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William Ambrose

Professor (Bates College), Program Director (Arctic Observing Network)

Research interests:
  • Oceanography
  • Paleooceanography
  • Benthic Ecology
  • Sclerochronology
  • Observing Networks.
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Bates College, Biology DepartmentNational Science Foundation, Arctic Observing Network Work address Devision of Polar Programs; Geosciences Directorate National Science Foundation 4201 Wilson Blvd. Arlington Virginia 22230 USA Work Phone: +20 75 77 16 21

Research interests:

  • Oceanography
  • Paleooceanography
  • Benthic Ecology
  • Sclerochronology
  • Observing Networks.

Running national and international projects:

  • CAGE center of excellence
  • National Science Foundation “Collaborative research: Exploring the role of oceanic and atmospheric forcing on Arctic marine climate from newly developed annual shell-based records in coastal Norway

Scientific publications:

  1. Jørgen Berge, Malin Daase, Paul E. Renaud, William G. Ambrose, Jr., Gerald Darnis, Kim S. Last, Eva Leu, Jonathan H. Cohen, Geir Johnsen, Mark A. Moline, Finlo Cottier,  Øystein Varpe, Natalia Shunatova, Piotr Balazy, Nathalie Morata, Jean-Charles Massabuau, Stig Falk-Petersen, Ksenia Kosobokova, Clara J.M. Hoppe, Jan Marcin Węsławski, Piotr Kuklinski, Joanna Legeżyńska, Daria Nikishina, Marine Cusa, Monika Kędra, Maria Włodarska-Kowalczuk, Daniel Vogedes, Lionel Camus, Damien Tran, Emma Michaud, Tove M. Gabrielsen, Andrei Granovitch, Anya Gonchar, Rupert Krapp,  and Trine A. Callesen. 2015 Unexpected levels of biological activity during the polar night offer new perspectives on a warming Arctic. Current Biology In Press
  2. Ambrose, W.G., Jr., Fisher, J.L. Locke, W.L., V, Hamilton, N.D., and Levitt, J.  2015. Harvest of the soft-shell clam (Mya arenaria) by Malaga Island, Maine, Residents from 1865-1912 occurred primarily in the fall and winter based on incremental growth assessment. Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology DOI:10.1080/15564894.2015.1052864 In Press
  3. Ambrose, W.G., Jr., Locke, W.L., V., Bigelow G.F, and Renaud, P.E. 2015. Deposition of annual growth lines in the apex of the common limpet (Patella vulgata) from Shetland Islands, UK, and Norway: evidence from field marking and shell mineral content of annual line deposition. Environmental Archaeology: The Journal of Human Palaeoecology DOI:10.1179/1749631414Y.0000000058 In Press
  4. Williams, L.M., Nivison, C.L., Ambrose, W.G. Jr., Dobbin, R., and Locke, W.L. 2015. Lack of adult novel northern lineages of the invasive green crab, Carcinus maenus, along much of the northern United States Atlantic Coast? Marine Ecology Progress Series 532:153-159.
  5. Johnson, H.D., Stafford, K.M.  George, J.C., Ambrose, W.G. Jr., Clark, and C.W. 2015. Song diversity in the Bering-Chukchi-Beaufort population of bowhead whales (Balaena mysticetus) spring 2011. Marine Mammal Science 31:902-922 DOI:10.111/mms.12196
  6. Ambrose, W.G.  Jr., Clough, L.M., Johnson, J.C., Griffith, D., Carroll, M.L., Greenacre, M., and Whiting, A. 2014. Interpreting local environmental change in coastal Alaska using traditional and scientific ecological knowledge.  Frontiers in Marine Science 1:40 doi: 10.3389/fmars.2014.00040
  7. Carroll, M.L., Ambrose, W.G., Jr., Locke, W.L., V, Stuart K. R., and Johnson, B.J. 2014. Bivalve growth rate and isotopic variability across the Barents Sea Polar Front. Journal of Marine Systems 130:167-180.
  8. Kędra, M., Renaud, P. E., Andrade, H., Goszczko, I., and Ambrose, W.G. Jr. 2013. Current benthic community structure, diversity and secondary production in shallow Barents Sea bank (Svalbardbank). Marine Biology 160:805-819.
  9. Søreide, J. E., Carroll, M.L., Hop H., Ambrose, W.G., Jr., Hegseth, E.N., and Falk-Petersen, S. 2013. Trophic structures and carbon flows in Arctic- and Atlantic regimes in Svalbard revealed by stable isotope and fatty acid tracers. Marine Biology Research 9:831-850.
  10. Henkes, G.A., Passey, B.H., Wanamaker, A.D., Grossman, E.L., Ambrose W.G., Jr., and Carroll, M.L. 2013. Carbonate clumped isotopes compositions of modern marine mollusc and brachiopods shells. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 106:307-325.
  11. Vieweg, I., Hop, H., Brey, T., Huber, S., Ambrose, W.G., Jr., Locke, W.L., V., and  Gabrielsen, G.W. 2012. Persistent organic pollutants in four bivalve species from Svalbard waters. Environmental Pollution 161:134-142.
  12. Ambrose, W.G., Jr., Renaud, P.E., Locke, W.L., V, Cottier, F.R., Berge, J.R., Carroll, M.L., Levin, B., and Ryan, S. 2012. Growth line deposition and variability in growth of two circumpolar bivalves (Serripes groenlandicus and Clinocardium ciliatum). Polar Biology 35:345-354.
  13. Carroll, M.L. and Ambrose, W.G., Jr. 2012. Benthic Infaunal Community Variability on the Northern Svalbard Shelf. Polar Biology 35:1259-1272.
  14. Carroll, M.L., Ambrose, W.G., Jr., Levin, B., Ratner, A., Ryan, S., and Henkes, G.A. 2011. Climatic regulation of Clinocardium ciliatum (bivalvia) growth in the northwestern Barents Sea. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 302:10-20.
  15. Piepenburg D., Archambault P., Ambrose W.G., Jr., Blanchard A., Bluhm B., Carroll M., Conlan K., Cusson M., Feder H., Grebmeier J.M., Jewett S., Lévesque M., Petryashev W, Sejr M.K., Sirenko B.I., and Wlodarska-Kowalczuk M. 2011. The biodiversity of the benthic macro-and megafauna of Arctic shelf seas – a pan-Arctic synopsis of magnitude and patterns. Marine Biodiversity 41:51-70.
  16. Carroll, M.L., Ambrose, W.G., Jr., Levin, B.S., Locke, W.L., Henkes, G.A., Hop H., and Renaud, P.E. 2011. Pan-Svalbard growth rate variability and environmental regulation in the Arctic bivalve Serripes groenlandicus. Journal of Marine Systems 88:239-251.
