daan N, Gislason H, Pope JG (2013). Does functional redundancy stabilize fish communities? ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil 70 (4), 734-742

  39. Ross SD, Behrens JW, Brander K, Methling C, Mork J (2013). Haemoglobin genotypes in cod (Gadus morhua L): their geographic distribution and physiological significance. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology. 166:158-168

  40. Sainmont J, Thygesen UH, Visser AW (2013). Diel vertical migration arising in a habitat selection game. Theoretical Ecology, 6(2):241–251. doi: 10.1007/s12080-012-0174-0

  41. Salinger MJ, Bell JD, Evans K, Hobday AJ, Allain V, Brander K, Dexter P, Harrison DE, Hollowed AB, Lee B, Stefanski R (2013). Climate and oceanic fisheries: recent observations and projections and future needs. Climatic Change. 119: 213-221

  42. Sparrevohn C, Lindegren M, MacKenzie BR (2013). Climatic induced response of commercially important flatfish species near Denmark during the 20th century. Fisheries Oceanography 22: 400-408

  43. Starke J (2013). Dynamical System Approaches to Combinatorial Optimization. Invited Chapter. Pages 1065-1124 in Pardalos P, Du D-Z, Graham R: Handbook of Combinatorial Optimization, 2nd Edition. Springer Verlag, Heidelberg, New York

  44. Tiselius P, Saiz E, Kiørboe T (2013). Sensory capabilities and food capture of two small copepods, Paracalanus parvus and Pseudocalanus sp. Limnol Oceanogr. 58: 1657-1666. doi:10.4319/lo.2013.58.5.1657

  45. Visser AW, Fiksen Ø (2013). Optimal foraging in marine ecosystem models: selectivity, profitability and switching. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 473: 91-101

  46. Zhang L, Hartvig M, Knudsen M, Andersen KH (2013). Size-based predictions of food web patterns. Theoretical Ecology 

Popular articles in 2013

  1. Kiørboe T, Andersen A (2013). Sirupssvømmerne. Weekendavisen, Ideer, 19: 8-9

  2. Payne MR, Kiørboe T (2013). Immigranter sydfra på tallerkenen. Weekendavisen, Ideer, 20: 3

  3. Nielsen LT, Kiørboe T (2013). Plankton med helgardering. Weekendavisen, Ideer, 31: 4-5

  4. Kiørboe T, Heuschele J, Selander E (2013). Havets dufte. Aktuel Naturvidenskab 3: 30-33
    Article pdf

  5. Kiørboe T, Hylander S (2013). Plankton beskytter sig med solcreme. Videnskab.dk 18 november.
    http://videnskab.dk/miljo-naturvidenskab/plankton-beskytter-sig-med-solcreme

  6. Havets usynlige liv, Billed-artikel i ‘Ud og Se’, Juni 2013. http://ipaper.ipapercms.dk/DSB/udogse/2013/Juni2013/

2012

  1. Andersen MB, Bruno E, and Kiørboe T (2012) The Kinematics of Swimming and Relocation Jumps in Copepod Nauplii. PLosOne 7(10): e47486. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0047486

  2. Bell J, Evans K, Hobday A, Allain V, Brander K, Dexter P, Harrison E, Hollowed A, Lee B, and Stefanski R (2012) Climate and oceanic fisheries: Recent observations and projections, and future needs. Climatic Change (ISSN: 0165-0009)

  3. Berge T, Poulsen LK, Moldrup M, Daugbjerg N, and Hansen PJ (2012) Marine microalgae attack and feed on metazoans. ISME Journal. 6: 1926-1936 
    (Selected as Editors Choice in Science and Featured article in ISME Journal)

  4. Berge T, Daugbjerg N, and Hansen PJ (2012) Isolation and cultivation of microalgae select for low production rate and tolerance to high pH. Harmful algae 20: 101-110

