Publications


  • Comment: T. Kiørboe and K.H. Andersen (in press): Nutrient affinity, half saturation constant, and the cost of toxin production in dinoflagellates. Ecology letters.
  • F. Prowe, A.W. Visser, K.H. Andersen, S. Chiba, and T. Kiørboe (in press): Biogeography of zooplankton feeding strategy. Limnology and Oceanography.
  • S. Chakraborty, M. Pančić, K.H. Andersen, and T. Kiørboe (2018): The cost of toxin production in phytoplankton: the case of PST producing dinoflagellates. the ISME Journal.
  • R. van Gemert and K.H. Andersen (2018): Challenges to fisheries advice and management due to stock recovery, ICES Journal of Marine Science. 75(6) 1864-1870. doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsy084.
  • K.M. Kenitz, A.W. Visser, M.D. Ohman, M.R. Landry and K.H. Andersen: Conserved community trait distribution across environmental gradients. Ecosystems. doi:10.1007/s10021-018-0314-5.
  • T. Kiørboe, A. Visser, and K.H. Andersen (2018): A trait-based approach to ocean ecology. ICES Journal of Marine Science, doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsy090.
  • Response to comment: K.M. Kenitz, A.W. Visser, P. Mariani and K.H. Andersen (2018) "What drives plankton seasonality in a stratifying shelf sea? Some competing and complementary theories". Limnology and Oceanography, 63(6) 2885-2886. doi:10.1002/lno.11034.
  • K. Olsson and K.H. Andersen (2018) Cannibalism as a selective force on offspring size in fish. Ohboikos 127(9)1264-1271 doi.org/10.1111/oik.04131
  • R. van Gemert and K.H. Andersen (2018): Implications of late-in-life density-dependent growth for fishery size-at-entry leading to maximum sustainable yield. ICES Journal of Marine Science 75(4) 1296-1305.
  • T. Kragesten, K. Simonsen, A.W. Visser, and K.H. Andersen (2018): Identifying Salmon Lice Transmission Characteristics between Faroese Salmon Farms. Aquaculture Environment Interactions 10: 49-60.
  • K.H. Andersen, L. Marty and R. Arlinghaus (2018) Evolution of boldness and life-history in response to selective harvesting. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 75:(2), 271-281, 10.1139/cjfas-2016-0350.
  • T. Kiørboe, E. Saiz, P. Tiselius and K.H. Andersen (2018) Adaptive feeding behavior and functional responses in zooplankton. Limnology and Oceanography 63(1) 308– 321. doi:10.1002/lno.10632.
  • P. Daniël van Denderen, Martin Lindegren, Brian R. MacKenzie, Reg A. Watson, and Ken H. Andersen (2018) Global patterns in marine predatory fish. Nature Ecology and Evolution 2, 65–70 (2018). doi:10.1038/s41559-017-0388-z.
  • L. Zhang, D. Takahashi, M. Hartvig, and K.H. Andersen (2017): Food-web dynamics under climate change. Proc. Roy. Soc. B. 284: 20171772.
  • Monograph: K.H. Andersen (2017) Fish and Fisheries: the size- and trait-based approach. Doctoral Thesis, Technical University of Denmark.
  • P. Mariani, K.H. Andersen, M. Lindegren and B.R. MacKenzie (2017) Trophic impact of Atlantic bluefin tuna migrations in the North Sea. ICES Journal of Marine Science 74 (6): 1552-1560. doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsx027.
  • Commentary: K.H. Andersen and H. Gislason (2017) Unplanned ecological engineering. PNAS 114(4): 634-635. doi:10.1073/pnas.1620158114.
  • S. Chakraborty, L.T. Nielsen and K.H. Andersen (2017) Trophic strategies of unicellular plankton. American Naturalist 189(4) E77-E90. doi:10.1086/690764.
  • K.M. Kenitz, A.W. Visser, P. Mariani and K.H. Andersen (2017) Seasonal succession in zooplankton feeding traits reveals trophic trait cascade. Limnology and Oceanography 62(3) 1184-1197 doi:10.1002/lno.10494.
  • A. Kokkalis, A.M. Eikeset, U.H. Thygesen, P. Steingrund and K.H. Andersen (2017): Estimating uncertainty of data limited stock assessments. ICES J. of Marine Science 74(1) 69-77 doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsw145.
