Background and activities
I do research within salmon aquaculture, with a focus on salmon behaviour in commercial cages, as response to various environmental factors.
My research interest covers wide range of topics, but I am especially interested in fish behaviour, fish welfare, and use of molecular techniques (e.g. eDNA) and modern equipment (e.g. underwater cameras, ROVs, echosounders, sonars) for aquaculture monitoring.
I have worked at a Japanese land-based RAS company that produces rainbow trout, where I acquired thorough knowledge on everyday operation at RAS facilities, as well as strong observational skills necessary for healthy growth of salmonids. I was awarded a MSc in Biology with a focus on aquaculture and genetics, from UiT The Arctic University of Norway in 2019.
Main supervisor: Associate Prof. Lars Christian Gansel
Scientific, academic and artistic work
Displaying a selection of activities. See all publications in the database
- (2018) Deleterious effects of harmful dinoflagellates and raphidophytes on egg viability and spermatozoa swimming velocity in the Japanese pearl oyster Pinctada fucata martensii. Journal of Shellfish Research. vol. 37.
- (2021) Women in aquaculture: Kana Banno. The Fish Site [Internett]. 2021-01-06.
- (2019) Lakselusa er ikke bare lus status fra licemap. Aqua Nor 2019 ; 2019-08-20 - 2019-08-23.