Bilde av Pedersen, Torstein
Bilde av Pedersen, Torstein
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Torstein Pedersen


Professor. Fiskerbiologi og -økologi


  • Marcela Conceicao Nascimento, Berengere Husson, Lilia Guillet, Torstein Pedersen :
    Modelling the spatial shifts of functional groups in the Barents Sea using a climate-driven spatial food web model
    Ecological Modelling 2023 ARKIV / DOI
  • Lise Helen Ofstad, Hjálmar Hátún, Torstein Pedersen, Petur Steingrund, Bjarni Mikkelsen :
    Horizontal and Vertical Migration of Anglerfish Lophius piscatorius in Relation to Hydrography in Faroese Waters
    Frontiers in Marine Science 2022 ARKIV / DOI
  • Torstein Pedersen, Colin Patrick Amundsen, Stephen Wickler :
    Characteristics of early Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua L.) catches based on otoliths recovered from archaeological excavations at medieval to early modern sites in northern Norway
    ICES Journal of Marine Science 2022 ARKIV / DOI
  • Torstein Pedersen :
    Comparison Between Trophic Positions in the Barents Sea Estimated From Stable Isotope Data and a Mass Balance Model
    Frontiers in Marine Science 2022 ARKIV / DOI
  • Benjamin Planque, Johanna Myrseth Aarflot, Lucie Buttay, JoLynn Carroll, Sara Filippa Krusmynta Fransner, Cecilie Hansen m.fl.:
    A standard protocol for describing the evaluation of ecological models
    Ecological Modelling 2022 ARKIV / DOI
  • Ole Johannes P Sørensen, Torstein Pedersen :
    Effects of season, bottom substrate and population dynamics on fish communities in shallow subarctic northeast Atlantic waters
    Journal of Sea Research 2021 ARKIV / DOI
  • Daniel Vilas, Marta Coll, Torstein Pedersen, Xavier Corrales, Karen Filbee-Dexter, Thomas Wernberg :
    Future trajectories of change for an Arctic deep-sea ecosystem connected to coastal kelp forests
    Restoration Ecology 2021 ARKIV / DOI
  • Torstein Pedersen, Nina Mikkelsen, Ulf Lindstrøm, Paul Eric Renaud, Marcela Conceicao Do Nascimento, Marie-Anne Blanchet m.fl.:
    Overexploitation, Recovery, and Warming of the Barents Sea Ecosystem During 1950–2013
    Frontiers in Marine Science 2021 ARKIV / DOI
  • Tutku Aykanat, Martin Rasmussen, Mikhail Ozerov, Eero Niemelä, Lars Paulin, Juha-Pekka Vähä m.fl.:
    Life‐history genomic regions explain differences in Atlantic salmon marine diet specialization
    Journal of Animal Ecology 16. august 2020 ARKIV / DOI
  • Helena Kling Michelsen, Einar Magnus Nilssen, Torstein Pedersen, Camilla Svensen :
    Temporal and spatial dynamics of the invasive red king crab and native brachyuran and anomuran larvae in Norwegian waters
    Aquatic Biology 2020 ARKIV / DOI
  • Torstein Pedersen, Hans Kristian Strand, Hartvig C Christie, Frithjof Moy :
    Predation mortality from ambush and cruising predators on newly-settled 0-group gadoids
    Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 2020 ARKIV / DOI
  • H K Strand, T Pedersen, H Christie, F Moy :
    Synergism between cruising cod and ambush sculpin predators on 0-group gadoids is modified by daylight cycle and presence of aggressive wolffish
    Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 2020 ARKIV / DOI
  • Daniel Vilas, Marta Coll, Torstein Pedersen, Xavier Corrales, Karen Filbee-Dexter, Morten Foldager Pedersen m.fl.:
    Kelp-carbon uptake by Arctic deep-sea food webs plays a noticeable role in maintaining ecosystem structural and functional traits
    Journal of Marine Systems 2020 ARKIV / DOI
  • Eva Ramirez-Llodra, Torstein Pedersen, Karen Filbee-Dexter, Freija Hauquier, Katja Guilini, Nina Mikkelsen m.fl.:
    Community structure of deep fjord and shelf benthic fauna receiving different detrital kelp inputs in northern Norway
    Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 2020 ARKIV / DOI
  • Hartvig Christie, Hege Gundersen, Eli Rinde, Karen Filbee-Dexter, Kjell Magnus Norderhaug, Torstein Pedersen m.fl.:
    Can multitrophic interactions and ocean warming influence large-scale kelp recovery?
    Ecology and Evolution 2019 ARKIV / DOI
  • Nina Mikkelsen, Torstein Pedersen, Thassya Christina dos Santos Schmidt, Inger-Britt Falk-Petersen, Aril Slotte :
    Are life histories of Norwegian fjord herring populations of Pacific ancestry similar to those of Atlantic or Pacific herring?
    Journal of Marine Systems 2018 DOI
  • Torstein Pedersen, Mona Maria Fuhrmann, Ulf Lindstrøm, Einar Magnus Nilssen, Trond Ivarjord, Virginie Ramasco m.fl.:
    Effects of the invasive red king crab on food web structure and ecosystem properties in an Atlantic fjord
    Marine Ecology Progress Series 2018 DOI
  • Helena Kling Michelsen, Camilla Svensen, Marit Reigstad, Einar Magnus Nilssen, Torstein Pedersen :
    Seasonal dynamics of meroplankton in a high-latitude fjord
    Journal of Marine Systems 2017 ARKIV / DOI
  • Mona Maria Fuhrmann, Torstein Pedersen, Einar Magnus Nilssen :
    Trophic niche of the invasive red king crab Paralithodes camtschaticus in a benthic food web
    Marine Ecology Progress Series 2017 DOI
  • Helena Kling Michelsen, Einar Magnus Nilssen, Torstein Pedersen, Marit Reigstad, Camilla Svensen :
    Spatial patterns of spring meroplankton along environmental gradients in a sub-Arctic fjord
    Aquatic Biology 2017 ARKIV / DOI
  • Nina Mikkelsen, Torstein Pedersen :
    Invasive red king crabs feed on both spawned-out capelin and their eggs
    Marine Ecology Progress Series 2017 DOI
  • Harald Gjøsæter, Elvar H. Hallfredsson, Nina Mikkelsen, Bjarte Bogstad, Torstein Pedersen :
    Predation on early life stages is decisive for year-class strength in the Barents Sea capelin (Mallotus villosus) stock
    ICES Journal of Marine Science 11. oktober 2015 ARKIV / DOI
  • Torstein Pedersen, Silje Ramsvatn, Einar Magnus Nilssen, Marianne Nilsen, Lyne Morissette, Trond Ivarjord m.fl.:
    Species diversity affects ecosystem structure and mass flows in fjords
    Regional Studies in Marine Science 2016 DOI
  • Renate Thorvaldsen, Robert Barrett, Torstein Pedersen :
    Black-legged Kittiwake Rissa tridactyla adults and chicks share the same diet in the southern Barents Sea
    Marine Ornithology 2015 FULLTEKST / ARKIV
  • Mona Maria Fuhrmann, Torstein Pedersen, Virginie Ramasco, Einar Magnus Nilssen :
    Macrobenthic biomass and production in a heterogenic subarctic fjord after invasion by the red king crab
    Journal of Sea Research 2015 DOI
  • Svein-Erik Fevolden, Jon-Ivar Westgaard, Torstein Pedersen :
    Extreme male-skewed sex ratios on spaning grounds for Atlantic cod Gadus morhua with typical coastal cod signatures of the Pan I (pantophysin) locus
    Sexuality and Early Development in Aquatic Organisms 2015 ARKIV / DOI
  • Benjamin Planque, Johanna Myrseth Aarflot, Lucie Buttay, JoLynn Carroll, Sara Filippa Krusmynta Fransner, Cecilie Hansen Eide m.fl.:
    A standard protocol for describing the evaluation of ecological models
    2023
  • Marcela Conceicao Do Nascimento, Torstein Pedersen, Sara Filippa Krusmynta Fransner, Raul Primicerio, Robinson Hordoir, Morten D. Skogen :
    How can Functional Groups be Affected by Low and High Carbon Emissions Scenarios in the Barents Sea?
    2023
  • Rolf Rudolf Gradinger, Marti Amargant I Arumi, Philipp Kurt Wolf Assmy, Bodil Annikki Ulla Barbro Bluhm, Yasemin Vicdan Bodur, Gunnar Bratbak m.fl.:
    Ranges of Annual Production in the Barents Sea along Environmental Gradients
    2023
  • Truls Pedersen, Torstein Pedersen :
    Effekter av framtidige endringer i temperatur og fiskedødelighet på torsk (Gadus morhua) og hyse (Melanogrammus aeglefinus) i Barentshavet - en økosystemmodellering med Ecopath og Ecosim
    UiT Norges arktiske universitet 2023
  • Silje Mortensen, Torstein Pedersen :
    Effekter av økt temperatur og et framtidig krillfiske på fangstutbytte i Barentshavet - en økosystemmodellering i Ecopath med Ecosim