  5. Bergkvist J, Thor P, Jakobsen HH, Wängberg SA, and Selander E (2012) Grazer-induced chain length plasticity reduces grazing risk in a marine diatom. Limnology and Oceanography 57: 318-324

  6. Brander K (2012) Climate and current anthropogenic impacts on fisheries. Climatic Change. doi:10.1007/s10584-012-0541-2

  7. Brander K, and Havenhand J (2012) Impacts of climate change, including acidification, on marine ecosystems and fisheries. In: Climate impacts on the Baltic Sea: From science to policy (ISBN: 978-3-642-25727-8), pages: 129-160, 2012, Springer, Berlin

  8. Bruno E, Andersen MB, and Kiørboe T (2012). Prey detection and capture in copepod nauplii. PLosOne. 7: e47906. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0047906

  9. Burrows MT, Brander KS et al. (2012)  Invasive species unchecked by climate - response. Science 335: 538-539

  10. Charnov EL, Gislason H, and Pope JG (2012)  Evolutionary assembly rules for fish life histories. Fish and Fisheries. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-2979.2012.00467.x

  11. Corradi O, Hjorth P, and Starke J (2012) Equation-free detection and continuation of a Hopf bifurcation point in a particle model of pedestrian flow, SIAM Journal on Applied Dynamical Systems 11(3), 1007-1032.

  12. Forster J, and Hirst AG (2012) The temperature-size rule emerges from ontogenetic differences between growth and development rates. Functional Ecology 26: 483-492

  13. Forster J, Hirst AG, and Atkinson D (2012) Warming-induced reductions in body size are greater in aquatic than terrestrial species. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci USA 109: 19310-19314
    (Featured on the front cover and as the lead article)

  14. Forster J, Hirst AG, and Esteban G (2012) Exploring the mechanism of the temperature-size rule in unicellular organisms. The ISME Journal: multidisciplinary journal of microbial ecology. doi: 10.1038/ismej.2012.76

  15. Hansen MO, Nielsen TG, Stedmon C, and Munk P (2012 ) Oceanographic regime shift during 1997 in Disko Bay, Western Greenland. Limnol. Oceanogr., 57(2), 2012, 634–644

  16. Hansen PJ, Moldrup M, Tarangkoon W, Garcia-Cuetos L, and Moestrup Ø (2012) Direct evidence for symbiont sequestration in the marine red tide ciliate Mesodinium rubrum. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 66: 63-75

  17. Henriksen MV, Madsen SJ, Nielsen TG, Møller EF, Henriksen KV, Markager SS, and Hansen BW (2012) Effect of temperature and food availability on feeding and egg production of Calanus hyperboreus in Disko Bay, Western Greenland. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 447: 109-126

  18. Heuschele J, and Kiørboe T (2012) The smell of virgins. Mating status of females affects male swimming behaviour in Oithona davisae. J. Plankton Res. 34: 929-935
    (Featured article and featured on the cover)

  19. Heuschele J, Salminen T, and Candolin U (2012) Habitat change influences mate search behaviour in three-spined sticklebacks. Animal Behaviour 83:1505–1510

  20. Hirst AG (2012) Intra-specific scaling of mass to length in pelagic animals: Ontogenetic shape change and its implications. Limnol. Oceanogr. 57: 1579-1590

  21. Jaspers C, Haraldson M, Bolte S, Reusch TBH, and Kiørboe T (2012) Ctenophore population recruits entirely through larval reproduction in the central Baltic Sea. Biol. Lett. 8: 809-812
    (Featured in Nature as a Research highlight)

  22. Jennings S, Andersen KH, and Blanchard J. Marine Ecology and Fisheries (2012) In: Metabolic ecology: a scaling approach. Editors: Richard M. Sibly, James H. Brown, Astrid Kodric-Brown. John Wiley and Sons

