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Randi B. Ingvaldsen

Senior Scientist

Research interests:
  • Polar oceanographic processes
  • Climate variability
  • Ocean fluxes and impact on heat content
  • Vertical oceanographic structures impacting vertical distribution of zooplankton and fish
  • Climate impacts on the marine ecosystem (copepods, krill, amphipods, fish, benthos, whales, seals)
  • The possibility of future fisheries in the Arctic Ocean
Running national and international projects: Read More
Institute of Marine ResearchDepartment of Oceanography and Climate Work address Department of Oceanography and Climate Institute of Marine Research Nordnesgate 33 Bergen 5817 Norway Work Phone: +47 95 12 98 85 Website: IMR employee profile

Research interests:

  • Polar oceanographic processes
  • Climate variability
  • Ocean fluxes and impact on heat content
  • Vertical oceanographic structures impacting vertical distribution of zooplankton and fish
  • Climate impacts on the marine ecosystem (copepods, krill, amphipods, fish, benthos, whales, seals)
  • The possibility of future fisheries in the Arctic Ocean

Running national and international projects:

Completed national and international projects:

  • Barecore (Norwegian Research Council, 2010-2013) , researcher
  • FishExChange (Norwegian Research Council, 2007-2010) , researcher
  • NESSAR (Norwegian Research Council – IPY, 2007-2010), researcher
  • BIAC (Norwegian Research Council – IPY, 2007-2010), WP lead
  • DAMOCLES (EU – IPY, 2007-2010), researcher
  • Before 2007: ASOF, MAIA , VEINS , TASC

Relevant scientific publications (last 5 years):