  • T. Berge, S. Chakraborty, P.J. Hansen and K.H. Andersen (2017): Modelling succession of key resource harvesting traits of mixotrophic plankton populations. The ISME Journal 11: 212–223 doi:10.1038/ismej.2016.92.
  • N.S. Jacobsen, M. Burgess and K.H. Andersen (2017): Efficiency of fisheries is increasing at the ecosystem level. Fish and Fisheries 18(2) 199- 211. doi:10.1111/faf.12171.
  • K.H. Andersen, N.S. Jacobsen, T. Jansen and J.E. Beyer (2017) When in life does density dependence occur in fish populations? Fish and Fisheries 18: 656- 667. doi:10.1111/faf.12195.
  • Irene T. Heilmann, Jens Starke, Ken H. Andersen, Uffe Høgsbro Thygesen, Mads Peter Sørensen (2016) Dynamics of a physiologically structured population in a time- varying environment. Ecological Complexity 28: 54-61.
  • K.H. Olsson, H. Gislason and K.H. Andersen (2016) Differences in density-dependence drive dual offspring size strategies in fish. Journal of Theoretical Biology 407: 118– 127.
  • A.B. Neuheimer, M. Hartvig, J. Heuschele, S. Hylander, T. Kiørboe, K.H. Olsson, J. Sainmont and K.H. Andersen (2016) Adult and offspring size in the ocean: A database of size metrics and conversion factors. Ecology. doi: 10.1890/15-1261.
  • C. Lindemann, Ø. Fiksen, K.H. Andersen and D.L. Aksnes (2016): Scaling laws in phytoplankton nutrient uptake affinity. Frontiers in Marine Science doi:10.3389/fmars.2016.00026.
  • L. Ravn-Jonsen, K.H. Andersen, and N. Vestergaard (2016): An Indicator for Ecosystem Externalities in Fishing. Natural Resource Modeling 29(3) 400-425.
  • Review: K.H. Andersen, N.S. Jacobsen and K.D. Farnsworth (2016): The theoretical foundations for size spectrum models of fish communities. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science 73(4): 575-588 doi:10.1139/cjfas-2015-0230.
  • K.H. Andersen, J.L. Blanchard, E.A. Fulton, H. Gislason, N.S. Jacobsen and T. van Kooten (2016): Assumptions behind size-based ecosystem models are realistic. ICES Journal of Marine Science 73 (6): 1651-1655.
  • J. Kolding, N.S. Jacobsen, K.H. Andersen and P. van Zwieten (2016): Maximizing fisheries yields while maintaining community structure. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 73(4): 644-655.
  • N.S. Jacobsen, T.E. Essington and K.H. Andersen (2016): Comparing model predictions for ecosystem based management. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 73(4): 666-676. doi:10.1139/cjfas-2014-0561.
  • M.G. Burgess, F.K. Diekert, N.S. Jacobsen, K.H. Andersen and S.D. Gaines (2016): Remaining questions in the case for balanced harvesting. Fish and Fisheries. 17(4) 1216-1226. doi: 10.1111/faf.12123.
  • Review: K.H. Andersen, T. Berge, R.J. Gonçalves, M. Hartvig, J. Heuschele, S. Hylander, N.S. Jacobsen, C. Lindemann, E.A. Martens, A.B. Neuheimer, K. Olsson, A. Palacz, F. Prowe, J. Sainmont, S.J. Traving, A.W. Visser, N. Wadhwa, and T. Kiørboe (2016): Characteristic Sizes of Life in the Oceans, from Bacteria to Whales. Annual Reviews in Marine Science. doi: 10.1146/annurev-marine-122414-034144.
  • Review: E.A. Martens, N. Wadhwa, N.S. Jacobsen, C. Lindemann, K.H. Andersen and A. Visser (2015) Size Structures Sensory Hierarchy in Ocean Life. Proc. Roy. Soc. London. B. (282) 20151794, doi: 10.1098/rspb.2015.1346.
  • A.B. Neuheimer, M. Hartvig, J. Heuschele, S. Hylander, T. Kiørboe, K.H. Olsson, J. Sainmont and K.H. Andersen (2015): Adult and offspring size in the ocean over 17 orders of magnitude follows two life history strategies. Ecology 96(12) 3303–3311. ***Note there has been a correction to Fig. 2 and the journal has been notified. Please email ABN for more information.***
  • K.H. Andersen, Dag L. Aksnes, Terje Berge, Øyvind Fiksen and André Visser (2015): Modeling emergent trophic strategies in plankton. Journal of Plankton Research37(5) 862-868, doi:10.1093/plankt/fbv054.
