Sigbjørn Mehl
Sigbjørn Mehl
Retired Senior scientist, Institute of Marine Research, Bergen, Norway
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Cannibalism and year-class strength in Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua L.) in Arcto-boreal ecosystems (Barents Sea, Iceland, and eastern Newfoundland)
B Bogstad, GR Lilly, S Mehl, OK Palsson, G Stefánsson
Cod, haddock, saithe, herring, and capelin in the Barents Sea and adjacent waters: a review of the biological value of the area
E Olsen, S Aanes, S Mehl, JC Holst, A Aglen, H Gjøsæter
ICES Journal of Marine Science 67 (1), 87-101, 2010
The Northeast Arctic cod stock's consumption of commercially exploited prey species in 1984-1986
S Mehl
Interactions between Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) and its prey species in the Barents Sea
B Bogstad, S Mehl
Proceedings of the International Symposium on the Role of Forage Fishes in …, 1997
Norwegian combined acoustic and bottom trawl surveys for demersal fish in the Barents Sea during winter
T Jakobsen, K Korsbrekke, SØ Mehl, O Nakken
ICES, 1997
Who eats whom in the Barents Sea
B Bogstad, T Haug, S Mehl
NAMMCO Scientific Publications 2, 98-119, 2000
Distribution of Themisto (Amphipoda) spp. in the Barents Sea and predator-prey interactions
P Dalpadado, N Borkner, B Bogstad, S Mehl
ICES Journal of Marine Science 58 (4), 876-895, 2001
Changes in growth of Northeast Arctic cod in relation to food consumption in 1984-1988
S Mehl, K Sunnanå
Methods and results in the joint PINRO-IMR stomach sampling program
S Mehl, NA Yaragina
The Northeast Arctic cod stock’s place in the Barents Sea ecosystem in the 1980s: an overview
S Mehl
Polar research 10 (2), 525-534, 1991
A survey-based assessment of the Northeast Arctic cod stock
K Korsbrekke, S Mehl, O Nakken, M Pennington
ICES Journal of Marine Science 58 (4), 763-769, 2001
Vertical density distributions of fish: a balance between environmental and physiological limitation
BK Stensholt, A Aglen, S Mehl, E Stensholt
ICES Journal of Marine Science 59 (4), 679-710, 2002
The diet and consumption of mackerel in the North Sea
S Mehl, T Westgård
ICES, 1983
An analysis of a nonlinear stage-structured cannibalism model with application to the Northeast Arctic cod stock
A Wikan, A Eide
Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 66 (6), 1685-1704, 2004
Direct and indirect effects of minke whale abundance on cod and herring fisheries: A scenario experiment for the Greater Barents Sea
T Schweder, GS Hagen, E Hatlebakk
NAMMCO Scientific publications 2, 120-132, 2000
9 Zooplankton-fish interactions in the Barents Sea
P Dalpadado, B Bogstad, H Gjøs, S Mehl, HR Skjoldal
Large Marine Ecosystems 10, 269-291, 2002
20th anniversary of the PINRO-IMR cooperation in the investigations of fish feeding in the Barents Sea: results and perspectives
AV Dolgov, NA Yaragina, EL Orlova, B Bogstad, E Johannesen, S Mehl
The North-East Arctic cod stock's consumption of various prey species 1984-1989
B Bogstad, S Mehl
Consumption of juvenile herring (Clupea harengus) by cod (Gadus morhua) in the Barents Sea: a new approach to estimating consumption in piscivorous fish
GO Johansen, B Bogstad, S Mehl, Ø Ulltang
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 61 (3), 343-359, 2004
The construction of a multi-species model for the Barents Sea with special reference to the cod-capelin interactions
S Mehl, O Nakken, S Tjelmeland, Ø Ulltang
A Workshop on Comparative Biology, Assessment, and Management of Gadoids …, 1985
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