Recent publications

A complete list of publications can be found at Google Scholar: Tim Dempster and Nick Robinson.

2022

Aquaculture-environment interactions

  1. Sustainable growth of non-fed aquaculture can generate valuable ecosystem benefits. Barrett, L.T., Theuerkauf, S.J., Rose, J.M., Alleway, H.K., Bricker, S.B., Parker, M., Petrolia, D.R., Jones, R.C. Ecosystem Services 
  2. Recognising trade-offs between welfare and environmental outcomes in aquaculture will enable good decisions. Macaulay, G., Barrett, L.T., Dempster, T. Aquaculture Environment Interactions

Parasite ecology and control

  1. Evaluation of low temperature and salinity as a treatment of Atlantic salmon against Amoebic Gill Disease. Hudson, J., Adams, M., Jantawongsri, K., Dempster, T., Nowak, B.F. Microorganisms
  2. Declining size-at-harvest in Norwegian salmon aquaculture: Lice, disease, and the role of stunboats. Barrett, L.T., Oldham, T., Kristiansen, T.S., Oppedal, F., Stien, L.H. Aquaculture 

Fish welfare and aquaculture production research

  1. Submerged cage aquaculture of marine fish: A review of the biological challenges and opportunities. Sievers, M., Korsøen, Ø., Warren-Myers, F., Oppedal, F., Macaulay, G., Folkedal, O., Dempster, T. Reviews in Aquaculture
  2. Full production cycle, commercial scale culture of salmon in submerged sea-cages with air domes reduces lice infestation, but creates production and welfare challenges. Warren-Myers, F., Vågseth, T., Folkedal, O., Stien, L.H., Fosse, J.O., Dempster, T., Oppedal, F. Aquaculture
  3. Algal supplements in formulated feeds: Effects on sea urchin gonad quality. Warren-Myers, F., Swearer, S.E., Francis, D.S., Turchini, G.M., Overton, K., Dempster, T. Aquaculture 
  4. Supersizing salmon farms in the coastal zone: A global analysis of changes in farm technology and location from 2005 to 2020. McIntosh, P., Barrett, L.T., Warren-Myers, F., Coates, A., Macaulay, G., Szetey, A., Robinson, N., White, C., Samsing, F., Oppedal, F., Folkedal, O., Klebert, P., Dempster, T. Aquaculture 

Aquaculture genetics

  1. Predicted strong genetic gains from the application of genomic selection to improve growth related traits in barramundi (Lates calcarifer). Jerry, D. R., Jones D.B., Lillehammer, M., Massault, C., Loughnan, S., Cate, H. S., Harrison, P. J., Strugnell, J. M., Zenger, K. R., Robinson, N. A.  Aquaculture

2021

Aquaculture-environment interactions

  1. Habitat value of bivalve shellfish and seaweed aquaculture for fish and invertebrates: pathways, synthesis, next steps. Theuerkauf, S.J., Barrett, L.T., Alleway, H.K., Costa-Pierce, B., St. Gelais, A., & Jones, R. Reviews in Aquaculture

Parasite ecology and control

  1. Farmed salmonids drive the abundance, ecology and evolution of parasitic salmon lice in Norway. Dempster, T., Overton, K., Bui, S., Stien, L.H., Oppedal, F., Karlsen, Ø., Coates, A., Phillips, B.L., & Barrett, L.T. Aquaculture Environment Interactions
  2. Physical prevention and control of sea lice. Oppedal, O., Stien, L.H., Bui, S., Oldham, T., & Barrett, L.T. Book chapter in: Sea Lice Biology and Control (edited by J. Treasurer et al.). 3m Publishing.
  3. Salmon lice nauplii and copepodids display different vertical migration patterns in response to light. Szetey, A., Wright, D.W., Oppedal, F., & Dempster, T. Aquaculture Environment Interactions 
  4. Evolution of salmon lice in response to management strategies: a review. Coates, A., Phillips, B.L., Bui, S., Oppedal, F., Robinson, N.A., & Dempster, T. Reviews in Aquaculture 
  5. Parasite management in aquaculture exerts selection on salmon louse behaviour. Coates, A., Johnsen, I.A., Dempster, T., & Phillips, B.L. Evolutionary Applications 