    UiT Norges arktiske universitet 2023
  • Marcela Conceicao Do Nascimento, Berengere Husson, Lilia Guillet, Torstein Pedersen :
    Can a spatial trophic ecosystem model represent observed changes in functional groups distribution due to environmental changes in the Barents Sea Large Marine Ecosystem?
    2023
  • Marcela Conceicao Do Nascimento, Berengere Husson, Lilia Guillet, Torstein Pedersen :
    Evaluating a climate-driven spatial food web model for the Barents Sea by comparison with field surveyed spatial distributions for functional groups
    2022
  • Torstein Pedersen, Silje Mortensen, Truls Pedersen, Marcela Conceicao Do Nascimento :
    Modelling future ecosystem dynamics of the Barents Sea using Ecopath with Ecosim
    2022
  • Marcela Conceicao Do Nascimento, Berengere Husson, Lillia Guillet, Torstein Pedersen :
    Modelled species distributions and changes in water temperature and ice coverage in the Barents Sea in the last decade
    2022
  • Silje Mortensen, Torstein Pedersen, Marcela Conceicao Do Nascimento :
    Effects of variability of production in krill on future fisheries yield and ecosystem stability in the Barents Sea
    2022
  • Marcela Conceicao Do Nascimento, Torstein Pedersen, Berengere Husson, Lillia Guillet :
    Can we model the spatial distribution of ecological groups during the last two decades based on spatial environmental drivers?
    2022
  • Torstein Pedersen :
    Effect of temperature and depth on ecosystem structure and properties of Arctic Norwegian fjords
    2021
  • Marcela Conceicao Do Nascimento, Raul Primiciero, Torstein Pedersen :
    Modeled vs. natural spatial distributions: How far is reality from the Ecospace Barents Sea model?
    2021
  • Marcela Conceicao Do Nascimento, Torstein Pedersen :
    The Barents Sea ecosystem under the perspective of a food web and spatial modelling with Ecopath with Ecosim and Ecospace
    2021
  • Benjamin Planque, JoLynn Carroll, Filippa Fransner, Cecilie Hansen, Berengere Husson, Noel Keenlyside m.fl.:
    Best practices for ecological model evaluation I : Workshop Report
    2020 FULLTEKST
  • Benjamin Planque, Johanna Myrseth Aarflot, Luice Buttay, Filippa Fransner, Cecilie Hansen, Berengere Husson m.fl.:
    Best practices for ecological model evaluation II: Workshop Report
    2020 FULLTEKST
  • Helena Kling Michelsen, Einar Magnus Nilssen, Torstein Pedersen, Camilla Svensen :
    Temporal and spatial dynamics of the invasive red king crab and native brachyuran and anomuran larvae in Norwegian waters
    2019
  • Helena Kling Michelsen, Einar Magnus Nilssen, Torstein Pedersen, Camilla Svensen :
    Temporal and spatial dynamics of the invasive red king crab and native brachyuran and anomuran larvae in Norwegian waters
    2019
  • Bjørn-Steinar Sæther, Ann-Magnhild Solås, Roy Robertsen, Otto Andreassen, Geir Dahl-Hansen, Guttorm Christensen m.fl.:
    Havbruksnæringens konsekvenser for økosystemtjenester og samfunn i nordområdene. Forprosjekt Balsfjorden
    2017 ARKIV
  • Marlen Knutsen, Ole Thomas Albert, Rui Coelho, Torstein Pedersen :
    Ageing structures and growth estimates of spurdog (Squalus acanthias) in Norwegian waters.
    2015
  • Torstein Pedersen, Inger-Britt Falk-Petersen :
    Spawning dynamics of the Balsfjord herring
    2015
  • Emma Källgren, Torstein Pedersen, Einar Magnus Nilssen :
    Food resource partitioning between three sympatric fish species in Porsangerfjord, Norway
    Polar Biology 2014 DOI
  • Helena Kling Michelsen, Camilla Svensen, Marit Reigstad, Einar Magnus Nilssen, Torstein Pedersen :
    Seasonal dynamics of meroplankton and red king crab larvae (Paralithodes camtschaticus) in an arctic fjord
    2014
  • Nina Mikkelsen, Torstein Pedersen, Inger-Britt Falk-Petersen :
    Spawning dynamics of the Balsfjord herring, an outpost of Pacific herring in the Atlantic
    2014

