Haraldur Einarsson


Haraldur Einarsson


Short Bio

Haraldur Einarsson has worked at the Marine Research Institute (MRI) since 1992, first as a researcher and from 2001 as a specialist in fish capture and fish behaviour related to fishing gear.   He holds a BSc in Biology from the University of Iceland (1992), and Cand.Sci in Fishery Biology from the University of Bergen, Norway (2001).

Haraldur's main focus in work are gear selectivity and functionality of commercial fishing gears. He has been an active member of ICES/FAO WGFTFB since 2003. He has served on many domestic and international research surveys, including a NORAD-FAO project on board in the research ship “DR Fridtjof Nansen” off of west Africa (1998-2004).


  • MSc, , Marine Research Institute,