Fish welfare and aquaculture production research

  1. Tag use to monitor fish behaviour in aquaculture: a review of benefits, problems, and solutions. Macaulay, G., Warren-Myers, F., Barrett, L.T., Oppedal, F., Føre, M., & Dempster, T. Reviews in Aquaculture
  2. Acclimatisation with lice-infested salmon improves cleaner fish lice consumption. Gentry, K., Bui, S., Oppedal, F., Bjelland, R., Nola, V., & Dempster, T. Aquaculture Environment Interactions 
  3. Challenges and benefits of applying fish behaviour to improve production and welfare in industrial aquaculture. Macaulay, G., Bui, S., Oppedal, F., & Dempster, T. Reviews in Aquaculture 
  4. The balancing act: Protein, lipid and seaweed dietary levels to maximise gonad quality in a wild-caught sea urchin. Warren-Myers, F., Turchini, G., Swearer, S.E., Francis, S.E., & Dempster, T. Aquaculture Nutrition 
  5. Operculum PIT tagging: a viable alternative to avoid human consumption in processed salmon. Oldham, T., Macaulay, G., Stalheim, M., Oppedal, F. Animal Biotelemetry

Aquaculture genetics

  1. Skin and bone development in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) influenced by hatchery environment. Robinson, N.A., Karlsen, C., Ytteborg, E., Krasnov, A., Gerwins, J., Johnsen, H., & Kolarevic, J. Aquaculture 
  2. Genetic connectivity of seamount populations of bluenose warehou (Hyperoglyphe antarctica). Heyworth, S., Bell, J., Wade, C., Cavalcante, G., Robinson, N., Young, E., Feary, D. Frontiers in Marine Science

Marine biology

  1. An overview of ecological traps in marine ecosystems. Swearer, S.E., Morris, R.L., Barrett, L.T., Sievers, M., Dempster, T., & Hale, R. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment
  2. Making marinas bivalve friendly for enhanced biodiversity outcomes. Adams, L.W., Morris, R.L., Hull, R.B., Dempster, T., & Strain E.M.A. Marine Pollution Bulletin 

Freshwater and terrestrial biology

  1. Range restriction leads to narrower ecological niches and greater extinction risk in Australian freshwater fish. Le Feuvre, M.C., Dempster, T., Shelley, J.J., Davis, A.M., & Swearer, S.E.. Biodiversity and Conservation

 

2020

Aquaculture-environment interactions

  1. Cyclic hypoxia exposure accelerates the progression of amoebic gill disease. Oldham, T., Dempster, T., Crosbie, P., Adams, M., & Nowak, B. Pathogens 
  2. Prevention not cure: a review of methods to avoid sea lice infestations in salmon aquacultureBarrett, L.T., Oppedal, F., Robinson, N., & Dempster, T. Reviews in Aquaculture
  3. Sea lice prevention strategies affect cleaner fish delousing efficacy in commercial Atlantic salmon sea cages. Gentry, K., Bui, S., Oppedal, F., & Dempster, T. Aquaculture Environment Interactions 
  4. Native predator limits the capacity of an invasive seastar to exploit a food-rich habitatBarrett, L.T., Swearer, S.E., & Dempster, T. Marine Environmental Research