  17. Bluhm, B.A., Ambrose, W.G., Jr., Bergmann M., Clough L.M., Gebruk A.V., Hasemann C., Iken K., Klages M., MacDonald I.R., Renaud P.E., and Schewe I., Soltwedel T., Wlodarska-Kowalczuk, M. 2011. Biodiversity of the Arctic deep sea benthos. Marine Biodiversity 41:87-107.
  18. Sypitkowski, E., Bohlen, C., and Ambrose, W.G., Jr. 2010. Estimating the frequency and extent of bloodworm digging in Maine from aerial photography.  Fisheries Research 101:87-93.
  19. Sypitkowski, E., Ambrose, W.G., Jr., Bohlen, C., Atherton, T., and Warren, J. 2009. Catch Statistics in the Bloodworm Fishery in Maine.  Fisheries Research 96:303-307.
  20. Cochrane, S.J., Denisenko, S.G., Renaud, P.E., Emblow, C.S., Ambrose, W.G., Jr., Ellingsen, and I.H, Skarδhamar, J. 2009 Benthic fauna and productivity regimes in the Barents Sea — ecological implications in a changing Arctic. Journal of Sea Research 61:222-233.
  21. Carroll, M.L., Johnson, B., Henkes, G.A., McMahon, K.W., Voronkov, A., Ambrose, W.G., Jr., and Denisenko, S.G. 2009. Bivalves as indicators of environmental variation and potential anthropogenic impacts in the southern Barents Sea. Marine Pollution Bulletin 59:193-206.
  22. Jewett, S.C., Clough, L.M., Blanchard, A.L., Ambrose, W.G., Jr., Feeder, H.M., Hoberg, M.K., and Whiting, A. 2009. Nearshore macrobenthos of northern Kotzebue Sound, Alaska, with reference to local sewage disposal. Polar Biology 32:1665-1680.
  23. Ambrose, W.G., Jr., Renaud, P.E., Cochran, S., Denisenko, S.G., Sharδhamar, J. 2009. Polychaete diversity patterns on two Arctic shelves: impacts of ice and primary productivity? ZooSymposia 2:457-485.
  24. Sun, M-Yi., Clough L.M., Carroll, M.L., Dai, J., Ambrose, W.G., Jr., and Lopez, G.R. 2009. Different responses of two common Arctic macrobenthic species (Macoma balthica and Monoporeia affinis) to phytoplankton and ice algae: Will Climate Change impacts be species specific? Journal of Marine Experimental Biology 376:110-121.
  25. Sypitkowski, E., Ambrose, W.G., Jr., Bohlen, Curtis, and Warren, J. 2008. Harvest efficiency of bloodworms (Glycera dibranchiata) on Maine mudflats. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 28:1506-1514.
  26. Carroll M.L., Denisenko, S.G., Renaud, P.E., and Ambrose, W.G., Jr. 2008. Benthic Infauna of the Seasonally Ice-Covered Western Barents Sea: Patterns and Relationships to Environmental Forcing.  Deep Sea Research II 55:2340-2351.
  27. Carroll, M.L., Denisenko, S.G., Voronkov, A., Ambrose, W.G., Jr., Henkes, G.A, Bosheim, S., Fredheim, B., and Gulbrandsen, T.R. 2008. Arctic bivalves as indicators of environmental variation. Proceedings of the SPE 9th International Conference on Health Safety and Environment 15-17 April 2008, Nice, France SPE111-558.
  28. Renaud, P.E., Carroll, M.L., and Ambrose, W.G., Jr. 2007. Effects of global warming on Arctic sea-floor communities and its consequences for higher trophic levels. pp. 139-175. In: Duarte, C. and S., Agusti (eds.) “Effects of Global Warming on Polar Ecosystems” Fundacion BBVA, Madrid.  [Solicited and copy-edited but not peer-reviewed]
  29. Olsen, Harlaug, G., Carroll, M. L., Renaud, P. E., Ambrose, W. G., Jr., Ølsen, R., and Carroll, J. 2007. The benthic community response to petroleum-associated components in Arctic versus temperature marine sediments.  Marine Biology 151:2167-2176.
  30. Renaud P.E., Morata, N., Ambrose, W.G., Jr., Bowie, J., and Chiuchiolo, A. 2007. Carbon cycling by seafloor communities on the eastern Beaufort Sea shelf.  Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 349:248-260.
  31. Sun, M.Y., Carroll, M.L., Ambrose, W.G., Jr., Clough, L.M., Zou, L., and Lopez, G.R. 2007. Rapid consumption of phytoplankton and ice algae by Arctic soft-sediment benthic communities: evidence using natural and 13C-labeled food materials. Journal of Marine Research 65:561-588.
  32. Tamslander, T., Renaud, P.E., H. Hop., Carroll, M.L., W.G. Ambrose, Jr., and Hobson, K.A. 2006. Trophic relationships and pelagic-benthic coupling during summer in the Barents Sea Marginal Ice Zone revealed by stable carbon and nitrogen isotope measurements. Marine Ecology Progress Series 310:33-46.
  33. McMahon, K.W., Ambrose, W.G. Jr., Johnson, B.J., Sun, M.Yi., Lopez, G.R., Clough, L.M. and Carroll, M.L. 2006. Benthic community response to ice algae and phytoplankton in Ny Ålesund, Svalbard. Marine Ecology Progress Series 310:1-14 [Feature Article].
  34. Ambrose, W.G., Jr., Carroll, M.L., Greenacre, M., Thorrold, S. R., and McMahon, K. 2006. Variation in bivalve growth in a Norwegian high-Arctic fjord: Evidence for local- and large-scale climatic forcing. Global Change Biology 12:1595-1607.
  35. Bishop, M.J., Rivera, J.A., Irlandi, E.A., Ambrose, W.G., Jr., and Peterson, C.H. 2005. Spatio-temporal patterns in the mortality of juvenile bay scallops in North Carolina: ecological detective work to explain reproductive life-history anomalies. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 315:127-146.
  36. Clough, L.M., Renaud, P.E. and Ambrose, W.G., Jr. 2005. Impacts of water depth, sediment pigment concentration, and benthic macrofaunal biomass on sediment oxygen demand in the western Arctic Ocean.  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 62:1756-1765.
  37. McMahon, K., Johnson, B.J., and Ambrose, W.G., Jr. 2005. Diet and movement of the mummichog, Fundulus heteroclitus, in a Maine salt marsh assessed using gut contents and stable isotope analyses. Estuaries 28:966-973.
  38. Ambrose, W.G. Jr., von Quillfeldt, C., Clough, L.M., Tilney, P.V.R. and Tucker 2005. The sub-ice algal community in the Chukchi sea: large- and small-scale patterns of abundance based on images from a remotely operated vehicle. Polar Biology 28:784-795.
  39. Renaud, P.E., Ambrose, W.G., Jr., Vanreusel, A., and Clough, L.M. 2004. Meiofaunal and macrofaunal diversity in the Arctic Ocean. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 300 297-306.
