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Erling Johan Solberg

Stilling:    Seniorforsker

 Telefon: +47 934 66 772
 E-post: erling.solberg@nina.no
 Arbeidssted: Terrestrial ecology

Kunnskapsområde

Populasjonsøkologi, bevaringsøkologi, bestandsovervåking, telemetri, populasjonsdynamikk, livshistoriestrategier, hjortedyr, elg, spurvefugl.

Nøkkelkvalifikasjoner

Major research experience includes: Research in population ecology of cervids (moose, roe deer, red deer and reindeer), particularly related to management topics. Research in population dynamics of fragmented populations of house sparrows, in relation to current conservation biological problems.

Utdanning
  • 1998: Dr. scient. (PhD) in Ecology at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway.
  • 1991: Cand. scient. (M.Sc.) in Zoology (Behavioural Ecology) at the University of Trondheim, Norway.
  • 1986: Høgskolekandidat i Natur og Miljøvernfag (a College degree in nature conservation, three years) at the Regional College of Telemark, Norway.

Arbeidserfaring
  • 2001-present: Senior Research Scientist, NINA
  • 2002-2003 - Research co-ordinator: Unit for wildlife ecology, NINA
  • 2003- lecturer at 2 courses in ecology at the University of Science and Technology in Trondheim
  • 2002- leader of the secretariat of the 5th International Moose Symposium at Hafjell, Norway
  • 2001- employed 5 weeks as visiting professor at the University of Lyon (Université Lyon)
  • 2000- Lecturer at a wildlife management course at the College of Nord-Trøndelag
  • 2000- Lecturer at several courses in moose management arranged by 'Skogbrukets kursinstitutt' .
  • 1999- Lecturer at a wildlife management course at the College of Nord-Trøndelag
  • 1998- Supervising M. Sc. students in Zoology
  • 1998- Lecturer at a course in wildlife management arranged by 'Skogbrukets kursinstitutt' .
  • 1996- Lecturer at several meetings arranged by local wildlife management institutions and hunting associations.
  • 1995- Referee in a number of scientific journals (Ecology, Ecography, Wildlife Biology, Mammalia, Fauna Norwegica, Journal of Mammalogy, Alces, Behavioural ecology and Sociobiology, Ethology, Wildlife Biology, Ecology, Ecography)
  • 1995- Research ecologist, NINA. Studying population dynamics in moose with main focus on sustainable harvesting strategies.
  • 1995- Research ecologist, NINA. Monitoring the demographic development in seven selected Norwegian moose populations.
  • 1992-1995 Dr.scient.-student on the NINA-project; ‘Genetical effects of population fragmentation'
  • 1993- Assistant lecturer, Institute of Zoology, University of Trondheim. Behaviour ecology.

Kurs mm

• 2000: Three-day course in immobilisation of wild animals. • 1998: Three-day course in Laboratory Animal Science. • 1993: Two weeks course: ‘Ecology and management of tropical biodiversity: The Guanacaste Conservation Area pilot project' in Costa Rica. • 1990: One week course in Sexual selection theory at the University of Uppsala, Sweden.

Språkkunnskaper

English (excellent), German (fair)

Internasjonale arbeidsforhold

Norway, Costa Rica, Tanzania, France

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