Jaakko Erkinaro
Jaakko Erkinaro
Research Professor, Natural Resources Institute Finland (Luke)
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Sex-dependent dominance at a single locus maintains variation in age at maturity in salmon
NJ Barson, T Aykanat, K Hindar, M Baranski, GH Bolstad, P Fiske, C Jacq, ...
Nature 528 (7582), 405-408, 2015
Life‐history and habitat features influence the within‐river genetic structure of Atlantic salmon
JP VÄHÄ, J Erkinaro, E Niemelä, CR Primmer
Molecular ecology 16 (13), 2638-2654, 2007
Spawning habitat of Atlantic salmon and brown trout: general criteria and intragravel factors
P Louhi, A Mäki‐Petäys, J Erkinaro
River research and applications 24 (3), 330-339, 2008
Basin‐scale phenology and effects of climate variability on global timing of initial seaward migration of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar)
J Otero, JH L'Abée‐Lund, T Castro‐Santos, K Leonardsson, GO Storvik, ...
Global change biology 20 (1), 61-75, 2014
Return migration of Atlantic salmon in the River Tana: phases of migratory behaviour
F Øklamd, J Erkinaro, K Moen, E Niemelä, P Fiske, RS McKinley, ...
Journal of Fish Biology 59 (4), 862-874, 2001
Transferability of habitat suitability criteria of juvenile Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar)
A Mäki-Petäys, A Huusko, J Erkinaro, T Muotka
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 59 (2), 218-228, 2002
Genome‐wide SNP analysis reveals a genetic basis for sea‐age variation in a wild population of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar)
SE Johnston, P Orell, VL Pritchard, MP Kent, S Lien, E Niemelä, ...
Molecular ecology 23 (14), 3452-3468, 2014
Return migration of Atlantic salmon in the River Tana: the role of environmental factors
J Erkinaro, F Økland, K Moen, E Niemelä, M Rahiala
Journal of Fish Biology 55 (3), 506-516, 1999
Temporally stable genetic structure and low migration in an Atlantic salmon population complex: implications for conservation and management
JP Vähä, J Erkinaro, E Niemelä, CR Primmer
Evolutionary Applications 1 (1), 137-154, 2008
Temporal variation in abundance, return rate and life histories of previously spawned Atlantic salmon in a large subarctic river
E Niemelä, J Erkinaro, M Julkunen, E Hassinen, M Länsman, S Brørs
Journal of Fish Biology 68 (4), 1222-1240, 2006
Spatial and temporal migration of wild Atlantic salmon smolts determined from a video camera array in the sub-Arctic River Tana
J Davidsen, MA Svenning, P Orell, N Yoccoz, JB Dempson, E Niemelä, ...
Fisheries research 74 (1-3), 210-222, 2005
Age, sex ratio and timing of the catch of kelts and ascending Atlantic salmon in the subarctic River Teno
E Niemelä, TS Makinen, K Moen, E Hassinen, J Erkinaro, M Lansman, ...
Journal of Fish Biology 56 (4), 974-985, 2000
Does fine sediment constrain salmonid alevin development and survival?
P Louhi, M Ovaska, A Mäki-Petäys, J Erkinaro, T Muotka
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 68 (10), 1819-1826, 2011
Growth differences between the Atlantic salmon parr, Salmo salar, of nursery brooks and natal rivers in the River Teno watercourse in northern Finland
J Erkinaro, E Niemelä
Environmental Biology of Fishes 42 (3), 277-287, 1995
Migratory and route-seeking behaviour of ascending Atlantic salmon in the regulated River Tuloma
P Karppinen, TS Mäkinen, J Erkinaro, VV Kostin, RV Sadkovskij, ...
Hydrobiologia 483 (1), 23-30, 2002
Return migration of one‐sea‐winter Atlantic salmon in the River Tana
P Karppinen, J Erkinaro, E Niemelä, K Moen, F Økland
Journal of Fish Biology 64 (5), 1179-1192, 2004
Restoring migratory salmonid populations in regulated rivers in the northernmost Baltic Sea area, Northern Finland–biological, technical and social challenges
J Erkinaro, A Laine, A Mäki‐Petäys, TP Karjalainen, E Laajala, ...
Journal of Applied Ichthyology 27, 45-52, 2011
Spatial distribution of juvenile Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) in a subarctic river: size-specific changes in a strongly seasonal environment
A Mäki-Petäys, J Erkinaro, E Niemelä, A Huusko, T Muotka
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 61 (12), 2329-2338, 2004
Previously spawned Atlantic salmon ascend a large subarctic river earlier than their maiden counterparts
E Niemelä, P Orell, J Erkinaro, JB Dempson, S Brørs, MA Svenning, ...
Journal of Fish Biology 69 (4), 1151-1163, 2006
Temporally stable population-specific differences in run timing of one-sea-winter Atlantic salmon returning to a large river system
JP Vähä, J Erkinaro, E Niemelä, CR Primmer, I Saloniemi, M Johansen, ...
Evolutionary Applications 4 (1), 39, 2011
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