Parasite ecology and control

  1. Ultraviolet-C light suppresses reproduction of sea lice but has adverse effects on host salmonBarrett, L.T., Bui, S., Oppedal, F., Bardal, T., Olsen, R.E., & Dempster, T. Aquaculture
  2. Sterilization of sea lice eggs with ultraviolet C light: towards a new preventative technique for aquaculture. Barrett, L.T., Pert, C.G., Bui, S., Oppedal, F., & Dempster, T.Pest Management Science 
  3. Sea lice removal by cleaner fish in salmon aquaculture: a review of the evidence base. Overton, K.,Barrett, L.T., Oppedal, F., Kristiansen, T.S., & Dempster, T. Aquaculture Environment Interactions
  4. Effect of cleaner fish on sea lice in Norwegian salmon aquaculture: a national scale data analysis. Barrett, L.T., Overton, K., Stien, L.H., Oppedal, F., & Dempster, T. International Journal for Parasitology
  5. Where art thou louse? A snapshot of attachment location preferences in salmon lice on Atlantic salmon hosts in sea cages. Bui, S., Oppedal, F., Nola, V., & Barrett, L.T. Journal of Fish Diseases
  6. Salmon lice survive the straight shooter: efficacy of laser delousing in commercial sea cages. Bui, S., Geitung, L., Oppedal, F., & Barrett, L.T. Preventive Veterinary Medicine
  7. Impact of thermoclines on the vertical distribution of salmon lice larvae. Crosbie, T., Wright, D.W., Oppedal, F., Dalvin, S., Myksvoll, M.S., & Dempster, T. Aquaculture Environment Interactions 
  8. Parasites under pressure: salmon lice have the capacity to adapt to depth-based preventions in aquaculture. Coates, A., Phillips, B.L., Oppedal, F., Bui, S., Overton, K., & Dempster, T. International Journal for Parasitology 

Fish welfare and aquaculture production research

  1. Impacts of human-induced pollution on wild fish welfare. Hassell, K., Barrett, L.T., & Dempster, T. Book chapter in: The Welfare of Fish (edited by T Kristiansen et al.). Springer
  2. Buoyancy matters: Establishing the maximum neutral buoyancy depth of Atlantic salmon. Macaulay, G., Wright, D., Oppedal, F., & Dempster, T. Aquaculture 
  3. Acclimating salmon as juveniles prepares them for a farmed life in sea-cages. Macaulay, G., Bui, S., Oppedal, F., & Dempster, T. Aquaculture 
  4. Atlantic salmon cope in submerged cages when given access to an air dome that enables fish to maintain neutral buoyancy. Oppedal, F., Folkedal, O., Stien, L.H., Vågseth, T., Fosse, J.O., Dempster, T., & Warren-Myers, F. Aquaculture 
  5. Stocking density and rearing environment affect external condition, gonad quality and gonad grade in onshore sea urchin roe enhancement aquaculture. Warren-Myers, F., Swearer, S.E., Overton, K., & Dempster, T. Aquaculture 

Aquaculture genetics

  1. Responses of the salmon heart transcriptome to pancreas disease: differences between high- and low-ranking families for resistance. Robinson, N.A., Krasnov, A., Bergerhout, E., Johnsen, H., Moghadam, H.K., Hillestad, B., Aslam, M.L., Baranski, M., & Boison, S.W. Scientific Reports
  2. Lc-esi-qtof-ms/ms characterization of seaweed phenolics and their antioxidant potential. Zhong, B., Robinson, N.A., Warner, R.D., Barrow, C.J., Dunshea, F.R., & Suleria, H.A.R. Marine Drugs
  3. Quantitative trait loci and genes associated with salmonid alphavirus load in Atlantic salmon: implications for pancreas disease resistance and tolerance. Aslam, M.L., Robledo, D., Krasnov, A., Moghadam, H.K., Hillestad, B., Houston, R.D., Baranski, M., Boison, S., & Robinson, N.A. Scientific Reports 
  4. Low oxygen stress during early development influences regulation of hypoxia-response genes in farmed Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). Kelly, T., Johnsen, H., Bergerhout, E., Tveiten, H., Thesslund, T., Andersen, Ø., & Robinson, N.A. G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 
  5. Gene expression differences between abalone that are susceptible and resilient to a simulated heat wave event. Shiel, B.P., Cooke, I.R., Hall, N.E., Robinson, N.A., & Strugnell, J.M. Aquaculture 
  6. Genomic selection for white spot syndrome virus resistance in whiteleg shrimp boots survival under an experimental challenge test. Lillehammer, M., Bangera, R., Salazar, M., Vela, S., Erazo, E.C., Suarez, A., Cock, J., Rye, M., & Robinson, N.A. Scientific Reports 

