Research Papers

PUBLICATION LIST

(updated February, 2019)

Peer-reviewed research articles

Aquino, J. F., & Andereck, K. (2018). Volunteer tourists’ perceptions of their impacts on marginalized communities. Journal of Sustainable Tourism 26(11), 1967-1983(Link to full text)

Granquist, S. M., Esparza-Salas, R., Hauksson, E., Karlsson, O., & Angerbjörn, A. (2018). Fish consumption of harbour seals (Phoca vitulina) in north western Iceland assessed by DNA metabarcoding and morphological analysis. Polar Biology, 1-12. (Link to full text)

Larm, M., Angerbjörn, A., Elmhagen, B., & Granquist, S.M. (2017). The role of wildlife tourism in conservation of endangered species: Implications of safari tourism for conservation of the arctic fox in Sweden. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 1-16. (Link to full text)

Öqvist, E.L., Granquist, S.M., Burns, G.L., & Angerbjörn, A. (2017). Seal watching: an investigation of codes of conduct. Tourism in marine environments, 13(1), 1-15. (Link to full text)

Marschall, S., Graquist, S.M., & Burns, G.L. (2016). Interpretation in Wildlife Tourism: Assessing the effectiveness of signage to modify visitor behaviour at a seal watching site in Iceland. Journal for outdoor recreation, 17, 11-19. (Link to full text)

Granquist, S.M., & Hauksson, E. (2016). Diet of harbour seals in a salmon estuary in North-West Iceland. Icelandic Agricultural Sciences, 29, 7-19. (Link to full text)

Granquist, S.M., & Hauksson, E. (2016). Seasonal, meteorological, tidal and diurnal effects on haul-out patterns of harbour seals (Phoca vitulina) in Iceland. Polar Biology, 39, 1-13. (Link to full text)

Granquist, S.M., & Nilsson, P.Å. (2016). Who’s watching whom? An interdisciplinary approach to the study of seal-watching tourism in Iceland. Journal of Cleaner Production, 111, 471-478. (Link to full text)

Wheeler-Jones, C., Howlett, C., Seini, M., & Burns, G.L. (2015). Media constructions of Aboriginality: Implications for engagement with coal seam gas development in Australia. Australian Geographer, 46(2), 165-181. (Link to full text)

Granquist, S.M., & Sigurjónsdóttir, H. (2014). The effect of land based seal watching tourism on the haul-out behaviour of harbour seals (Phoca vitulina) in Iceland. Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 156, 85-93. (Link to full text)

Nilsson, P.Å. (2013). Centripetal and Centrifugal Forces. A Case Study of Regional Push and Pull Factors for Back-Movers in Northern Iceland, the Faroe Islands and Northern Norway. Journal of Settlements and Spatial Planning, 4, 87-94. (Link to full text)

Granquist, S.M., Thorhallsdottir, A.G., & Sigurjonsdottir, H. (2012). The effect of stallions on social interactions in domestic and semi feral harems. Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 141, 49–56. (Link to full text)

Sigurjónsdóttir, H., Thorhallasdóttir, A.G., Hafthorsdóttir, H.M., & Granquist, S. (2012). The behaviour of stallions in a semi-feral herd in Iceland: time-budgets, home-ranges and interactions. International Journal of Zoology, 2012, 1-7. (Link to full text)

Books 

Burns, G.L., & Paterson, M. (2014). Engaging with Animals: interpretations of a shared existence. Sydney: Sydney University Press.

Nilsson, P. Å. (2012). Twenty years of scientification. The Nordic Symposium for Hospitality and Tourism research 1991-2011. Hammerdal Förlag.

 Book chapters

Burns, G.L., Öqvist, E.L., Angerbjörn, A., & Granquist, S. (2018). When the wildlife you watch becomes the food you eat: Exploring moral and ethical dilemmas when consumptive and non-consumptive tourism merge. In C. Kline (Ed.), Routledge Ethics of tourism: Animals, Food, and Tourism (pp. 22-35). New York: Routledge.

Burns, G.L. (2015). Ethics in Tourism. In C.M. Hall, S. Gossling, & D. Scott (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Tourism and Sustainability (1st ed., pp 117-126). New York: Routledge.

Burns, G.L. (2015). Animals as Tourism Objects: Ethically refocusing relationships between tourists and wildlife. In K. Markwell (Ed.), Animals and Tourism: Understanding Diverse Relationships ( 1st ed., pp 44-59). Bristol, Buffalo & Toronto: Channel View Publications.

Ankre, R., & Nilsson, P.Å. (2015). Remote yet Close: The Question of Accessibility in the Faroe Islands. In G. Baldacchino (Ed.), Archipelago Tourism. Policies and Practices (1st ed., pp 137-146). London & New York: Routledge.

Burns, G.L., & Paterson, M. (2014). In G. L. Burns & M. Paterson (Ed.), Engaging with Animals: interpretations of a shared existence (6th ed., pp 7-12). Sydney: Sydney University Press.

