Bilde av Vogel, Emma
Bilde av Vogel, Emma
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Emma Vogel

Post-doctoral fellow

Job description

My research focuses on understanding how marine top-predators interact with their environment. I am particularly interested in how prey fields influence foraging behaviours. More specifically, I have been studying how various whale species (Killer whales, Humpback whales, and Sperm whales) interact with local fisheries. I study this using a range of techniques including bio-logging, stable isotope analysis, and quantitative modelling.

  • Emma Vogel, Stine Skalmerud, Martin Biuw, Marie-Anne Blanchet, Lars Kleivane, Georg Skaret et al.:
    Foraging movements of humpback whales relate to the lateral and vertical distribution of capelin in the Barents Sea
    Frontiers in Marine Science 2023 ARKIV / DOI
  • Robert J. Lennox, Pedro Afonso, Kim Birnie-Gauvin, Lotte Svengård Dahlmo, Cecilie Iden Nilsen, Robert Arlinghaus et al.:
    Tracking aquatic animals to understand a world increasingly shaped by a changing climate and extreme weather events
    Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 06. December 2023 ARKIV / DOI
  • Robert J. Lennox, Lotte Svengård Dahlmo, Adam T. Ford, Lene Sortland, Emma Vogel, Knut Wiik Vollset :
    Predation research with electronic tagging
    Wildlife Biology 15. December 2022 ARKIV / DOI
  • Pierre Bories, Audun H. Rikardsen, Pim Leonards, Aaron T. Fisk, Sabrina Tartu, Emma Vogel et al.:
    A deep dive into fat: Investigating blubber lipidomic fingerprint of killer whales and humpback whales in northern Norway
    Ecology and Evolution 2021 ARKIV / DOI
  • Emma Vogel, Martin Biuw, Marie-Anne Blanchet, Ian D. Jonsen, Evert Mul, Espen Johnsen et al.:
    Killer whale movements on the Norwegian shelf are associated with herring density
    Marine Ecology Progress Series 2021 DOI

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