CV

Katja Enberg

Program leader, docent

katja.enberg@imr.no

(+47) 4100 6368

 

Institute of Marine Research

Research and Advice Program Norwegian Sea

PO Box 1870 Nordnes

5817 Bergen

Norway

 

Visiting address: Nordnesgate 33, Bergen

Curriculum vitae

Last updated 27.03.2017

Full name: Katja Susanna Enberg

 

e-mail: katja.enberg@imr.no

home page: http://katja.katja.enberg.no

 

Date and place of Birth: 15.2. 1977, Finland

Family: Married, three children: born 2009, 2011 and 2012 (maternity leave altogether 30 months)

 

Academic degrees and evaluations:

2014 Professorial level researcher competence at the Institute of Marine Research (IMR)

2014 Title of Docent in Evolutionary ecology, University of Helsinki.

2005 PhD, Faculty of Biosciences, Dept. of Biological and Environmental Sciences, University of Helsinki.

2000 MSc, Faculty of Science, Dept. of Ecology and Systematics, University of Helsinki.

 

Recent positions held:

3/2014- present Head of the Research and Advice Program for the Norwegian Sea, IMR

4/2010-2/2014 Researcher, IMR, Bergen (scientist 2010-2011, senior scientist 2011-2014)

12/2007-3/2010 Postdoctoral fellow, University of Bergen (UiB)

4/2007-11/2007 Research fellow, IMR/ UiB, Norway

4/2006-3/2007 Postdoctoral fellow, Int. Inst. for Appl. Systems Analysis (IIASA), Laxenburg, Austria

7/2005-3/2006 Postdoctoral fellow, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics, Univ. of Helsinki

 

Research visits:

2008 University of California Santa Cruz, USA. Visiting Prof. Marc Mangel for 3 months.

2008 University of California Riverside, USA. Visiting Prof. David Reznick for three months.

1999 Imperial College London, UK. Visiting Prof. Kai Lorenzen for 6 months.

 

Academic leadership:

Head of the Research and Advice Program for the Norwegian Sea, IMR (3/2014-present)

Vice Chair of the Young Academy of Norway (2016-2017). Membership based on application and interview, leadership elected among members.

Project leader and PI for Research Council of Norway projects ConEvolHer (2015-2018) and EcoNorSe (2015-2018), see also under Scholarships and grants.

IMR project leader for EU project MYFISH (Maximising yield of fisheries while balancing ecosystem, economic and social concerns: FP7-KBBE-2011-5), 2012-2014.

Chair for the following groups under the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES):

·Working group on widely distributed stocks (WGWIDE; assessing and providing quota advice on commercially highly important stocks like mackerel, herring, blue whiting), 2014-2016

·Workshop on long term management plan (LTMP) for NEA mackerel (WKMACLTMP 2014)

·Workshop on LTMP on Norwegian spring spawning herring (WKBWNSSH 2013).

 

Leadership training:

2015-2016: Leadership development program for young leaders (Yngre Ledere) by the Administrative Research Institute (AFF) at the Norwegian School of Economics. 5 work weeks and intersessional work.

 

Scientific/academic duties:

Member of the Norwegian Advisory Committee for Research on Marine Resources (2015-present).

Member of the following ICES groups: WGWIDE (since 2010), Herring Assessment Working Group for the Area South of 62° N (HAWG, 2011-2013), workshop on LTMP for North Sea herring (WKHELP 2012).

Guest editor of the special issue Toward Darwinian fisheries management in Evolutionary Applications 2009, 2(3): 245 – 455.

Member of the PhD examination board at the University of Lund, Sweden, in 2009 and in 2013.

Convener for the symposia: 1) “Evolving Fish, Changing Fisheries” AFS annual meeting, 2008, Canada; 2) “Recruitment dynamics in a changing environment: integrating spatial and temporal variability into stock assessment and management strategies” ICES Annual Science Conference, 2017, USA.

External referee for research proposals for NSF (USA), The Royal Society (UK), The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO), Swedish Univ. of Agricultural Sciences, Infrastructure grants (Sweden), The Fram Centre (Norway).

