Johanna Fall

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Telephone: 48063354
Department: Demersal fish

Curriculum Vitae

I work as a researcher in the Demersal Fish research group, with a focus on monitoring and assessment of demersal fish stocks in the Barents Sea. My work includes coordinating and leading scientific surveys, participating in ICES working groups, and developing and participating in research projects. In my PhD I used theoretical and statistical models to study the predator-prey interaction between cod and capelin, two commerically and ecologically important species in the Barents Sea. Previously, I have worked as a high school biology teacher, a whale observer on IMR's whale abundance surveys, and with inventory of sea floor habitats along the coast of Sweden.

Publications

Faglige foredrag

2018

Fisheries in a warming Arctic - Distribution shifts in commercial fish stocks and consequences at different scales

Jan Erik Stiansen, Geir Odd Johansen, Asgeir Aglen, Johanna Jennifer Elisabeth Fall, Endre Moen
2017

Environmental factors affecting the spatial distribution and overlap of cod and capelin in the Barents Sea

Johanna Jennifer Elisabeth Fall, Lorenzo Ciannelli, Edda Johannesen
2017

In situ study of the functional response of cod to capelin using broadband acoustics and trawl sampling

Georg Skaret, Johanna Jennifer Elisabeth Fall, Per Fauchald, Øyvind Fiksen, Harald Gjøsæter, Edda Johannesen, Geir Odd Johansen, Espen Johnsen, Gavin Macaulay
2017

Spatial and temporal dynamics of the cod-capelin interaction in the Barents Sea (PhD progress and plans)

Fall, Johanna Jennifer Elisabeth

Vitenskapelige artikler (NVI)

2020

Diel vertical movements determine spatial interactions between cod, pelagic fish and krill on an Arctic shelf bank

Georg Skaret, Geir Odd Johansen, Espen Johnsen, Johanna Jennifer Elisabeth Fall, Øyvind Fiksen, Gøran Englund, Per Fauchald, Harald Gjøsæter, Gavin Macaulay, Edda Johannesen
Marine Ecology Progress Series 638 p. 13-23
2019

No room for dessert: A mechanistic model of prey selection in gut-limited predatory fish

Johanna Jennifer Elisabeth Fall, Øyvind Fiksen
Fish and Fisheries p. 1-17
2019

No room for dessert: A mechanistic model of prey selection in gut‐limited predatory fish

Johanna Fall, Øyvind Fiksen
Fish and Fisheries Not yet assigned (Ja)
2018

Seasonal dynamics of spatial distributions and overlap between Northeast Arctic cod (Gadus morhua) and capelin (Mallotus villosus) in the Barents Sea

Johanna Jennifer Elisabeth Fall, Lorenzo Ciannelli, Georg Skaret, Edda Johannesen
PLOS ONE 13
2018

Seasonal dynamics of spatial distributions and overlap between Northeast Arctic cod (Gadus morhua) and capelin (Mallotus villosus) in the Barents Sea

Johanna Fall, Lorenzo Ciannelli, Georg Skaret, Edda Johannesen
PLoS ONE 13(10) (Ja) p. e0205921
2014

White-beaked dolphin distribution and association with prey in the Barents Sea

Johanna Jennifer Elisabeth Fall, Mette Skern-Mauritzen
Marine Biology Research 10 p. 957-971

Rapporter og avhandlinger

2019

Capelin distribution in winter 2004-2017: spatiotemporal correlation between density estimates from different sampling methods

Johanna Jennifer Elisabeth Fall, Bjarte Bogstad
Fisken og Havet 2019-3. ISSN:1894-5031
2019

Drivers of variation in the predator-prey interaction between cod and capelin in the Barents Sea

Johanna Jennifer Elisabeth Fall, Edda Johannesen, Øyvind Fiksen, Geir Odd Johansen
2016

Survey report from the CODFUN 2016114 Barents Sea survey 5.-11. oktober 2016

Georg Skaret, Edda Johannesen, Johanna Jennifer Elisabeth Fall, Øyvind Fiksen

Poster

2017

A role for foraging theory in fisheries management? A mechanistic approach to prey selection in Barents Sea cod

Johanna Jennifer Elisabeth Fall, Øyvind Fiksen
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