  40. Quillfeldt, C.H., Ambrose, W.G., Jr. and Clough, L.M. 2003. High numbers of diatom species in first year ice from the Chukchi Sea. Polar Biology 26:806-818.
  41. Vanreusel, A. Clough, L.M., Jacobsen, K., Ambrose, W.G., Jr., Jivaluk, J., Ryheul, V., Herman, R., Vincx, and M. 2001. Meiobenthos of the Central Arctic Ocean with special emphasis on the nematode community structure.  Deep Sea Research 47:1855-1879.
  42. Ambrose, W.G., Jr., Clough, L.M., Tilney, P.R., and Beer, L. 2001. Role of echinoderms in benthic remineralization in the Chukchi Sea. Marine Biology 139:937-949.
  43. West, T.L., Clough, L.M., and Ambrose, W.G., Jr. 2000. Assessment of function in an oligohaline environment: Lessons learned by comparing created and natural habitats. Ecological Engineering 15:303-321.
  44. Irlandi, E.A., Orlando, B.A., and Ambrose, W.G., Jr. 1999. Influence of seagrass habitat and patch size on growth and survival of juvenile bay scallops (Argopecten irradians concentricus Say). Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 235:21- 44.
  45. Renaud, P.E., Syster, D.A., and Ambrose, W.G., Jr. 1999. Do recruitment patterns determine community structure of continental shelf benthos off North Carolina, U.S.A.?  Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 37:89-106.
  46. Leinaas, H.P. and Ambrose, W.G., Jr. 1999. Decision between a small and large prey species: reduced energy acquisition by pre-migratory purple sandpipers, Calidris maritima, on Svalbard. Polar Biology 22:264-270.
  47. Riggs, S.R., Ambrose, W.G., Jr., Cook, J.W., Snyder, S.W., and Snyder, S.W. 1998. Sediment production model for sediment-starved continental margins: the interrelationship between hardbottoms, sedimentologic and benthic community processes, and storm dynamics. Journal of Sedimentary Research 68:155-168.
  48. Gallagher, M.L., Ambrose, W.G., Jr., and Renaud, P.E. 1998. Biochemical composition of several benthic invertebrates from the Northeast Water Polynya: Evidence for spatial variability in particulate organic matter input. Polar Biology 19:167-171.
  49. Ambrose, W.G. Jr., Dawson, M., Gailey, C., Ledkovsky, P., O’Leary, S., Tassinari, B., Vogel, H., and Wilson, C. 1998. Effects of Baitworm digging on the soft-shelled clam, Mya arenaria in Maine: shell damage and exposure on the sediment surface. Journal of Shellfish Research 17: 1043-1050.
  50. Ambrose, W.G., Jr. and Renaud, P.E. 1997. Does a pulsed food supply to the benthos affect polychaete recruitment patterns in the Northeast Water Polynya? Journal of Marine Systems 10:483-495.
  51. Piepenburg, D., Ambrose, W.G., Jr., Brandt, A., Renaud, P.E., Ahrens, M.J., and Jensen, P. 1997. Benthic community patterns reflect water column process in the Northeast Water Polynya (Greenland) Journal of Marine Systems 10:467-482.
  52. Renaud, P.E., Riggs, S.R., Ambrose, W.G., Jr., Schmid, K., and Snyder, S.W. 1997. Biological  Geological interactions: storm effects of macroalgal communities mediated by sediment distribution patterns. Continental Shelf Research 17:37-56.
  53. Clough, L.M., Ambrose, W.G., Jr., Cochran, K., Barnes, K., Renaud, P.E., and Aller, R. 1997. Bioturbation, biomass, and infaunal abundance in the sediments of the Arctic Ocean. Deep Sea Research Part II 44:1683-1704.
  54. Clough, L.M., Ambrose, W.G. Jr. and Cochran, J.K. 1996. The role of biomass, bioturbation and remineralization in determining the fate of carbon in the Arctic Ocean. pp. 51-54, In: The 1994 Arctic Ocean Section: The First Major Scientific Crossing of the Arctic Ocean, ed. by W. Tucker and D. Cate, U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory, Hanover, New Hampshire Special Report 96-23.
  55. Renaud, P.E., Ambrose, W.G., Jr., Riggs, S.R., and Syster, D.A. 1996. Multi level effects of severe storms on an offshore temperate reef system: benthic sediments, macroalgae, and implications for fisheries. Marine Ecology 17:383-398.
  56. Clough, L.M., Ambrose, W.G., Jr., Ashjian, C., Piepenburg, D., Renaud, P.E., and Smith, S. 1996. Meroplankton in the Northeast Water Polynya: does larval distribution mirror benthic abundance patterns? Journal of Marine Systems 10:343-357.
  57. Ambrose, W.G., Jr. and Renaud, P.E. 1995. Benthic response to water column productivity: evidence for benthic pelagic coupling in the Northeast Water Polynya. Journal of Geophysical Research 100: (C3):4411-4421.
  58. Irlandi, E.A., Ambrose, W.G., Jr., and Orlando, B.A. 1995. Landscape Ecology and the marine environment: How spatial configuration of seagrass habitat influences growth and survival of the bay scallop, Argopecten irradians. Oikos 72:307-313.
  59. Hobson, K.A., Ambrose, W.G., Jr., and Renaud, P.E. 1995. Sources of primary production benthic-pelagic coupling, and trophic relationships within the Northeast Water Polynya: Insights from δ 13C and δ 15N analysis. Marine Ecology Progress Series 128: 1-10.
  60. Olafsson, E.B., Peterson, C.H., and Ambrose, W.G., Jr.  1994. Does recruitment limitation structure populations and communities of macroinvertebrates in marine soft sediments: The relative significance of pre- and post-settlement processes?  Oceanography and Marine Biology an Annual Review 32:65-109.
  61. Posey, M.H., and Ambrose, W.G., Jr. 1994. Effects of proximity to an offshore hard bottom reef on infaunal abundances.  Marine Biology 118:745-753.
  62. Ambrose, W.G., Jr., Ahrens, M., Brandt, A., Dimmler, P., Graf, G., Gutt, J., Herman, R., Jensen, P., Piepenburg, D., Queisser, Q., Renaud, P.E., Scheltz,A., and Thomsen, L. 1994. Benthos. Berichte zur Polarforschung 142:106-112.
  63. Krause, M.K., Arnold, W.S., and Ambrose, W.G., Jr. 1994. Morphological and genetic variation among three populations of calico scallops, Argopecten irradians. Journal of Shellfish Research 13:529-537.
  64. Singhas, L.S., West, T.L., and Ambrose, W.G., Jr. 1993. Occurrence of Echeneibothrium (Platyhelminthes, Cestoda) in the Calico Scallop, Argopecten gibbus, from North Carolina. Fishery Bulletin 91:179-181.