Burns, G.L. (2014). Animals and Anthropomorphism in the Anthropocene. In G. L. Burns, & M. Paterson, Engaging with Animals: interpretations of a shared existence (6th ed., pp 3-20). Sydney: Sydney University Press.

Granquist, S.M., & Nilsson, P.Å. (2013). The Wild North: Network Cooperation for Sustainable Tourism in a fragile Marine Environment in the Arctic Region.  In D. Müller, L. Lundmark, & R. Lemelin (Eds.), New Issues in Polar Tourism (1st ed., pp. 123-132). New York & London: Heidelberg Springer. (Link to text)

Other papers

Sánchez Cacho, E., & Granquist, S.M. (2011). La foca común, idicadora del impacto del turismo en Islandia [Harbour seals in Iceland; Indications of impacts due to tourism]. Quercus magazine.

Nilsson, P. Å. (2011). Åres genombrott som ett svenskt Davos [Åre break through as a Swedish Davos] Östersund Jämten, 44-53.

Technical research reports

Aquino, J. F. (2019). Icelandic Culture and Nature. KA1: Youth Exchange. Final Report. Report for Erasmus+. Sauðárkrókur, Iceland: Hólar University College. (Link to full text)

Granquist S.M., & Hauksson E. (2019). Aerial census of the Icelandic grey seal (Halichoerus grypus) population in 2017: Pup production, population estimate, trends and current status  [Útselstalning 2017: Stofnstærðarmat, sveiflur og ástand stofns] (Report No. HV2019‐02). Reykjavík, Iceland: Marine and Freshwater Research Institute. (Link to full text)

Þorbjörnsson,  J.G., Hauksson, E., Sigurðsson, G.M., & Granquist, S.M (2017). Aerial census of the Icelandic harbour seal (Phoca vitulina) population in 2016: Population estimate, trends and current status [Landselstalning 2016: Stofnstærðarmat, sveiflur og ástand stofns] (Report No. HV 2017-009). Hvammstangi, Iceland: Marine and Freshwater Research Institute. (Link to full text)

Granquist, S.M., & Hauksson, E. (2016).  Management and status of harbour seal population in Iceland 2016: Catches, population assessments and current knowledge (Report No. VSMT/16024). Hvammstangi, Iceland: Marine and Freshwater Research Institute. (Link to full text)

Granquist, S.M., & Hauksson, E. (2016).  Status of the Icelandic grey seal population in Iceland. NAMMCO. SC/23/CSWG/12. 8p.

Burns, G.L., & Haraldsdóttir, L. (2016). Potential Effects of Proposed Power Plants on tourism in Skagafjörður, Iceland. Report for the Ministry for the Environment and Natural Resources. Hólar, Iceland: Hólar University Press. (Link to full text)

Helgadóttir, G., Einarsdóttir, A.V., Gunnarsdóttir, G.Þ., Matthíasdóttir, J.M.E., & Burns, G.L. (2016). Félagsleg áhrif ferðaþjónustu (Report No. 4). Reykjavik, Iceland: Icelandic Tourist Board. (Link to full text)

Helgadóttir, G., Einarsdóttir, A.V., Gunnarsdóttir, G.Þ., Matthíasdóttir, J.M.E., & Burns, G.L. (2016). Félagsleg áhrif ferðaþjónustu (Report No. 3). Ísafjörður, Iceland: Icelandic Tourist Board. (Link to full text)

Granquist, S.M., Hauksson, E., & Stefánsson, T. (2015). Landselatalning árið 2014 -Notkun Cessna yfirþekju flugvélar, þyrilvængju og ómannaðs loftfars (flygildi) við talningu landsela úr lofti (Report No. VMST/15002). Hvammstangi, Iceland: Institute of Freshwater Fisheries . (Link to full text)

Helgadóttir, G., Einarsdóttir, A.V., Gunnarsdóttir, G.Þ., Matthíasdóttir, J.M.E., & Burns, G.L. (2015). Félagsleg áhrif ferðaþjónustu (Report No. 2). Húsavík, Iceland: Icelandic Tourist Board. (Link to full text)

Burns, G.L. (2015, November). Tourism Report in relation to proposed Metropolitan Region Scheme Amendment 1280/41 Mangles Bay Marina. Perth, Australia; Western Australian Planning Commission Report prepared for Hands Off Point Peron Inc. (HOPP).

Gunnarsdóttir, G.Þ., Helgadóttir, G., Matthíasdóttir, J.M.E. & Burns, G.L. (2015). Félagsleg áhrif ferðaþjónustu (Report No. 1). Hella, Iceland: Icelandic Tourist Board.

Granquist, S.M. (2014, November). Hvítanes selaskoðunarstaður: Úttekt á hugsanleg áhrif á hegðun og útbreiðslu sela vegna uppbyggingar selskoðunarstaðs. Unnið fyrir verkefnið Hvítanes á Skötufirði.

