Aqua Introductory Research Essay

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Aqua Introductory Research Essay is published by the Department of Aquatic Resources, and is written in English. The series summarizes the existing literature in the doctoral student's project, and places the doctoral project in a larger research context. The series also shows the type of research conducted at the Department.

Aqua Introductory Research Essay 2019:1 Affecting the ecosystem and being affected by it: the case of the non-indigenous round goby, N. melanostomus, in the Baltic Sea

Aqua Introductory Research Essay 2018:4 Fishing in a warmer sea – effects of warming and fishing on community dynamics and life history evolution in fish communities

Aqua Introductory Research Essay 2018:3 Increasing biological knowledge for a better management of the Eastern Baltic Sea cod

Aqua Introductory Research Essay 2018:2 Scales of density dependence: Implications for Baltic salmon (Salmo salar) and sea trout (Salmo trutta) stock assessment by Stefan Skoglund

Aqua Introductory Research Essay 2018:1 Losing track of time: Causes and solutions for the problematic determination of Baltic cod age by Yvette Heimbrand

Aqua Introductory Research Essay 2017:2 How do warmer and darker waters influence population dynamics in size-structured fish communities? by Renee van Dorst

Aqua Introductory Research Essay 2017:1 Behaviour of grey seals (Halichoerus grypus) and their prey in and near set traps by Linda Calamnius

Aqua Introductory Research Essay 2016:3 Climate change impacts on fish communities – how individual responses to climate change are mediated by size-structured interactions

Aqua Introductory Research Essay 2016:2 Effects of size dependent predator-prey interactions and fisheries on population dynamics and bioaccumulation of dioxins and PCBs in Baltic salmon, Salmo salar L., and its fish prey

Aqua Introductory Research Essay 2016:1 Bridging the gap between ecosystem modelling and ecosystem-based fisheries management solutions for the Baltic Sea by Nataliia Kulatska

Aqua Introductory Research Essay 2015:1 Understanding the spatio-temporal dynamics of demersal fish species in the Baltic Sea by Alessandro Orio

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