Research topic

Horizon 2020

Duncan John Halley

Ecology, behavioural ecology, conservation management, ecological resoration, reintroduction biology, sustainable harvesting. Feasibility studies. Project planning and implementation, both in Norway, developing countries, and the Far East
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David Barton

Environmental impact assessment (EIA), natural resource damage assessment (NRDA), non-market valuation of environmental impacts, environmental and economic risk analysis, decision-support systems and analysis, water resource economics, integrated water resource modelling and management.
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Graciela Monica Rusch

Wide research interests on plant sciences, specifically on functional ecology, ecosystem function and ecological processes related to land-use, herbivory and the maintenance and management of biological diversity. Extensive international experience including research and consultancy projects in Europe, North America, South and Central America, and East Africa. Experience of project coordination including a number of international projects (Research Council of Norway and EU). A number of these projects are cross-disciplinary with components of ecology/biology and social/economic sciences. The work related to the projects have comprised own research, supervision of MSc and PhD students, consultancy and project coordination activities.
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Erik Framstad

Main scientific experience covers population and habitat ecology of small mammals in boreal forests and mountain ecosystems. Applied research and consultancy work includes studies and assessments of boreal forest ecology, protected areas, ecological effects of agriculture and forestry on species and ecosystems, environmental impact assessments of infrastructure development projects, development of indicators for biodiversity, and monitoring of terrestrial biodiversity.

Main administrative experience covers management of NINA's research department in Oslo, as well as coordination of terrestrial ecological monitoring and major research projects and programmes on boreal forests or cultural landscapes.


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