Hauksson, E., Ólafsson, H.G., & Granquist, S.M. (2014, October). Talning útselskópa úr lofti haustið 2012 (Report No. VMST/14050). Hvammstangi, Iceland: Institute of Freshwater Fisheries. (Link to full text)

Granquist, S.M. (2014). Ummerki eftir sel á veiddum laxfiskum í völdum laxveiðiám í Húnaþingi vestra og Austur-Húnavatnssýslu [Injuries from seal on caught salmonids in selected rivers in Húnaþingi vestra og Austur-Húnavatnssýslu, Iceland] (Report No. VMST/14019). Reykjavík, Iceland: Institute of Freshwater Fisheries. (Link to full text)

Granquist, S.M., & Hauksson, E. (2013). Selatalningin mikla. Niðurstöður 2007-2012 [The great seal count. Results 2007-2012] (Report No. VMST/13001)Reykjavík, Iceland: Institute of Freshwater Fisheries. (Link to full text)

Nilsson, P.Å. (2012). Tourist background and local acceptance. A case study of  tourists in Northern Iceland. Akureyri, Iceland: Icelandic Tourism Research Centre. (Link to full text)

Granquist, S.M., Hauksson, E., Árnadóttir, A.B., & Kasper, J. (2011). Landselstalning úr lofti árið 2011. Framvinda og niðurstöður [Aerial survey of the Icelandic harbour seal population] (Report No. VMST/11051). Reykavík, Iceland: Institute of Freshwater Fisheries.

Granquist, S.M. (2009). The Wild North: The behaviour and abundance of harbour seals (Phoca vitulina); How do tourists affect the seals? Annual Report for The Wild North (Report No. 0201). Hvammstangi, Iceland: Institute of Freshwater Fisheries/Icelandic Seal Center.

Granquist, S.M. (2008, September). Hegðun og útbreiðsla landsela (Phoca vitulina) í návist ferðamanna; Hafa ferðamenn áhrif á seli? [Behaviour and abundance of harbour seals (Phoca vitulina) in presence of tourists: Do tourists affect the seals?]  In: Áhrif ferðamanna á atferli villtra dýra [The effect of tourists on the behaviour of wild animals]. A project in three parts, sponsored by the Icelandic Student Innovation Fund.

PhD, Master and Bachelor theses supervised by researchers at the Icelandic Seal Center

Rössler, H. (2018). Harbour seal vocalisations: behavioural and physiological studies (MSc thesis). University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark .

Larm, M. (2016). Effects of tourism on the Fennoscandian Arctic Fox (Vulpes lagopus): can tourism be used as a tool in the conservation of an endangered species? (MSc thesis). Department of Zoology, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden.

Lilja, E.Ö. (2016). Tourism, hunting, conservation & management of marine mammals in Iceland (MSc thesis). Department of Zoology, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden.

Clack, G. (2016). Harbour seal distribution in Iceland and the impact of the wildlife watching boat on seal behaviour in Miðfjörður (MSc thesis). University Centre of the Westfjords and University of Akureyri, Ísafjörður, Iceland.

Thorstensen, E. (2016). Comparative analysis of the effects of large scale industry on tourism business in Skagafjordur, Iceland (MSc thesis). Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Switzerland.

Jakobsdóttir, A.M. (2015). Social Sustainability of Tourism in East Iceland. (BAc thesis). Hólar University College, Hólar, Iceland.

Marschall, S. (2015). Interpretation in Wildlife Tourism: Assessing the effectiveness of signage to modify visitor’s behaviour at a seal watching site in Iceland (MSc thesis). University Centre of the Westfjords of University of Akureyri, Ísafjörður, Iceland.

Thorbjonsson, J. (2015). Anthropogenic impacts of SCUBA Divers in the Silfra freshwater fissure (MSc Thesis). Hólar University College, Hólar, Iceland.

Lilja, E.Ö. (2014).  An evaluation of codes of conduct for seal watching worldwide (BS thesis). Department of Zoology, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden.

Legatelois, M. (2014). Interactions between environments, stakeholders and tourists at Latrabjarg cliff, Iceland (MSc thesis). University Center of the Westfiords of University of Akureyri,  Ísafjörður, Iceland.

Conference proceedings

Kaiser, B., Huijbens, E., Aquino, J., Horbel, C., Reigner, N., Maher, P., Menezes, D. R., Turner, J. (2019, March). Sustainable Tourism Development in the Nordic Arctic: Proceedings and Analysis. Workshop in Northern Iceland. London, United Kingdom.

Burns, G.L., & Granquist, S. (2014, August). Codes of Conduct: Managing interactions between visitors and wildlife in natural areas. In The 7th International Conference on Monitoring and Management of Visitors in Recreational and Protected Areas (pp. 80-81). Tallin, Estonia.

Burns, G.L. (2014, July). Animals and Tourism: An ethical scrutiny of relationships between tourists and wildlife. In ISAZ 2014 – Animals and Humans Together: Integration in Society (p. 222). Vienna, Austria.

Lewis, P.M., Burns, G.L., Jones, D., & Smart, J. (2014, July). Human Coyote Co-existence and Innovative Management Options. In ISAZ 2014 – Animals and Humans Together: Integration in Society (p. 140). Vienna, Austria.