  • L. Zhang, K.H. Andersen, U. Dieckmann and Å. Brännström (2015): Four types of interference competition and their impacts on the ecology and evolution of size- structured populations and communities. J. Theoretical Biology 380: 280–290.
  • J. Sainmont, Ken H Andersen, Uffe H Thygesen, Øyvind Fiksen and André W Visser (2015): An Effective Algorithm for Approximating Adaptive Behavior in Seasonal Environments. Ecological Modelling 311: 20–30.
  • C. Frisk, K.H. Andersen, A. Temming, J.P. Herrmann, K.S. Madsen and G. Kraus (2015): Environmental effects on sprat (Sprattus sprattus) physiology and growth at the distribution frontier: A bioenergetic modelling approach. Ecological Modelling 299130–139.
  • K.H. Andersen, K. Brander, and L.J. Ravn-Jonsen (2015). Trade-offs between objectives for ecosystem management of fisheries. Ecological Applications 25: 1390-1396.
  • K.H. Andersen and J.E. Beyer: Size structure, not metabolic scaling rules, determines fisheries reference points Fish and Fisheries 16(1) 1-22 (2015).
  • A. Kokkalis, U.H. Thygesen, A. Nielsen and K.H. Andersen (2015) Limits to the reliability of size-based fishing status estimation for data-poor stocks Fisheries Research 107: 4-11.
  • J. Sainmont, K.H. Andersen, Ø. Varpe and A.W. Visser (2014): Capital versus income breeding in a seasonal environment. American Naturalist 184(4) 466-476.
  • J.L. Blanchard, K.H. Andersen, F. Scott, N.T. Hinzen, G. Piet, S. Jennings (2014): Evaluating targets and trade-offs among fisheries and conservation objectives using a multispecies size spectrum model. J. Applied Ecology, 51: 612–622. doi:10.1111/1365-2664.12238
  • F. Scott, J.L. Blanchard and K.H. Andersen: mizer: an R package for multispecies, trait-based and community size spectrum ecological modelling. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5(10) 1121-1125 (2014).
  • N. Calduch-Verdiell, B.R. MacKenzie, J.W. Vaupel and K.H. Andersen: A life-history evaluation of the impact of maternal effects on recruitment and fisheries reference points. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science 71: 1113–1120 (2014).
  • M. Lindegren, K.H. Andersen, M. Casini and S. Neuenfeldt. A metacommunity perspective on source-sink dynamics and management: the Baltic Sea as a case study. To appear in Ecological Applications (2014).
  • N.S. Jacobsen, H. Gislason and K.H. Andersen. The consequences of balanced harvesting of fish communities. Proc. Roy. Soc. B. 281: 20132701 (2014).
  • M.A. Peck, S. Neuenfeldt, T. Essington, V.M. Trenkel, A. Takasuka, H. Gislason, M. Dickey-Collas, K.H. Andersen, L. Ravn-Jonsen, N. Vestergaard, S. Kvamsdal, A. Gårdmark, J. Link, J.C. Rice (2014) Forage fish interactions: A symposium on creating the tools for ecosystem-based management of marine resources. ICES Journal of Marine Science 71(1), 1–4, doi:10.1093/icesjms/fst174
  • G.H. Engelhard, M.A. Peck, A. Rindorf, S. Smout, M. van Deurs, K. Raab, K.H. Andersen, S. Garthe, R.A.M. Lauerburg, F. Scott, T. Brunel, G. Aarts, T. van Kooten, and M. Dickey-Collas: Forage fish, their fisheries, and their predators: who drives whom? ICES Journal of Marine Science 71 (1): 90-104 (2014).
  • K. Kristensen, U.H. Thygesen, K.H. Andersen and J.E. Beyer: Estimating spatio-temporal dynamics of size-structured populations. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science 71: 326–336 (2014).
  • L. Zhang, M. Hartvig, M. Knudsen and K.H. Andersen: Size-based predictions of food web patterns. Theoretical Ecology 7:23–33 (2014).
