24. 44th Larval Fish Conference 2021 – Iconography
23. Scientific illustrations for Chapter 11: Fish Ecology (Marine Biology, eds. Pan, J. & Pratolongo, P.D). in press
Recruitment success in Baltic sprat Sprattus sprattus is related to the degree of retentive vs. dispersive hydrodynamic circulation patterns.
Spawning-ripe Atlantic cod Gadus morhua female caught in summer 2002 in the Baltic Sea.
A-Regional adaptations in resting metabolism (Rmin) across polar, temperate, and tropical fish species. B – Temperature and oxygen as directing factors on the vertical distribution of Sprattus sprattus overwintering in the Bornholm Basin of the Baltic Sea. C – Population age-length relationships for Melanogrammus aeglefinus. D – Insights from otolith microstructure analysis on newly recruited sprat.
Evolution of countergradient growth variation in Menidia menidia.
A – Optimal foraging in juvenile Spinachia spinachia feeding on mysid shrimp. B – Temperature dependency of gastric evacuation in Sprattus sprattus (adapted from Bernreuther et al. 2009). C – Interactive effects of CO2 and temperature on resting metabolism (Rmin) in two species of tropical reef fish. D – Temperature-dependency of active (swimming) metabolism (RA) in juvenile Oncorhynchus nerka.
Origin, evolution, and systematics of fishes.
22. Logo of the Automated Larval Fish Rearing System (ALFiRiS)
21. Otolith-based sex-specific reconstruction of silverside hatch dates
10. Seasonal covariation of pH and dissolved oxygen in a temperate tidal salt marsh (aka “The turkeys”)
Scientific graphs often get used for different purposes. In a publication (left side), the focus is on clarity, simplicity, and the use of colors is often constrained. But when the same data are used in a presentation, for example at a conference, the graphs are best reworked and adapted so that they capture the audience attention. Here, the use of the background sets the stage for the particular habitat the study is talking about, whereas the graphs are combined, colored and annotated. In a presentation, nobody can read a figure caption!
9. Mumford Cove biweekly beach seine survey and environmental monitoring (2015-2018)
8. CO2 sensitivity of fish embryos and larvae from different mothers (aka “The dancing men”)
7. Depicting interannual trends in temperature, pH, and dissolved oxygen in 16 nearshore estuaries
6. Graphical recording of Hannes’ talk at Columbia University by Tracey Berglund
5. Outreach material for the Mumford Cove Association
4. Climate change effects on zooplankton and its potential for mismatches with higher trophic levels – a genesis
3. Illustration of the structure of a research proposal
2. Ocean acidification: challenges on each level of organization – a genesis
The idea of using cubes to visualize the hierarchical levels of organization came while contemplating the mess in my kids’ room, in particular the alphabet cubes strewn on the floor …”
1. Ocean acidification effects on externally vs. internally calcifying organisms