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Norwegian Institute for Nature Research
Høgskoleringen 9
7034 Trondheim

 +47 73 80 14 00

 firmapost@nina.no

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Norwegian Institute for Nature Research
Postboks 5685 Torgarden
7485 Trondheim

Electronic invoice (EHF) to be sent to org.nr 950 037 687. Ordering persons resource number (5 digits) in reference field.

Email address for invoice: faktura@nina.no

Departments

Aquatic biodiversity

The department for aquatic biodiversity is located in Trondheim.

Postal address:

P.O. Box 5685 Torgarden
NO-7485 Trondheim
Norway

Visiting address:

Høgskoleringen 9
7034 Trondheim
Norway 

Phone: +47 73 80 14 00
E-mail: firmapost@nina.no

Research Director: Ingeborg Palm Helland

Assisting Research Director: Tonje Aronsen

Salmonid fishes

Postal address:

P.O. Box 5685 Torgarden
NO-7485 Trondheim
Norway

Visiting address:

Høgskoleringen 9
7034 Trondheim
Norway 

Phone: +47 73 80 14 00

E-mail: firmapost@nina.no

Research Director: Ingebrigt Uglem

Assisting Research Director: Anne Kristin Jøranlid

NINAs Salmonid Fishes department is located in Trondheim, and focuses on both wild salmonids and aquaculture. Our research on wild salmonids embraces all life stages, both in freshwater and in the ocean, and includes basic and applied research within ecology, behaviour, genetics, life history and physiology.

Our core research within aquaculture addresses environmental effects of salmon farming related to salmon lice, escape of farmed fish and impacts on other nature-based industries, in addition to fish welfare. The department contributes significantly to national surveillance programs and is a central knowledge provider for environmental management. Sustainable use of areas and management of ecosystems and species in coastal waters are also central research areas.

Terrestrial ecology

Postal address:

P.O. Box 5685 Torgarden
NO-7485 Trondheim
Norway

Visiting address:

Høgskoleringen 9
7034 Trondheim
Norway

Phone: +47 73 80 14 00

E-mail: firmapost@nina.no

Research Director: Svein-Håkon Lorentsen

Assisting Research Director: Bente Rønning

The terrestrial ecology department is located in Trondheim, and monitors populations and demographic parameters in deer, Arctic fox, seabirds and geese, as well as animal health. We also study area use of deer and seabirds, and have specialized knowledge of mountain, forest, wetland, coastal and polar ecosystems. We operate two bird radars in research on effects of renewable energy (wind power) and powerlines on birds. Consulting and impact assessments on effects of various interventions in nature are key disciplines. The department is responsible for NINA’s animal welfare unit.

Terrestrial biodiversity

Postal address:

P.O. Box 5685 Torgarden
NO-7485 Trondheim
Norway

Visiting address:

Høgskoleringen 9
7034 Trondheim
Norway

Phone: +47 73 80 14 00

E-mail: firmapost@nina.no

Research Director: Signe Nybø

Assisting Research Director: Jørgen Rosvold


Rovdata

Postal address:

P.O. Box 5685 Torgarden
NO-7485 Trondheim
Norway

Visiting address:

Høgskoleringen 9
7034 Trondheim
Norway

Phone: +47 73 80 16 00

E-mail: rovdata@rovdata.no

Manager: Jonas Kindberg

Rovdata is an independent supplier of monitoring data and population figures for lynx, wolverine, brown bear, wolf and golden eagle in Norway. We are an independent unit, with its own leader and staff, in the Norwegian Institute for Nature Research (NINA).

NINA Tromsø

Postal address:

Norwegian Institute for Nature Research (NINA)
FRAM – High North Research Centre for Climate and the Environment
PO Box 6606 Langnes
NO-9296 Tromsø
Norway

Visiting address:

FRAM – High North Research Centre for Climate and the Environment 
Hjalmar Johansens gate 14
Tromsø

Phone: +47 77 75 04 00

Research Director: Cathrine Henaug

NINA Oslo

Postal- and visiting address:

Norwegian Institute for Nature Research (NINA)
Sognsveien 68
NO-0855 Oslo
Norway

Phone: +47 43 80 14 00

Research Director: 
Kristin Thorsrud Teien

Assisting Research Directors:
Tor Atle Mo

Audun Ruud

NINA Lillehammer

Postal- and visiting address:

Norwegian Institute for Nature Research (NINA)
Fakkelgården
NO-2624 Lillehammer
Norway

Phone: +47 73 80 14 00

Research Director: 
Jon Museth

We use multidisciplinary approaches to explore human interactions with their natural environment, and how to best address the relevant managerial challenges.

Our strength lies in our disciplinary expertise and cooperation with local stakeholder groups including individual users, communities, managers, policymakers, businesses and industry.

Research areas:

  • Developing effective measures and tools in nature management
  • Value creation based on nature and natural resources
  • Investigating the dynamics of and interactions within socio ecological systems

NINA Bergen

Postal- and visiting address:

Norwegian Institute for Nature Research (NINA)
Thormøhlensgate 55
NO-5006 Bergen
Norway

Phone: +47 73 80 14 00

E-mail: firmapost@nina.no

Research Director: 
Bente Rønning

Norwegian Institute for Nature Research

NINA is an independent foundation for nature research and research on the interaction between human society, natural resources and biodiversity.
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