Kjetil Hindar focuses on Ecology, Aquaculture, Fish farming, Population genetics and Zoology. His Ecology research is mostly focused on the topic Range. Kjetil Hindar has researched Aquaculture in several fields, including Agriculture, AquAdvantage salmon, Fishery, Competition and Gene flow.
He interconnects Natural population growth, Reproductive success, Mating and Introgression in the investigation of issues within Gene flow. Kjetil Hindar usually deals with Population genetics and limits it to topics linked to Allele frequency and Salmo, Polymorphism, Fish migration and Brown trout. Zoology is closely attributed to Locus in his research.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, Fishery, Salmo, Aquaculture and Zoology. His Ecology study incorporates themes from Trout, Salvelinus, Brown trout, Salmonidae and Gene flow. Kjetil Hindar works mostly in the field of Fishery, limiting it down to concerns involving AquAdvantage salmon and, occasionally, Spawn.
His study on Salmo also encompasses disciplines like
Genetic variation that connect with fields like Evolutionary biology, Life history and Ontogeny,
Hatchery and related Meristics. His work on Fish farming as part of general Aquaculture research is frequently linked to Genetic interaction, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His research on Zoology also deals with topics like
Population genetics that intertwine with fields like Allele frequency,
Allele that intertwine with fields like Genetic variability and Genetic diversity.
His primary areas of study are Fishery, Peer review, Introgression, Aquaculture and Norwegian. As part of his studies on Fishery, he often connects relevant areas like Population dynamics of fisheries. His Introgression research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Natural population growth, Domestication, Genetic analysis and Broodstock.
His Domestication research includes themes of Zoology, Conservation biology, Gene flow and Life history theory. His research in Zoology intersects with topics in Abundance, Salmo, Brown trout, Predation and Environmental DNA. His Aquaculture study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Agriculture, Sustainability and Fisheries management.
His main research concerns Domestication, Introgression, Peer review, Aquaculture and Fishery. Ecology covers Kjetil Hindar research in Domestication. His Introgression study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Conservation biology, Broodstock, Life history, Life history theory and Gene flow.
As a part of the same scientific study, Kjetil Hindar usually deals with the Broodstock, concentrating on Gene–environment interaction and frequently concerns with Salmo. Many of his research projects under Aquaculture are closely connected to Norwegian, Promotion and Marine research with Norwegian, Promotion and Marine research, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His Fishery research includes elements of Salvelinus and Biodiversity.
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Genetic Effects of Cultured Fish on Natural Fish Populations
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (1991)
Lifetime success and interactions of farm salmon invading a native population.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2000)
Fugitive Salmon: Assessing the Risks of Escaped Fish from Net-Pen Aquaculture
Sex-dependent dominance at a single locus maintains variation in age at maturity in salmon
Parallel evolution of ecomorphological traits in the European whitefish Coregonus lavaretus (L.) species complex during postglacial times
Molecular Ecology (2006)
SNP-array reveals genome-wide patterns of geographical and potential adaptive divergence across the natural range of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar).
Molecular Ecology (2013)
Genetic relationships among landlocked, resident, and anadromous Brown Trout, Salmo trutta L.
Habitat and Food Segregation of Dwarf and Normal Arctic Charr (Salvelinus alpinus) from Vangsvatnet Lake, Western Norway
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (1982)
Half a century of genetic interaction between farmed and wild Atlantic salmon: Status of knowledge and unanswered questions
Fish and Fisheries (2017)
Genetic and ecological effects of salmon farming on wild salmon: modelling from experimental results
Ices Journal of Marine Science (2006)
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