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Kim Halvorsen

  • PhD
  • Research Scientist
  • Institute of Marine Research
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About

My main interest is how fisheries and other human activities interact with species’ life history traits, behaviour and reproductive biology in an integrated ecological and evolutionary perspective. In this context, most of my previous and current research is conducted on different wrasse species commercially harvested and used as cleaner fish in salmonid aquaculture.

Co-authors (3)

  • Torkel Larsen
  • Tonje Sørdalen

Publications (5)

Impact of harvesting cleaner fish for salmonid aquaculture assessed from replicated coastal marine protected areas

  • Halvorsen K
  • Larsen T
  • Sørdalen T
Marine Biology Research (2017)
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Selective harvesting and life history variability of corkwing and goldsinny wrasse in Norway: Implications for management and conservation

  • Halvorsen K
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Male-biased sexual size dimorphism in the nest building corkwing wrasse (<i>Symphodus melops</i>): implications for a size regulated fishery

  • Halvorsen K
  • Sørdalen T
  • Durif C
ICES Journal of Marine Science (2016)
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Sex- and size-selective harvesting of corkwing wrasse ( <i>Symphodus melops</i> )—a cleaner fish used in salmonid aquaculture

  • Halvorsen K
  • Sørdalen T
  • Vøllestad L
ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil (2016)
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Mitochondrial DNA differentiation between the antitropical blue whiting species Micromesistius poutassou and Micromesistius australis.

  • Halvorsen K
  • Árnason E
  • Smith P
Journal of fish biology (2012)
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Professional experience

Research Scientist

Institute of Marine Research

February 2017 - Present