National Institute of Aquatic Resources
Section for Marine Living Resources
Henrik Dams Allé
Building 201 Room 138
2800 Kgs. Lyngby
Fish biology, population ecology and interdisciplinary fisheries sciences. Particularly understanding how physical and chemical properties of the environment interact with biological processes to regulate otolith biomineralization and chemical composition, and how to use the chronological information stored in the otoliths to infer knowledge on fish growth, habitat use and movement that can ultimately improve fish stock assessment and sustainable management.