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    Forskningsinteresser

    Forsker på sammenhengene mellom viktige fiske- og fangstbare marine bestander og deres byttedyr, predatorer og miljø. Arbeider med å utvikle økosystemmodeller for nordlige kyst-  og havområder.


    Medlem i forskningsgruppe


    CV

    CURRICULUM VITAE

    Torstein Pedersen
    Born:                8 July 1959, Sortland in Vesterålen Adress:  Sørliaveien 42, 9018 Tromsø

    1985                 Master (Cand. Scient.) in Fisheries Biology, University of Bergen, Norway 1986 Research                                   fellow, Institute of Marine Research, (Austevoll) Bergen

    1986-1993        Research fellow at University of Tromsø

    1994                PhD (Dr. Scient.) in Resource Biology, University of Tromsø, Norway

    1994-2009        Associate professor in Fisheries Biology at University of Tromsø

    2009-               Professor in Fisheries Biology at University of Tromsø,

                            now UiT The Arctic University of Norway

                            Email: Torstein.Pedersen@uit.no

     

    Key qualifications: fisheries ecology, population dynamics, multispecies and ecosystem modelling, predator-prey interactions, effects of harvesting on fish resources and ecosystems, early life history of fishes, interaction of top- predators (including whales and sea-birds) and fish resources, field-based marine ecology, coastal ecology, fish nursery area ecology

    Referee in journals and symp. proceedings
    Aquaculture, Aquatic Biology, Aquatic Living Resources, Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science, Deep Sea Research II, Ecological Modelling, Ecography, Environmental Biology of Fishes, Estuarine and Coastal Shelf Science, Fish and Fisheries, Fisheries Management and Ecology, Fisheries Research, Fishery Bulletin, Food Webs, Frontiers in Marine Science, ICES Journal of Marine Science, Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, J. Mar. Biol. Ass. U.K., Journal of Fish Biology, Journal of Marine Systems, Journal of Sea Research, Marine Biology Research, Marine Ecology Progress Series, Nature Communications, Ocean and Coastal Management, PLOS One, Polar Biology, Progress in Oceanography, Sarsia, Thalassas, proceedings from 6 international symposia

    Administration and project leadership
    1994-1997 Leader of the project “Enhancement of cod stocks in fjords”, part of the PUSH-program). Supported by the Norwegian Department for Fisheries. 1994-1997 Leader for the project ”Effects of predation on recruitment variability in cod stocks” funded by the Norwegian Research Council. 2001-2005 Leader of ”Workpackage 3 ”Predator-prey interactions in the field” within the strategic program BASECOEX (Capelin and Herring in the Barents Sea – Coexistence or Exclusion) supported by the Norwegian Research Council. 1995 and 2005-2008 Member of the board at Norwegian College for Fishery Research, University of Tromsø. 2008-2011 Responsible for Ecopath-modelling on the Strategic Institute Program (EPIGRAPH) run by the Institute of Marine Research, Norway. 2008- 2012 Leader for the project “Investigating coastal ecosystem structure and dynamics using Ecopath/Ecosim ecosystem models and stable isotope data” funded by the Research Council of Norway. 2016 – 2019 Responsible for Ecopath modelling on the CoArc – project. 2017- 2020 Responsible for Ecopath modelling on the BSECO-project. 2017- Responsible for Ecopath modelling on the Nansen Legacy program, 2023- Responsible for Ecopath & Ecosim modelling on Tana River salmon project, 2022 Research group leader for “Arctic Marine System Ecology” at UiT

    International activities, convenor and editor of special volumes and issues

    1997- Participated and a partner in the international EU-funded project “Placing Fisheries in their Ecosystem Context”, see: http://www.ecopath.org/ . 2004 Convenor for the session “Theme Session DD on Mortality and Linkages between Fish Eggs/Larvae and their Predators in Marine Ecosystems – A Multidisciplinary Approach“ at the ICES Annual Science Meeting in Vigo Spain. 2007 Convenor for the ECONORTH (Ecosystem Dynamics in the Norwegian Sea and Barents Sea) Symposium that was held at the Norwegian College of Fishery Science, University of Tromsø, Norway, 12th - 15th March 2007. Guest Co-editor for symposium proceedings published in Deep Sea Research II, volume 56, issues 21-22. 2015 Organizer of international workshop on “Ecology of northern fjords”, Tromsø 25th - 27th november 2015.

