Bilde av Armstrong, Claire
Bilde av Armstrong, Claire
The Norwegian College of Fishery Science claire.armstrong@uit.no +4777645574 You can find me here

Claire Armstrong


Research interests: Natural resource economics and management, bioeconomic modelling, ecosystem services and values


  • Huu-Luat Do, Claire Armstrong :
    Ghost fishing gear and their effect on ecosystem services – Identification and knowledge gaps
    Marine Policy 2023 ARKIV / DOI
  • Thi Thanh Ngan Le, Claire W. Armstrong :
    Choice of climate risk adaptive measures in shrimp farming—A case study from the Mekong, Vietnam
    Aquaculture Economics & Management 2023 ARKIV / DOI
  • Margrethe Aanesen, Claire Armstrong, Trude Borch, Reinhold Fieler, Vera Hausner, Gorm Kipperberg et al.:
    To Tell or Not to Tell: Preference Elicitation with and without Emphasis on Scientific Uncertainty
    Land Economics 2023 ARKIV / DOI
  • Thi Thanh Ngan Le, Eivind Hestvik Brækkan, Claire W. Armstrong, Arne Eide :
    Determinants of inefficiency in shrimp aquaculture under environmental impacts: Comparing shrimp production systems in the Mekong, Vietnam
    Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 2022 ARKIV / DOI
  • Nesha Dushani Salpage, Margrethe Aanesen, Claire W. Armstrong :
    Willingness to pay for mangrove restoration to reduce the climate change impacts on ecotourism in Rekawa coastal wetland, Sri Lanka
    Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy 2022 ARKIV / DOI
  • Claire W. Armstrong, Margrethe Aanesen, Stephen Hynes, Robert Tinch :
    People do care about the deep sea. A comment on Jamieson et al. (2020)
    ICES Journal of Marine Science 2022 ARKIV / DOI
  • Rob Tinch, Stephen Hynes, Claire W. Armstrong, Wenting Chen :
    Prospects for Valuation in Marine Decision Making in Europe
    Journal of Ocean and Coastal Economics (JOCE) 2021 ARKIV / DOI
  • Godwin Kofi Vondolia, Stephen Hynes, Claire W. Armstrong, Wenting Chen :
    Subjective well-being and stated preferences: Explorations from a choice experiment in Norway
    Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics 2021 ARKIV / DOI
  • Rob Tinch, Isaac Ankamah-Yeboah, Claire W. Armstrong :
    Exploring Perspectives of the Validity, Legitimacy and Acceptability of Environmental Valuation using Q Methodology
    Journal of Ocean and Coastal Economics (JOCE) 2021 ARKIV / DOI
  • Thi Hong Nga Cao, Arne Eide, Claire W. Armstrong, Le Kim Long :
    Measuring capacity utilization in fisheries using physical or economic variables: A data envelope analysis of a Vietnamese purse seine fishery
    Fisheries Research 2021 ARKIV / DOI
  • Stephen Hynes, Claire W. Armstrong, Bich Xuân Bui, Isaac Ankamah-Yeboah, Katherine Simpson, Robert Tinch et al.:
    Have environmental preferences and willingness to pay remained stable before and during the global Covid-19 shock?
    Ecological Economics 2021 ARKIV / DOI
  • Margrethe Aanesen, Claire W. Armstrong, Tom M. Van Rensburg :
    Do we choose differently after a discussion? Results from a deliberative valuation study in Ireland
    Land Economics 2021 ARKIV / FULLTEKST / DOI
  • Isaac Ankamah-Yeboah, Claire W. Armstrong, Stephen Hynes, Bich Xuân Bui, Katherine Simpson :
    Assessing public preferences for deep sea ecosystem conservation: a choice experiment in Norway and Scotland
    Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy 2021 ARKIV / DOI
  • Bich Xuân Bui, Claire W. Armstrong, Isaac Ankamah-Yeboah, Stephen Hynes, Katherine Needham :
    Valuing High Seas Ecosystem Conservation
    Conservation Biology 2021 ARKIV / DOI