  • M. Hartvig and K.H. Andersen: Coexistence of structured populations with size-based prey selection. Theoretical Population Biology 89:24-33 (2013).
  • K. Brander, A. Neuheimer, K.H. Andersen, M. Hartvig: Food for Thought: Overconfidence in model projections. ICES Journal of Marine Science 70(6), 1065–1068 (2013).
  • M. Dickey-Collas, G. H. Engelhard, A. Rindorf, K. Raab, S. Smout, G. Aarts, M. van Deurs,T. Brunel, A. Hoff, R. A. M. Lauerburg, S. Garthe, K. H. Andersen, F. Scott, T. van Kooten, D. Beare, and M. A. Peck: Ecosystem-based management objectives for the North Sea: riding the forage fish rollercoaster. ICES Journal of Marine Science; doi:10.1093/icesjms/fst075 (2013).
  • J. E. Houle, K.H. Andersen, K.D. Farnsworth, and D.G. Reid: Emerging asymmetric interactions between forage and predator fisheries impose management trade-offs.Journal of Fish Biology 83(4) 890-904 (2013).
  • B. Nielsen, K. Hüssy, S. Neuenfeldt, J. Tomkiewicz, J. W. Behrens and K. H. Andersen: Individual behaviour of Baltic cod Gadus morhua in relation to sex and reproductive state. Aquatic Biology 18:197-207 (2013).
  • S. Neuenfeldt, D. Righton, F. Neat, P. J. Wright, H. Svedäng, K. Michalsen, S. Subbey, P. Steingrund, V. Thorsteinsson, C. Pampoulie, K. H. Andersen, M. W. Pedersen and J. Metcalfe: Analysing migrations of Atlantic cod Gadus morhua in the north-east Atlantic Ocean: then, now and the future. Journal of Fish Biology 82, 741–763 (2013).
  • P. Mariani, K.H. Andersen, A.W. Visser, A.D. Barton and T. Kiørboe: Control of plankton seasonal succession by adaptive grazing. Limnol. Oceanogr., 58(1), 173–184 (2013).
  • S. Jennings, K.H. Andersen and J. Blanchard. Marine Ecology and Fisheries. In: Metabolic ecology: a scaling approach. Editors: Richard M. Sibly, James H. Brown, Astrid Kodric-Brown. John Wiley and Sons (2012).
  • L. Zhang, U.H. Thygesen, K. Knudsen and K.H. Andersen. Trait diversity promotes stability of community dynamics. Theoretical Ecology doi: 10.1007/s12080-012-0160- 6 (2012).
  • G. Woodward, K.H. Andersen, A. Belgrano, J. Blanchard, and J. Reiss: Editorial comment: Body size and the (re)unification of ecology. Advances in Ecological Research45:xv-xxix (2011).
  • N. Calduch-Verdiell, K.H. Andersen, L. Ravn-Jonsen, B.R. MacKenzie, and J.W. Vaupel: Ecological and economic consequences of different recovery scenarios of depleted stocks. ICES CM 2011/N (2011)
  • M. Hartvig, K.H. Andersen and J.E. Beyer: Food web framework for size-structured populations. J. Theo. Biol. 272(1) 113-122 (2011).
  • K.H. Andersen: Calculation of expected rates of fisheries-induced evolution in data-poor situations. ICES CM M:10 (2010).
  • D. Righton, K.H. Andersen, F. Neat, et al.: Thermal ecology of north-east Atlantic cod stocks. Feature article in: Mar. Ecol. Prog. Series. 420: 1-13 (2010).
  • A. Christensen and K.H. Andersen: General classification of maturation reaction-norm shape from size-based processes. Bull. Math. Biol. 73: 1004–1027 (2011).
  • K.H. Andersen and J.C. Rice: Direct and indirect community effects of rebuilding plans. ICES J. Mar. Science. 67(9): 1980-1988 (2010)
  • K.H. Andersen and M. Pedersen: Damped trophic cascades driven by fishing in marine ecosystems. Proc. Roy. Soc. London B 277, 795–802 (2010). doi:10.1098/rspb.2009.1512.
  • K.H. Andersen: Hvorfor kører Michael Rasmussen så hurtigt op ad bakke? i: Matematiske Horisonter redigeret af C. B. Hansen et al, DTU (2009).