  65. Ambrose, W.G., Jr. 1993. Effects of predation and disturbance by Ophiuroids on soft-bottom community structure in Oslofjord: Results of a mesocosm study.  Marine Ecology Progress Series 97:225-236.
  66. Deming, J., Johnson, M., Smith, W., Ambrose, W.G., Jr., Bauerfeind, E., Booth, B., Cochran, K., Hopkins, T., Kristensen, R., Minnett, P., Niebauer, J., Rowe, G., Smith, S. Wallace, and D., Walsh, I. 1993. Northeast Water Polynya: Polar Sea Cruise Report. EOS, Tranactions American Geophysical Union 74:185, 195-96.
  67. West, T.L. and Ambrose, W.G., Jr. 1992. Abiotic and biotic effects on population dynamics of oligohaline benthic invertebrates. In: Proceedings of the Twenty-Fifth European Marine Biological Symposium, edited by V.U. Ceccherilli, R. Rossi, and A. Carrieri. Olsen and Olsen Pub. pp. 189-194.
  68. Ambrose, W.G., Jr., Peterson, C.H., Summerson, H.C., and Lin, J. 1992. Experimental tests of factors affecting recruitment of bay scallops (Argopecten irradians) to spat collectors. Aquaculture 108:67-86.
  69. Ambrose, W.G., Jr., and Irlandi, B.A. 1992. Height of attachment on seagrass leads to trade off between growth and survival in the bay scallop Argopecten irradians. Marine Ecology Progress Series 90:45-51.
  70. Leinaas, H.P., and Ambrose, W.G., Jr. 1992. Utilization of different foraging habitats by the purple sandpiper Calidris maritima on a Spitsbergen beach. Cinclus 15:85-91.
  71. Ambrose, W.G., Jr.  1991. Are infaunal predators important in structuring marine soft bottom communities?  American Zoologist 31:849-860
  72. Ambrose, W.G., Jr. and Lin, J. 1991. Settlement preference of Argopecten irradians larvae for artificial substrates. In: An International Compendium of Scallop biology and Culture, edited by S.E. Shumway, World Aquaculture Society, pp. 16-20.
  73. Ambrose, W.G., Jr. and Leinaas, H. P. 1990. Size specific distribution and abundance of amphipods (Gammarus setosus) on an Arctic shore: Effects of shorebird Predation? In: Proceedings of the Twenty-Fourth European Marine Biological Symposium, ed. by M. Barnes and R.N. Gibson, Aberdeen University Press, pp. 239-249.
  74. Lee, H., II and Ambrose, W.G., Jr. 1989. Life after competitive exclusion: alternative strategies of a competitive inferior. Oikos 56:424-427.
  75. Ambrose, W.G., Jr. and Leinaas, H. P. 1988. Intertidal soft-bottom communities on the west coast of Spitzbergen. Polar Biology 8:393-395.
  76. Hunt, J.H., Ambrose, W.G., Jr. and Peterson, C.H. 1987. Effects of the gastropod Ilyanassa obsoleta (Say) and the bivalve Mercenaria mercenaria (Linne) on larval settlement and juvenile recruitment.  Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 108:229-240.
  77. Ambrose, W.G., Jr. 1986. Estimate of removal rate of Nereis virens (Polychaeta: Nereidae) from an intertidal mudflat by Gulls (Larus spp.). Marine Biology 90:243-247.
  78. Warwick, R.M., Gee, J.M., Berge, J.A., and Ambrose, W.G., Jr. 1986. Effects of the feeding activity of the polychaete Streblosoma bairdi (Malmgren) on meiofaunal abundance and community structure. Sarsia 71:11 16.
  79. Ambrose, W.G., Jr. 1986. Experimental analysis of density dependent emigration of the amphipod Rhepoxynius abronius. Marine Behavior and Physiology 12:209-216.
  80. Ambrose, W.G., Jr. 1986. Importance of predatory infauna in marine soft-bottom communities: Reply to Wilson. Marine Ecology Progress Series 32:41-45.
  81. Berge, J.A., Schaanning, M., Bakke, T.K., Sandöy, K., Skeie, G.M., and Ambrose, W.G., Jr. 1986. A soft-bottom sublittoral mesocosm by the Oslofjord: Description performance and examples of application. Ophelia 26:37-54.
  82. Peterson, C.H. and Ambrose, W.G., Jr. 1985. Potential habitat dependence in deposition rate of presumptive annual lines in shells of the bivalve Protothaca staminea. Lethaia 18:257-260.
  83. Commito, J.A. and Ambrose, W.G., Jr. 1985. Predatory infauna and trophic complexity in soft bottom communities. In: Proceedings of the Nineteenth European Marine Biological Symposium, edited by P.E. Gibbs, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 323-333.
  84. Gee, J.M., Warwick, R.M., Schaanning, M., Berge, J.A., and Ambrose, W.G., Jr. 1985. Effects of organic enrichment on meiofaunal abundance and community structure in sublittoral soft sediments. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 91:247-262.
  85. Commito, J.A. and Ambrose, W.G., Jr. 1985. Multiple trophic levels in soft bottom communities. Marine Ecology Progress Series 26:289-293.
  86. Ambrose, W.G., Jr. 1984. Role of predatory infauna in structuring marine soft bottom communities. Marine Ecology Progress Series 17:109-115.
  87. Ambrose, W.G., Jr. 1984. Influence of residents on the development of a marine soft bottom community. Journal of Marine Research 42:633-654.
  88. Ambrose, W.G., Jr. 1984. Influences of predatory polychaetes and epibenthic predators on the structure of a soft bottom community in a Maine estuary. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 81:115-145.
  89. Ambrose, W.G., Jr. 1984. Increased emigration of the amphipod Rhepoxynius abronius (Barnard) and the polychaete Nephtys caeca (Fabricius) in the presence of invertebrate predators. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 81:115-145.
  90. Peterson, C.H., Ambrose, W.G., Jr., and Hunt, J.H. 1982. A field test of the swimming response of the bay scallop (Argopecten irradians) to changing biological factors. Bulletin of Marine Science 32:939-944.
  91. Ambrose, W.G., Jr., Jones, D., and Thompson, I. 1980. Distance from shore and growth rate of the suspension feeding bivalve Spisula solidissima. Proceedings of the National Shellfisheries Association 70:207-215.
  92. Jones, D.S., Thompson, I., and Ambrose, W.G., Jr. 1978. Age and growth determinations for the Atlantic surf clam Spisula solidissima based on internal growth lines in shell cross sections. Marine Biology 47:63-70.


