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PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title Professor
Department Marine Ecosystem Management
Institution
Address
Technical University of Denmark Aqua, National Institute of Aquatic Resources Jaegersborg Alle 1
Charlottenlund
2920
Denmark
Tel [45] 21157489
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree MSci
Job type Research , Natural Resource Management
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture
Research Activities I am currently working on understanding the links between fittness, abundance and diversity in fish communities
Working languages English, Danish
Skills/Expertise Multispecies modelling of fish stocks, Fish stock assessment; Ecosystem impacts of fishing; Size-based indicators of fishing impacts on marine fish communities; Species coexistence in marine fish commmunities; Fish species diversity
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Professor Henrik GISLASON)

Jansen T., Gislason H., [2013] Population Structure of Atlantic Mackerel (Scomber scombrus). PLoS ONE 8(5): e64744. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0064744
Rice, J., Daan, N., Gislason, H., and Pope, J.G. 2013. Does functional redundancy stabilize fish communities? ICES J. Mar. Sci., 70, 734?742
Charnov, E.L., Gislason, H., and Pope, J.G. [2013] Evolutionary assembly rules for fish life histories. Fish and Fisheries, 14, 213-224
Daan, N., Gislason, H., Pope, J.G., and Rice, J. [2011]. 'The reports of world fisheries death are greatly exaggerated'. ICES J. Mar. Sci. 68, 1375-1378
Eero, M., MacKenzie, B.R, Köster, F.W., and Gislason, H. [2011]. Multi-decadal responses of a cod (Gadus morhua) population to human-induced trophic changes, fishing, and climate. Ecological Applications 21, 214-226.
Jansen, T., and Gislason, H. [2011]. Temperature affects the timing of spawning and migration of North Sea mackerel. Continental Shelf Research 31, 64-72.
Gislason, H., Daan, N., Rice, J.C., and Pope, J.G. [2010]. Size, growth, temperature and the natural mortality of marine fish. Fish and Fisheries 11, 149-158.
Pope J.G., Falk-Pedersen J., Jennings S., Rice J.C., Gislason, H. and Daan, N. [2009] Honey, I cooled the cods: Modelling the effect of temperature on the structure of Boreal/Arctic fish ecosystems. Deep Sea Research part II, Topical Studies in Oceanography 56 (21-22): 2097-2107
Andersen K.H., Farnsworth K.D., Pedersen M., Gislason, H. and Beyer, J.E. [2009] How community ecology links natural mortality, growth and production of fish populations. ICES Journal of Marine Research 66, 1978-1984
Gislason, H., Pope, J.G., Rice, J., and Daan, N. 2008. Coexistence in North Sea fish communities: implications for growth and natural mortality. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 65: 514?530.
Degnbol, P., Gislason, H., Hanna, S., Jentoft, S., Raakjær Nielsen, J., Sverdrup-Jensen, S., and Clyde Wilson, D.,[2006] Painting the floor with a hammer: Technical fixes in fisheries management. Marine Policy 30(5): 534-543
Rindorf, A., Gislason, H., and Lewy, P. 2006. Prey switching of cod and whiting in the North Sea. Mar.Ecol. Prog. Ser. 325: 243-253
Shin, Y.J., Rochet, M.J., Jennings, S., Field, J. and Gislason, H. [2005] Using size-based indicators to evaluate the ecosystem effects of fishing. ICES J. Mar. Sci., 62: 384-396.
Rindorf, A. and H. Gislason, [2005] Functional and aggregative response of North Sea whiting. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 324, 1 ?19
Daan, N., Gislason, H., Pope, J., and J. Rice [2005] Changes in the size structure of the North Sea fish community. ICES. J. Mar. Sci., 62, 177-188
Collie, J.S., H. Gislason and M. Vinther [2003] Using AMOEBA?s to Integrate Multispecies, Multifleet Fisheries Advice. ICES Journal Marine Science 60, 709-720
Collie, J. S. and H. Gislason [2001] Biological reference points for fish stocks in a multispecies context. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 58, 11, 2167-2176.
Bianchi, G., H. Gislason, K. Graham, L. Hill, K. Koranteng, S. Manickchand-Heileman, I. Paya, K. Sainsbury, F. Sanchez, X. Jin and K. Zwanenburg [2000] Impact of fishing on size composition and diversity of demersal fish communities. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 57(3):558-571
Kvist, T., H. Gislason and P. Thyregod [2000] Using continuation-ratio logits to analyze the variation of the age composition of fish catches. Journal of Applied Statistics, Vol. 27(3):303-320.
Gislason, H., M. Sinclair, K. Sainsbury and R. O?Boyle [2000] Symposium overview: Incorporating ecosystem objectives in fisheries management. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 57(3):468-475
Gislason, H.[1999] Single and multispecies reference points for Baltic fish stocks ICES Journal of Marine Science 56, 571-583
Kuikka, S., M. Hildén, H. Gislason, S. Hansson, H.Sparholt and O.Varis [1999] Modelling Environmentally driven Uncertainties in Baltic Cod Management using Bayesian Influence Diagrams Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science, 56(4),629-641
Pope, J. G., Rice, J., Daan, N., Jennings, S., and Gislason, H., 2006. Modelling an exploited marine fish community with 15 parameters ? results from a simple size-based model. ICES Journal of Marine Science 63(6): 1029-1044


Created: 2000-01-03 Last Updated: 2016-06-23 by Henrik GISLASON