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  1. Co-exposure to UV radiation and crude oil increases acute embryotoxicity and sublethal malformations in the early life stages of Atlantic haddock (Melanogrammus aeglefinus)
  2. A positive temperature‐dependent effect of elevated CO 2 on growth and lipid accumulation in the planktonic copepod, Calanus finmarchicus
  3. Habitat use and growth of yellow-stage European eel in coastal and freshwater ecosystems in Norway
  4. Overwintering behaviour of yellow-stage European eel (Anguilla anguilla) in a natural marine fjord system
  5. Applying genetic technologies to combat infectious diseases in aquaculture
  6. Magnetic fields produced by subsea high-voltage direct current cables reduce swimming activity of haddock larvae (Melanogrammus aeglefinus)
  7. Increasing temperature and prey availability affect the growth and swimming kinematics of Atlantic herring (Clupea harengus) larvae
  8. Magnetic fields generated by the DC cables of offshore wind farms have no effect on spatial distribution or swimming behavior of lesser sandeel larvae (Ammodytes marinus)
  9. ‘Adaptation science’ is needed to inform the sustainable management of the world's oceans in the face of climate change
  10. Photo-enhanced toxicity of crude oil on early developmental stages of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua)
  11. Goldsinny wrasse ( Ctenolabrus rupestris ) have a sex‐dependent magnetic compass for maintaining site fidelity
  12. Gene expression and epigenetic responses of the marine Cladoceran, Evadne nordmanni , and the copepod, Acartia clausi , to elevated CO 2
  13. Trophic ecology of the European eel (Anguilla anguilla) across different salinity habitats inferred from fatty acid and stable isotope analysis
  14. A unifying hypothesis for the spawning migrations of temperate anguillid eels
  15. Defining what constitutes a reliable dataset to test for hybridization and introgression in marine zooplankton: Comment on Choquet et al. 2020 “No evidence for hybridization between Calanus finmarchicus ...
  16. Movement patterns of temperate wrasses ( Labridae ) within a small marine protected area
  17. Feeding habitat and silvering stage affect lipid content and fatty acid composition of European eel Anguilla anguilla tissues
  18. Sidney Holt’s legacy lives on in fisheries science
  19. The future is now: marine aquaculture in the anthropocene
  20. Mind the Depth: The Vertical Dimension of a Small‐Scale Coastal Fishery Shapes Selection on Species, Size, and Sex in Wrasses
  21. The lunar compass of European glass eels ( Anguilla anguilla ) increases the probability that they recruit to North Sea coasts
  22. Pragmatic animal welfare is independent of feelings
  23. Effects of Exposure to Low Concentrations of Oil on the Expression of Cytochrome P4501a and Routine Swimming Speed of Atlantic Haddock (Melanogrammus aeglefinus) Larvae In Situ
  24. Publishing and peer reviewing as indicators of the impact of COVID-19 on the productivity of the aquatic science community
  25. Setting the stage for the machine intelligence era in marine science
  26. Orientation behavior and swimming speed of Atlantic herring larvae (Clupea harengus) in situ and in laboratory exposures to rotated artificial magnetic fields
  27. The relationship between the moon cycle and the orientation of glass eels ( Anguilla anguilla ) at sea
  28. The planktonic stages of the salmon louse (Lepeophtheirus salmonis) are tolerant of end-of-century pCO2 concentrations
  29. Glass eels (Anguilla anguilla) imprint the magnetic direction of tidal currents from their juvenile estuaries
  30. Applying organized skepticism to preprints
  31. Atlantic Haddock (Melanogrammus aeglefinus) Larvae Have a Magnetic Compass that Guides Their Orientation
  32. Airgun blasts used in marine seismic surveys have limited effects on mortality, and no sublethal effects on behaviour or gene expression, in the copepod Calanus finmarchicus
