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Asa Johannesen

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  • Fiskaaling
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Research interests

specifically as it relates to survival.I'm interested in animal behaviourI'm working on fish personality at the moment. This work is being carried out using lumpfish in an aquaculture cleanerfish setting. In general

About

My background is in animal behaviour, which was the title of both my undergraduate and masters degrees. I have since worked two years with desert bird ecology, complete a doctorate on fish behaviour and am now conducting research on lumpfish personality. Behaviour in general, is what I hope to spend my time working on indefinitely.

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  • Nigel Taylor

    Nigel Taylor

  • Sólvør K. Henriksen

    Sólvør K. Henriksen

  • Wei Ning

    Wei NingCentral South University of Economics and Law

  • Høgni Debes

    Høgni DebesFróðskaparsetur Føroya - University of the Faroe Islands

  • Katie Arundell

    Katie Arundell

  • Eydfinn Magnussen

    Eydfinn MagnussenKirkwall Grammar School

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Publications

Application of real-time PCR for specific detection of Lepeophtheirus salmonis in fluid samples from lumpfish (Cyclopterus lumpus) stomachs

  • Eysturskarð J
  • Johannesen Á
  • Eliasen K
Aquaculture International (2016)
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Cryopreservation of lumpfish Cyclopterus lumpus (Linnaeus, 1758) milt.

  • Norðberg G
  • Johannesen A
  • Arge R
PeerJ (2015)
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Prey aggregation is an effective olfactory predator avoidance strategy

  • Johannesen A
  • Dunn A
  • Morrell L
PeerJ (2014)
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Predator-Prey Interactions in Aquatic Environments

  • Johannesen A
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Olfactory cue use by three-spined sticklebacks foraging in turbid water: prey detection or prey location?

  • Johannesen A
  • Dunn A
  • Morrell L
Animal Behaviour (2012)
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Professional experience

Researcher

Fiskaaling

May 2013 - Present

PhD Student

The University of Leeds

January 2010 - May 2013(3 years)

Field Research Assistant

Emirates Centre for the Conservation of Houbara

October 2007 - September 2009(2 years)

Education history

MSc

Manchester Metropolitan University

October 2006 - June 2008(2 years)

BSc (hons)

Myerscough College

September 2003 - June 2006(3 years)