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Sofia Aniceto

PhD candidate

PhD Project title: Using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) for marine mammal surveys in Arctic and sub-Arctic regions.…Read More
Akvaplan-niva and ARCEx (Arctic Research Center for Petroleum Exploration)Arctic R&D Work address Akvaplan-niva AS Fram Centre Tromsø 9296 Norway Work Phone: +47 77 75 03 74 Website: ARCEx – Research Centre for Arctic Petroleum Exploration

PhD Project title:

Using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) for marine mammal surveys in Arctic and sub-Arctic regions.

PhD Project description:

The petroleum industry is interested in developing sound environmental approaches to perform their exploration and development activities in Arctic regions. Top predators are a key component of the Arctic ecosystem. Given the climatic restrictions to access in these areas, it has been difficult to make routine assessments of the seasonal distributions and abundances of top predators. This has accelerated the technological development of new image acquisition systems for use in combination with UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles). The combination of image acquisition systems deployed by UAVs may lead to substantial improvements in the routine assessment of top predators in their natural habitats and, in particular, in their behavioral reactions to industrial activities.

Therefore, the principal objective of this PhD project is to assess the survey capabilities of UAVs to detect and monitor marine mammals. Different image acquisition systems will be used and assessed in order to determine the most appropriate technology to be deployed on UAVs for marine mammal surveys. This will serve as a test case for the application of UAVs for general marine mammal surveys. The research will help establish new technological approaches for mitigating the effects of anthropogenic activities in the marine environment. This PhD project will examine whether and how UAVs may be used to understand the seasonality and distribution of marine mammals in locations with potential for seismic exploration activities to be performed. UAVs may provide assistance in the preparation for seismic exploration, considering both the timing and optimal location for operations. In addition, the project will examine the performance of UAVs in relation to traditional marine mammal detection methods, such as passive acoustics and ship/land-based observations.

In this project, computer simulations with tagging data will be developed to better understand the data that should be acquired by the UAV, testing different scenarios of transects (flight patterns), and environmental conditions. This will allow us to determine the optimal operational procedure for monitoring behavior and assessing animal distribution under various scenarios. Taken together, this PhD project will lead to improved understanding of the uses and capabilities of UAVs outfitted with image acquisition systems for applications of direct relevance for the environmental management of petroleum operations in Arctic regions.

Start date: March 2015
End date: March 2018


JoLynn Carroll (Akvaplan-niva, UiT, Tromsø, Norway)
Martin Biuw (Akvaplan-niva, Tromsø, Norway)
Ulf Lindstrøm (IMR, Tromsø, Norway)

Relevant scientific publications:

  1. Aniceto, A.S., Carroll, J., Tetley, M.J., van-Oosterhout, C. (2016) Position, swimming direction and group size of fin whales (Balaenoptera physalus) in the presence of a fast-ferry in the Bay of Biscay. PDF


  1. Dahl-Hansen, I., Andrade, H., Aniceto, A.S., Larsen, L.-H., Isaksen, O., Rosendal Valeur, J., Svindal Stenberg, E. (2012) Konsekvensutredning Jan Mayen; Andre miljøkonsekvenser av plantlagt virksomhet. Akvaplan-niva report APN-5953.01
  2. Dahl-Hansen, I., Andrade, H., Aniceto, A.S., Larsen, L.-H., Rosendal Valeur, J., Svindal Stenberg, E. (2012) Konsekvensutredning Barentshavet sørøst; Andre miljøkonsekvenser av planlagt virksomhet. SAK 12-892. Akvaplan-niva report APN-5953.02

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Philipp Assmy

Research scientist

Research interests:
  • Phyto- and protozooplankton ecology
  • Sea ice biology
  • Ocean biogeochemistry in particular carbon and silicon cycles
  • Diatom taxonomy
  • Field experience from the Arctic Ocean and Southern Ocean.
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Norwegian Polar InstituteResearch department: ecotoxicology Work address Norwegian Polar Institute Fram Centre Tromsø 9296 Norway Work Phone: +47 77 75 05 87

Research interests:

  • Phyto- and protozooplankton ecology
  • Sea ice biology
  • Ocean biogeochemistry in particular carbon and silicon cycles
  • Diatom taxonomy
  • Field experience from the Arctic Ocean and Southern Ocean.

Running national and international projects:

  • 2017-2020: Understand and predict how change in sea ice and ocean properties will affect the large-scale ecosystem structure of the Arctic Ocean (Arctic PRIZE). (NERC Changing Arctic Ocean Program), associated member
  • 2017-2020: Diversity, taxonomy and distribution of marine protists in a changing Arctic (TaxMArc). (Research Council of Norway, project no. 268286/GMR), Co-PI
  • 2015-2019: InterDisciplinary study of Arctic sea ice changes and impacts for the society (ID Arctic). (grant by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs), Co-PI
  • N-ICE2015 – Norwegian yound sea ICE cruise
  • Boom or Bust – Ice-algal and under-ice phytoplankton bloom dynamics in a changing Arctic icescape (RCN project)
  • ID Arctic – InterDisciplinary study of Arctic sea ice changes and impacts for the society (UID project, 2015-2018)

Completed national and international projects:

  • 2014-2017: Ecosystem modelling of the Arctic Ocean around Svalbard (ArktisMod). (Fram Centre Flagship “Sea ice in the Arctic Ocean, Technology and Systems of Agreement”), Co-PI
  • 2012: Morphological and molecular identification of key phytoplankton species from the Southern Ocean. (European Community – Research Infrastructure Action under the FP7 ‘‘Capacities’’ Specific Programme ASSEMBLE (grant no. 227799)), Main PI
  • Controls on and paleoceanographic utility of the valve size frequency distribution of the Southern Ocean diatom, Fragilariopsis kerguelensis (DFG project, 2008-2012)

