Peer-reviewed publications

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[35] Cline, T., J. Ohlberger, D.E. Schindler. Effects of global change on the complex life cycle of an exploited species. Nature Ecology & Evolution. In revision.

 

[34] Ohlberger J., S.J. Brenkman, P. Crain, G.R. Pess, J.J. Duda, T.W. Buehrens, T.P. Quinn, & R. Hilborn. A Bayesian life-cycle model to estimate escapement at MSY in salmon based on limited information. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. Published online.

 

[33] Ohlberger J., E. Ward, D.E. Schindler, and B. Lewis. 2018. Demographic changes in Chinook salmon across the Northeast Pacific Ocean. Fish and Fisheries. Early View.

 

[32] Ohlberger J., T.W. Buehrens, S.J. Brenkman, P. Crain, T.P. Quinn, and R. Hilborn. 2018. Effects of past and projected river discharge variability on freshwater production in an anadromous fish. Freshwater Biology. Early View.

 

[31] Lindmark, M., M. Huss, J. Ohlberger, and A. Gårdmark. 2018.Temperature-dependent body size effects determine population responses to climate warming. Ecology Letters. 21:181-189.

 

[30] Langangen, Ø., J. Ohlberger, L.C. Stige, J.M Durant, E. Ravagnan, N.C. Stenseth, and D.Ø. Hjermann. 2017. Cascading effects of mass mortality events in Arctic marine communities. Global Change Biology 23:283–292.

 

[29] Langangen, Ø., E. Olsen, L.C. Stige, J. Ohlberger, N.A. Yaragina, F.B. Vikebø, B. Bogstad, N.C. Stenseth, & D.Ø. Hjermann. 2017. The effects of oil spills on marine fish: Implications of spatial variation in natural mortality. Marine Pollution Bulletin 119:102–109.

 

[28] Ohlberger J., M.D. Scheuerell, and D.E. Schindler. 2016. Population coherence and environmental impacts across spatial scales: a case study of Chinook salmon. Ecosphere 7(4):e01333. DOI: 10.1002/ecs2.1333.

 

[27] Edeline, E. A. Groth, B. Cazelles, D. Claessen, I.J. Winfield, J. Ohlberger, L.A. Vøllestad, N.C. Stenseth, and M. Ghil. 2016. Pathogens trigger top‐down climate forcing on ecosystem dynamics. Oecologia. DOI: 10.1007/s00442-016-3575-8.

 

[26] Patin, R., L.A. Rogers, and J. Ohlberger. 2016. Using a state-space population model to detect age-dependent species interactions. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 73: 1–8. 

 

[25] Ohlberger J., and Ø. Langangen 2015. Population resilience to catastrophic mortality events during early life-stages. Ecological Applications, 25(5): 1348–1356.

 

[24] Ohlberger, J., S.J. Thackeray, I.J. Winfield, S.C. Maberly, and L.A. Vøllestad. 2014. When phenology matters: Age-size truncation alters population response to trophic mismatch. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 281(1793):20140938.

 

[23] Ohlberger, J., L. Rogers, and N.C. Stenseth. 2014. Stochasticity and determinism: How density-independent and density-dependent processes affect population variability. PLoS ONE 9(6):e98940.

 

[22] Hidalgo, M., E.M. Olsen, J. Ohlberger, F. Saborido-Rey, H. Murua, C. Piñeiro, and N.C. Stenseth. 2014. Contrasting evolutionary demography induced by fishing: the role of adaptive phenotypic plasticity. Ecological Applications 24(5):1101–1114.

 

[21] Vindenes, Y., E. Edeline, J. Ohlberger, Ø. Langangen, I.J. Winfield, N.C. Stenseth, and L.A. Vøllestad. 2014. Effects of climate change on trait-based dynamics of a top predator in freshwater ecosystems. American Naturalist 183(2):243–256. 

 

[20] Ohlberger, J., Å. Brännström, & U. Dieckmann. 2013. Adaptive phenotypic diversification along a temperature-depth gradient. American Naturalist 182(3):359-373.

 

[19] Ohlberger, J. 2013 Climate warming and ectotherm body size – from individual physiology to community ecology. Functional Ecology 27:991-1001.

 

[18] Ohlberger, J., J. Otero, E. Edeline, I.J. Winfield, N.C. Stenseth, and L.A. Vøllestad. 2013. Biotic and abiotic effects on cohort size distributions in fish. Oikos 122(6):835-844.