  • S. Pigolotti, C. Lopez, E. Hernandez-Garcia and K.H. Andersen: On the robustness of Gaussian competition in niche models. Theoretical Ecology 3(2) 89-96doi:10.1007/s12080-009-0056-2 (2010).
  • K.H. Andersen and K. Brander: Reply to Kinnison et. al.: Effects of fishing on phenotypes. PNAS 106(41) E116 (2009).
  • K.H. Andersen and K. Brander: Expected rate of fisheries-induced evolution is slow. PNAS 106(28) 11657-11660 (2009). See also the "evolutionary calculator".
  • K.H. Andersen, K. Farnsworth, M. Pedersen and H. Gislason: How community ecology links natural mortality, growth and production of fish populations. ICES J. mar. sci.66(9) 1978-1984 doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsp161 (2009).
  • S. Neuenfeld, K.H. Andersen and H.-H. Hinrichsen: Some Atlantic cod Gadus morhua in the Baltic Sea visit hypoxic water briefly but often. Fish Biology 75, 290-294 (2009).
  • E. Hernández-García, C. Lopez, S. Pigolotti, and K.H. Andersen: Species competition: coexistence, exclusion and clustering. Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. London A.doi:10.1098/rsta.2009.0086 (2009)
  • K.H. Andersen, J.E. Beyer and P. Lundberg: Trophic and individual efficiencies of size-structured communities. Proc. Roy. Soc. London B. 276, 109–114 doi:10.1098/rspb.2008.0951 (2008). Note: erratum is attached at the end of the article.
  • M.W. Pedersen, D. Righton, U.H. Thygesen, K.H. Andersen and H. Madsen: Geolocation of North Sea cod using Hidden Markov Models and behavioural switching.Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science 65(11) 2367–2377 doi:10.1139/F08-144 (2008)
  • K.H. Andersen, J.E. Beyer, M. Pedersen, N.G. Andersen and H. Gislason: Life history constraints on the success of the many small eggs reproductive strategy. Theoretical Population Biology 73(4) 490-497 (2008)
  • K.H. Andersen, C. Möllmann and F.W. Köster: Process-based model for direct and indirect effects of climate on Central Baltic cod egg mortality. Fisheries Oceanography17(2) 84-88 (2008)
  • K.H. Andersen, K. Farnsworth, U.H. Thygesen and J.E. Beyer: The evolutionary pressure from fishing on size at maturation of Baltic cod. Ecological modelling 204: 246- 252. (2007).
  • H.-H. Hinrichsen, R. Voss, K. Wieland, F. Köster, K.H. Andersen and P. Margonski: Spatial and Temporal Heterogeneity of the Cod Spawning Environment in the Bornholm Basin, Baltic Sea. Marine Ecology Progress Series 345: 245-254 (2007)
  • K.H. Andersen, A. Nielsen, U.H. Thygesen, H.-H. Hinrichsen and S. Neuenfeld: Determining uncertainty in geolocation using the particle filter. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science (64)4, 618-627 (2007)
  • S. Neuenfeldt, H.-H. Hinrichsen, A. Nielsen and K.H. Andersen: Reconstructing cod migrations in the eastern Baltic by using Data Storage Tags. Fisheries Oceanography(16)6, 526-535 (2007)
  • U.H. Thygesen, L.A.F. Nilsson and K.H. Andersen: Eulerian techniques for individual-based models with additive components. Journal of Marine Systems (67) 179-188 (2007)
  • K.H. Andersen and S. Neuenfeldt: Torskens Hemmelige Liv. Fisk og Hav (61) 2-9 (2007)
  • K.H. Andersen and J.E. Beyer: Asymptotic size determines species abundance in the marine size spectrum. American Naturalist (168) 54-61 (2006). Note: extensive addendum and erratum attached at the end of the article.
  • U.H. Thygesen, K.D. Farnsworth, K.H. Andersen and J.E. Beyer: How optimal life history changes with the community size-spectrum. Proc. Roy. Soc. London B 272(1570) 1323-1331 (2005)
  • K.H. Andersen: Modelling transport of buoyant particles around a tidal front. ICES CM P:40 (2004) (as pdf)
  • K.H. Andersen and C. Mollmann: Process oriented model of egg mortality for Central Baltic cod, Gadus morhua callarias L. ICES CM P:25 (2004) (as pdf)
  • P. Hersen, K.H. Andersen, H. Elbelrhiti, B. Andreotti, P. Claudin and S. Douady: Corridors of barchan dunes: stability and size selection, Phys. Rev. E 69 011304 (2004) (at arXiv.org)
  • K.H. Andersen and C. Faraci: The Wave Plus Current Flow over Vortex Ripples at an Arbitrary Angle. Coastal Engineering (47) 431-441 (2003).