Relevant scientific publications:

  1. Van Leeuwe, M., Tedesco, L., Arrigo, K., Assmy, P., Campbell, K., Meiners, K., Rintala, J.-M., Selz, V., Thomas, D. and Stefels, J., (submitted) Microalgal biodiversity and primary production in Arctic and Antarctic sea ice: A synthesis. Elementa.
  2. Wollenburg, J.E., Katlein, C., Nehrke, G., Nöthig, E.-M., Matthiessen, J., Wolf-Gladrow, D.A., Nikolopoulos, A., Gazquez-Sanchez, F., Rossmann, L., Assmy, P., Babin, M., Bruyant, F., Dybwad, C. and Peeken I. (under revision) The gypsum gravity chute to the Arctic abyss. Scientific Reports
  3. Henjes, J., Friedrichs, L. E., Assmy, P., Jansen, S., Kraegefsky, S. and Bathmann, U. (under revision). Fate of copepod faecal pellets during an iron-induced phytoplankton bloom in the Southern Ocean. Marine Ecology Progress Series.
  4. Laglera, L.M., Tovar-Sanchez, A., Iversen, M.H., González, H.E., Naik, H., Assmy, P., Klaas, C., Mazzocchi, G., Montresor, , Naqvi, S.W.A. and Smetacek V. (under revision). Iron cycling during the LOHAFEX iron fertilization experiment in the Southern Ocean, Part I. Iron partitioning. Marine Chemistry.
  5. Brown, T.A., Assmy, P., Hop, H., Wold, A. and Belt, S.T. (2017) Transfer of ice algal carbon to ice-associated amphipods in the high-Arctic pack ice environment. Journal of Plankton Research. doi:10.1093/plankt/fbx030
  6. Belt, S.T., Brown, T.A., Smik, L., Tatarek, A., Wiktor, J., Stowasser, G., Assmy, P., Allen, C. and Husum, K. (2017) Identification of C25 highly branched isoprenoid (HBI) alkenes in diatoms of the genus Rhizosolenia in high latitude marine phytoplankton. Organic Geochemistry, 110, 65-72.
  7. Duarte, P., Meyer, A., Olsen, L.M., Kauko, H.M., Assmy, P., Rösel, A., Itkin, P., Hudson, S.R., Granskog, M.A., Gerland, S., Sundfjord, A., Steen, H., Hop, H., Peterson, A.K., Jeffery, N., Elliott, S.M., Hunke, E.C., Turner, A.K. (2017). Sea ice thermohaline-dynamics and biogeochemistry in the Arctic Ocean: empirical and model results. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences, 122, doi:10.1002/ 2016JG003660.
  8. Kauko, H.M., Taskjelle, T., Assmy, P., Pavlov, A.K., Mundy, C.J., Duarte, P., Fernández Méndez, M., Olsen, L. M., Hudson, S. R., Johnsen, G., Elliott, A., Wang, F. and Granskog, M. A. (2017). Windows in Arctic sea ice: light transmission and ice algal optical properties in a refrozen lead. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences, 122, 1486–1505, doi:10.1002/ 2016JG003626.
  9. Olsen, L.M., Laney, S.R., Duarte, P., Kauko, H.M., Fernández-Méndez, M., Mundy, C.J., Rösel, A., Meyer, A., Itkin, P., Cohen, L., Peeken, I., Tatarek, A., Róźańska, M., Wiktor, J., Taskjelle, T., Pavlov, A.K., Hudson, S.R., Granskog, M.A., Hop, H. and Assmy, P. (2017). The role of multiyear ice in seeding ice algae blooms in the Arctic pack ice. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences, 122, doi:10.1002/2016JG003668.
  10. Pavlov, A.K., Taskjelle, T., Kauko, H.M., Hamre, B., Hudson, S.R., Assmy, P., Duarte, P., Fernández-Méndez, M., Mundy, C.J., and Granskog, M.A. (2017). Altered inherent optical properties and estimates of the underwater light field during an Arctic under-ice bloom of Phaeocystis pouchetii. Journal of Geophysical Research – Oceans, 122, 4939–4961, doi:10.1002/ 2016JC012471.
  11. Fransson, A., Chierici, M., Skjelvan, I., Olsen, A., Assmy, P., Peterson, A.K., Spreen, G. and Ward, B. (2017). Under-ice fCO2, sea-air CO2 fluxes and effect of storm events and an under-ice phytoplankton bloom on sea-air CO2 fluxes during the winter-spring transition in the high Arctic Ocean. Journal of Geophysical Research – Oceans, 122, doi: 1002/2016JC012478
  12. Assmy, P., Fernández-Méndez, M., Duarte, P., Meyer, A., Randelhoff, A., Mundy, C.J., Olsen, L.M., Kauko, H.M., Bailey, A., Chierici, M., Cohen, L., Doulgeris, A.P., Ehn, J.K., Fransson, A., Gerland, S., Hop, H., Hudson, S.R., Hughes, N., Itkin, P., Johnsen, G., King, J.A., Koch, B.P., Koenig, Z., Kwasniewski, S., Laney, S.R., Nicolaus, M., Pavlov, A.K., Polashenski, C.M., Provost, C., Rösel, A., Sandbu, M., Spreen, G., Smedsrud, L.H., Sundfjord, A., Taskjelle, T., Tatarek, A., Wiktor, J., Wagner, P.M., Wold, A., Steen, H. and Granskog, M.A. (2017). Leads in Arctic pack ice enable early phytoplankton blooms below snow-covered sea ice. Scientific Reports, 7, 40850; doi: 10.1038/srep40850.
  13. Barber, D.G., Assmy, P., ET AL. (in press). Selected physical, biological and biogeochemical implications of a rapidly changing Arctic Marginal Sea Ice Zone. Progress in Oceanography.
  14. Leu, E., Assmy, P., ET AL. (in press). Arctic spring awakening – steering principles behind the phenology of vernal ice algae blooms. Progress in Oceanography.
  15. Duarte, P., Assmy, P., ET AL. (2015). Modeling potentials and limitations for estimating production of ice algae in the Arctic Ocean. Journal of Marine Systems, 145, 69-90.
  16. Thiele, S., Assmy, P., ET AL. (2014). Stable composition of the nano- and picoplankton community during the iron fertilization experiment LOHAFEX. PLOS ONE, 9(11), e113244.
  17. Assmy, P., ET AL. (2014). Response of the protozooplankton assemblage during the European Iron Fertilization Experiment (EIFEX) in the Antarctic Circumpolar Current. Journal of Plankton Research, 36(5), 1175-1189.
