CV of Emil Aputsiaq Flindt Christensen
I was born in Greenland in 1988 and grew up in Denmark. I have always been fascinated with living beings and in school biology was always a favorite subject. During my university time, I developed a predilection for aquatic biology and as time progressed fish biology became my main area of interest.
I find working in research science extremely rewarding and I am thankful for being employed in a PostDoc position.
2018: PhD, Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen
2015: MSc, Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen
2012: BSc, Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen
2018-2019: Postdoctoral researcher, Section for Marine Living Resources, National Institute of Aquatic Resources, DTU AQUA, Denmark
2015-2018: PhD-fellow at Marine Biological Section, Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
2015: Research assistant, Section for Marine Ecology and Oceanography, National Institute of Aquatic Resources, DTU AQUA, Denmark
Short term appointments
2015-2016: Visiting scientist at Department of Marine Biology and Ecology, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami, USA
2016-2018: Section board member at the Marine Biological Section, Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Canadian Journal of Zoology
Journal of Applied Aquaculture
Journal of Fish Biology
Thalassas: An International Journal of Marine Sciences
Marine Biology (Master class), Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen (2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018)
Fish Biology (Master class), Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen (2016 and 2017)
9) Christensen EAF, Illing B, Iversen NS, Johansen JL, Domenici P, Steffensen JF (2018) Effects of salinity on swimming performance and oxygen consumption rate of shiner perch Cymatogaster aggregata. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 504, 32-37.
8) Schauer K, Christensen EAF, Grosell M (2018) Comparison of the organic matrix found in intestinal CaCO3 precipitates produced by several marine teleost species. Comparative Biochemistry & Physiology: Part A, 221, 15-23.
7) Christensen EAF, Grosell M (2018) Behavioural salinity preference of juvenile yellow perch Perca flavescens. Journal of Fish Biology
6) Svendsen MBS, Christensen EAF, Steffensen JF (2017) To scale or not to scale: a perspective on describing fish energy budgeting. Conservation Physiology 5 (1), 1-10
5) Behrens JW, van Deurs M, Christensen EAF (2017) Evaluating Dispersal Potential of an Invasive Fish by the Use of Aerobic Scope and Osmoregulation Capacity. Plos One 12(4): e0176038
4) Christensen EAF, Svendsen MBS, Steffensen JF (2017) Plasma osmolality and oxygen consumption of European perch Perca fluviatilis in response to different salinities and temperatures. Journal of Fish Biology 90 (3): 819-833
3) Christensen EAF, Skovrind M, Olsen MT, Carl H, Gravlund P, Møller PR (2016) Hatching success in brackish water of Perca fluviatilis eggs obtained from the western Baltic Sea. Cybium 40 (2):133-138
2) Svendsen MBS, Bushnell PG, Christensen EAF, Steffensen JF (2016) Sources of variation in oxygen consumption of aquatic animals demonstrated by simulated constant oxygen consumption and different size respirometers. Journal of Fish Biology 88: 51–64
1) Skovrind M, Christensen EAF, Carl H, Jacobsen L, Møller PR (2013) Marine spawning sites of perch Perca fluviatilis revealed by oviduct-inserted acoustic transmitters. Aquatic Biology 19:201-206