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Cameron Thompson

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Telephone: 90653972

PhD fellowship at Institute of Marine Research and enrolled at the University of Bergen, (Nov 2018 - 2021)

My two projects are: 

FluoroLice Project. Salmon lice, L. salmonis, is a pervasive aquaculture pest and harmful to wild populations of fish, but estimating infestation risk is impeded by the difficulty of measuring their abundance in situ. I am developing a methodology for rapid identification of planktonic lice using their fluorescence fingerprint.  

Nalo Lice Biology. Using mesocosm experiments I will study lice mortality in relation to zooplankton predation. 

 

Publications

Academic articles

2019

North Atlantic right whale (Eubalaena glacialis) and its food: (II) interannual variations in biomass of Calanus spp. on western North Atlantic shelves

Kevin A Sorochan, Stéphane Plourde, Ryan E Morse, Pierre Pepin, Jeffrey A. Runge, Cameron Thompson, Catherine L Johnson
Journal of Plankton Research 41 p. 687-708
2019

The planktonic stages of the salmon louse (Lepeophtheirus salmonis) are tolerant of end-of-century pCO2 concentrations

Cameron Thompson, David M. Fields, Reidun Marie Bjelland, Vera BS Chan, Caroline Durif, Andrew Mount, Jeffrey A. Runge, Steven Shema, Anne Berit Skiftesvik, Howard Browman
PeerJ 2019
2019

The relationship between the moon cycle and the orientation of glass eels (Anguilla anguilla) at sea

Alessandro Cresci, Caroline Durif, Claire B. Paris, Cameron Thompson, Steven Shema, Anne Berit Skiftesvik, Howard Browman
Royal Society Open Science 6
2019

Rapid climate-driven circulation changes threaten conservation of endangered north atlantic right whales

Nicholas R Record, Jeffrey A. Runge, Daniel Pendleton, William M Balch, Kimberley T A Davies, Andrew Pershing, Catherine Lynn Johnson, Karen Stamieszkin, Rubao Ji, Zhixuan Feng, Scott D Kraus, Robert D Kenney, Christy A Hudak, Charles A Mayo, Changsheng Chen, Joseph E. Salisbury, Cameron Thompson
Oceanography 32 p. 162-169
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