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Allison Bailey

PhD candidate Norwegian Polar InstituteResearch department: Ecotoxicology
Work address Norwegian Polar Institute Fram Centre Tromsø 9296 Norway Work Phone: +47 77 75 05 08
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Biography

PhD Project title:

Effects of ocean acidification on Arctic copepods.

PhD research interests:

  • ocean acidification
  • Arctic copepods
  • The role of adaptation in allowing populations to cope with environmental change, especially the balance between plasticity and directional selection
  • The role of lipid storage in the life cycles of Arctic Calanus spp.

Start date: August 2013
Planned submission date: September 2016

Supervisors:

Peter Thor (NPI, Tromsø, Norway)
Camilla Svensen (UiT, Tromsø, Norway)
Claudia Halsband (APN, Tromsø, Norway)
Haakon Hop (NPI, Tromsø, Norway)

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Relevant scientific publications:

  1. Bailey A, Thor P, Browman HI, Fields DM, Runge J, Vermont A, Bjelland R, Thompson C, Shema S, Durif CMF, Hop H (2016) Early life stages of the Arctic copepod Calanus glacialis are unaffected by increased seawater pCOAu2. ICES J Mar Sci J du Cons
  2. Harvey B, Al-Janabi B, Broszeit S, Cioffi R, Kumar A, Aranguren-Gassis M, Bailey A, Green L, Gsottbauer C, Hall E, Lechler M, Mancuso F, Pereira C, Ricevuto E, Schram J, Stapp L, Stenberg S, Rosa L (2014) Evolution of Marine Organisms under Climate Change at Different Levels of Biological Organisation. Water 6:3545–3574
  3. Gabrielsen TM, Merkel B, Søreide JE, Johansson-Karlsson E, Bailey A, Vogedes D, Nygård H, Varpe Ø, Berge J (2012) Potential misidentifications of two climate indicator species of the marine arctic ecosystem: Calanus glacialis and C. finmarchicus. Polar Biol 35:1621–1628
  4. Karnovsky N, Harding A, Walkusz W, Kwaśniewski S, Goszczko I, Wiktor J, Routti H, Bailey A, McFadden L, Brown Z, Beaugrand G, Grémillet D (2010) Foraging distributions of little auks Alle alle across the Greenland Sea: Implications of present and future Arctic climate change. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 415:283–293