  18. Latasa, M., Assmy, P., ET AL. (2014). Progressive decoupling between phytoplankton growth and microzooplankton grazing during an iron-induced phytoplankton bloom in the Southern Ocean. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 513, 39-50.
  19. Ebersbach, F., Assmy, P., ET AL. (2014). Particle flux characterisation and sedimentation patterns of protistan plankton during the iron fertilization experiment LOHAFEX in the Southern Ocean. Deep-Sea Research Part I, 89, 94-103.
  20. Armbrecht, L.H., Assmy, P., ET AL. (2014). Cell death and aggregate formation in the giant diatom Coscinodiscus wailesii (Gran & Angst, 1931). Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 452, 31-39.
  21. Lydersen, C., Assmy, P., ET AL. (2014). The importance of glacier fronts for marine mammals and seabirds in Svalbard, Norway. Journal of Marine Systems, 129, 452-471.
  22. Nomura, D., Assmy, P., ET AL. (2013). Arctic and Antarctic sea ice acts as a sink for atmospheric CO2 during periods of snow melt and surface flooding. Journal of Geophysical Research – Oceans, 118, 1-14, doi: 10.1002/2013JC009048
  23. Assmy, P., ET AL. (2013). Thick-shelled, grazer-protected diatoms decouple ocean carbon and silicon cycles in the iron-limited Antarctic Circumpolar Current. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 110(51), 20633-20638, doi: 10.1073/pnas.1309345110.
  24. Assmy, P., ET AL. (2013). Floating ice-algal aggregates below melting Arctic sea ice. PLOS ONE, 8(10), e76599.
  25. Fuchs, N., Assmy, P., ET AL. (2013). Genetic characterization and life cycle of the diatom Fragilariopsis kerguelensis. European Journal of Phycology, 48(4), 411-426.N
  26. Nomura, D., Assmy, P., ET AL. (2013). Characterization of ikaite (CaCO3 x 6H2O) crystals in first-year Arctic sea ice north of Svalbard. Annals of Glaciology, 54, 125-131.
  27. Smetacek, V., Assmy, P., ET AL. (2012). Deep carbon export from a Southern Ocean iron-fertilized diatom bloom. Nature, 487, 313-319.
  28. Leblanc, K., Assmy, P., ET AL. (2012). A global diatom database – abundance, biovolume and biomass in the world ocean. Earth System Science Data Discussions, 4, 149 – 165.
  29. Ligowski, R., Jordan, R.W. and Assmy, P. (2012). Morphological adaptation of a planktonic diatom to growth in Antarctic sea ice. Marine Biology, 159, 817-827.
  30. Geibert, W., Assmy, P., ET AL. (2010). High productivity in an ice melting hotspot at the eastern boundary of the Weddell Gyre. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 24 GB3007, doi:10.1029/2009GB003657.
  31. Gaebler-Schwarz, S., Assmy, P., ET AL. (2010). A new cell stage in the haploid-diploid life cycle of the colony-forming haptophyte Phaeocystis antarctica and its ecological implications. Journal of Phycology, 46(5), 1006-1016.
  32. Kooistra, W.H.C.F., Assmy, P., ET AL. (2010). Comparative molecular and morphological phylogenetic analyses of taxa in the Chaetocerotaceaea (Bacillariophyta). Phycologia, 49(5), 471-500.
  33. Assmy, P. and Smetacek, V. (2009). Algal blooms, In: Encyclopedia of Microbiology, (Moselio Schaechter, Editor), Oxford: Elsevier, pp. 27-41.
  34. Michels, J., Assmy, P., ET AL. (2008). Short-term biogenic particle flux under late spring sea ice in the western Weddell Sea, Deep-Sea Research II, 55, 1024-1039.
  35. Assmy, P., ET AL. (2008). Morphological variability and life cycle traits of the type species of the diatom genus Chaetoceros, C. dichaeta. Journal of Phycology, 44, 152-163.
  36. Henjes, J., Assmy, P. (2008). Particle availability controls agglutination in pelagic tintinnids in the Southern Ocean. Protist, 159, 239-250.
  37. Assmy, P., ET AL. (2007). Mechanisms determining species dominance in a phytoplankton bloom induced by the iron fertilization experiment EisenEx in the Southern Ocean. Deep-Sea Research I, 54, 340-362.
  38. Henjes, J., Assmy, P., ET AL. (2007). Response of microzooplankton (protists and small copepods) to an iron-induced phytoplankton bloom in the Southern Ocean (EisenEx). Deep-Sea Research I, 54, 363-384.
  39. Henjes, J, Assmy, P., ET AL. (2007). Response of the larger protozooplankton to an iron-induced phytoplankton bloom in the Polar Frontal Zone of the Southern Ocean (EisenEx). Deep-Sea Research I, 54, 774-791.
  40. Croot, P. L., Assmy, P., ET AL. (2007). Surface active substances in the upper water column during a Southern Ocean Iron Fertilization Experiment (EIFEX), Geophysical Research Letters, 34, doi:10.1029/2006GL028080.
  41. Hoffmann, L. J., Assmy, P., ET AL. (2006). Different reactions of Southern Ocean phytoplankton size classes to iron fertilization. Limnology and oceanography, 51(3), 1217-1229.
  42. Assmy, P., ET AL. (2006). Auxospore formation by the silica-sinking, oceanic diatom Fragilariopsis kerguelensis (BACILLARIOPHYCEAE), Journal of Phycology, 42, 1002-1006.
  43. De Baar, H. J. W., Assmy, P., ET AL. (2005). Synthesis of iron fertilization experiments: From the Iron Age in the Age of Enlightenment, Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 110. doi: 10.1029/2004JC002601.
  44. Smetacek V., Assmy P., Henjes J. (2004). The role of grazing in structuring Southern Ocean pelagic ecosystems and biogeochemical cycles, Antarctic Science, 16 (4), pp. 541-558.

