Background and activities
Ola Håvard Diserud (1966) is Adjunct Associate Professor at the Department of Mathematical Sciences. He is a member of the Statistics Group. Diserud has a MSc in Statistics, and a PhD in Biostatistics, both from NTNU.
Recent Work Experience
- 2013- Member of Centre of Excellence CBD, NTNU
- 2009- Senior Research Scientist at the Norwegian Institute of Nature Research (NINA)
- 2007- Adjunct Associate Professor (20% position), Dept. of Mathematical Sciences, NTNU
- 2008-2009 Visiting scholar at University of Wisconsin – Madison, USA
- 2004-2009 Research scientist at NINA 2000-2004 Research scientist at the Norwegian Pulp and Paper Research Institute – PFI
Recent Teaching responsibilities
- 2015 “Statistikk 1” (TMA 4245), NTNU
- 2014 “Statistical modelling for biologists and biotechnologists”, (ST2304), NTNU.
- 2010-2013 “Statistikk 1” (TMA 4245), NTNU
- 2007-2008 “Probability” (ST1101), NTNU
- 2006 “Probability” (ST1101), NTNU
- 2004 “Probability” (ST1101), NTNU.
- 2002“Multivariate Analysis”, Course developed specially for the Paper and Pulp Industry.
Scientific, academic and artistic work
A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database
- (2017) Gene flow from domesticated escapes alters thelife history of wild Atlantic salmon. Nature: Ecology & Evolution. vol. 1.
- (2017) Modelling the recruitment of European eel (Anguilla anguilla) throughout its European range. ICES Journal of Marine Science.
- (2017) Downstream migration of Atlantic salmon smolts past a low head hydropower station equippped with Archimedes screw and Francis turbines. Ecological Engineering: The Journal of Ecotechnology. vol. 105.
- (2017) Hydropower-related mortality and behaviour of Atlantic salmon smolts in the River Sieg, a German tributary to the Rhine. Hydrobiologia.
- (2017) Movements of dead fish in rivers. Animal Biotelemetry. vol. 5 (1).
- (2017) Timing and pattern of annual silver eel migration in two European watersheds are determined by similar cues. Ecology and Evolution.
- (2017) Survival and behaviour of Atlanic salmon smolts passing a run- of- river hydropower facility with a movable bulb turbine. Fisheries Management and Ecology.
- (2017) Survival and behaviour of Atlantic salmon smolts passing a run-of- river hydropower facility with a movable bulb turbine. Fisheries Management and Ecology.
- (2017) Disentangling the role of sea lice on the marine survival of Atlantic salmon. ICES Journal of Marine Science.
- (2016) Diel resource utilization of native, native stocked and non-native stocked brown trout Salmo trutta L. in a subalpine Norwegian reservoir. The Journal of Zoology Studies. vol. 3 (1).
- (2016) Widespread genetic introgression of escaped farmed Atlantic salmon in wild salmon populations. ICES Journal of Marine Science.
- (2016) Use of simulation approaches to evaluate the consequences of catch-and-release angling on the migration behaviour of adult Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). Ecological Modelling. vol. 333.
- (2016) Influence of gear switching on recapture of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) in catch-and- release fisheries. Ecology of Freshwater Fish. vol. 25 (3).
- (2016) Characteristics of temporal changes in communities where dynamics differ between species. Theoretical Population Biology. vol. 111.
- (2015) Statistical and ecological challenges of monitoring parasitic salmon lice infestations in wild salmonid fish stocks. Aquaculture Environment Interactions. vol. 7.
- (2015) Water discharge affects Atlantic salmon Salmo salar smolt production: A 27 year study in the River Orkla, Norway. Journal of Fish Biology. vol. 86 (1).
- (2015) Between-watershed movements of two anadromous salmonids in the Arctic. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. vol. 72 (6).
- (2015) Increased abundance of European eel (Anguilla anguilla) in acidified Norwegian rivers after liming. Ecology of Freshwater Fish. vol. 24 (4).
- (2015) Guidelines when estimating temporal changes in density dependent populations. Ecological Modelling. vol. 313.
- (2014) A standardized method for quantifying unidirectional genetic introgression. Ecology and Evolution. vol. 4 (16).