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02.05.2016

PhD on tourism and reindeer at the University of Stirling/NINA

A funded PhD project is available in the Conservation Science Group at the University of Stirling, UK, exploring the links between tourism and wild reindeer in Norway in the context of climate and land use change.
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Photo Slovenian Forestry Institute, Department of Forest and Landscape Planning and Monitoring.
17.03.2016

Norway and Slovenia joining forces in beaver management

GoForMura continues with the project activities. Some of the actions are dedicated to beaver population and his habitat in the pilot area of Murska š...
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Fulmars (Fulmarus glacialis) spend most of their time on the open sea, where they feed on fish, crustaceans and other food near the surface. Thus, they can easily confuse litter with food. Photo: Tycho Anker-Nilssen / NINA.
17.02.2016

Fulmars contaminated more by food than microplastics

Contrary to previous belief, new research from NILU and NINA has shown that microplastics are not a significant source of environmental pollutants in...
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