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Osmotic stress, antipredatory behaviour, and mortality of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) smolts
SO Handeland, T Jńrvi, A Fern÷, SO Stefansson
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 53 (12), 2673-2680, 1996
1671996
Swimming behaviour as an indicator of low growth rate and impaired welfare in Atlantic halibut (Hippoglossus hippoglossus L.) reared at three stocking densities
TS Kristiansen, A Fern÷, JC Holm, L Privitera, S Bakke, JE Fosseidengen
Aquaculture 230 (1-4), 137-151, 2004
1632004
The challenge of the herring in the Norwegian Sea: making optimal collective spatial decisions
A Fern÷, TJ Pitcher, W Melle, L N°ttestad, S Mackinson, C Hollingworth, ...
Sarsia 83 (2), 149-167, 1998
1451998
Responses of Cod (Gadus morhua) and Haddock (Melanogrammus aeglefinus) to Baited Hooks in the Natural Environment
S L°kkeborg, ┼ Bjordal, A Fern÷
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 46 (9), 1478-1483, 1989
1411989
Adaptive behaviour of herring schools in the Norwegian Sea as revealed by high-resolution sonar
TJ Pitcher, OA Misund, A Fern÷, B Totland, V Melle
ICES Journal of Marine Science 53 (2), 449-452, 1996
1371996
Diel variation in the catchability of gadoids and its influence on the reliability of abundance indices
K Michalsen, OR God°, A Fern÷
ICES Journal of marine science 53 (2), 389-395, 1996
1281996
Schooling dynamics of norwegian spring spawning herring (Clupea harengus L.) in a coastal spawning area
L N°ttestad, M Aksland, A Beltestad, A Fern÷, A Johannessen, ...
Sarsia 80 (4), 277-284, 1996
1271996
Vertical distribution of Atlantic salmon (Salmo solar L.) in net pens: trade-off between surface light avoidance and food attraction
A Fern÷, I Huse, JE Juell, ┼ Bjordal
Aquaculture 132 (3-4), 285-296, 1995
1261995
Diel activity pattern and food search behaviour in cod, Gadus morhua
S L°kkeborg, A Fern÷
Environmental Biology of Fishes 54 (3), 345-353, 1999
1201999
Marine fish behaviour in capture and abundance estimation
A Fernoe, S Olsen
Oxford (United Kingdom) Fishing News Books, 1994
1121994
Behaviour and diet of sea trout post‐smolts in a Norwegian fjord system
AA Lyse, SO Stefansson, A Fern÷
Journal of Fish Biology 52 (5), 923-936, 1998
951998
Overlap in distribution and diets of Atlantic mackerel (Scomber scombrus), Norwegian spring-spawning herring (Clupea harengus) and blue whiting (Micromesistius poutassou) iná…
H Lang°y, L N°ttestad, G Skaret, C Broms, A Fern÷
Marine biology research 8 (5-6), 442-460, 2012
912012
Surface activity of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) in net pens
DM Furevik, ┼ Bjordal, I Huse, A Fern÷
Aquaculture 110 (2), 119-128, 1993
911993
Learning in cod (Gadus morhua): long trace interval retention
J Nilsson, TS Kristiansen, JE Fosseidengen, A Fern÷, R van den Bos
Animal Cognition 11 (2), 215-222, 2008
872008
Hydroacoustic monitoring and feeding control in cage rearing of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.)
┼ Bjordal, J EJuell, T Lindem, A Fern÷
Fish Farming Technology, 203-208, 2020
812020
Extreme spawning-site fidelity in Atlantic cod.
JE SkjŠraasen, JJ Meager, ě Karlsen, JA Hutchings, A Fern÷
ICES Journal of Marine Science/Journal du Conseil 68 (7), 2011
812011
Influence of hunger level and food availability on the spatial distribution of Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., in sea cages
JE Juell, A Fern÷, D Furevik, I Huse
Aquaculture Research 25 (4), 439-451, 1994
801994
The interaction between water currents and salmon swimming behaviour in sea cages
D Johansson, F Laursen, A Fern÷, JE Fosseidengen, P Klebert, LH Stien, ...
PloS one 9 (5), e97635, 2014
792014
How whales influence herring school dynamics in a cold-front area of the Norwegian Sea
L N°ttestad, A Fern÷, S Mackinson, T Pitcher, OA Misund
ICES Journal of Marine Science 59 (2), 393-400, 2002
792002
Establishment of new wintering areas in herring co-occurs with peaks in the ‘first time/repeat spawner’ratio
G Huse, A Fern÷, JC Holst
Marine Ecology Progress Series 409, 189-198, 2010
782010
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