  • Stephen Hynes, Wenting Chen, Godwin Kofi Vondolia, Claire W. Armstrong, Eamonn O'Connor :
    Valuing the ecosystem service benefits from kelp forest restoration: A choice experiment from Norway
    Ecological Economics 2021 ARKIV / DOI
  • Nils Christian Stenseth, Mark R. Payne, Erik Bonsdorff, Dorothy Jane Dankel, Joel Marcel Durant, Leif G. Anderson et al.:
    Attuning to a changing ocean
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 2020 ARKIV / DOI
  • Stephen Hynes, Isaac Ankamah-Yeboah, Stephen O’Neill, Katherine Needham, Bich Xuân Bui, Claire W. Armstrong :
    The impact of nature documentaries on public environmental preferences and willingness to pay: entropy balancing and the blue planet II effect
    Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 2020 ARKIV / DOI
  • Isaac Ankamah-Yeboah, Bich Xuân Bui, Stephen Hynes, Claire W. Armstrong :
    Public perceptions of deep-sea environment: Evidence from Scotland and Norway
    Frontiers in Marine Science 10. March 2020 ARKIV / DOI
  • Cao Thi Hong Nga, Arne Eide, Claire W. Armstrong, Le Kim Long :
    Economic performance and capacity utilisation in vietnamese purse seine fishery
    Asian Fisheries Science 2020 ARKIV / DOI
  • Godwin K Vondolia, Wenting Chen, Claire W. Armstrong, Magnus D Norling :
    Bioeconomic Modelling of Coastal Cod and Kelp Forest Interactions: Co-benefits of Habitat Services, Fisheries and Carbon Sinks
    Environmental and Resource Economics 2020 ARKIV / DOI
  • Bich Xuân Bui, Claire W. Armstrong :
    Trading off Tourism and Fisheries
    Environmental and Resource Economics 2019 ARKIV
  • Claire W. Armstrong, Margrethe Aanesen, Thomas van Rensburg, Erlend Dancke Sandorf :
    Willingness to pay to protect cold water corals
    Conservation Biology 2019 ARKIV / DOI
  • Bente Sundsvold, Claire W. Armstrong :
    Found in translation: identifying ecosystem services through public consultation statements in a marine spatial planning process
    Ecosystems and People 2019 ARKIV / DOI
  • Luc Doyen, Claire W. Armstrong, Stefan Baumgärtner, Christophe Béné, Fabian Blanchard, Abdoul Ahad Cissé et al.:
    From no whinge scenarios to viability tree
    Ecological Economics 2019 DOI
  • Margrethe Aanesen, Claire W. Armstrong :
    Trading off co-produced marine ecosystem services: Natural resource industries versus other use and non-use ecosystem service values
    Frontiers in Marine Science 2019 ARKIV / DOI
  • Claire W. Armstrong :
    A conceptual bio-economic ecosystem service model
    Fagbokforlaget 2019
  • Claire W. Armstrong, Nguyen Thi Kim Anh :
    Building research and educational capacity in Vietnam and Sri Lanka on the impacts of climate change on marine ecosystems management: Challenges, achievements and lessons learned
    African Minds 2019
  • Claire W. Armstrong, Naomi Foley, Dag Slagstad, Melissa Chierici, Ingrid H. Ellingsen, Marit Reigstad :
    Valuing blue carbon changes in the Arctic ocean
    Frontiers in Marine Science 2019 ARKIV / DOI
  • Claire W Armstrong, Godwin K Vondolia, Naomi Foley, Lea-Anne Henry, Katherine Needham, Adriana M Ressurreição :
    Expert Assessment of Risks Posed by Climate Change and Anthropogenic Activities to Ecosystem Services in the Deep North Atlantic
    Frontiers in Marine Science 2019 ARKIV / DOI
  • Bui Bich Xuan, Claire W. Armstrong :
    Trading Off Tourism for Fisheries
    Environmental and Resource Economics 2018 DOI
  • Claire W. Armstrong :
    Marine and coastal cultural ecosystem services: knowledge gaps and research priorities
    One Ecosystem 2017 DOI
