Anna Rindorf

Publications

  • Myfish : Maximising yield of fisheries while balancing ecosystem, economic and social concerns
  • Fremadrettet forvaltning af tobis i Nordsøen
  • Herring Assessment Working Group for the Area South of 62° N (HAWG)
  • Productivity and recovery of forage fish under climate change and fishing: North Sea sandeel as a case study
  • A trans-Atlantic examination of haddock Melanogrammus aeglefinus food habits
  • Effects of changes in stock productivity and mixing on sustainable fishing and economic viability
  • Moving beyond the MSY concept to reflect multidimensional fisheries management objectives
  • Density-dependent changes in effective area occupied for sea-bottom-associated marine fishes
  • Practical steps toward integrating economic, social and institutional elements in fisheries policy and management
  • Achieving maximum sustainable yield in mixed fisheries: A management approach for the North Sea demersal fisheries
  • Inclusion of ecological, economic, social, and institutional considerations when setting targets and limits for multispecies fisheries
  • Food for thought: Pretty good multispecies yield
  • Shifts in North Sea forage fish productivity and potential fisheries yield
  • Fishing for MSY: Using "pretty good yield" ranges without impairing recruitment
  • The MSY concept in a multi-objective fisheries environment - Lessons from the North Sea
  • Towards ecosystem-based management: Identifying operational food-web indicators for marine ecosystems
  • “Overarching sustainability objectives overcome incompatible directions in the Common Fisheries Policy”
  • Spatial differences in growth of lesser sandeel in the North Sea
  • Integrating the scale of population processes into fisheries management, as illustrated in the sandeel, Ammodytes marinus
  • Periodic fluctuations in recruitment success of Atlantic cod
  • Scale-specific density dependence in North Sea sandeel
  • Temperature and body size affect recruitment and survival of sandeel across the North Sea
  • Bevarelse af et bæredygtigt industri-fiskeri: Brisling i Nordsøen og IIIa (BEBRIS)
  • Climate- and density-dependent regulation of fish growth throughout ontogeny: North Sea sprat as a case study
  • A framework for managing fisheries with multiple economic, ecosystem and social objectives
  • Achieving Mixed-fisheries and multispecies MSY in the North Sea demersal fisheries
  • Tobis skrabetogtet viste lave forekomster af tobis
  • Are FMSY ranges a promising or a dangerous option?
  • Are fish sensitive to trawling recovering in European waters?
  • Benchmark Workshop on Sprat (WKSPRAT 2018)
  • Workshop on the management strategy evaluation of the reference point, Fcap, for Sprat in Division 3.a and Subarea 4. (WKspratMSE)
  • Working Group on the Ecosystem Effects of Fishing Activities (WGECO)
  • Inter-benchmark process on Sandeel (Ammodytes spp.) in Area 2r (central and southern North Sea, Dogger Bank), and Area 3r (Skagerrak, northern and central North Sea) (IBPSandeel)
  • HERRING ASSESSMENT WORKING GROUP FOR THE AREA SOUTH OF 62° N (HAWG)
  • Report of the Herring Assessment Working Group for the Area South of 62°N (HAWG)
  • Herring Assessment Working Group for the Area South of 62 deg N (HAWG)
  • Herring Assessment Working Group for the Area South of 62° N (HAWG)
  • Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries (STECF) - Review of technical measures (part 1) (STECF-20-02)
  • Biomass limit reference points are sensitive to estimation method, time‐series length and stock development
  • Are fish sensitive to trawling recovering in the Northeast Atlantic?
  • Miljøskånsomhed og økologisk bæredygtighed i dansk fiskeri
  • Forbedring af forvaltningsgrundlaget for bestande i det rekreative fiskeri (REKREA)
  • Situationsbeskrivelse af den danske fiskeri-, akvakultur og fiskeindustrisektor:
  • Effektvurdering af hav- og fiskeriudviklingsprogrammet 2021-2027
  • GAP-ANALYSE: Fremskrivning af menneskelige aktiviteter og presfaktorer
  • WORKING GROUP ON MULTISPECIES ASSESSMENT METHODS (WGSAM; outputs from 2020 meeting)
  • WORKSHOP OF FISHERIES MANAGEMENT REFERENCE POINTS IN A CHANGING ENVIRONMENT (WKRPCHANGE, OUTPUTS FROM 2020 MEETING)
  • KYSTFISK III. Population connectivity of cod and plaice in Danish coastal waters
  • Working Group on Multispecies Assessment Methods (WGSAM)
  • Get up early: Revealing behavioral responses of sandeel to ocean warming using commercial catch data
  • Trading yield against precautionarity and the need for stability in the fishing sector
  • Optimal bæredygtig udnyttelse af tilgængelige torskebestande for dansk fiskeri
  • Lost in translation: Increased complexity in management results in lost pelagic catch opportunities
  • What is it we want to maximise and sustain in Maximum Sustainable Yield?
  • What is MSY when stock productivity shifts? A worked example from the North Sea
  • Modelling prey consumption and switching by UK grey seals
  • Identifying marine pelagic ecosystem management objectives and indicators
  • Does copepod size determine food consumption of particulate feeding fish?
  • Estimating the relationship between abundance and distribution
  • Surveillance indicators and their use in implementation of the marine strategy framework directive
  • Ecosystem-based management objectives for the North Sea: Riding the forage fish rollercoaster