    Teaching and evaluation of exams
    Has extensive teaching experience on courses in fishery, resource biology, system ecology and ecological modelling since 1993. Responsible for course in ecological modelling in 2006 and have developed a course at the master level entitled “Foodwebs and Fisheries” running from 2021. Have given lectures and laboratory teaching in courses in general ecological methodology, resource biology, marine living resources, marine ecology and system ecology. Have given lecture at international PhD course in “Nursery ground Ecology” in Bergen 2009.

    Supervision of master and PhD students
    Have supervised 43 master students on their master thesis to final exam. Have supervised nine PhD students; Elvar Hallfredsson (2001-2006), Marianne Nilsen (2003-2007), Lise H. Ofstad (2009-2013), Silje Ramsvatn (2009-2013), Nina Mikkelsen (2004-2013), Kristin Windsland (2008-2014), Mona Fuhrman (2010-2016), Lars Henrik Larsen (2013-2017) and Helena Michelsen (2013-2017) which have defended their degree.

    Evaluation commisions for master and PhD degrees
    Has been member of more than 64 committees for evaluation of final master exams (including evaluation of theses) at University of Tromsø, UiT The Arctic University of Norway, University of Bergen, University of Oslo, Nord University and University of Copenhagen. Has been member of 18 PhD evaluation committees, five as coordinator at University of Tromsø, thirteen as opponent in committees at University of Bergen (Norway), University of Aarhus (Denmark), Technical University of Denmark, University of Manitoba (Canada).

    Scientific publication and outreach
    Have 78 peer-reviewed publications and have given numerous talks and written popular articles and articles in newspapers, and have participated in TV and radio

    Publications with peer review published after 2016

     

    78. Nascimento, M., Husson, B., Guillet, L., Pedersen, T., 2023. Modelling the spatial shifts of functional groups in the Barents Sea using a climate-driven spatial food web model. Ecol. Modell., 482: 110358

    77. Pedersen, T., Amundsen, C., and Wickler, S., 2022. Characteristics of early Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua L.) catches based on otoliths recovered from archaeological excavations at medieval to early modern sites in northern Norway. ICES J. Mar. Sci.,

    76. Planque, B., Aarflot, J.M., Buttay, L., Carroll, J.L., Frasner, F., Hansen, C., Husson, B., Langangen, Ø., Lindstrøm, U., Pedersen, T., Primicerio, R., Sivel, E., Skogen, M.D., Strombom, E., Stige, L.C., Varpe, Ø., Yoccoz, N.G., 2022. A standard protocol for describing the evaluation of ecological models. Ecol. Modell. 471, 110059

    75. Pedersen, T., 2022. Comparison between trophic positions in the Barents Sea estimated from stable isotope data and a mass balance model. Front. Mar. Sci. 04 March 2022, https://doi.org/10.3389/fmars.2022.813977

    74. Ofstad, L.H., Hjatun, H., Pedersen, T., Steingrund, P., Mikkelsen, B., 2022. Horizontal and vertical migration of anglerfish Lophius piscatorius in relation to hydrography in Faroese waters. Front. Mar. Sci. 04 March 2022, https://doi.org/10.3389/fmars.2022.823066

    73. Sørensen, O.P., Pedersen, T., 2021. Effects of season, bottom substrate and population dynamics on fish communities in shallow northeast Atlantic coastal waters. J. Sea Res., 178: 102136

    72. Pedersen, T., Mikkelsen, N., Lindstrøm, U., Renaud, P.E., Nascimento, M.C., Blanchet, M-A., Ellingsen, I., Jørgensen, L.L., Blanchet, H., 2021. Overexploitation, recovery and warming of the Barents Sea Ecosystem during 1950-2013. Front. Mar. Sci. 8:732637.

