Scaling from individuals to populations (SLIP) (38726)

  • Gislason, Henrik (Project Manager)
  • Kiørboe, Thomas (Project Manager)
  • Nielsen, Einar Eg (Project Manager)
  • Höffle, Hannes (Project Participant)
  • Gürkan, Zeren (Project Participant)
  • Therkildsen, Nina Overgaard (Project Participant)
  • Sichlau, Mie Hylstofte (Project Participant)
  • Mosgaard, Thomas (Project Participant)
  • Frisk, Christina (Project Participant)

Project Details


The research school SLIP (Scaling from Individuals to Populations) focuses on how individual behavior and mutual interactions generate the dynamics observed at the population level. This topic forms the link between the basic and applied marine ecological research environments in Denmark and requires input from biology, mathematics and statistics. SLIP is one of the five research networks and research schools under the Danish Network for Aquaculture and Fisheries Research (Fishnet). SLIP has arranged a number of national and international PhD courses and workshops and has served to focus the interest on size and trait-based modeling, as well as on improved understanding of the physiology, genetics and behavior of marine organisms, in particular fish.

The project is coordinated by DTU Aqua.

Research area: Marine Populations and Ecosystem Dynamics
Effective start/end date01/01/200031/12/2008

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