  23. Kjellerup S, Dünweber M, Swalethorp R, Nielsen TG, Møller EF, Markaager S, and Hansen BW (2012) The effect of a future warmer ocean on the co-existing copepods Calanus finmarchicus and C. glacialis. In the Disko bay western Greenland Mar Ecol Prog Ser 447: 87-108

  24. Kjellerup S, and Kiørboe T (2012) Prey detection in a cruising copepod. Biol. Lett. 8: 438-441
    (Featured in Science, Science NOW)

  25. Litchman E, Edwards KF, Klausmeier CA, and Thomas MK (2012) Phytoplankton niches, traits and eco-evolutionary responses to global environmental change. Theme section on "Biological responses in an anthropogenically modified ocean". Marine Ecology Progress Series 470: 235-248

  26. Maar M, Møller EF, Gürkan Z, Jónasdóttir SH, and Nielsen TG (2012) Sensitivity of Calanus spp. copepods to environmental changes in the North Sea using life-stage structured models. Progress in Oceanogr. doi: 10.1016/j.pocean.2012.10.004

  27. MacKenzie BR, and Mariani P (2012) Spawning of bluefin tuna in the Black Sea: historical evidence, environmental constraints and population plasticity.  PloS ONE 7(7): e39998. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0039998

  28. Michel C, Bluhm B, Gallucci V, Gaston AJ, Gordillo FLJ, Gradinger R, Hopcroft RR, Jensen N, Mustonen T, Niemi A, and Nielsen TG (2012) Biodiversity of Arctic marine ecosystems and responses to climate change. Biodiversity, 13:3-4, 200-214

  29. Murphy EJ, and others including Hirst AG (2012) Spatial and temporal operation of the Scotia Sea ecosystem. Antarctica: An Extreme Environment in a Changing World, Editors: Rogers, AD, Murphy, EJ, Johnston, NM, Clarke, A et al. John Wiley & Sons (London)

  30. Møller EF, Maar M, Jónasdóttir SH, Nielsen TG, and Tönnesson K (2012) The effect of changes in temperature and food on the development of Calanus finmarchicus and Calanus helgolandicus populations. Limnol Ocenogr 57(1) : 211–220

  31. Reckermann M, Brander K, MacKenzie B, and Omstedt A (eds) 2012. Climate impacts on the Baltic Sea: From science to policy. doi: 10.1007/978-3-642-25728-5

  32. Richardson AJ, Brown CJ, Brander K, Bruno JF, Buckley L, Burrows MT, Duarte CM, Halpern BS, Hoegh-Guldberg O, Holding J, Kappel CV, Kiessling W, Moore PJ, O'Connor MI, Pandolfi JM, Parmesan C, Schoeman DS, Schwing F, Sydeman WJ, and Poloczanska ES (2012). Climate change and marine life. Biology Letters, 8: 907-909, 2012

  33. Sainmont J, Thygesen UH, and Visser A (2012) Diel vertical migration arising in a habitat selection game. Theoretical Ecology 1874-1738. doi: 10.1007/s12080-012-0174-0

  34. Selander E, Fagerberg T, Wohlrab S, and Pavia H (2012) Fight and flight in marine dinoflagellates? -kinetics of simultaneous grazer induced responses in Alexandrium tamarense. Limnology and Oceanography 57:58-64

  35. Teixeiraa IG, Crespoa BG. Nielsen TG, and Figueirasa FG (2012) Role of microzooplankton during a Phaeocystis sp. bloom in the Oosterschelde (SW Netherlands) J. Mar Res 97-106

  36. Visser AW, Mariani P, and Pigolotti S (2012) Adaptive behaviour, tri-trophic food-web stability and damping of chaos. J Roy Soc Interface. doi: 10.1098/rsif.2011.0686

  37. Zhang L, Thygesen UH, Knudsen K, and Andersen KH (2012) Trait diversity promotes stability of community dynamics. Theoretical Ecology. doi: 10.1007/s12080-012-0160-6  

 

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