    71. Vilas, D., Coll, M., Pedersen, T., Corrales, X., Filbee-Dexter, K., Wernberg, T.2020. Future trajectories of change for an Arctic deep-sea ecosystem connected to coastal kelp forests. Restoration Ecology. 29, No. S2, e13327. doi: 10.1111/rec.13327

    70. Ramirez-Llodra, E., Pedersen, T., Filbee-Dexter, K., Hauquier, F., Guilini, K., Mikkelsen, N., Borgersen, G., Van Gyseghem, M., Vanreusel, A., Vilas, D. 2020. Community structure of deep fjord and shelf benthic fauna receiving different detrital inputs in northern Norway. Deep Sea Res (I Oceanogr Res Pap) doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dsr.2020.103433.

    69. Aykanat, T., Rasmussen, M., Ozerov, M., Niemäla, E., Paulin, L., Vaha, J-P., Hindar, K., Wennevik, V., Pedersen, T., Svenning, M., Primmer, C., 2020. Life history genomic regions explain differences in Atlantic salmon marine diet specialization. J. Animal Ecol., 89:2677-2691

    68. Pedersen, T., Strand, H.K., Christie, H., Moy, F., 2020. Predation mortality from ambush and cruising predators on newly settled 0-group gadoids. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 529: 151396.

    67. Strand, H. K., Pedersen, T., Christie, C., Moy, F., 2020. Synergism between cruising cod and ambush sculpin predators on 0-group gadoids is modified by daylight cycle and presence of aggressive wolffish. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol., 526:151356 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jembe.2020.151356

    66. Vilas, D., Coll, M., Pedersen, T., Corrales, X., Filbee-Dexter, K., Pedersen, M.F., Norderhaug, K.M., Fredriksen, S., Wernberg, T., Ramírez-Llodra, E., 2020. Kelp-carbon uptake by Arctic deep-sea food webs plays a noticeable role in maintaining ecosystem structural and functional traits. J.  Mar. Sys., 203:103268 (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmarsys.2019.103268)

    65. Michelsen, H.K., Nilssen, E.M., Pedersen, T., Svensen, C., 2020. Temporal and spatial dynamics of the invasive red king crab and native brachyuran and anomuran larvae in Norwegian waters. Aquatic Biology, 29:1-16

    64. Christie, H., Gundersen, H., Rinde, E., Filbee-Dexter, K., Norderhaug, K., Pedersen, T., Bekkby, T., Gitmark, J., Fagerli, C., 2019. Can multitrophic interactions and ocean warming influence large- scale kelp recovery? Ecology and Evolution, 9:2847-2862

    63. Pedersen T., Fuhrmann M.M., Lindstrøm U., Nilssen E.M., Ivarjord T., Ramasco V., Jørgensen L.L., Sundet J.H., Sivertsen K., Källgren E., Hjelset A.M., Michaelsen C., Systad G., Norrbin F., Svenning M.A., Bjørge A., Steen H., Nilssen K.T., 2018. Effects of the invasive red king crab on food web structure and properties in an Atlantic fjord. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., 596:13-31. DOI: https://doi.org/10.3354/meps12548

    62. Michelsen, H.K., Nilssen, E.M., Pedersen. T., Reigstad, M., Svensen, C., 2017. Spatial patterns of spring meroplankton along environmental gradients in a sub-arctic fjord. Aquatic Biology, 26: 185-197.

    61. Michelsen, H.K., Svensen, C., Reigstad, M., Nilssen, E.M., Pedersen. T., 2017. Seasonal dynamics of meroplankton in a high-latitude fjord. J. Mar. Sys., 168: 17-30.

    60. Fuhrmann M.M., Pedersen T., Nilssen E.M., 2017. Trophic niche of the invasive red king crab

    Paralithodes camtschaticus in a benthic food web. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., 565:113-129

    59. Mikkelsen N., Pedersen T., 2017. Invasive red king crabs feed on both spawned-out capelin and their eggs. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., 563: 139-155.

    58. Mikkelsen, N., Pedersen, T., dos Santos Schmidt T.C., Falk-Petersen, I-B., Slotte, A. 2017. Are life histories of Norwegian fjord herring populations of Pacific ancestry similar to those of Atlantic or Pacific herring? J. Mar. Sys., http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.marsys.2016.12.004