Granquist, S.M., & Nilsson, P.Å. (2011, October). Wild life tourism – a matter of interdisciplinary concern? The case of interaction between harbor seals and tourists. In Sustainable tourism conference (p. 11). Savonlinna, Finland.

Granquist, S.M., & Nilsson, P. Å. (2010, August). Harmony between man and nature. The case of seal watching at Vatnsnes peninsula, Iceland. In Solutions on Harmonising Sustainability and Nature Protection with Socio-Economic Stability. Vidzeme, Latvia.

Nilsson, P., Víglundsdóttir, H. Ý., & Granquist, S.M. (2010, June). The Wild North – network cooperation for sustainable tourism in a fragile marine environment in the Arctic Region. Tourism, people and Protected Areas. In Polar Wilderness 2nd International Polar Tourism Research Network Conference. Abisko, Sweden.

Granquist, S.M., & Nilsson, P.Å. (2010, April). Samvera sela og ferðamanna á Vatnsnesi- hver er að skoða hvern? [Seals and tourists on Vatnsnes peninsula – who is watching whom?].In Húnvetnsk náttúra 2010. Málþing um náttúru Húnavatnssýsla. Gauksmýri, Iceland.

Sigurjónsdóttir, H., & Granquist, S.M. (2010, April) Hegðun hrossa í Húnavatnssýslum.[The behaviour of horses in West and East Hunathing]. In Húnvetnsk náttúra 2010. Málþing um náttúru Húnavatnssýsla. Gauksmýri, Iceland.

Granquist, S.M. (2010, April). Rannsóknir á áhrif sela á laxfiska í árósum [Studying the effect of seals on salmonids in river mouths]. In Húnvetnsk náttúra 2010. Málþing um náttúru Húnavatnssýsla. Gauksmýri, Iceland.

Granquist, S.M., & Nilsson, P. Å.  (2010, February). Interaction Between Seals and Tourists at Vatnsnes peninsula – who’s watching whom? In Fræðaþing landbúnaðarins [Icelandic Agricultural Science Congress]. Reykjavík, Iceland.

Granquist, S.M., Sigurjonsdottir, H., & Thorhallsdottir, A.G. (2009, February). Félagshegðun hrossa í stóðhestahólfum [Social behaviour of horses in groups including a stallion]. In Fræðaþing landbúnaðarinns [Icelandic Agricultural Science Congress]. Reykjavík, Iceland.

Granquist, S.M, Sigurjonsdottir, H., & Thorhallsdottir, A.G. (2008, October). Social structure and interactions within groups of horses containing a stallion. In International Equine Science Meeting. Regensburg, Germany.

Presentations at international conferences

Schjøtt, S.R., Dietz, R., Teilmann, J., Galatius, A., Andersen, L.W., Vieira, F.G., Cammen, K., Harding, K., Granquist, S., Rosing-Asvid, A., Hall, A., Carrol, E., Kobayashi, Y., O´Corry-Crowe, G., Hammill, M., Stenson, G., Frie, A.K., Kovacs, K., Lydersen, C., Härkönen, T., & Olsen, M.T. (2018, October 23-27). Presenting author: Morten Tange Olsen. Global phylogeography and population genomics of the harbour seal. The 22nd Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals. Lecture conducted from The Society for Marine Mammalogy, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Aquino, J. F., & Einarsdóttir, A.V. (2018, September 24-26). Interpretation, Communication, and Rural Tourism Community Development: Can Interpretation be used as a strategy for sustainability? The 27th Nordic Tourism Implications and Dilemmas. Lecture conducted from UiT, Alta, Norway.

Aquino, J. F., Burns, G. L., & Granquist, S. M. (2018, August 28-31). Seal Watching in Iceland: A Framework for Ethical Management. MMV9: International Conference on Monitoring and Management of Visitors in Recreational and Protected Areas. Lecture conducted from Bordeaux, France.

Aquino, J. F., & Andereck, K. (2018, June 19-22). Non-Profit Organizations’ Perceived Impacts of International Volunteering Efforts on Marginalized Communities in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. EURAM18: Research in Action. Lecture conducted from Reykjavik, Iceland.

Aquino, J. F. (2018, June 3-6). Environmental Education, Nature-Based Recreation, and Responsible Community Development: An Icelandic and Swedish Youth Nature Club Perspective. TEFI10: Knowing with Nature—The Future of Tourism Education in the Anthropocene. Lecture conducted from Pyhä, Finland.

Aquino, J. F. (2018, September 29-30). Lunch Lecture Series: Seal Watching and the Vatnsnes Peninsula. Erasmus+ Staff Exchange. Lecture conducted from The University of South-Eastern Norway, Bø, Norway.

Aquino, J. F. (2018, September 29-30). Wildlife Tourism Management from a Community Capitals Perspective, in the course “Nature, Culture, and Guiding.” Erasmus+ Staff Exchange. Lecture conducted from The University of South-Eastern Norway, Bø, Norway

Aquino, J. F. (2018, September 29-30). The Icelandic Seal Center: Presentation for biology students. In Erasmus+ Staff Exchange. Lecture conducted from The University of South-Eastern Norway, Bø, Norway.