  • K.H. Andersen, M. Abel, J. Krug, C. Ellegaard, L.R. Søndergaard and J. Udesen: Pattern Dynamics of Vortex Ripples in Sand: Nonlinear Modeling and Experimental Validation. Phys. Rev. Letters (88) 234302 (at arXiv.org).
  • M. Abel and K.H. Andersen: Hierarchical Markovian modeling: the meandering jet as an example of a system with many time scales. In: Proceeding of International School of Athmospheric and Oceanic Sciences "Chaos in Geophysical Flows" 169-180 (2003)
  • J. L. Hansen, M. van Hecke, C. Ellegaard, K. H. Andersen, T. Bohr, A. Haaning and T. Sams: The Stability Balloon for Two-dimensional Vortex Ripple Patterns. Phys. Rev. Lett. (87) 204301 (2002) (at arXiv.org).
  • Jonas Lundbek Hansen, Martin van Hecke, Anders Haaning, Clive Ellegaard, Ken Haste Andersen, Tomas Bohr and Thomas Sams: Instabilities in sand ripples. Nature(410), 324 (2001).
  • K.H. Andersen, M.-L. Chabanol and M.v. Hecke: Dynamical models for sand ripples beneath surface waves. Phys. Rev. E (63), 066308 (2001) (8 pages) (at arXiv.org).
  • K.H. Andersen: A Particle Model of Rolling Grain Ripples Under Waves. Physics of Fluids (13)1, 58-64, (2001) (at AIP) (at arXiv.org).
  • K.H. Andersen and M. Lohmann: The dissipation of waves over a ripples bed. Proceedings of the 27th. conference of coastal engineering, Sydney, Australia 396-402 (2000) (in pdf).
  • K.H. Andersen, P. Castiglione, A. Mazzino and A. Vulpiani: Simple stochastic models showing strong anomalous diffusion. European Physical Journal B (18), 447-452, (2000) (at EPJ) (at arXiv.org).
  • K.H. Andersen, T. Bohr, M.H. Jensen, J.L. Nielsen and P. Olesen: Pulses in the Zero-Spacing Limit of the GOY Model. Physica D (138), 44-62 (2000) (at arXiv.org).
  • J. Fredsøe, K.H. Andersen and B.M. Sumer: Wave plus current over a ripple-covered bed. Coastal Engineering, (38) 4, pp. 177-221 (1999).
  • Monograph: K.H. Andersen: The Dynamics of Ripples Beneath Surface Waves and Topics in Shell Models of Turbulence. Ph.D. thesis Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen (1999) (see page on Thesis).
  • K.H. Andersen and P. Muratore-Ginanneschi: Shell model for time-correlated random advection of passive scalars. Phys. Rev. E. (60)6, pp. 6663-6681 (1999) (at PRE) (atarXiv.org).
  • K.H. Andersen and J. Fredsøe: How to Calculate the Geometry of Vortex Ripples Proceeding of the conference "Coastal Sediments", Long Island (1999) gzipped postscript).
  • K.H. Andersen, T. Bohr, M.H. Jensen and P. Olesen: Bursts and Shocks in a Continuum Shell Model. J. Phys IV 8, Pr6:121-130 (1998) (at arXiv.org).
  • H. Nishimori, M. Yamasaki and K.H.Andersen: A simple model for the various pattern dynamics of dunes. Int. J. of Modern Physics B 12, 257--272 (1998) (gzipped postscript)
  • Andersen, K.H., Nielsen, J.E.Ø. and Mork, M.: Measurement of the velocity profile in and above a field of Laminaria hyperborea. Sarsia 81: 193-196 (1996). (pdf).
  • Monograph: Andersen, K.H.: "Dæmpning af overfladebølger over bladtang". M.Sc. thesis from IMFUFA, Roskilde University (1996) (in danish). A version with most of the figures is available in postscript.
  • Andersen, K.H., Christiansen, T.G., Hermann, N and J.: "Dimensionsanalyse" Tekster fra IMFUFA, 1995 (in danish).