  33. The effects of hydrogen peroxide on mortality, escape response, and oxygen consumption of Calanus spp.
  34. Developing the knowledge base needed to sustainably manage mesopelagic resources
  35. Silencing of ionotropic receptor 25a decreases chemosensory activity in the salmon louse Lepeophtheirus salmonis during the infective stage
  36. The Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) antimicrobial peptide cathelicidin-2 is a molecular host-associated cue for the salmon louse (Lepeophtheirus salmonis)
  37. Exposure to teflubenzuron negatively impacts exploratory behavior, learning and activity of juvenile European lobster ( Homarus gammarus )
  38. Welfare of aquatic animals: where things are, where they are going, and what it means for research, aquaculture, recreational angling, and commercial fishing
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  40. Behavioural responses of infective-stage copepodids of the salmon louse (Lepeophtheirus salmonis, Copepoda:Caligidae) to host-related sensory cues
  41. Fecundity of the invasive marine gastropod Crepidula fornicata near the current northern extreme of its range
  42. Whether European eel leptocephali use the Earth’s magnetic field to guide their migration remains an open question
  43. Debating the effectiveness of marine protected areas
  44. Responses of larval zebrafish to low pH immersion assay. Comment on Lopez-Luna et al.
  45. Regulation of gene expression is associated with tolerance of the Arctic copepod Calanus glacialis to CO2 -acidified sea water
  46. Advancing the link between ocean connectivity, ecological function and management challenges
  47. Glass eels (Anguilla anguilla) have a magnetic compass linked to the tidal cycle
  48. Towards a broader perspective on ocean acidification research
  49. Visual sensitivity and spatial resolution of the planktivorous fish, Atherinomorus forskalii (Atherinidae; Rüppell, 1838), to a polarized grating
  50. Problems with equating thermal preference with ‘emotional fever’ and sentience: comment on ‘Fish can show emotional fever: stress-induced hyperthermia in zebrafish’ by Rey et al . (2015)
  51. Operationalizing and implementing ecosystem-based management
  52. Quo Vadimus—Redux
  53. The copepod Calanus spp. (Calanidae) is repelled by polarized light
  54. Insects cannot tell us anything about subjective experience or the origin of consciousness
  55. Observing and managing seascapes: linking synoptic oceanography, ecological processes, and geospatial modelling
  56. Early life stages of the Arctic copepod Calanus glacialis are unaffected by increased seawater pCO2
  57. stress is not pain
  58. Applying organized scepticism to ocean acidification research
  59. End of the century CO2concentrations do not have a negative effect on vital rates ofCalanus finmarchicus, an ecologically critical planktonic species in North Atlantic ecosystems
  60. The effect of hydrostatic pressure on grazing in three calanoid copepods
  61. An overview of global research effort in fisheries science
  62. The use and misuse of bibliometric indices in evaluating scholarly performance
  63. UV radiation changes algal stoichiometry but does not have cascading effects on a marine food chain
  64. Revisiting Sverdrup's critical depth hypothesis
  65. The swimming kinematics and foraging behavior of larval Atlantic herring (Clupea harengus L.) are unaffected by elevated pCO2
  66. Risk assessment and risk management: a primer for marine scientists
  67. Distribution and habitat preferences of five species of wrasse (Family Labridae) in a Norwegian fjord
  68. Infection of the planktonic copepod Calanus finmarchicus by the parasitic dinoflagellate, Blastodinium spp: effects on grazing, respiration, fecundity and fecal pellet production
  69. Commemorating 100 years since Hjort's 1914 treatise on fluctuations in the great fisheries of northern Europe: where we have been, where we are, and where we are going
  70. Johan Hjort's impact on fisheries science: a bibliometric analysis
  71. Where has all the recruitment research gone, long time passing?
  72. The proteome of Atlantic herring (Clupea harengus L.) larvae is resistant to elevated pCO2
  73. Applying the 3Rs principle in research studies relevant to the European Welfare Regulation on the protection of animals at the time of killing