Marine biology

  1. Macroalgal meadow habitats support fish and fisheries in diverse tropical seascapes. Fulton, C.J., Berkström, C., Wilson, S.K., Abesamis, R.A., Bradley, M., Åkerlund, C., Barrett, L.T., Bucol, A.A et al. Fish and Fisheries
  2. Evaluating the performance of freshwater macroalgae in the bioremediation of nutrient-enriched water in temperate environments. Valero-Rodriguez, J.M., Swearer, S.E., Dempster, T., de Nys, R., & Cole, A.J. Journal of Applied Phycology 

Freshwater and terrestrial biology

  1. A trophic cascade initiated by an invasive vertebrate alters the structure of native reptile communities. Fiet, B., Dempster, T., Jessop, T.S., Webb, J.K., & Letnic, M. Global Change Biology 
  2. Plio-Pleistocene sea-level changes drive speciation of freshwater fishes in north-western Australia. Shelley, J.J., Swearer, S.E., Dempster, T., Adams, M., Le Feuvre, M.C., Hammer, M.P., & Unmack, P.J. Journal of Biogeography 
  3. Revision of the genus Hannia (Teleostei, Terapontidae), with description of a new species, Hannia wintoni, from the Kimberley, Western Australia. Shelley, J.J., Delaval, A.É., Le Feuvre, M.C., Dempster, T., Raadik, T.A., & Swearer, S.E. Zootaxa 

2019

Aquaculture-environment interactions

  1. Methods to prevent and treat biofouling in shellfish aquaculture. Sievers, M., Dempster, T., Keough, M.J., Fitridge, I. Aquaculture
  2. Impacts of marine and freshwater aquaculture on wildlife: a global meta-analysis. Barrett, L.T., Swearer, S.E., & Dempster, T. Reviews in Aquaculture
  3. Snorkel technology to reduce sea lice infestations: efficacy depends on salinity at the farm site, but snorkels have minimal effects on salmon production and welfare. Oppedal, F., Bui, S., Stien, L.H., Overton, K., & Dempster, T. Aquaculture Environment Interactions

Parasite ecology and control

  1. Behaviour in Atlantic salmon confers protection against an ectoparasite. Bui, S., Oppedal, F., Sievers, M., & Dempster, T. Reviews in Aquaculture
  2. Identifying ‘firebreaks’ to fragment dispersal networks of a marine parasite. Samsing, F., Johnsen, I., Treml, E.A., Dempster T. International Journal for Parasitology
  3. Thermal delousing with cold water: Effects on salmon lice removal and salmon welfare. Overton K, Oppedal F, Stien LH, Moltumyr L, Wright DW, Dempster T. Aquaculture 
  4. Effects of step salinity gradients on salmon lice larvae behaviour and dispersal. Crosbie, T., Wright, D.W., Oppedal, F., Johnsen, I.A., Samsing, F., & Dempster, T. Aquaculture Environment Interactions 
  5. Snorkel sea-cage technology decreases salmon louse infestation by 75% in a full-cycle commercial test. Geitung, L., Oppedal, F., Stien, L.H., Dempster, T., Karlsbakk, E., Nola, V., & Wright, D.W. International Journal for Parasitology 
  6. Jumping to treat sea lice: Harnessing salmon behaviour to enable surface-based chemotherapeutant application. Dempster, T., Bui, S., Overton, K., & Oppedal, F. Aquaculture