Aquino, J. F., & Granquist, S. M. (2017). Seal watching tourism in the Vatnsnes Peninsula: Identifying the need for future management actions. The 13th International Conference on Responsible Tourism in Destinations: Tackling Overtourism—Local Responses. Lecture conducted from Hannesarholt, Reykjavik, Iceland.

Granquist, S.M. (2016, September). Temporal changes in harbour and grey seal diet in Iceland. The 2nd NOS-HS exploratory workshop on Human Seal Interrelations: exploratory workshops on faunal history and exploitation of seals in Northern Europe. Lecture conducted from The Icelandic Seal Center, Hvammstangi, Iceland.

Burns, L., Marschall, S., & Granquist, S.M. (2016, November). Seeing Seal Signs: Using interpretation to modify visitor behaviour at a seal watching site in Iceland. Wildlife Tourism Australia Conference. Lecture conducted from Adelaide, Australia.

Lilja, E.Ö., Granquist, S.M., & Angerbjörn, A. (2016, October). Do tourists really care about the animals they watch? Tourism Naturally Conference 2016. Lecture conducted from Alghero, Italy.

Burns, G.L., Lilja, E.Ö., & Granquist, S.M. (2016, October). When the wildlife you watch becomes the food you eat. Tourism Naturally Conference 2016. Lecture conducted from Alghero, Italy.

Larm, M., Elmhagen, B., Angerbjörn, A., & Granquist, S.M. (2016, October). Mutual relationships between tourism and arctic fox conservation. Tourism Naturally Conference 2016. Lecture conducted from Alghero, Italy.

Granquist, S.M. (2016, February). Research on seal ecology in Iceland, Coastal seal working group. Nammco. Lecture conducted from Reykjavík, Iceland.

Granquist, S.M. (2015, May). Seals and People: Balancing the sustainability of wildlife tourism in rural Iceland. Lecture for visiting students from the University of British Columbia, conducted from the Icelandic Seal Center, Hvammstangi, Iceland.

Öqvist, E.L., Granquist, S.M., Burns, G.L., & Angerbjörn, A. (2015, October). Codes of Conduct for Seal Watching: An investigation of guidelines for human behavior. The 24th Nordic Symposium in Tourism and Hospitality Research. Lecture conducted from Reykjavík, Iceland.

Marschall, S., Granquist, S.M., & Burns, G.L. (2015, October). Interpretation in Wildlife Tourism: Assessing the effectiveness of signage to modify visitor behaviour at a seal watching site in Iceland. The 24th Nordic Symposium in Tourism and Hospitality Research. Lecture conducted from Reykjavík, Iceland.

Granquist, S.M. (2015, October). Effects of wildlife watching tourism on Arctic marine mammals, with a special note on harbour seal watching in Iceland. Nammco Symposium. Lecture conducted from Copenhagen, Denmark.

Granquist, S.M., & Hauksson, E. (2014, November). Human-Seal Interrelations in Iceland – Ecology and ethology of current seal populations. Human Seal Interactions Workshop. Lecture conducted from Stockholm, Sweden.

Burns, G.L., & Granquist, S.M. (2014, August). Codes of Conduct: Managing interactions between visitors and wildlife in natural areas. The 7th International Conference on Monitoring and Management of Visitors in Recreational and Protected Areas (MMV). Lecture conducted from Tallinn, Estonia.

Granquist, S.M. (2014, May). Seal watching in Iceland: Who is watching whom? The 10th Ecology & Behaviour Conference. Lecture conducted from Montpellier, France.

Nilsson, P.Å (2014, February). From Dingoes to Seals: Exploring the Ethics of Managing Wildlife Tourism. Department Seminar. Lecture conducted from Telemark University College, Bø, Norway.

Burns, L. (2014, November). Human-Seal Interrelations in Northern Europe: Cultural values and perceptions. Exploratory workshops on faunal history and exploitation of seals in Northern Europe. Lecture conducted from Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden.

Burns, L., & Granquist, S.M. (2014, August). Codes of conduct: Managing interactions between visitors and wildlife in natural areas. Monitoring and Management of Visitors in Recreational and Protected Areas. Lecture conducted from Tallin, Estonia.

Burns, L. (2014, July). Animals and Tourism: An ethical scrutiny of relationships between tourists and wildlife. Invited lecture at The University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna, Austria.

Granquist, S.M. (2012, November). The impact of tourists on harbour seals (Phoca vitulina) at Vatnsnes peninsula, Iceland. The bloodbath, Tovetorps forkarstation. Lecture conducted from Stockholm, Sweden.

Granquist, S.M., & Nilsson, P.Å. (2011, October). Wilderness tourism- a matter of interdisciplinary concern? A case of interaction between harbour seals (Phoca vitulina) and tourists at Vatnsnes peninsula, Iceland. Sustainable tourism conference 2011: Relationships in sustainable tourism development. Lecture conducted from Savonlinna, Finland.

