Research topic

Grazing damage issues

Ingunn Tombre

Geese, behavioural and population ecology, reproduction ecology, agricultural conflicts, goose hunting, effects of grazings, population monitoring, adaptive co-management processes, management plans, climate change effects, tundra ecology


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Arne Follestad

Population ecology, behavioural ecology, monitoring (time-series), coastal ecology. Geese, seabirds. Environmental impact analysis. During recent years, major assignments have included ecological studies on population dyna-mics and management actions (hunting regimes, agricultural conflicts between farmers and geese) related to the Greylag Geese and other geese, and environmental effects of large wind-mill farms planned along the Norwegian coast. Major experience also covers seabird studies connected to their breeding biology, mapping of seabird distribution inshore and at open sea, by-catch of seabirds in fish nets, consumption of discards from fisheries (EU-project), environ-mental impact analysis of offshore petroleum activities, and oil spill contingency planning.
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Vebjørn Veiberg

  • Population ecology of cervids (especially red deer and Svalbard reindeer), particularly in relation to management topics.
  • Ungulate population monitoring.
  • Investigation of ungulate life-history strategies in relation to tooth wear.
  • Ecological consequences of climate change
  • Wildlife responses to human disturbance

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Zander Venter

Remote sensing (satellite and aerial), vegetation ecology, ecosystem services, pollution, GIS


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Torkild Tveraa

My main research focus is on population dynamics, demography and life history strategies. In this framework, I focus on the links between food limitation, climatic variation and predation.


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