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Details of Dr. Jarl Giske   


Gender male
Job title professor
Department Dept of Biology
University of Bergen, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences ( UiB)
Postboks 7803 Realfagbygget Allégt. 41 Bergen NO-5020
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Website http://www.bio.uib.no/te/jg/, http://http://www.uib.no/en/persons/Jarl.Giske
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Degree Dr. philos.
Job type Teaching/Education , Research
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology
Research Activities Modelling behaviour, life history strategies and spatial distibution of fish and zooplankton
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. Jarl GISKE)

Thingstad T. Frede, Bernadette Pree, Jarl Giske & Selina Våge 2015. What difference does it make if viruses are strain-, rather than species-specific? Front. Microbiol. 6:320
Stillman Richard A., Steven F. Railsback, Jarl Giske, Uta Berger & Volker Grimm 2015. Making predictions in a changing world: the benefits of individual-based ecology. BioScience 65: 140-150
Giske Jarl, Sigrunn Eliassen, Øyvind Fiksen, Per J. Jakobsen, Dag L. Aksnes, Marc Mangel & Christian Jørgensen 2014. The emotion system promotes diversity and evolvability. Proc. R. Soc. B. 281 20141096
Godø O.R., Handegard, N.O., Browman, H.I., Macaulay, G.J., Kaartvedt, S., Giske, J., Ona, E., Huse, G. & Johnsen, E 2014. Marine ecosystem acoustics (MEA): quantifying processes in the sea at the spatio-temporal scales on which they occur. ICES Journal of Marine Science 71: 2357-2369
Giske Jarl, Sigrunn Eliassen, Øyvind Fiksen, Per J. Jakobsen, Dag L. Aksnes, Christian Jørgensen & Marc Mangel 2013. Effects of the emotion system on adaptive behavior. Am. Nat. 182: 689-703
Castellani M, S Våge, E Strand, TF Thingstad & J Giske 2013. The Scaled Subspaces Method: A new trait-based approach to model communities of populations with largely inhomogeneous density. Ecol Mod 251, 173-186
Våge Selina, Marco Castellani, Jarl Giske & T. Frede Thingstad 2013. Successful strategies in size structured mixotrophic food webs. Aquat Ecol 47: 329?347
Bauer S, BA Nolet, J Giske, JW Chapman, S Åkesson, A Hedenström & JM Fryxell 2011. Cues and decision rules in animal migration. Chapter 6 (pp. 68-87) in Animal Migration ? a synthesis, E.J. Milner-Gulland, J.M. Fryxell, and T. Sinclair (eds). Oxford University Press
Grimm V, U Berger, DL DeAngelis, JG Polhill, J Giske & SF Railsback 2010. The ODD protocol: a review and first update. Ecol Mod 221, 2760-2768
Grimm V, U Berger, F Bastiansen, S Eliassen, V Ginot, J Giske, J Goss-Custard, T Grand, SK Heinz, G Huse, A Huth, JU Jepsen, C Jørgensen, WM Mooij, B Müller, G Pe?er, C Piou, SF Railsback, AM Robbins, MM Robbins, E Rossmanith, N Rüger, E Strand, S Souissi, R Stillmann, R Vabø, U Visser & DL DeAngelis 2006. A standard protocol for describing individual-based and agent-based models. Ecol Mod 198, 115-126
Giske, J., M. Mangel, P. Jakobsen, G. Huse, C. Wilcox & E. Strand 2003. Explicit trade-off rules in proximate adaptive agents. Evol Ecol Res 5, 835-864
Huse, G, J Giske 2003. Utilizing different levels of adaptation in individual-based modeling. In Handbook of Scaling Methods in Aquatic Ecology: Measurement, Analysis, Simulation. L. Seuront and Peter G. Strutton (eds.), CRC Press, pp. 511-525
Strand, E., G. Huse & J. Giske 2002. Artificial evolution of life history and behavior. Am. Nat. 159, 624-644
Huse, G., J. Giske & A.G.V. Salvanes 2002. Individual-based modelling. Chapter 11 (pp 228-248) in Handbook of Fish and Fisheries (ed: PJB Hart & JD Reynolds). Blackwell Science
Carlotti, F. J. Giske & F. Werner 2000. Modeling zooplankton dynamics. Pp 571-667 in Harris, R., P. Wiebe, J. Lenz, H.R. Skjoldal & M. Huntley (eds) ICES zooplankton methodology manual. Academic Press.
Nøttestad, L., J. Giske, J.C. Holst & G. Huse 1999. A length based hypothesis for feeding migrations in pelagic fish. Can J Fish Aquat Sci 56 (Suppl. 1), 26-34
Huse, G. and J. Giske 1998. Ecology in the sea of Pentium: An individual-based spatio-temporal model for fish with adapted behaviour. Fisheries Research 37, 163-178
Giske, J., G. Huse & Ø. Fiksen 1998. Modelling spatial dynamics of fish. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 8: 57-91
Giske, J., R. Rosland, J. Berntsen and Ø. Fiksen 1997. Ideal free distribution of copepods under predation risk. Ecological Modelling 95, 45-59
Fiksen, Ø. and J. Giske 1995. Vertical distri¬bution and population dynamics of copepods by dynamic optimization. ICES Journal of marine Science 52, 483-503
Giske, J. and A.G.V. Salvanes 1995. Why pelagic planktivores should be unselective feeders. Journal of theoretical Biology 173: 41-50
Giske, J., D.L. Aksnes and Ø. Fiksen 1994. Visual predators, environmental variables and zooplankton mortality risk. Vie Milieu 44, 1-9
Aksnes, D.L. and J. Giske 1993. A theoretical model of aquatic visual feeding. Ecol. Mod. 67, 233-250
Aksnes, D.L. and J. Giske 1990. Habitat profitability in pelagic environments. Marine Ecology Progress Series 64, 209-215

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Created: 1997-03-07 Last Updated: 2016-07-01 by Jarl GISKE