  • Claire W. Armstrong, Viktoria Kahui, Godwin Kofi Vondolia, Margrethe Aanesen, Mikolaj Czajkowski :
    Use and non-use values in an applied bioeconomic model of fisheries and habitat connections
    Marine Resource Economics 2017 ARKIV / DOI
  • Bich Xuan Bui, Claire W. Armstrong :
    Marine reserve creation and interactions between fisheries and capture-based aquaculture: A bio-economic model analysis
    Natural Resource Modeling 2017 ARKIV / DOI
  • Claire W. Armstrong, Huu Luat Do, Roger Bertram Larsen :
    Tapt fiskeredskap - hva mener fiskere?
    Fiskeribladet 2024 FULLTEKST
  • Claire W. Armstrong :
    Hva sier våre resultater om dagens kongekrabbe forvaltning? En bioøkonomisk analyse
    2023
  • Claire W. Armstrong :
    Hva sier våre resultater om dagens kongekrabbe forvaltning? En bioøkonomisk analyse
    2023
  • Julide Ceren Ahi, Claire Armstrong :
    Estimating the socially optimal fish stock: incorporating society’s prioritisation of ecosystem services
    2022
  • Julide Ceren Ahi, Claire Armstrong :
    Estimating the socially optimal fish stock: incorporating society’s prioritization of ecosystem services
    2022
  • Godwin Kofi Vondolia, Stephen Hynes, Claire Armstrong, Wenting Chen :
    Subjective well-being and stated preferences: Explorations from a choice experiment in Norway
    Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics 2021 DOI
  • Kristine Grimsrud, Claire W. Armstrong, Øyvind Paasche, Bente Pretlove, Thina Margrethe Saltvedt :
    Nasjonalregnskap for havet og havøkonomien”
    2021 DOI
  • Kari Anne Bråthen, Maria Tuomi, Tove Aagnes Utsi, Claire W. Armstrong :
    MONEC - Et tverrfaglig prosjekt for fremme av utmark med stort biologisk mangfold
    2021 DATA
  • Tove Aagnes Utsi, Nigel Yoccoz, Claire Armstrong, Victoria Gonzalez, Snorre Hagen, Ingibjörg Svala Jónsdóttir et al.:
    Evergreening of the tundra – blindspot in the management of a social-ecological system?
    2021
  • Nina Mikkelsen, Mette Skern-Mauritzen, Geir Ottersen, Claire W. Armstrong, Per Arneberg, Per Fauchald et al.:
    BarentsRisk- assessing cumulative impacts on the Barents Sea Ecosystem
    2021
  • Karen Helene Ulltveit-Moe, Vidar Christiansen, Linda Nøstbakken, Claire W. Armstrong :
    Myter om lakseskatt
    Dagens næringsliv 04. March 2020
  • Nina Mikkelsen, Mette Skern-Mauritzen, Geir Ottersen, Claire W. Armstrong, Per Arneberg, Per Fauchald et al.:
    Defining ecosystem vulnerabilities and risks of cumulative impacts in a unifying Ecosystem Risk Assessment Framework
    2020
  • Stephen Hynes, Wenting Chen, Kofi Vondolia, Claire W. Armstrong, Eamonn O'Connor, Nadia Papadopoulou et al.:
    Valuing the Benefits from Marine Ecosystem Restoration: A Choice Experiment (D7.3)
    2019
  • Bjørn Hersoug, Claire W. Armstrong, Camilla Brattland, Einar Eythórsson, Sanne Bech Holmgaard, Jahn Petter Johnsen et al.:
    "Når det blåser i fra ØST" - Om bruken av økosystemtjeneste-perspektivet i kystsoneplanleggingen
    2019 ARKIV
  • Bui Bich Xuan, Claire W. Armstrong :
    Correction to: Trading Off Tourism for Fisheries (Environmental and Resource Economics, (2018), 10.1007/s10640-018-0281-5)
    Environmental and Resource Economics 2018 DOI
  • Lisa Borges, Kåre Nolde Nielsen, Katia Frangoudes, Claire W. Armstrong, Melania Borit :
    Conflicts and trade-offs in implementing the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) discard policy
    2018 DATA / ARKIV / FULLTEKST
  • Arne Eide, Claire W. Armstrong, Øystein Hermansen :
    Det mest kostnadseffektive fartøy – finnes det?
    Lønnsomhetsundersøkelse for fiskeflåten 2017 FULLTEKST