Sigurjónsdóttir, H., Thorhallsdóttir, A.G., Hafthorsdóttir, H., & Granquist, S.M. (2010, August). Interactions between herd keeping stallions in a big enclosure. The 44th International Society of Applied Ethology Conference. Lecture conducted from Uppsala, Sweden.

Granquist, S.M. (2010, October). Interaction between seals and tourists at the Vatnsnes peninsula. The Wild North partner meeting. Lecture conducted from Súðavík, Iceland.

Granquist, S.M., & Nilsson, P.Å. (2010, September). Harmony between man and nature –  Interaction between Seals and Tourists at Vatnsnes PeninsulaThe 19th Nordic Symposium in Tourism Research. Lecture conducted from Akureyri, Iceland.

Granquist, S.M., & Nilsson, P.Å. (2010, August). Harmony between man and nature: The case of seal watching at Vatnsnes peninsula, Iceland. Solutions on harmonizing sustainability and nature protection with socio-economic stability. Lecture conducted from Valmiera, Latvia.

Nilsson, P. Å., Granquist, S.M., & Víglundsdóttir, H.Ý. (2010, June). The Wild North – Network cooperation for sustainable tourism in a fragile marine environment in the arctic region. The 2nd  International Polar Tourism Research Network Conference: Tourism, People and Protected Areas in Polar Wilderness. Lecture conducted from Abisko, Sweden.

Granquist, S.M. (2009, October). The effect of tourists on the behavior of harbor seals (Phoca vitulina)? The Wild North partner meeting. Lecture conducted from Faeroe Islands and Iceland.

Granquist, S.M. (2008, December). How do tourists affect the behaviour of the harbor seal (Phoca vitulina)? The Wild North – Partner meeting. Lecture conducted from Húsavík, Iceland.

Sigurjónsdóttir, H., & Granquist, S.M. (2008, October). Social structure and interactions within groups of horses containing a stallion. International Equine Science Meeting. Lecture conducted from Regensburg, Germany.

Presentations at Icelandic conferences

Granquist, S.M., & Aquino, J.F.  Presenting author: Sandra M. Granquist (2018, October 26). Effects of seal watching activities on harbour seal behaviour: The importance of interdisciplinary management approaches. Þjódarspegillinn 2018. Lecture conducted from The University of Iceland, Reykjavík, Iceland.

Aquino, J.F., Burns, G.L., & Granquist, S.M.  Presenting author: Jessica Faustini Aquino (2018, October 26). Developing a framework for responsible wildlife tourism. Þjódarspegillinn 2018. Lecture conducted from The University of Iceland, Reykjavík, Iceland.

Aquino, J. F. & Granquist, S. M. (2017). Seal watching tourism in the Vatnsnes Peninsula: Identifying the need for future management actions. The 13th International Conference on Responsible Tourism in Destinations: Tackling Overtourism—Local Responses. Lecture conducted from Reykjavik, Iceland.

Aquino, J. F. (2017). Adapting Whetten’s tips for effective course design: A case study. Kennsluþróunarráðstefna Háskóla Íslands. Lecture conducted from The University of Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland.

Aquino, J. F. (2016). Volunteer Tourism and the Community’s Voice: The Social Representations of Favela Communities in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Í ódýrri ævintýraleit – sjálfboðaliðar og störf í íslenskri ferðaþjónustu (Searching for cheap adventures – volunteers and jobs in Icelandic tourism). Lecture conducted from Rannsóknamiðstöð Ferðamála (Icelandic Tourism Research Centre), Reykjavík, Iceland.

Aquino, J. F. (2016). Developing a Research Agenda. Research Day. Lecture conducted from Hólar University College, Hólar, Iceland.

Burns, G.L. (2015, December). Rural Tourism: Lessons from, and for, Iceland. In Departmental Seminar.  Lecture conducted from Hólar University College, Hólar, Iceland.

Burns, G.L., & Haraldsdóttir, L. (2015, October). Valuing Landscape: A perspective from tourism. Þjóðarspegillinn: Conference on Social Sciences. Lecture conducted from Reykjavík, Iceland.

Burns, G.L. (2015, June). Seals and Tourists in Iceland: Interdisciplinary perspectives towards holistic understandings of wildlife tourism. Tourism in the Arctic Workshop. Lecture conducted from Iceland.

Granquist, S.M. (2015, March). Þverfaglegar rannsóknir á náttúrulífsferðamennsku: Jafnvægi verndunar íslenskra sela og hagnýtingar þeirra við selaskoðun. Vísindi og grautur. Lecture conducted from Hólar University College, Hólar, Iceland.

Granquist, S.M., & Sigurjónsdóttir, H. (2014, March). Seal watching in Iceland; Who is watching whom? Landsýn-vísindaþing landbúnaðarins. Lecture conducted from Hvanneyri, Iceland.

Burns, G.L. (2014, October). Ethically managing wildlife tourism in Iceland. Þjóðarspegillinn XV: Conference on Social Sciences. Lecture conducted from Reykjavik, Iceland.

Burns, G.L. (2014, May). Coding the Future: using codes of conduct to manage wildlife tourism in Iceland. The 8th Conference on Icelandic society. Lecture conducted from Hólar University College Hólar, Iceland.