Reviewer for over 20 different journals including Nature communications, Nature Ecology and Evolution, Ecology Letters, Journal of Animal Ecology, Evolutionary Applications, Ecological Applications, Fish and Fisheries, Oikos, Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, Conservation Biology, and Evolutionary Ecology.

International mobility:

2008: University of California Santa Cruz, USA. Visiting Prof. Marc Mangel. 3 months.

2008: University of California Riverside, USA. Visiting Prof. David Reznick. 3 months.

1999: Imperial College London, UK. Visiting Prof. Kai Lorenzen. 5 months.

Teaching and higher education studies:

2016: Invited lecturer in Bergen Summer Research School on ‘The ocean, climate and society’. Title: Combined effects of harvesting and climate change on fish populations.

2015: Invited lecturer in Hjort Summer School (Bergen) on ‘Fishing and physics as drivers of marine ecosystem dynamics’. Title: Fisheries management in theory and practice - ecosystem-based?

2011: Invited lecturer in Winter school on eco-evolutionary modelling of speciation (Sweden). Title: Individual-based eco-evolutionary models.

2009, 2014-2016: Visiting lecturer in the following courses at the University of Bergen (UiB): Fisheries models (BIO339); Introduction to Evolution and Ecology (BIO100); Ecology (BIO201).

2011-> Sensor in oral and written exams at the Department of Biology, UiB (BIO339, BIO331, MNF115).

2002-2005: Teaching population ecology and management at the Univ. of Helsinki on bachelor and MSclevels on various lecture series and by the means of computer exercises.

2005: University pedagogy 1 (5 study weeks, corresponding to ca 10 ECTS), Univ. of Helsinki.

 

Supervision:

Postdoc:

Nikos Nikolioudakis (Institute of Marine Research), main supervisor. 10/2015-

Fabian Zimmermann (Institute of Marine Research), main supervisor. 11/2015-

PhD:

Marion Claireaux (Institute of Marine Research), main supervisor. 8/2015-

Ingrid Wathne (University of Bergen), co-supervisor. To be finished in 2017.

MSc:

Marion Claireaux (University of Brest, France), 2015.

Johanna Myrseth (University of Bergen), 2008.

 

Scholarships and grants (last 10 years):

2014: Research Council of Norway: Ecosystem dynamics in the Norwegian Sea - new methods for understanding recent changes (EcoNorSe). 1.1.2015-31.12.2018, ca. € 1 mill.

2014: Research Council of Norway: Can Contemporary Evolution explain the many enigmas in recent dynamics of Norwegian spring-spawning Herring? (ConEvolHer). 1.7.2015- 31.8.2018, ca. € 1 mill.

2007: Academy of Finland, personal postdoctoral grant for research abroad, € 47 100.

 

Publications:

List of publications can be found here (total citations: 1014(1618); h-index 13(15), March 2017, from ISI Web of Science (Google Scholar).

 

Meetings and workshops attended:

  1. ICES ADGWIDE drafting the advice for widely distributed stocks. Copenhagen, Denmark, 14.-16.9. 2016.
  2. Meeting of the ICES Working Group on Widely Distributed Stocks (WGWIDE). Copenhagen, Denmark, 31.8.-6.9.2016. Chairing the meeting.
  3. ICES ADGWIDE drafting the advice for widely distributed stocks. Copenhagen, Denmark, 14.-16.9. 2015.
  4. Meeting of the ICES Working Group on Widely Distributed Stocks (WGWIDE). Pasaia, Spain, 25.-31.8.2015. Chairing the meeting.
  5. The Oikos Finland Meeting for Ecologists and Evolutionary Biologists. Joensuu, Finland, 10.-11.2.2015. Oral presentation: Climate change, fishing, and life‐history evolution ‐ consequences for resilience in North‐East Arctic cod.
  6. Johan Hjort Symposium on Recruitment Dynamics and Stock Variability. Bergen, Norway, 7.-9.10. 2014. Poster presentation: Fishing-induced life-history changes cause increased resilience in an evolutionary model.
  7. ICES ADGWIDE drafting the advice for widely distributed stocks. Copenhagen, Denmark, 22.-24.9. 2014.
  8. Meeting of the ICES Working Group on Widely Distributed Stocks (WGWIDE). Copenhagen, Denmark, 26.8.-1.9.2014. Chairing the meeting.
  9. ICES workshop on evaluation of the long term management plan for NEA mackerel (WKMACLTMP). 24–27 June and 17–19 November 2014, Copenhagen, Denmark.
  10. Ecological Basis of Risk Analysis for Marine Ecosystems. Porvoo, Finland, 2.-4.6.2014. Oral presentation: Adaptive management of living marine resources by integrating different data sources and key ecological processes.
  11. Joint workshop on Climate change Impact on Fish, Fishery Industry and Management. Ulvik, Norway, 5.-9.5.2014.
  12. Meeting of the ICES benchmark on pelagic stocks (WKPELA). Copenhagen, Denmark, 17.-21.2.2014.
  13. MYFISH stakeholder workshop, Hague, the Netherlands, 6.2.2014.
  14. Gadoid Fisheries Symposium, St Andrews, Canada 15.-18.10. 2013. Oral presentation: Fishing-induced life-history changes cause increased resilience in an evolutionary model.
  15. ICES ADGWIDE drafting the advice for widely distributed stocks. Copenhagen, Denmark, 18.-20.9. 2013.
  16. Meeting of the ICES Working Group on Widely Distributed Stocks (WGWIDE). Copenhagen, Denmark, 27.8.-2.9.2013.
  17. ICES ADGBWNSSH drafting the advice for long term management plan of Norwegian spring spawning herring and blue whiting. Copenhagen, Denmark, 22.-24.4. 2013.
  18. ICES workshop on long term management plan of Norwegian spring spawning herring and blue whiting (WKBWNSSH). Bergen, Norway, 11.-13.3. 2013. Chairing the meeting.
  19. ICES workshop on long term management plan for North Sea herring (WKHELP 2012). Two meetings, 3.-4.9.2012 in Ijmuiden, Netherlands and 1.-2.10.2012 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
  20. ICES Annual Science Conference, Bergen, Norway, 17.-21.9.2012. Oral presentation: How is the resilience of fish populations affected by fishing‐induced life history changes?
  21. Meeting of the ICES Working Group on Widely Distributed Stocks (WGWIDE). Lowestoft, UK, 20.8.-28.8.2012.
  22. Meeting of the ICES Working Group on Fisheries-Induced Evolution (WGEVO). Bergen, Norway, 2.-4.5. 2012.
  23. Meeting of the ICES Herring Assessment Working Group (HAWG). Copenhagen, Denmark, 15.-22.3.2012.
  24. Meeting of the ICES benchmark on pelagic stocks (WKPELA). Copenhagen, Denmark, 13.-17.2.2012.
  25. Management Implications of Fisheries-induced Evolution. Bergen, Norway, 12.-14.9. 2011. Oral presentation: Evolution and recovery.
  26. Meeting of the ICES Herring Assessment Working Group (HAWG). Copenhagen, Denmark, 18.-24.3.2011.
  27. Meeting of the ICES Working Group on Widely Distributed Stocks (WGWIDE). Vigo, Spain, 28.8.-3.9.2010.
  28. Meeting of the ICES Working Group on Fisheries-Induced Evolution (WGEVO). Copenhagen, Denmark, 26.-30.4.2010.
  29. Meeting of the ICES Study Group on Fisheries Induced Adaptive Change (SGFIAC). Copenhagen, Denmark, 30.3.-3.4.2009.
  30. International Symposium on Herring: Linking biology, ecology and population status in the context of changing environments. Galway, Ireland, 26-29.8.2008. Oral presentation: Fisheries-induced life-history changes in herring.