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    Publications outside Cristin

     

    • 1.      Tinch, Foley and Armstrong. Ocean monetary values to support adaptive MSP. ATLAS Deliverable 5.5, 2019.

      2.      Ankamah-Yeboah, Bui, Hynes, Needham and Armstrong Willingness to Pay for Conservation in the North Atlantic Deep-Sea Ecosystems. ATLAS Deliverable 5.4, 2019.

      3.      Tinch, Ankamah-Yeboah and Armstrong. Validity, legitimacy and acceptability of ecosystem valuations. ATLAS Deliverable 5.3, 2019.

      4.      Hersoug, Armstrong, Brattland, Eythorsson, Holmgaard, Johnsen, Kvalvik, Mikkelsen, Pudel, Solås, Sandsvold, Sørdahl og Thuestad. On the use of the ecosystem service perspective in coastal zone planning. (In Norwegian; Når det blåser i fra ØST. Om bruken av økosystemtjeneste-perspektivet i kystsoneplanleggingen) Nofima Rapport 2/2019. https://nofima.no/pub/1667387/

      5.      Borges, Nielsen, Frangoudes, Armstrong and Borit. Conflict and trade-offs in impleementing the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) discard policy. DiscardLess deliverable D7.3, 2018 https://zenodo.org/record/1238588#.W6NMSeRaH5p

      6.      Foley, Pham and Armstrong. Classification and Evaluation of Ecosystem Services in Relation to Aquatic Food Provisioning in the face of Climate Change – A Scoping Study. ClimeFish deliverable D4.1, 2018.

      7.      Foley, Armstrong, Hynes, Needham and Ressurreição. Inventory of Ecosystem Services, ATLAS Deliverable 5.1, 2018.

      8.      Armstrong, Foley, Needham, Ressurreição and Vondolia. Expert assessment of risks to ecosystem services from diverse human drivers in the Atlantic deep sea, ATLAS Deliverable 5.2, 2017

      9.      Magnussen, Lindhjem, Armstrong, Bergland, Mikkelsen, Reinvang and Skjelvik. Økosystemtjenester i Barentshavet-Lofoten: Samfunnsmessige verdier og avveininger. Vista Analyse, 2013.

      10.  Armstrong, Holen, Navrud and Seifert. The Economics of Ocean Acidification – a scoping study. Fram Centre, 2012.

      11.  Tinch, van den Hove, Armstrong, Foley, van Rensburg. Integrating public values in deep sea governance. Deliverable 6.10, HERMIONE, 2012.

      12.  Foley, Armstrong, Chen, Kahui, Kaspersen, Mikkelsen and Reithe. Report on coral-fisheries interactions – theoretical and applied bioeconomic analysis. Deliverable 35 CORALFISH, 2011.

      13.  Tinch, van den Hove, Armstrong, Pattenden. Policy demands for value evidence on deep sea environments.  Deliverable 6.3, HERMIONE, 2011.

      14.  Armstrong, Eide, Flaaten and Heen. The Norwegian Northeast Arctic Cod Fishery. In: The Economics of Rebuilding Fisheries. Case Studies of Fisheries Rebuilding Plans. Part 2, 202-219. OECD, 2011.

      15.  Piet, Röckmann, Aanesen, Armstrong, Le Quesne, Bloomfield, van Hal, Nolan, Velasco, Borges, Porteiro, Rui Pinho, Hily, Duchêne and Frid: Development and selection of operational management strategies to achieve policy objectives. Making the European Fisheries Ecosystem Plan Operational (MEFEPO): Work Package 5 Report, 2011.

      16.  Aanesen, Armstrong and Kahui: TEV (Total Economic Value) Analysis of a Marine Environment in Norway. In: Economics of Fish Resources and Aquatic Ecosystems: Balancing Uses, Balancing Costs. Proceedings of the Fifteenth Biennial Conference of the International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade (IIFET), Montpellier, France, July 13-16, 2010.

      17.  Raakjær, Abreu, Armstrong, Hegland, van Hof, Ounanian, Ramirez, Röckmann, Zetterholm, Exploring the Option of Regionalising the Common Fisheries Policy. Making the European Fisheries Ecosystem Plan Operational (MEFEPO): Work Package 4 Technical Document, 2010.

      18.  Armstrong, Burgos, Chen, Foley, Kaspersen: Collation of economic and biological time series data for Norwegian and Icelandic redfish fisheries. Deliverable D23, WP8, CoralFISH, 2010.

