Research topic

Radio tracking of mammals

Bjørnar Ytrehus

veterinarian, [PhD], Dipl ECZM/European Veterinary Specialist Zoological Medicine (Wildlife Populaton Health)
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John Odden

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Jenny Mattisson

Spatial and behavioural ecology, predator-prey interactions, human-wildlife conflicts
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Christer Moe Rolandsen

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Erling Johan Solberg

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.
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Olav Strand

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Roy Andersen

  • Hileting, registrering og dokumentasjon av jerv og fjellrev.
  • Kadaverdokumentasjon på sau og tamrein.
  • Telemetri (bruk, opplæring og tilpassing av spesifikasjoner).
  • Overvåking av villrein (bl.a struktur- og kalvetellinger)
  • Feltarbeid under krevende forhold (vinter og sommer)
  • Planlegging, styring, koordinering m.m. av feltarbeid
  • Databehandling (Word, Excel, Access, Arcview (GIS) m.m)
  • Samarbeid og koordinering bl.a med Fjelltjenesten, SNO m.fl.
  • Selvstendig arbeid

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Ole-Gunnar Støen

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Bram Van Moorter

spatial ecology
animal space use and movement

- socio-ecological systems
- agent-based modeling
- adaptive management


In my research I aim to develop theory to support applied problems. As Kurt Lewin (social psychologist) famously said: "There is nothing as practical as a good theory."

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My past research has primarily focused on the study of animal space use and movements in relation to environmental heterogeneity. For this work I have combined formal theoretical developments with the analysis of large spatial data sets.

In my current work is an increasing emphasis on the explicit linkage of spatial ecological processes with human activities and the mitigation thereof to support ongoing ecosystem functioning. As part of the "Renewable Reindeer"-project, we are evaluating the effects of human infrastructures on habitat loss and fragmentation through graph-based connectivity measures.



In the adaptive management of human land use in protected areas.

I pursue further integration of ecological and societal dynamics in a Socio-Ecological Systems framework using approaches from Ecosystem Services and Environmental Psychology.

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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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Manuela Panzacchi

movement ecology, spatial ecology, GPS data, habitat selection, ungulates, carnivores, human-wildlife conflicts, sustainable development, adaptive management, reindeer
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Geir Rune Rauset

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