• Adaptive management of living marine resources by integrating different data sources and key ecological processes (ADMAR): A joint effort by IMR and CEES 

      Handegard, Nils Olav; Stenseth, Nils Christian; Dankel, Dorothy Jane; Durant, Joël M.; Eikeset, Anne Maria; Enberg, Katja; Hjermann, Dag Ø.; Huse, Geir; Pennington, Michael; Skern-Mauritzen, Mette; Stige, Leif Christian; Subbey, Samuel; Vølstad, Jon Helge (ICES CM documents;2010/R:26 Poster;, Working paper, 2010-09)
    • Bridging the gap between aquatic and terrestrial ecology 

      Stergiou, Konstantinos I.; Browman, Howard I.; Stenseth, Nils Christian; Mysterud, Atle; Durant, Joël M.; Hjermann, Dag Ø.; Ottersen, Geir (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2005-12-08)
    • Climate and the match or mismatch between predator requirements and resource availability 

      Durant, Joël M.; Hjermann, Dag Ø.; Ottersen, Geir; Stenseth, Nils Christian (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2007-04-20)
      Climate influences a population through a variety of processes, including reproduction, growth, migration patterns and phenology. Climate may operate either directly through metabolic and reproductive processes or indirectly ...
    • Cod in a changing climate Match-mismatch and Threshold for the North Sea cod recruitment 

      Durant, Joël M.; Hjermann, Dag Ø.; Stenseth, Nils Christian; Beaugrand, Grégory (ICES CM documents;2005 / AA:01, Working paper, 2005)
      Climatic changes are disrupting otherwise tight trophic interactions between predator and prey. Most of the earlier studies have primarily focused on the temporal dimension of the relationship in the framework of the ...
    • Differential responses of three sympatric seabirds to spatio-temporal variability in shared resources 

      Sabarros, Philippe Sunil; Durant, Joël M.; Grémillet, David; Crawford, Robert J.M.; Stenseth, Nils Christian (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012-11-14)
      Environmental change linked to climate and human activities may affect top predators via the food chain in marine systems. Understanding the functional link between resources and predator responses (e.g. foraging effort, ...
    • Extension of the match-mismatch hypothesis to predator-controlled systems 

      Durant, Joël M.; Hjermann, Dag Ø.; Falkenhaug, Tone; Gifford, Dian J.; Naustvoll, Lars-Johan; Sullivan, Barbara K.; Beaugrand, Grégory; Stenseth, Nils Christian (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013-01-31)
      Differential change in the phenology of predators and prey is a potentially important climate-mediated mechanism influencing populations. The match-mismatch hypothesis describes the effect of predator-prey population ...
    • Fish and oil in the Lofoten–Barents Sea system: synoptic review of the effect of oil spills on fish populations 

      Hjermann, Dag Ø.; Melsom, Arne; Dingsør, Gjert Endre; Durant, Joël M.; Eikeset, Anne Maria; Røed, Lars Petter; Ottersen, Geir; Storvik, Geir; Stenseth, Nils Christian (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2007-06-06)
      The Lofoten-Barents Sea area, which contains some of the most valuable fish stocks of the Atlantic Ocean, is being considered for offshore oil production. We review the effects of a hypothetical oil spill on fishes in this ...
    • Pros and cons of using seabirds as ecological indicators 

      Durant, Joël M.; Hjermann, Dag Ø.; Frederiksen, Morten; Charrassin, Jean-Benoit; Le Maho, Yvon; Sabarros, Philippe Sunil; Crawford, Robert J.M.; Stenseth, Nils Christian (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2009-07-14)
      Climate change and overfishing are increasingly causing unanticipated changes in marine ecosystems (e.g. shifts in species dominance). In order to understand and anticipate these changes, there is a crucial need for ...
    • Reversing the Match-mismatch relationship: the prey point of view 

      Durant, Joël M.; Hjermann, Dag Ø.; Stenseth, Nils Christian (ICES CM documents;2009/ P:08, Working paper, 2009)
      Climate influences populations through a variety of processes. One mechanism that may be particularly important is the role of climate in disrupting un-equally the phenology of the predator and prey in a food chain. The ...
    • Temporal Dynamics of Top Predators Interactions in the Barents Sea 

      Durant, Joël M.; Skern-Mauritzen, Mette; Krasnov, Yuri V.; Nikolaeva, Natalia G.; Lindstrøm, Ulf; Dolgov, Andrey V. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014-11-03)
      The Barents Sea system is often depicted as a simple food web in terms of number of dominant feeding links. The most conspicuous feeding link is between the Northeast Arctic cod Gadus morhua, the world's largest cod stock ...