Burns, G.L. (2014, March). Animals as Tourism Objects: Ethically Refocusing the relationships between tourists and wildlife. Landsyn Conference. Lecture conducted from Hvanneyri, Iceland.

Burns, G.L. (2013, October). Tourism, Anthropology and Me: the road to Hólar. Departmental Seminar. Lecture conducted from Hólar University College, Hólar, Iceland.

Granquist, S.M. (2011, May). Selarannsóknir við Selasetur Íslands. Hádegisfyrirlestur. Lecture conducted from The University of Iceland, Reykjavík, Iceland.

Nilsson, P.Å. (2011). Back movers and in movers. A study of back migration flows into small societies over time. Lecture conducted from the Department of Geography, Hólar University College, Hólar, Iceland.

Granquist, S.M., & Nilsson, P.Å. (2010, April). Samvera sela og ferðamanna á Vatnsnesi – hver er að skoða hvern? [Seals and tourists on Vatnsnes peninsula – who is watching whom?]. Húnvetnsk náttúra 2010. Málþing um náttúru Húnavatnssýsla. Lecture conducted from Gauksmýri, Iceland.

Sigurjónsdóttir, H., & Granquist, S.M. (2010, April). Hegðun hrossa í Húnavatnssýslum. Húnvetnsk náttúra 2010. Málþing um náttúru Húnavatnssýsla. Lecture conducted from Gauksmýri, Iceland.

Granquist, S.M. (2010, April). Rannsóknir á áhrif laxfiska í árósum. Húnvetnsk náttúra 2010. Málþing um náttúru Húnavatnssýsla. Lecture conducted from Gauksmýri, Iceland.

Granquist, S.M., & Nilsson, P.Å. (2010). Interaction between seals and tourists at Vatnsnes Peninsula – who is watching who? Fræðaþing landbúnaðarins. Lecture conducted from Reykjavik, Iceland.

Nilsson, P.Å. (2010). Tourism and landscape. Without destination. Lecture conducted from Reykjavik, Iceland.

Nilsson, P.Å. (2009, April). Access to nature – for whom. Áhrif ferðamanna á seli [The effect of tourists on seals]. Introductory lecture at the opening ceremony of the Research department of The Icelandic Seal Center. Conducted from Hólar University College, Hólar, Iceland.

Granquist, S.M. (2009, April). Áhrif sela á laxastofna [The effect of seals on salmonid populations]. The Annual general meeting of the Institute for Freshwater Fisheries. Lecture conducted from The Institute for Freshwater Fisheries, Reykjavík, Iceland.

Granquist, S.M. (2009, April). Selarannsóknir á Hvammstanga [Seal research in Hvammstangi]. Symposium of Icelandic mammalogists. Lecture conducted from The Agricultural University of Iceland, Hvanneyri, Iceland.

Granquist, S.M. (2009, May). The Wild North og áhrif sela á laxastofna [The Wild North and the effect of seals on salmonid populations]. Þekkingarþing Norðurlands vestra [Research symposium for Northwest Iceland]. Lecture conducted from Skagaströnd, Iceland.

Granquist, S.M., Sigurjónsdóttir, H., Þórhallsdóttir, A.G., & Hafþórsdóttir, H.A. (2009, November). Samskipti stóðhesta [Interactions between Stallions]Líffræðiráðstefna í Öskju [Biological Conference in Askja]. Lecture conducted from The University of Iceland, Reykjavík, Iceland.

Þórhallsdóttir, A.G., Hafþórsdóttir, H.M., Sigurjónsdóttir, H., & Granquist, S.M. (2009, November). Heimasvæði og tímanotkun íslenskra stóðhesta [Habitat- and time use of Icelandic stallions]. Líffræðiráðstefna í Öskju [Biological Conference in Askja]. Lecture conducted from The University of Iceland. Reykjavík, Iceland.

Posters (national and international)

Granquist, S. M., Esparza-Salas, R., Hauksson, E., Karlsson, O., Jónsdóttir, I. G., & Angerbjörn, A. (2018). What’s on the menu? Prey consumption of harbour seals (Phoca vitulina) assessed by DNA metabarcoding and morphological analysis. Poster session at VistIs 2018, Reykjavík, Iceland.

Burns, L., Marschall, S., & Granquist, S.M. (2016, September). I Saw The Sign: Modifying visitor behaviour at a Seal Watching Site. Poster session at the Wildlife Tourism Australia workshop, Binna Burra, Australia.

Öqvist, E.L., Granquist, S.M., & Angerbjörn, A. (2015, November). Watching or whaling, sealing or seeing: Tourist perception of marine mammal hunting and watching in Iceland. Poster session at Líffræðiráðstefnan, University of Iceland, Reykjavík, Iceland.

Öqvist, E.L., Granquist, S.M., Burns, G.L., & Angerbjörn, A. (2015, November). Seal watching management: Codes of conduct as a management tool for conservation. Poster session at Líffræðiráðstefnan University of Iceland Reykjavík, Iceland.