Fish welfare and aquaculture production research

  1. Welfare, behaviour and feasibility of farming Atlantic salmon in submerged cages with weekly surface access to refill their swim bladders. Glaropoulos, A., Stien, L.H., Folkedal, O., Dempster, T., Oppedal, F. Aquaculture 
  2. Physiological performance of ballan wrasse (Labrus bergylta) at different temperatures and its implication for cleaner fish usage in salmon aquaculture. Yuen, J.W., Dempster, T., Oppedal, F., & Hvas, M. Biological Control
  3. Differential effects of internal tagging depending on depth treatment in Atlantic salmon: a cautionary tale for aquatic animal tag use. Wright, D.W., Stien, L.H., Dempster, T., & Oppedal, F. Current Zoology
  4. Harvest method does not affect survival and condition during gonad enhancement of an overabundant sea urchin. Warren-Myers, F., Swearer, S.E., Francis, D.S., Turchini, G.M., & Dempster, T. Aquaculture Environment Interactions

Aquaculture genetics

  1. Genetic parameter estimates for intermuscular bone in blunt snout bream (Megalobrama amblycephala) based on a microsatellite-based pedigree Xiong, X.M., Robinson, N.A., Zhou, J.J., Chen, Y.L., Wang, W., Wang, X.B., Gao Z.X. Aquaculture
  2. Early developmental stress affects subsequent gene expression response to an acute stress in Atlantic salmon: an approach for creating robust fish for aquaculture? Robinson, N.A., Johnsen, H., Moghadam, H., Andersen, Ø., Tveiten, H.G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics
  3. Population genetic structure of barramundi (Lates calcarifer) across the natural distribution range in Australia informs fishery management and aquaculture practices. Loughnan, S.R., Smith-Keune, C., Beheregaray, L.B., Robinson, N.A., Jerry, D.R. Marine and Freshwater Research
  4. QTLs associated with resistance to cardiomyopathy syndrome in Atlantic salmon. Boison, S., Ding, J., Leder, E., Gjerde, B., Bergtun, P.H., Norris, A., Baranski, M., & Robinson, N. Journal of Heredity

Freshwater and terrestrial ecology

  1. A revision of the bioregionalization of freshwater fish communities in the Australian Monsoonal Tropics. Shelley, J.J., Dempster, T., Le Feuvre, M.C., Unmack, P.J., Laffan, S.W., & Swearer, S.E. Ecology and Evolution 
  2. A nonnative habitat-former mitigates native habitat loss for endemic reef fishes. Barrett, L.T., Dempster, T., & Swearer, S.E. Ecological Applications 
  3. The Kimberley, north-western Australia, as a cradle of evolution and endemic biodiversity: An example using grunters (Terapontidae). Shelley, J.J., Unmack, P.J., Dempster, T., Le Feuvre, M.C., & Swearer, S.E. Journal of Biogeography 

2018

Aquaculture-environment interactions

  1. Aquaculture-derived trophic subsidy boots population of an ecosystem engineer. White, C.A., Bannister, R.J., Dworjanyn, S.A., Husa, V., Nichols, P.D., & Dempster, T. Aquaculture Environment Interactions.
  2. Barrens of gold: gonad conditioning of an overabundant sea urchin. Pert, C.G., Swearer, S.E, Dworjanyn, E., Kriegisch, N., Turchini, G., Francis, D., & Dempster, T. Aquaculture Environment Interactions.
  3. Limited evidence for differential reproductive fitness of wild Atlantic cod in two areas of high and low salmon farming density. Barrett, L.T., Swearer, S.E., Harboe, T., Karlsen, Ø., Meier, S., & Dempster, T. Aquaculture Environment Interactions.
  4. Impacts of marine and freshwater aquaculture on wildlife: a global meta-analysis. Barrett, L.T., Swearer S.E., Dempster T. Reviews in Aquaculture 

