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(2022). Big-data approaches lead to an increased understanding of the ecology of animal movement. Science 375: eabg1780.

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(2022). Predicting aquatic animal movements and behavioural states from acoustic telemetry arrays. Methods Ecol Evol 2041–210X.13812.

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(2021). Contrasting structural complexity differentiate hunting strategy in an ambush apex predator. Sci Rep 11: 17472.

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(2021). Validation of a Swimming Direction Model for the Downstream Migration of Atlantic Salmon Smolts. Water 13: 1230.

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(2020). Can Energy Depletion of Wild Atlantic Salmon Kelts Negotiating Hydropower Facilities Lead to Reduced Survival?. Sustainability 12: 7341.

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(2020). The effects of hydrodynamics on the three-dimensional downstream migratory movement of Atlantic salmon. Science of The Total Environment 705: 135773.

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(2019). Modelling mitigation measures for smolt migration at dammed river sections. Ecohydrology 12: e2131.

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(2019). Behaviour of veteran sea trout Salmo trutta in a dangerous fjord system. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 616: 141-153.

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(2018). Sea trout adapt their migratory behaviour in response to high salmon lice concentrations. J Fish Dis 41: 953-967.

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(2018). Migration of Atlantic salmon post-smolts in a fjord with high infestation pressure of salmon lice. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 592: 243-256.

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(2014). Effects of salmon lice infection on the behaviour of sea trout in the marine phase. Aquacult. Environ. Interact. 5: 221-233.

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(2012). Seasonal and diel effects on the activity of northern pike studied by high-resolution positional telemetry: Seasonal and diel activity of pike. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 21: 386-394.

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(2011). Linking individual behaviour and migration success in Salmo salar smolts approaching a water withdrawal site: implications for management.. Aquat. Living Resour. 24: 201-209.

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