 

[17] Mehner, T., S. Busch, C. Clemmesen, I.P. Helland, F. Hölker, J. Ohlberger, and M.A. Peck. 2012. Ecological commonalities among pelagic fishes - comparison of freshwater ciscoes and marine herring and sprat. Marine Biology 159:2583-2603.

 

[16] Ohlberger, J., Ø. Langangen, N.C. Stenseth, and L.A. Vøllestad. 2012. Community-level consequences of cannibalism. American Naturalist 180(6):791-801.

 

[15] Rouyer, T., A. Sadykov, J. Ohlberger, and N.C. Stenseth. 2012. Does increasing mortality change the response of fish populations to environmental fluctuations? Ecology Letters 15: 658–665.

 

[14] Ohlberger, J., T. Mehner, G. Staaks, and F. Hölker. 2012. Intraspecific temperature dependence of the scaling of metabolic rate with body mass in fishes and its ecological implications. Oikos 121:245–251.

 

[13] Ohlberger, J., Ø. Langangen, E. Edeline, D. Claessen, I.J. Winfield, N.C. Stenseth, and L.A. Vøllestad. 2011. Stage-specific biomass overcompensation by juveniles in response to increased adult mortality in a wild fish population. Ecology 92:2175–2182.

 

[12] Mehner, T., S. Schiller, G. Staaks, and J. Ohlberger. 2011. Cyclic temperatures modify growth efficiency and biochemical body composition of vertically migrating fish. Freshwater Biology 56:1554-1566.

 

[11] Ohlberger, J.,  E. Edeline,  L.A. Vøllestad, N.C. Stenseth, and D. Claessen. 2011. Temperature  driven  regime  shifts  in  the  dynamics  of  size-structured  populations. American Naturalist 177(2):211-223.

This paper received a ‘recommended’ rating by the Faculty of 1000 Biology

 

[10] Langangen, Ø., E. Edeline, J. Ohlberger, I.J. Winfield, J.M. Fletcher, J.B. James, N.C. Stenseth, and L.A. Vøllestad. 2011. Six decades of pike and perch population dynamics in Windermere. Fisheries Research 109:131-139.

 

[9] Ohlberger, J., Ø. Langangen, E. Edeline, E.M. Olsen, I.J. Winfield, J.M. Fletcher, J.B. James, N.C. Stenseth, and L.A. Vøllestad. 2011. Pathogen-induced rapid evolution in a vertebrate life-history trait. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 278:35-41. 

This paper received a ‘must read’ rating by the Faculty of 1000 Biology

 

[8] Ohlberger, J., G. Staaks, T. Petzlodt, T. Mehner, and F. Hölker. 2008. Physiological specialization by thermal adaptation drives ecological divergence in a sympatric fish species pair. Evolutionary Ecology Research 10: 1173-1185. 

 

[7] Ohlberger, J., T. Mehner, G. Staaks, and F. Hölker. 2008. Is ecological segregation in a pair of sympatric coregonines supported by divergent feeding efficiencies? Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 65:2105-2113.

 

[6] Ohlberger, J., T. Mehner, G. Staaks, and F. Hölker. 2008. Temperature-related physiological adaptations promote ecological divergence in a sympatric species pair of temperate freshwater fish, Coregonus spp. Functional Ecology 22:501-508.

 

[5] Ohlberger, J., G. Staaks, and F. Hölker. 2007. Effects of temperature, swimming speed and body mass on standard and active metabolic rate in vendace (Coregonus albula). Journal of Comparative Physiology B 177:905-916.

 

[4] Ohlberger, J., G. Staaks, and F. Hölker. 2007. Estimating the active metabolic rate (AMR) in fish based on tail beat frequency (TBF) and body mass. Journal of Experimental Zoology 307A:296-300.

 

[3] Ohlberger, J., G. Staaks, and F. Hölker. 2006. Swimming efficiency and the influence of morphology on swimming costs in fishes. Journal of Comparative Physiology B 176:17-25.

 

[2] Ohlberger, J., G. Staaks, P. L. M. van Dijk, and F. Hölker. 2005. Modelling energetic costs of fish swimming. Journal of Experimental Zoology 303A:657-664.

 

[1] Gallo, V.P., F. Accordi, J. Ohlberger, and A. Civinini. 2004. The chromaffin system of the beluga sturgeon Huso huso (Chondrostei): histological, immunohistochemical and ultrastructural study. Italian Journal of Zoology 71:279-285.