Parasite ecology and control

  1. Surface environment modification in Atlantic salmon sea-cages: effects on amoebic gill disease, salmon lice, growth and welfare. Wright, D.W., Geitung, L., Karlsbakk, E., Stien L.H., Dempster, T., Oldham, T., Nola, V., & Oppedal, F. Aquaculture Environment Interactions 
  2. Salmon lice treatments and salmon mortality in Norwegian aquaculture: a review. Overton K, Dempster T, Oppedal F, Kristiansen TS, Gismervik K, Stien LH. Reviews in Aquaculture 
  3. Repeated sublethal freshwater exposures reduce the amoebic gill disease parasite, Neoparamoeba perurans, on Atlantic salmon. Wright, D.W., Nowak, B., Oppedal, F., Crosbie, P., Stien, L.H., Dempster, T. Journal of Fish Diseases

Fish welfare and aquaculture production research

  1. Recapturing escaped fish from marine aquaculture is largely unsuccessful: alternatives to reduce the number of escapees in the wild. Dempster, T., Arechavala-Lopez, P., Barrett, L.T., Fleming, I., Sanchez-Jerez, P., & Uglem, I. Reviews in Aquaculture
  2. Otolith mass marking techniques for aquaculture and restocking: benefits and limitations. Warren Myers, F., Dempster, T., & Swearer, S. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries
  3. Cage size affects dissolved oxygen distribution in salmon aquaculture. Oldham, T., Oppedal, F., & Dempster, T. Aquaculture Environment Interactions
  4. Growth and welfare of submerged Atlantic salmon under continuous lighting. Sievers, M., Korsøen, Ø ., Dempster, T., Fjelldal, P.G., Kristiansen, T.S., Folkedal, O., Oppedal, F. Aquaculture Environment Interactions 
  5. Differential effects of internal tagging depending on depth treatment in Atlantic salmon: a cautionary tale for aquatic animal tag use. Wright, D.W., Stien, L.H., Demspter, T., Oppedal, F. Current Zoology

Aquaculture genetics

  1. Seascape genomics reveals adaptive divergence in a connected and commercially important mollusc, the greenlip abalone (Haliotis laevigata), along a longitudinal environmental gradient. Sandoval-Castillo J., Robinson N. A., Hart A., Strain L. & Beheregaray L. Molecular Ecology.

2017

Aquaculture-environment interactions

  1. Enriched stable isotope marking of hatchery trout via immersion: A method to monitor restocking success. Warren-Myers, F., Ingram, B.A., Dempster, T., & Swearer, S.E. Fisheries Research.
  2. To treat or not to treat: a quantitative review of the effect of biofouling and control methods in shellfish aquaculture to evaluate the necessity of removal. Sievers, M., Fitridge, I., Bui, S., & Dempster, T. Biofouling.
  3. Sea lice infestation levels decrease with deeper ‘snorkel’ barriers in Atlantic salmon sea‐cages. Oppedal, F., Samsing, F., Dempster, T., Wright, D.W., Bui, S., & Stien, L.H. Pest Management Science.
  4. Dispersal and assimilation of an aquaculture waste subsidy in a low productivity coastal environment. White, C.A., Nichols, P.D., Ross, D.J., & Dempster, T. Marine Pollution Bulletin.
  5. Consumption of aquaculture waste affects the fatty acid metabolism of a benthic invertebrate. White, C. A., Bannister, R. J., Dworjanyn, S.A., Husa, V., Nichols, P.D., Kutti, T., & Dempster, T. Science of The Total Environment