  1. Lind, S., Ingvaldsen, R.B., Furevik, T. 2016. Arctic layer salinity controls heat loss from deep Atlantic layer in seasonally ice-covered areas of the Barents Sea. Geophysical Research Letters, 43, doi:10.1002/2016GL068421.
  2. Johannesen, E., Jørgensen, L.L., Fossheim, F., Primicerio, R., Greenacre, M., Ljubin, P.A., Dolgov, A.V., Ingvaldsen, R.B., Anisimova, N.A., Manushin, I.E. 2016. Large-scale patterns in community structure of benthos and fish in the Barents Sea. Polar Biology, DOI 10.1007/s00300-016-1946-6.
  3. Eriksen, E., Ingvaldsen, R.B., Nedraas, K., Prozorkevich, D. 2015. The effect of recent warming on polar cod and beaked redfish juveniles in the Barents Sea. Regional Studies in Marine Science, 2, 105-112.
  4. Ingvaldsen, R.B., Bogstad, B., Dolgov, A.V, Ellingsen, K.E., Gjøsæter, H., Gradinger, R., Johannesen, E., Tveraa, T., Yoccoz, N.G. 2015. Sources of uncertainties in cod distribution models. Nature Climate Change, 5, 788-789.
  5. Onarheim, I.H., Eldevik, T., Årthun, M., Ingvaldsen, R.B. Skillful prediction of the Barents Sea ice cover. 2015.Geophys. Res. Lett., doi: 10.1002/2015GL064359.
  6. Fossheim, M., Primicerio, R., Johannesen, E., Ingvaldsen, R.B., Aschan, M., Dolgov, A.V. 2015. Recent warming leads to rapid borealization of fish communities in the Arctic. Nature Climate Change, doi: 10.1038/NCLIMATE2647.
  7. Jørgensen, L.L., Ljubin, P., Skjoldal, H.R., Ingvaldsen, R.B., Anisimova, N., Manushin, I., 2014. Geographical patterns in distribution of epibenthic megafauna in the Barents Sea: the baseline for future monitoring within ecosystem based management. ICES journal of Marine Science, doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsu106.
  8. Onarheim, I.H., Smedsrud, L.H., Ingvaldsen, R, Nilsen, F., 2014. Loss of sea ice during winter north of Svalbard. Tellus A, 66, 23933, http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/tellusa.v66.23933.
  9. Dalpadado, P., Arrigo, K.R., Hjøllo, S.S., Rey, F., Ingvaldsen, R.B., Sperfeld, E., van Dijken, G.L., Stige, L.C., Olsen, A., Ottersen, G., 2014. Productivity in the Barents Sea – Response to Recent Climate Variability. PLoSONE 9(5): e95273. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0095273.
  10. Kjesbu, O.S., Bogstad, B., Devine, J.A., Gjøsæter, H., Howell, D., Ingvaldsen, R.B., Nash, D.M., Skjæraasen, J.E., 2014. Synergies between climate and management for Atlantic cod fisheries at high latitudes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, http://www.pnas.org/cgi/doi/10.1073/pnas.1316342111.
  11. Smedsrud, L.H., Esau, I., Ingvaldsen, R.B., Eldevik, T., Haugan, P.M., Li, C., Lien, V., Olsen, A., Omar, A., Otterå, O.H., Risebrobakken, B., Sandø, A.B., Semenov, V., Sorokina, S., 2013. The role of the Barents Sea in the Arctic climate system. Reviews in Geophysics, 51 (7), 1-35 doi:10.1002/rog.20017.
  12. Michalsen, K., Dalpadado, P., Eriksen, E., Gjøsæter, H., Ingvaldsen, R., Johannesen, E., Jørgensen, LL., Knutsen, T., Skern-Mauritsen, M., and Prozorkevich, D., 2013. Marine living resources of the Barents Sea – Ecosystem understanding and monitoring in a climate change perspective. Marine Biology Research, 9(9): 932-947.
  13. Bogstad, B., Dingsør, G.E., Ingvaldsen, R.B., Gjøsæter, H., 2013 Changes in the relations between oceanographic conditions and recruitment of cod, haddock and herring in the Barents Sea. Marine Biology Research, 9(9): 895-907.
  14. Ingvaldsen, R.B., Gjøsæter, H., 2013. Impact of marine climate variability on the spatial distribution of Barents Sea capelin. Marine Biology Research, 9(9):867-877.
  15. Årthun, M., Eldevik, T., Smedsrud, L.H., Skagseth, Ø., Ingvaldsen, R.B., 2012. Quantifying the influence of Atlantic heat on the Barents Sea ice variability and retreat.  Journal of Climate, Vol. 25, No. 13, 4736-4743.
  16. Dalpadado, P., Ingvaldsen, R.,B., Stige, L.C., Bogstad, B., Knutsen, T., Ottersen, G., and Ellertsen, B., 2012. Climate effects on the Barents Sea ecosystem dynamics. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 69(7), 1303-1316. doi:10.1093/icesjms/fss063.
  17. Johannesen, E., Ingvaldsen, R.B., Dalpadado, P., Skern-Mauritzen, M., Stiansen, J.E., Eriksen, E., Gjøsæter, H., Bogstad, B., and Knutsen, T., 2012. The Barents Sea ecosystem state 1970-2009: climate fluctuations, human impact and trophic interactions. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 69(5), 880–889. doi:10.1093/icesjms/fss046.
  18. Eriksen, E., Ingvaldsen, R., Stiansen, J.E., and Johansen, G.E., 2012. Thermal habitat for 0-group fishes in the Barents Sea; how climate variability impacts their density, length and geographical distribution. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 69(5), 870–879. doi: 10.1093/icesjms/fsr210.
  19. Lind, S. and Ingvaldsen, R.B., 2012. Variability and impacts of Atlantic Water entering the Barents Sea from the north. Deep-Sea Research, I 62 (2012), 70-88. doi:10.1016/j.dsr.2011.12.007.
  20. Tsubouchi, T., Bacon, B., Naveira Garabato, A. C. , Aksenov, Y., Laxon, S., Fahrbach E., Hansen, E., Lee, C.M.,  Ingvaldsen, R.B., 2012. The Arctic Ocean in summer:  boundary fluxes and water mass transformation. Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 117, C01024, doi:10.1029/2011JC007174.
  21. Årthun, M., Ingvaldsen, R.B., Smedsrud, L.H., Schrum C., 2011. Dense water formation and circulation in the Barents Sea. Deep-Sea Research I 58, 801-817.
  22. Mauritsen, C., et al., 2011. Closing the loop – Approaches to monitoring the state of the Arctic Mediterranean during the International Polar Year 2007-2008. Progress in Oceanography (2011), doi:10.1016/j.pocean.2011.02.010.
  23. Smedsrud, L. H., R. Ingvaldsen, J.E.Ø. Nilsen, and Ø Skagseth., 2010. Heat in the Barents Sea: Transport, storage, and surface fluxes. Ocean Science, 6, 219-234.

Popular science and outreach (2015-2016):

  • Korleis har havet det? NFR Nysgjerrigper,
  • Climate change is pushing boreal fish northwards. Fram Forum 2016.
  • Fisk på vandring i Polhavet? FiskeribladetFiskaren 2016.
  • Atlantisk vann møter iskanten. Polarnettverket, Litteraturhuset i Bergen, 2015.
  • Torsken elsker global oppvarming (inntil videre). Aftenposten #klodenvår
  • Climate Change is Pushing Boreal Fish Northwards to the Arctic: The Case of the Barents Sea. Arctic Report Card: Update for 2015.