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Randi B. Ingvaldsen

Senior Scientist 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
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Biography

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.