  • Seabirds maintain offspring provisioning rate despite fluctuations in prey abundance: A multi-species functional response for guillemots in the North Sea
  • Assessing the state of pelagic fish communities within an ecosystem approach and the European Marine Strategy Framework Directive
  • Comparative analysis of marine ecosystems: Workshop on predator-prey interactions
  • Effect of spatial differences in growth on distribution of seasonally co-occurring herring Clupea harengus stocks
  • Zooplankton mortality in 3D ecosystem modelling considering variable spatial-temporal fish consumptions in the North Sea
  • Patchy zooplankton grazing and high energy conversion efficiency: Ecological implications of sandeel behavior and strategy
  • Integrated assessment of marine biodiversity status using a prototype indicator-based assessment tool
  • Forage fish, their fisheries, and their predators: Who drives whom?
  • Do North Sea cod (Gadus morhua) fisheries maintain high catch rates at low stock size?
  • Inferring the location and scale of mixing between habitat areas of lesser sandeel through information from the fishery
  • Tobis skrabetogt viser lave forekomster af tobis
  • Bestandsvurdering af tobis
  • Explaining growth variation over large spatial scales: Effects of temperature and food on walleye growth
  • Torsk og klima
  • A framework for multispecies assessment and management
  • Fast growing fish living dangerous lives: Gadoids in the North Atlantic
  • To eat glass or fish, that is the question: A Trans-Atlantic examination of haddock (Melanogrammus aeglefinus) food habits
  • Priority research areas for evaluating ecosystem consequences of a discard ban
  • Minimising conflicts in mixed-fisheries management using flexible Harvest Control Rules
  • Achieving MSY and minimising conflicts in mixed-fisheries management
  • Larval grazing on zooplankton from a spatial model of the North Sea larval community
  • Estimering af zooplankton dødelighed i en 3D økosystemmodel ved at anvende en rumlig- og tidslig varierende fiskeprædation
  • Relaxing technical regulations under the Landings Obligation – effects on the discard ratio
  • Ups and downs in the cooperation between Danish fishers and scientists
  • Are ‘pretty good yield’ ranges precautionary?
  • MSY ranges in a multispecies stochastic model environment
  • The MSY concept in a multi-objective fisheries environment – lessons learned from the North Sea
  • Beyond the Target Species: Future Consequences of MSY under different scenarios of change
  • Effects of recent changes in stock conditions and mixing on sustainability and economic viability of the fishery – The Danish fisheries for Baltic cod
  • Empowering fishermen towards the landing obligations, with their own technical solutions
  • The future of sustainable harvesting strategies
  • Identifying pelagic ecosystem indicators for management
  • Setting maximum sustainable yield targets when yield of one species affects that of other species
  • Consumption of fish by top predators in the North Sea
  • How does prey availability affect the provisioning of chicks by parent birds? A functional response for guillemots in the North Sea
  • Spatial selection of sandeel (Ammodytes marinus) by grey seals (Halichoerus grypus)
  • Spatial differences in natural mortality of North Sea gadoids
  • Torsk og klima i Nordsøen
  • Surveillance indicators and their use in implementation of the Marine Strategy Framework Directive
  • Effects of changes in sandeel availability on the reproductive output of seabirds
  • Estimation of evacuation rates in the field
  • Bias in estimating food consumption of fish by stomach-content analysis
  • Warm, windy winters drive cod north and homing of spawners keeps them there
  • The effect of stomach fullness on food intake of whiting in the North Sea
  • Diel feeding pattern of whiting in the North Sea
  • Analyses of length and age distributions using continuation-ratio logits
  • Growth, temperature, and density relationships of North Sea cod (Gadus morhua)
  • Functional and aggregative response of North Sea whiting
  • Prey switching of cod and whiting in the North Sea
  • Modelling the population dynamics of sandeel ( Ammodytes marinus ) populations in the North Sea on a spatial resolved level : Final report
  • Prey switching and the implications for the use of predatory fish as bioindicators
  • Modelling food selection by North Sea whiting
  • Does the diet of cod and whiting reflect the species composition estimated from trawl surveys?
  • Hvillingen - en vigtig konkurrent til fiskeriet?
  • Tobis, tobisfiskeri og havfugle
  • Indsamling af detaljerede oplysninger om tobisfiskeriet i Nordsøen
  • Strength and consistency of density dependence in marine fish productivity
  • The identification of measures to protect by-catch species in mixed-fisheries management plans (ProByFish): Final Report
  • Turning reference points inside out: comparing MSY reference points estimated inside and outside the assessment model
  • Exploring ecosystem-based management in the North Atlantic
  • Collection of by-catch data for seabirds and marine mammals and by-catch and population densities for non-commercial fish
  • Workshop on ICES reference points (WKREF2)
  • Ecosystem based management of fish stocks in the North Sea (ECOMAN)

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