• Bridging the Gap between Fisheries Science and Society: Exploring Fisheries Science as a Social Activity 

      Bailey, Jennifer L.; Liu, Yajie; Davidsen, Jan Grimsrud (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      Much has been written about the poor relations between fisheries scientists and lay people, but the experience of two field biologists suggests that good relations can exist and have a positive impact on the exchange of ...
    • Coming soon to a fjord near you: future jellyfish scenarios in a changing climate 

      Tiller, Rachel Gjelsvik; Borgersen, Åshild Løvås; Knutsen, Øyvind; Bailey, Jennifer L.; Bjelland, Hans Vanhauwaert; Mork, Jarle; Eisenhauer, Lionel; Liu, Yajie (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      Over the last decades, a dense population of the deep-sea/oceanic scyphozoan jellyfish Periphylla periphylla has established itself as top predator in the Trondheimsfjord in Norway, which has caused the traditional fisheries ...
    • Integrating scientific knowledge, data and stakeholder perceptions for decision support 

      de Kok, Jean Luc; Viaene, Peter; Vermeiren, Karolien; Van der Meulen, Maarten; Tiller, Rachel Gjelsvik; Ardelan, Murat Van; Bailey, Jennifer L.; Thorpe, Robert; Beecham, Jonathan; Vanleeuwen, Sonja; Thingstad, T. Frede; Tsagaraki, Tatiana; Richards, Russell; Bizsel, Can; Salgado, Hugo (Chapter, 2016)
      The marine food web is considered to be a factor of key importance for the global carbon balance. The concept of the ‘Biological Pump’ refers to the mechanism by which CO2 fixed by photosynthesis is transferred to the deep ...
    • Interdisciplinarity as an Emergent Property: The Research Project “CINTERA” and the Study of Marine Eutrophication 

      Bailey, Jennifer L.; Ardelan, Murat Van; Hernández, Klaudia L.; González, Humberto E.; Iriarte, Jose Luis; Olsen, Lasse Mork; Salgado, Hugo; Tiller, Rachel Gjelsvik (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      Research projects combining different disciplines are increasingly common and sought after by funding agencies looking for ways to achieve environmental, social, and economic sustainability. Creating and running a truly ...
    • Level up or game over: The implications of levels of impact in certification schemes for salmon aquaculture 

      Amundsen, Vilde Steiro; Gauteplass, Asle; Bailey, Jennifer L. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Certification schemes are becoming increasingly important within aquaculture management, but the indicators that are used by these schemes are subject to considerable debate. Many have questioned their actual impact on ...
    • Looking for Sustainable solutions in salmon aquaculture 

      Bailey, Jennifer L. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014)
      Sustainable development poses highly complex issues for those who attempt to implement it. Using the Brundtland Commission's definition of sustainable development as a vantage point, this article discusses the issues posed ...
    • Social-Cultural Ecosystem Services of Sea Trout Recreational Fishing in Norway 

      Liu, Yajie; Bailey, Jennifer L.; Davidsen, Jan Grimsrud (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      This paper explores the ecosystem services provided by anadromous brown trout (often termed sea trout) populations in Norway. Sea trout is an important species in both freshwater and marine ecosystems and provides important ...
    • Sosiale medier og demokratisering 

      Nygård, Andrea Berg (Bachelor thesis, 2020)
      På starten av 2010-tallet så man en rekke opprør i Midtøsten og Nord-Afrika. Disse opprørene fikk kallenavnet Den arabiske våren. Flere argumenterer for at sosiale medier hadde en stor påvirkningskraft i disse opprørene, ...
    • Stakeholder Perceptions of Links between Environmental Changes to their Socio-Ecological System and their Adaptive Capacity in the Region of Troms, Norway 

      Tiller, Rachel Gjelsvik; de Kok, Jean-Luc; Vermelren, Karolien; Richards, Russell; Ardelan, Murat Van; Bailey, Jennifer L. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      Climate change affects the marine environment at all levels of governance. At a global level, researchers expect the projected increase in sea surface temperature to facilitate large changes in the marine food web, which ...
    • Stakeholder perceptions of the impacts from salmon aquaculture in the Chilean Patagonia 

      Salgado, Hugo; Bailey, Jennifer L.; Tiller, Rachel Gjelsvik; Ellis, John (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      We review stakeholder perceptions in Chile regarding socioeconomic impacts of salmon aquaculture in the Chilean Patagonia. This is one of the fastest growing industries in Chile that developed with very limited regulation, ...
    • Value and Growth -- Rethinking basic concepts in Lockean liberalism 

      Bailey, Jennifer L.; Thorseth, May (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      This article argues that protection of the environment requires reconsidering basic liberal ideas relating to value and growth. It selects a central thinker in the liberal tradition, John Locke, as ...
    • Working Group on Maritime Systems (WGMARS). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:88 

      Bailey, Jennifer L. (Research report, 2019)
      The overarching focus of Working Group on Maritime Systems (WGMARS) has been on under-standing the conceptualisation and implementation of Integrated Ecosystem Assessments (IEAs) in ICES and more broadly. From 2017-2019, ...