  31. American Fisheries Society 138th Annual Meeting, Ottawa, Canada, 17.-21.8. 2008. Two oral presentations: Are threshold harvesting strategies evolutionarily sustainable? and Evolutionary Impact Assessment or Why should society care about fisheries-induced evolution?
  32. 12th International Behavioral Ecology Congress, Ithaca, New York, USA, 9.-14.8.2008.
  33. Meeting of the ICES Study Group on Fisheries Induced Adaptive Change (SGFIAC). Copenhagen, Denmark, 21.-25.1. 2008.
  34. International Council for the Exploration of the Sea Annual Science Conference. Helsinki, Finland, 17.-21.9. 2007. Oral presentation: Fisheries-induced life-history changes in herring.
  35. 11th Congress of the European Society for Evolutionary Biology, Uppsala, Sweden, 20.-25.8.2007. Poster presentation: How do harvest-induced life-history changes influence population dynamics at low abundance?
  36. Ecosystem Dynamics in the Norwegian Sea and Barents Sea. Tromsø, Norway, 12.-15.3. 2007. Oral presentation: Do fisheries-induced life-history changes influence stock recovery?
  37. Meeting of the ICES Study Group on Fisheries Induced Adaptive Change. (SGFIAC). Lissabon, Portugal, 26.2.-2.3. 2007.
  38. The Sixth William R. and Lenore Mote International Symposium in Fisheries Ecology: Life History in Fisheries Ecology & Management. Sarasota, Florida, USA, 14.-16.11. 2006. Oral presentation: Ecological and evolutionary dimensions of stock recovery.
  39. International Council for the Exploration of the Sea Annual Science Conference. Maastricht, the Netherlands, 19.-23.9. 2006. Oral presentation: Ecological and evolutionary recovery of exploited fish stocks.
  40. International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) Workshop on the Decline and Recovery of cod Stocks throughout the North Atlantic, including trophodynamic effects (WKDRCS). St John’s, Canada, 9.-12.5. 2006. Oral presentation: Fisheries-induced evolution, decline and recovery of cod stocks.
  41. Workshop on Ecological Response to Climate Change: scales of change, scales of observation. Helsinki, Finland, 3.-4.11. 2005. Invited oral presentation: Sustainable harvesting in variable environments.
  42. British Ecological Society Annual Meeting. Hertfordshire, UK, 5.-7.9. 2005. Oral presentation: Fish harvesting, marine reserves, and distribution of individuals over space.
  43. The Influence of Climate Change on North Altantic Fish Stocks. Bergen, Norway, 11.-14. 5. 2004.
  44. Spring Symposium. Helsinki, Finland, 15.-17.4. 2004. Oral presentation: Harvesting, conservation reserves, and distribution of individuals over space.
  45. Workshop on New Options and Policies in Fisheries Management. Roskilde, Denmark, 26.-28.1. 2004.
  46. 3rd International Wildlife Management Congress. Christchurch, New Zealand, 1.-5.12. 2003. Oral presentation: Extinctions in population management.
  47. Annual Meeting of European Association of Environmental Resource Economists EAERE 2003. Bilbao, Spain, 27.-30.6. 2003. Oral presentation: Managed extinctions in fisheries.
  48. Ecosystems and Sustainable Development ECOSUD 2003. Siena, Italy, 4.-6.6. 2003. Oral presentation: Extinctions in fisheries management.
  49. Spring Symposium. Helsinki, Finland, 7.-9.4. 2003. Oral presentation: Harvesting in variable environments.
  50. Workshop on Theoretical and Practical Issues of Bio-Economic Modelling. Roskilde, Denmark, 30.9.-2.10. 2002. Oral presentation: Harvesting in variable environments.
  51. Extinction Thresholds Conference: insights from ecology, genetics, epidemiology and behaviour. Helsinki 2.-5.9. 2002. Poster: Managed extinctions in fisheries.
  52. Workshop on theoretical ecology: Natural Resource Management and Conservation Biology. Trieste, Italy, 22.4.-3.5. 2002.
  53. Spring Symposium. Helsinki, Finland, 10.-12.4. 2002: Oral presentation: Managed extinctions in fisheries.
  54. MaDaMe-conference. Bornholm, Denmark, 11.-14.5. 2001. Oral presentation: Harvesting in a community.
  55. Spring Symposium. Helsinki, Finland, 4.-6.4. 2001. Oral presentation: Harvesting in a two-level food web.

Katja Enberg