Peter gives a short version of how fish are managed within EU’s common fisheries policy.
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Henrik presents the diet assessment of important fishes in Lake Tanganyika by using both stomach content and isotope analyses. Congratulation to all students finishing master projects in November.
Our third master student defence in these two days. Sebastian gives a review of methods on population/stock discrimination, and shows his master work that using otolith morphology identifies genetic populations of Atlantic cod from Greenland.
Our second student defence today. Trine presents how to age sharks by counting growth rings on fin spines, and uses radiocarbon dating for supporting.
Today, one of our master students, Simone, has her thesis defence. She presents her work on the importance and meaning of stone reef for fish fauna. Also, she shows lot of beautiful diving photos from her master’s project.
Amy presents “COFECHA” for crossmatching of shell ageing.
Kris presents a new published paper about salmon from Fremier et al (2017): “Sex that moves mountains: The influence of spawning fish on river profiles over geologic timescales”. We also have a little r-update: data handling.
Welcome back for our previous students and friends, Nicole and Helene! As usual, having a cup of coffee and chatting with people at the coffee corner. So “hyggelig”!!!
Henrik talks about his work with the fishes of Lake Tanganyika.
Ming/Charlotte entertain with R: how to read R result tables of ANOVA and linear regression model.
Charlotte presents her new manuscript.
Sebastian presents the wonders of otolith shape analysis.