Parasite ecology and control

  1. Behaviour in Atlantic salmon confers protection against an ectoparasite. Bui, S., Oppedal, F., Samsing, F., & Dempster, T. Journal of Zoology.
  2. Susceptibility, behaviour, and retention of the parasitic salmon louse (Lepeophtheirus salmonis) differ with Atlantic salmon population origin. Bui, S., Dalvin, S., Dempster, T., Skulstad, O.F., Edvardsen, R.B., Wargelius, A., & Oppedal, F. Journal of Fish Diseases.
  3. Free-living Neoparamoeba perurans depth distribution is mostly uniform in salmon cages, but reshaped by stratification and potentially extreme fish crowding. Wright, D.W., Nowak, B., Oppedal, F., Bridle, A., & Dempster, T. Aquaculture Environment Interactions.
  4. ‘Snorkel’ lice barrier technology reduced two co-occurring parasites, the salmon louse (Lepeophtheirus salmonis) and the amoebic gill disease causing agent (Neoparamoeba perurans), in commercial salmon sea-cages. Wright, D.W., Stien, L.H., Dempster, T., Vågseth, T., Nola, V., Fosseidengen, J.E., & Oppedal, F. Preventive Veterinary Medicine.
  5. Network analysis reveals strong seasonality in the dispersal of a marine parasite and identifies areas for coordinated management. Samsing, F., Johnsen, I., Dempster, T., Oppedal, F., & Treml, E.A. Landscape Ecology.
  6. Salmon lice evasion, susceptibility, retention, and development differ amongst host salmonid species. Bui, S., Halttunen, E., Mohn, A.M., Vågseth, T., & Oppedal, F. ICES Journal of Marine Science.
  7. The use and effects of hydrogen peroxide on salmon lice and post-smolt Atlantic salmon. Overton, K., Samsing, F., Oppedal, F., Dalvin, S., Stien, L.H., & Dempster, T. Aquaculture.
  8. Behaviour in the toolbox to outsmart parasites and improve fish welfare in aquaculture. Bui, S., Oppedal, F., Sievers, M., & Dempster, T. Reviews in Aquaculture.

Fish welfare and aquaculture production research

  1. Lowering treatment temperature reduces salmon mortality: a new way to treat with hydrogen peroxide in aquaculture. Overton, K., Samsing, F., Oppedal, F., Stien, L.H., & Dempster, T. Pest Management Science.
  2. Rapid growth causes abnormal vaterite formation in farmed fish otoliths. Reimer, T., Dempster, T., Wargelius, A., Fjelldal, P. G., Hansen, T., Glover, K.A., & Swearer, S.E. Journal of Experimental Biology.
  3. Oxygen gradients affect behaviour of caged Atlantic salmon Salmo salar. Oldham, T., Dempster, T., Fosse, J.O., & Oppedal, F. Aquaculture Environment Interactions.
  4. Biomonitoring using tagged sentinel fish and acoustic telemetry in commercial salmon aquaculture: A feasibility study. Føre, M., Frank, K., Dempster, T., Alfredsen, J.A., & Høy, E. Aquacultural Engineering.
  5. Precision fish farming: A new framework to improve production in aquaculture. Føre, M., Frank, K., Norton, T., Svendsen, E., Alfredsen, J.A., Dempster, T., Eguiran, H., … & Schellewald, C. Biosystems engineering.

Aquaculture genetics

  1. Training the salmon’s genes: influence of aerobic exercise, swimming performance and selection on gene expression in Atlantic salmon. Robinson, N.A., Timmerhaus, G., Baranski, M., Andersen, Ø., Takle, H., & Krasnov, A. BMC genomics.
  2. Impacts of Early Life Stress on the Methylome and Transcriptome of Atlantic Salmon. Moghadam, H.K., Johnsen, H., Robinson, N., Andersen, Ø., Jørgensen, E.H., Johnsen, H.K., … & Tveiten, H. Scientific Reports.
  3. Estimation of genetic parameters for resistance to Aeromonas hydrophila in blunt snout bream (Megalobrama). Xiong X., Chen Y., Liu L., Wang W., Robinson N.A. & Gao Z. Aquaculture.