Öqvist, E.L., Granquist, S.M., & Angerbjörn, A. (2015, October). Managing Seal Watching: An investigation of codes of conduct for tourist behaviour. Poster session at the 24th Nordic Symposium on Hospitality and Tourism, Þjóðarspegillinn: Conference on Social Sciences, Reykjavík, Iceland.

 Marschall, S., & Granquist, S.M. (2015, October). I Saw The Sign: Modifying visitor behaviour at a Seal Watching Site. Poster session at Þjóðarspegillinn XV: Conference on Social Sciences, Reykjavik, Iceland.

 Lewis, P.  Smart, J., & Jones, D. (2014, July). Human Coyote Co-existence and Innovative Management Options: A case study in the city of Boulder, CO, USA. Poster session at ISAZ 2014 – Animals and Humans Together: Integration in Society, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria.

 Burns, G.L. (2014, July). Animals and Tourism: An ethical scrutiny of relationships between tourists and wildlife. Poster session at ISAZ 2014 – Animals and Humans Together: Integration in Society, University of Vienna. Vienna, Austria.

Öqvist, E.L., Granquist, S.M., & Angerbjörn, A. (2015, November). Watching or whaling, sealing or seeing: Tourist perception of marine mammal hunting and watching in Iceland. Poster session at Líffræðiráðstefnan, University of Iceland, Reykjavík, Iceland.

Öqvist, E.L., Granquist, S.M., Burns, G.L., & Angerbjörn, A. (2015, November). Seal watching management: Codes of conduct as a management tool for conservation. Poster session at Líffræðiráðstefnan, University of Iceland, Reykjavík, Iceland.

Öqvist, E.L., Granquist, S.M, Angerbjörn, A., & Burns, G.L. (2015, October). Managing seal watching: An investigation of codes of conduct for tourist behavior. Poster session at Þjóðarspegilinn. Reykjavík, Iceland.

Öqvist, E.L., Granquist, S.M., Angerbjörn, A., & Burns, G.L. (2015, August). Seal Watching: An Investigation of Code of Conducts. Poster session at The VIIth European Congress of Mammalogy. Stockholm, Sweden.

Marschall, S., Burns, G.L., & Granquist, S.M. (2014, October). I saw the sign -How effective is signage on modifying tourist behaviour? Poster session at Þjóðarspegilinn:  Rannsóknir í félagsvísindum XV, Reykjavík, Iceland.

Granquist, S.M., & Sigurjónsdóttir, H. (2014, February). Who’s watching who? The impact of tourism on the haul-out behaviour of harbour seals (Phoca vitulina) in Iceland. Poster session at the Nordic Oikos meeting. Stockholm, Sweden.

Granquist, S.M., & Nilsson, P.Å. (2010, February). Interactions Between Seals and Tourists at Vatnsnes peninsula-who’s watching whom? Poster session at Fræðaþing Landbúnaðarins [Icelandic Agricultural Science Congress], Reykjavík, Iceland.

Granquist, S.M, Sigurjónsdóttir, H., & Thorhallsdóttir, A.G. (2010, August). Do stallions affect the nature of interactions between their own harem members? Poster session at The 44th International Society of Applied Ethology Conference, Uppsala, Sweden.

Granquist, S.M., Sigurjonsdottir, H., & Thorhallsdottir, A.G. (2009, February). Félagshegðun hrossa í stóðhestahólfum [Social behaviour of horses in groups including a stallion]. Poster session at Fræðaþing landbúnaðarins [Icelandic Agricultural Science Congress 2009], Reykjavík, Iceland.

Granquist, S.M. (2009, February). Selarannsóknir við Vatnsnesi í Húnaþingi vestra [Seal research on Vatnsnes peninsula in Húnaþingi vestra]. Poster session at the Hafráðstefna [The Ocean and Marine Organisms Symposium]. Reykjavík, Iceland.

Sigurjónsdóttir, H., Granquist, S.M., & Þórhallsdóttir, A.G. (2009). Félagshegðun hrossa í hópum með stóðhestum [The social behaviour of horses in harems with a stallion]. Poster session at Rannís málþing [The Icelandic Center for Research symposium]. Reykjavík, Iceland.

Granquist, S.M. Sigurjónsdóttir, H., & Þórhallsdóttir A.G. (2009, November). Hafa stóðhestar hamlandi áhrif á samskipti hrossanna innan síns hóps? [Do stallions suppress interactions of their own harem members?]. Poster session at the Líffræðiráðstefna í Öskju [Biological Conference in Askja], University of Iceland, Reykjavík, Iceland.

Granquist, S.M., & Sigurjónsdóttir, H. (2008, April). Do stallions suppress interactions within their own harems? Social relationships in groups of horses with stallions. Poster session at the 4th meeting of ecology and ethology, Toulouse, France.

Sigurjónsdóttir, H., & Granquist, S.M. (2008, August). The effect of horse stallions on social interactions within their own harems. Poster session at the 12th International behaviour ecology congress, Cornell University, Ithaca, USA.