Henrik Svedang
Henrik Svedang
Senior scientist, Gothenburg University & Stockholm University
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Uncoupling of somatic and otolith growth rates in Arctic char (Salvelinus alpinus) as an effect of differences in temperature response
H Mosegaard, H Svedäng, K Taberman
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 45 (9), 1514-1524, 1988
Thermal niche of Atlantic cod Gadus morhua: limits, tolerance and optima
DA Righton, KH Andersen, F Neat, V Thorsteinsson, P Steingrund, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 420, 1-13, 2010
Migratory behaviour of Atlantic cod Gadus morhua: natal homing is the prime stock-separating mechanism
H Svedäng, D Righton, P Jonsson
Marine ecology progress series 345, 1-12, 2007
Low fat contents in female silver eels: indications of insufficient energetic stores for migration and gonadal development
H Svedäng, H Wickström
Journal of Fish Biology 50 (3), 475-486, 1997
Genome architecture enables local adaptation of Atlantic cod despite high connectivity
JMI Barth, PR Berg, PR Jonsson, S Bonanomi, H Corell, ...
Molecular ecology 26 (17), 4452-4466, 2017
Maturation patterns in female European eel: age and size at the silver eel stage.
H Svedäng, Henrik, Neuman, Erik & Wickström
Journal of Fish Biology 48, 342 351, 1996
Histological analysis invalidates macroscopically determined maturity ogives of the Kattegat cod (Gadus morhua) and suggests new proxies for estimating maturity …
F Vitale, H Svedäng, M Cardinale
ICES Journal of Marine Science 63 (3), 485-492, 2006
Selective fishing induces density-dependent growth
H Svedäng, S Hornborg
Nature communications 5 (1), 4152, 2014
Spatial and temporal aspects of the decline in cod (Gadus morhua L.) abundance in the Kattegat and eastern Skagerrak
H Svedäng, G Bardon
ICES Journal of Marine Science 60 (1), 32-37, 2003
Do stocked freshwater eels migrate? Evidence from the Baltic suggests" yes"
KE Limburg, H Wickstrom, H Svedang, M Elfman, P Kristiansson
American Fisheries Society Symposium, 275-284, 2003
Modelling recruitment and abundance of Atlantic cod, Gadus morhua, in the eastern Skagerrak–Kattegat (North Sea): evidence of severe depletion due to a prolonged period of high …
M Cardinale, H Svedäng
Fisheries Research 69 (2), 263-282, 2004
Migratory behaviour and otolith chemistry suggest fine-scale sub-population structure within a genetically homogenous Atlantic Cod population
H Svedäng, C André, P Jonsson, M Elfman, KE Limburg
Environmental biology of fishes 89, 383-397, 2010
The inshore demersal fish community on the Swedish Skagerrak coast: regulation by recruitment from offshore sources
H Svedäng
ICES Journal of Marine Science 60 (1), 23-31, 2003
Silver eel migration behaviour in the Baltic
H Westerberg, I Lagenfelt, H Svedäng
ICES Journal of Marine Science 64 (7), 1457-1462, 2007
Population structure in Atlantic cod in the eastern North Sea-Skagerrak-Kattegat: early life stage dispersal and adult migration
C André, H Svedäng, H Knutsen, G Dahle, P Jonsson, AK Ring, M Sköld, ...
BMC research notes 9, 1-11, 2016
Decline and recovery of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) stocks throughout the North Atlantic
GR Lilly, K Wieland, BJ Rothschild, S Sundby, K Drinkwater, K Brander, ...
Alaska Sea Grant College Program, 2008
Genetic basis of life‐history variation of dwarf and normal Arctic charr, Salvelinus alpinus (L.), in Stora Rösjön, central Sweden*
H Svedäng
Journal of Fish Biology 36 (6), 917-932, 1990
The beauty of simplicity in science: Baltic cod stock improves rapidly in a ‘cod hostile’ecosystem state
M Cardinale, H Svedäng
Marine Ecology Progress Series 425, 297-301, 2011
Consequences of Subpopulation Structure on Fisheries Management: Cod (Gadus morhua) in the Kattegat and Öresund (North Sea)
H Svedäng, J Stål, T Sterner, M Cardinale
Reviews in Fisheries Science 18 (2), 139-150, 2010
The spatial distribution of cod (Gadus morhua L.) spawning grounds in the Kattegat, eastern North Sea
F Vitale, P Börjesson, H Svedäng, M Casini
Fisheries Research 90 (1-3), 36-44, 2008
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