Akimova Anna
Akimova Anna
Thuenen Institute of Sea Fisheries
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Monthly maps of optimally interpolated in situ hydrography in the North Sea from 1948 to 2013
I Núñez-Riboni, A Akimova
Journal of Marine Systems 151, 15-34, 2015
282015
Spatially-resolved influence of temperature and salinity on stock and recruitment variability of commercially important fishes in the North Sea
A Akimova, I Nunez-Riboni, A Kempf, MH Taylor
PloS one 11 (9), e0161917, 2016
262016
Spatial assessment of predator–prey relationships in the North Sea: the influence of abiotic habitat properties on the spatial overlap between 0‐group cod and grey gurnard
A Kempf, V Stelzenmüller, A Akimova, J Floeter
Fisheries Oceanography 22 (3), 174-192, 2013
222013
The role of the deep mixing in the Storfjorden shelf water plume
A Akimova, U Schauer, S Danilov, I Núñez-Riboni
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 58 (4), 403-414, 2011
202011
Modeling the effects of temperature on the survival and growth of North Sea cod (Gadus morhua) through the first year of life
A Akimova, M Hufnagl, M Kreus, MA Peck
Fisheries Oceanography 25 (3), 193-209, 2016
132016
Quantifying the impact of the major driving mechanisms of inter-annual variability of salinity in the North Sea
I Núñez-Riboni, A Akimova
Progress in oceanography 154, 25-37, 2017
72017
Spatiotemporal dynamics of predators and survival of marine fish early life stages: Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) in the North Sea
A Akimova, M Hufnagl, MA Peck
Progress in Oceanography 176, 102121, 2019
52019
Disclosing the truth: are models better than observations?
M Skogen, R Ji, A Akimova, U Daewel, C Hansen, S Hjøllo, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 2021
12021
Effect of data spatial scale on the performance of fish habitat models
I Núñez‐Riboni, A Akimova, AF Sell
Fish and Fisheries, 2021
2021
The devil is in the details: The effect of spatial scale of fishery and environmental data on the performance of fish habitat models
IN Riboni, A Akimova, A Sell
Ocean Sciences Meeting 2020, 2020
2020
7 Hot spots and refuges: The importance of adding spatiotemporal dynamics of predators within biophysical models of marine fish early life stages
A Akimova, MA Peck, M Hufnagl
Understanding the spatiotemporal recruitment dynamics of commercially …, 2018
2018
Understanding the spatiotemporal recruitment dynamics of commercially important fish species in the North Sea
A Akimova
Staats-und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg Carl von Ossietzky, 2017
2017
Report of the Working Group on Oceanic Hydrography (WGOH)
H van Aken, A Akimova, A Beszczynska‐Möller, K Borenäs, B Cisewski, ...
ICES, 2012
2012
Report of the Working Group on Oceanic Hydrography (WGOH)
A Akimova, A Beszczynska‐Möller, K Borenäs, E Colbourne, S Dye, ...
ICES, 2011
2011
Report of the Working Group on Oceanic Hydrography (WGOH)
A Beszczynska‐Möller, K Borenäs, F Gaillard, S Hughes, H Klein, A Lavín, ...
ICES, 2010
2010
SCIENTIFIC COUNCIL MEETING–JUNE 2012
A Akimova, B Cisewski
Serial No. N5751 NAFO SCR Doc. 10/05 SCIENTIFIC COUNCIL MEETING–JUNE 2010
M Stein, A Akimova
Hydrographic conditions off West Greenland in 2010 in context of interannual and long-term variability.
A Akimova
Serial No. N6152 NAFO SCR Doc. 13/004 SCIENTIFIC COUNCIL MEETING–JUNE 2013
B Cisewski, A Akimova, I Núñez-Riboni
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