  74. Marine ecosystem acoustics (MEA): quantifying processes in the sea at the spatio-temporal scales on which they occur
  75. Integrating what? Levels of marine ecosystem-based assessment and management
  76. The early life history of fish--there is still a lot of work to do!
  77. Parameterizing and operationalizing zooplankton population dynamic and trophic interaction models: Introduction
  78. Wrasse (Labridae) as cleaner fish in salmonid aquaculture – The Hardangerfjord as a case study
  79. Delousing of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) by cultured vs. wild ballan wrasse (Labrus bergylta)
  80. Sub-lethal exposure to ultraviolet radiation reduces prey consumption by Atlantic cod larvae (Gadus morhua)
  81. Magnetic Compass Orientation in the European Eel
  82. UVB Radiation Variably Affects n-3 Fatty Acids but Elevated Temperature Reduces n-3 Fatty Acids in Juvenile Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar)
  83. The swimming kinematics of larval Atlantic cod, Gadus morhua L., are resilient to elevated seawater pCO2
  84. Light Primes the Escape Response of the Calanoid Copepod, Calanus finmarchicus
  85. Global Progress in Ecosystem-Based Fisheries Management
  86. Steps for Future Progress in Ecosystem-based Fisheries Management: What’s Next?
  87. Effect of Sub-Lethal Exposure to Ultraviolet Radiation on the Escape Performance of Atlantic Cod Larvae (Gadus morhua)
  88. Quo Vadimus
  89. Grazing Rates of Calanus finmarchicus on Thalassiosira weissflogii Cultured under Different Levels of Ultraviolet Radiation
  90. Fine-scale observations of the predatory behaviour of the carnivorous copepod Paraeuchaeta norvegica and the escape responses of their ichthyoplankton prey, Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua)
  91. Welfare of aquatic organisms: Is there some faith-based HARKing going on here?
  92. Early ontogeny of the Atlantic halibut Hippoglossus hippoglossus head
  93. Foraging behaviour of larval cod (Gadus morhua) at low light intensities
  94. Additive effects of enhanced ambient ultraviolet B radiation and increased temperature on immune function, growth and physiological condition of juvenile (parr) Atlantic Salmon, Salmo salar
  95. Effects of UV Radiation and Diet on Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids in the Skin, Ocular Tissue and Dorsal Muscle of Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar) Held in Outdoor Rearing Tanks
  96. Effects of UV Radiation and Diet on Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids in the Skin, Ocular Tissue and Dorsal Muscle of Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar) Held in Outdoor Rearing Tanks
  97. The three-dimensional prey field of the northern krill, Meganyctiphanes norvegica, and the escape responses of their copepod prey
  98. Exposure to Increased Ambient Ultraviolet B Radiation has Negative Effects on Growth, Condition and Immune Function of Juvenile Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar)
  99. INTRODUCTION Factors and indices are one thing, deciding who is scholarly, why they are scholarly, and the relative value of their scholarship is something else entirely
  100. The Role of Fisheries-Induced Evolution
  101. Chemoreception in the salmon louse Lepeophtheirus salmonis: an electrophysiology approach
  102. The escape response of food-deprived cod larvae (Gadus morhua L.)
  103. Introducing Aquatic Biology
  104. Introduction: status and future of modelling physical-biological interactions during the early life of fishes
  105. Prey extracts evoke swimming behavior in juvenile Atlantic halibut (Hippoglossus hippoglossus)
  106. Moral, ethical and scientific aspects of welfare in aquatic organisms
  107. Ultraviolet (280-400 nm)-induced DNA Damage in the Eggs and Larvae of Calanus finmarchicus G. (Copepoda) and Atlantic Cod (Gadus morhua) ¶
  108. Olfactory and gustatory sensitivity to some feed-related chemicals in the Atlantic halibut (Hippoglossus hippoglossus)
  109. The relationship between ultraviolet and polarized light and growth rate in the early larval stages of turbot (Scophtalmus maximus), Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) and Atlantic herring (Clupea harengus) reared in intensive culture conditions
  110. Bridging the gap between aquatic and terrestrial ecology
  111. Sensory biology: linking the internal and external ecologies of marine organisms
  112. Politics and socio-economics of ecosystem-based management of marine resources
  113. Electroencephalogram recordings from the olfactory bulb of juvenile (0 year) Atlantic cod in response to amino acids
  114. The effect of light on the settlement of the salmon louse, Lepeophtheirus salmonis, on Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L.