      19.  Armstrong, Foley, Tinch, van den Hove: Ecosystem Services of the Deep Sea. Deliverable 6.2, HERMIONE, 2010.

      20.  Armstrong, Foley, Kahui, Mikkelsen and Reithe: Bioeconomic modelling of renewable and non-renewable habitat-fisheries interactions under different management regimes - State of the art overview. Deliverable 8.1, CORALFISH, 2008.

      21.  Armstrong, Falk-Petersen, Foley, Grehan, van Oevelen, van Rensburg and Soetaert Preliminary report on the applicability of bio-economic modelling approaches for use in conjunction with HERMES ecosystem models to assess socio-economic impacts resulting from implementation of management scenarios. Deliverable 87 under WP8, HERMES, 2007.

      22.  Grehan, Armstrong, Bergstad, Edwards, Fouquet, Herrera, Person, Prikrill, Skinner, Thomsen and van den Hove Sustainable use of deep-sea resources. In The Deep-Sea Frontier: Science challenges for a sustainable future (Cochanat et.al (eds.)), European Commission, Seventh Framework Programme, Directorate General for Research, EUR 22812 EN, Belgium, 2007.

      23.  Armstrong, Foley and van Rensburg: Methodological review of socio-economic valuation of deep-water coral ecosystems. Deliverable 48 under WP8, HERMES, 2006.

      24.  Sumaila, Chuenpagdee, Armstrong, Alexander, Falk-Petersen, Heymans, Isaacs, Stephanus, and Cruz Trinidad: Report on ecosystem values. Deliverable 8.2 under WP8. INCOFISH 2006.

      25.  Sumaila, Chuenpagdee, Armstrong, Alexander, Falk-Petersen, Heymans, Isaacs, Stephanus, and Cruz Trinidad: Global Fisheries Socio-economic Database. Deliverable 8.1 under WP8. INCOFISH 2006.

      26.  Armstrong: Review of bio-economic modelling work of relevance for deep-water coral management. In: Review of Marine Protected Areas as a Tool for Ecosystem Conservation and Fisheries Management. Deliverable D2 under WP2. PROTECT 2006.

      27.  Armstrong: Economic research on marine reserves – an overview. In: Marine Protected Areas and Fisheries. Ritterhoff, J., S. Gubbay and C. Zucco (eds.). Proceedings of the International Expert Workshop held in the International Academy for Nature Conservation, Isle of Vilm, Germany 28 June – 2 July, 2004.

      28.  Armstrong, Armstrong and Reithe: A bioeconomic model of partial closures and habitat effects - The case of a migratory fish stock, Proceedings of the 12. conference for International Fisheries Economics and Trade (IIFET 2000), Tokyo, Japan, 2004.

      29.  Sumaila, Al-Oufi and Armstrong: Mangement of shared fishery resources: Theory, practise and potential applications to the fisheries of NW Indian Ocean. Proceedings of the International Conference on Fisheries, Aquaculture and Environment in the Northwestern Indian Ocean, 08-10 January, Sultan Qaboos University, College of Agricultural, Muscat, Sultanate of Oman, 2001.

      30.  Armstrong: Why fish auctions differ – theory and practise. Proceedings of the 10. conference for International Fisheries Economics and Trade (IIFET 2000), Corvallis, Oregon, 2000.

      31.  Armstrong and Sumaila: Effects of an ITQ management system for the North-East Arctic cod - the case of a technological externality. Proceedings of the 9. conference for International Fisheries Economics and Trade (IIFET 98), Tromsø, Norway, 1998.

      32.  Armstrong: Management of fish resources – the allocation between offshore and inshore. (In Norwegian Forvaltning av fiskressursene –fordelingen mellom kyst og hav). In: Fiskerisamfunn og offentlig styring. Arbeidsnotat 1/98, Institutt for Geografi, Universitetet i Bergen, 1998.

      33.  Armstrong, Bergland, Eide, Flåten and Larsen: The economics and regulation of the cod fishery (in Norwegian: Torskefiskets Økonomi og Regulering). Forskningsstiftelsen i Tromsø. SR0509, 1991.

      34.  Armstrong: Soviet fisheries in the North (in Norwegian: Sovjetiske Fiskerier i Nordområdene). Forskningsstiftelsen i Tromsø, SN1991-047, 1991.


    Research interests

    Natural resource economics, fisheries and ecosystem management, bioeconomic modelling, ecosystem services and their values.

     

     

    Teaching

    Natural resource economics


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