Hannes Höffle
Hannes Höffle
Researcher, Institute of Marine Research, Tromsø, NO
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High mortality of Zostera marina under high temperature regimes but minor effects of the invasive macroalgae Gracilaria vermiculophylla
H Höffle, MS Thomsen, M Holmer
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 92 (1), 35-46, 2011
542011
Drift algae, an invasive snail and elevated temperature reduce ecological performance of a warm-temperate seagrass, through additive effects
H Höffle, T Wernberg, MS Thomsen, M Holmer
Marine Ecology Progress Series 450, 67-80, 2012
212012
Spatial patterns and trends in abundance of larval sandeels in the North Sea: 1950–2005
CP Lynam, NC Halliday, H Höffle, PJ Wright, CJG van Damme, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 70 (3), 540-553, 2013
172013
Variability of northeast Arctic cod (Gadus morhua) distribution on the main spawning grounds in relation to biophysical factors
H Höffle, P Solemdal, K Korsbrekke, M Johannessen, K Bakkeplass, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 71 (6), 1317-1331, 2014
132014
Differences in vertical and horizontal distribution of fish larvae and zooplankton, related to hydrography
H Höffle, RDM Nash, T Falkenhaug, P Munk
Marine Biology Research 9 (7), 629-644, 2013
122013
Linking spawning ground extent to environmental factors—patterns and dispersal during the egg phase of four North Sea fishes1
H Höffle, CJG Van Damme, C Fox, S Lelièvre, C Loots, RDM Nash, S Vaz, ...
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 2017
42017
Spawning location of Norway pout (Trisopterus esmarkii Nilsson) in the North Sea
RDM Nash, PJ Wright, I Matejusova, SP Dimitrov, M O'Sullivan, J Augley, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 69 (8), 1338-1346, 2012
42012
Spatial patterns in the distribution and early life characteristics of North Sea cod-Influence from environmental factors and climate change
H Höffle
Technical University of Denmark, National Institute of Aquatic Resources, 2012
22012
Impacts of invasive species on seagrass health under present and future temperature regimes-a case study from two climate zones
H Höffle
Syddansk Universitet, 2008
12008
Modelling spatial interactions among fish communities, fishers and other marine activities: comparing five European case-studies
F Bastardie, MC Rufener, JR Nielsen, I Maina, S Kavadas, ...
2018
Is a single dimension enough to explain fishers’ decision-making?
H Höffle, D Pedreschi, K Farnsworth, F Bastardie, S Kraak, D Reid
ICES Annual Science Conference 2017, 2017
2017
Fish size composition in space-A spatially explicit size spectrum model of the Celtic Sea fish community for testing novel management approaches
H Höffle, D Pedreschi, F Bastardie, K Farnsworth, S Kraak, D Reid
ICES Annual Science Conference 2017, 2017
2017
Some like it cold–Consequence of warming seas for the distribution of large bodied fish
H Höffle, OS Kjesbu
2014
Do eggs collected in egg surveys accurately reflect adult fecundities?
H Höffle, FB Vikebø, OS Kjesbu
2014
Environmental and demographic Controls on the distribution of North East Arctic cod spawning around the Lofoten Islands
H Höffle, ME Johannessen, K Korsbrekke, K Bakkeplass, OS Kjesbu
2013
Drift algae, an invasive snail and elevated temperature reduce ecological performance of a warm-temperate seagrass, through additive effects
T WERNBERG, H HOEFFLE, MS THOMSEN, M HOLMER
Null, 2012
2012
Modelling the beginning and end of a planktonic life stage—the distribution of cod eggs and settled juveniles in the North Sea
H Höffle, P Munk
2012
Torsk og klima: Hvordan påvirker klimaændringerne torsken i Nordsøen?
A Rindorf, JB Pedersen, A Christensen, P Grønkjær, H Höffle, ...
2012
Vertical distribution and diurnal patterns of fish larvae in a species rich environment
H Höffle, R Nash, T Falkenhaug, P Munk
Annual Larval Fish Conference, 2011
2011
Linkages between hydrography and fish spawning sites in the southern North Sea—observations 2004 and 2009
H Höffle, P Munk
ICES Council Meeting 2010, 2010
2010
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