  115. Perspectives on ecosystem-based approaches to the management of marine resources
  116. Quality in science publishing
  117. Effect of turbulence on the energetics of foraging in Atlantic cod Gadus morhua larvae
  118. Assessing the impacts of solar ultraviolet radiation on the early life stages of crustacean zooplankton and ichthyoplankton in Marine coastal systems
  119. Dose and dose-rate dependency in the mortality response of Calanus finmarchicus embryos exposed to ultraviolet radiation
  120. UV (280 to 400 nm) optical properties in a Norwegian fjord system and an intercomparison of underwater radiometers
  121. Ultraviolet (280–400 nm)–induced DNA Damage in the Eggs and Larvae of Calanus finmarchicus G. (Copepoda) and Atlantic Cod (Gadus morhua)¶
  122. Impacts of Ultraviolet Radiation on Crustacean Zooplankton and Ichthyoplankton: Case Studies from Subarctic Marine Ecosystems
  123. Wavelength-dependent polarization orientation in Daphnia
  124. Modeling the effects of ultraviolet radiation on embryos of Calanus finmarchicus and Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua ) in a mixing environment
  125. Evolution of fisheries science
  126. Impact of solar ultraviolet radiation on hatching of a marine copepod, Calanus finmarchicus
  127. High survival of neustonic zoea I larvae of American lobster Homarus americanus following short-term exposure to ultraviolet radiation (280 to 400 nm)
  128. Impact of ultraviolet radiation on marine crustacean zooplankton and ichthyoplankton:a synthesis of results from the estuary and Gulf of St. Lawrence, Canada
  129. Biological weighting of ultraviolet (280-400 nm) induced mortality in marine zooplankton and fish. I. Atlantic cod ( Gadus morhua ) eggs
  130. Biological weighting of ultraviolet (280-400 nm) induced mortality in marine zooplankton and fish. II. Calanus finmarchicus (Copepoda) eggs
  131. Effect of solar ultraviolet radiation (280–400 nm) on the eggs and larvae of Atlantic cod ( Gadus morhua )
  132. Penetration of ultraviolet radiation in the waters of the estuary and Gulf of St. Lawrence
  133. Negative results
  134. Effect of solar ultraviolet radiation (280-400 nm) on the eggs and larvae of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua)
  135. Commentaries on current research trends in recruitment studies
  136. The developmental trajectory of ultraviolet photosensitivity in rainbow trout is altered by thyroxine
  137. Optic nerve response and retinal structure in rainbow trout of different sizes
  138. Photons in the sea: the broad perspective
  139. Thyroxine induces a precocial loss of ultraviolet photo sensitivity in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss, teleostei)
  140. The ontogeny of search behavior in the white crappie, Pomoxis annularis
  141. Foraging and Prey Search Behaviour of Golden Shiner ( Notemigonus crysoleucas ) Larvae
  142. Correlation between Histological and Behavioral Measures of Visual Acuity in a Zooplanktivorous Fish, the White Crappie (Pomoxis annularis)
  143. Functional Development of Sensory Systems and Acquisition of Behavior in Fish Larvae
  144. Flexible search tactics and efficient foraging in saltatory searching animals
  145. Embryology, Ethology and Ecology of Ontogenetic Critical Periods in Fish
  146. Foraging behavior of the predaceous cladoceran, Leptodora kindti , and escape responses of their prey
  147. The effect of zooplankton abundance on feeding behaviour and prey size selection in Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar, alevins1
  148. Effects of Prey Color and Background Color on Feeding by Atlantic Salmon Alevins
  149. Use of Membrane Filters for Microscopic Preparations of Sponge Spicules
  150. Foraging behaviour in fishes: perspectives on variance
  151. Diurnal feeding and prey size selection in Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar, alevins
  152. Foraging behaviour in fishes: perspectives on variance