Jonatan Fredricson Marquez
Background and activities
I am a PhD student working at the Centre for Biological Dynamics and as a collaborator of the SUSTAIN project. I will be studying interaction in harvested marine systems under environmental fluctuations, such as those caused by climate change.
My background is in marine ecology. I did my B.Sc. at James Cook University, Australia and M.Sc. at Lund University. For my master thesis I worked with researchers at DTU-aqua (Denmark) exploring the effects that climate change had had on the North Sea fish community in the last 30 years. Before arriving in Norway to do my PhD, I worked with marine and wetland conservation in the Seychelles for over a year.
I have great interest in fisheries, R and ecological modelling.
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
- (2022) Environmental effects on spatial population dynamics and synchrony: lessons from northern ecosystems. Climate Research (CR). vol. 86.
- (2021) Age-dependent patterns of spatial autocorrelation in fish populations. Ecology. vol. 102 (12).
- (2019) Spatial scaling of population synchrony in marine fish depends on their life history. Ecology Letters. vol. 22 (11).
- (2019) Sea ice loss increases genetic isolation in a high Arctic ungulate metapopulation. Global Change Biology. vol. 26 (4).