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Emmelie Åström

PhD candidate

PhD Project title: Benthic faunal response to sub-seabed methane emissions offshore Svalbard.…Read More
UiT The Arctic University of NorwayDepartment of Geology Work address CAGE – Centre for Arctic Gas hydrate, Environment and Climate Department of Geology UiT The Arctic University of Norway Tromsø 9037 Norway

PhD Project title:

Benthic faunal response to sub-seabed methane emissions offshore Svalbard.

PhD Project description:

Sub-seabed emissions from gas reservoirs provides the potential for chemosynthetically fueled ecosystems to form. Few studies have documented influence of submarine gas release in the Arctic and this project aims to examine the biological macrofaunal response, community structure and function from sub-seabed gas deposits. The project is part of CAGE (Center for Arctic Gas Hydrate, Environment and Climate) whose primary aim is to understand sources and sinks of methane from sub-seabed reservoirs to the atmosphere in perspective of Arctic climate change.

Start date: April 2014
Planned submission date: April 2018


JoLynn Carroll (APN, UiT – CAGE, Tromsø, Norway)
Michael Carroll (APN, CAGE, Tromsø, Norway)
William Ambrose Jr. (Bates College, Virginia, USA)

Relevant scientific publications:

  1. Åström, E. K., Carroll, M. L., Ambrose Jr, W. G., & Carroll, J. (2016). Arctic cold seeps in marine methane hydrate environments: impacts on shelf macrobenthic community structure offshore Svalbard. Marine Ecology Progress Series552, 1-18.
  2. Ambrose, W.G., Panieri, G., Schneider, A., Plaza-Faverola, A., Carroll, M.L., Åström, E.K.L., Locke, W.L., Carroll, J., 2015. Bivalve shell horizons in seafloor pockmarks of the last glacial-interglacial transition: a thousand years of methane emissions in the Arctic Ocean. Geochemistry, Geophys. Geosystems 16, 4108–4129. doi:10.1002/2015GC005980

Popular science and outreach:

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Starrlight Augustine


Research interests:
  • Finding the simplest organisation principles for metabolism upon which all life is based
  • Comparing species sensitivity to stressors on the basis of energy budgets
  • Developmental energetics
  • Energetics of starvation
  • Mixotrophy
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Akvaplan-nivaArctic R&D Work address Akvaplan-niva AS Fram Centre Tromsø 9296 Norway Work Phone: +47 77 75 03 57 Website: Calls for papers for the 2017 Special Issue on DEB are now open

Research interests:

  • Finding the simplest organisation principles for metabolism upon which all life is based
  • Comparing species sensitivity to stressors on the basis of energy budgets
  • Developmental energetics
  • Energetics of starvation
  • Mixotrophy
  • Read more here.

Important links:

  • Add-my-pet aims to collect:
    • referenced data on the energetics of animal species, such that the parameters of the standard Dynamic Energy Budget (DEB) model, and those of its different variants, can be estimated
    • code for estimating DEB parameters from these data
    • DEB parameter estimates
    • properties of species that are implied by these parameters
  • DEBwiki – A collaborative mediawiki powered encyclopedia for Dynamic Energy Budget theory
  • DEBnet – International DEB network comprising experts in a wide range of fields (aquaculture, ecotoxicology, mathematics, economics, ecology and more)

Educational activities:

Current projects:

  • Intelligent environmental risk assessment (11/2016-03/2018)
  • Modelling population dynamics using Dynamic Energy Models: application to risk assessment of chemical mixtures (more info here) (11/2015-11/2017)
  • Integrating eco-physiologcial and -toxicological data into marine ecosystem-based management (more info here) (01/2016-12/2018)
  • Dynamic Energy Budgets of polar cod (01/2016-12/2017)

Relevant scientific publications:

  1. Augustine, S. (2017) Maturity as quantifier for physiological time: Comment on “Physics of metabolic organization” by Marko Jusup et al. 20:40-42 Physics of Life Revs
  2. Ashauer, R., Albert, C., Augustine, S., Cedergreen, N., Charles, S., Ducrot, V., et al. (2016) Modelling survival: Exposure pattern, species sensitivity and uncertainty 6: 29178 Scientific Reports
  3. van der Molen, J., van Beek, J., Augustine, S., Vansteenbrugge, L., van Walraven, L., Langenberg, V., van der Veer, H., Hostens, K., and Robbens, J. (2015) Modelling survival and connectivity of Mnemiopsis leidyi in the southern North Sea and Scheldt estuaries. 11:405-424 Ocean Sci
  4. Beaudouin, R., Goussen, B., Piccini, B., Augustine, S., Brion, F., Devillers, J. and Péry, A.R.R. (2015) An Individual-Based Model of Zebrafish Population Dynamics. PLoS ONE 10(5): e0125841. doi:10.1371/journal
  5. Augustine S., Floriani, M., Camilleri, V. Gagnaire B., Kooijman S. A. L. M. and Adam-Christelle, C. (2015) Uranium induced alteration of zebrafish (Danio rerio) gut wall. 142:45-53. J Envir Radioactivity
  6. Augustine, S., Jaspers, C., Kooijman, S. A. L. M., Carlotti, F.,  Poggiale, J.-C., Freitas, V.,  van der Veer, H. and van Walraven. L. Mechanisms behind the metabolic flexibility of an invasive comb jelly. 94:156-165. J Sea Res
  7. Augustine, S., Rosa, S., Kooijman, S. A. L. M., Carlotti, F. and Poggiale, J.-C. (2014) Modelling the eco-physiology of the purple mauve stinger, Pelagia noctiluca using Dynamic Energy Budget theory. 94:52-64. J Sea Res
  8. Lika, K.,  Augustine, S., Pecquerie, L. and Kooijman, S. A. L. M. (2014) The bijection from data to parameter space with the standard deb model quantifies the supply-demand spectrum. 354:35-47 J Theor  Biol
  9. Augustine S., Gagnaire B., Adam-Christelle C. and Kooijman S. A. L. M. (2012) Impact of uranium on the metabolism of zebrafish, Danio rerio. 118-119:9-26. Aquatic Toxicol
  10. Mueller C., Augustine S., Kearney M. R., Kooijman S. A. L. M. and Seymour R. (2012) Tradeoffs between maturation and growth during accelerated development in frogs. 163:103-110. Com. Biochem Physiol A
  11. Augustine S., Litvak M. K and Kooijman S.A.L.M. (2011) Stochastic feeding of fish larvae and their metabolic handling of starvation. 66:411-418. J Sea Res
  12. Kooijman S. A. L. M., Pecquerie L., Augustine S. and Jusup M. (2011) Scenarios for acceleration in fish development and the role of metamorphosis. 66:419-423. J Sea Res
  13. Augustine S., Gagnaire B., Adam-Christelle C. and Kooijman S. A. L. M. (2011) Developmental energetics of zebrafish, Danio rerio. 159 (3):275-283. J Comp Biochem Physiol A