SHORTCUTS

Restoration Ecology

Research on and implementation of restoration in aquatic and terrestrial habitats

Environmental DNA

Mapping species diversity in ecosystems using water and soil samples

Pink salmon

Monitoring the distribution of pink salmon in Norway

Acoustic monitoring

Revolutionizing the monitoring of biological diversity

Wild Salmonids

Monitoring populations and ecosystems 

Ecosystem Services

Monitoring populations and ecosystems 

FEATURED ARTICLES
Field report from Hornøya
14. June 2022

How bird-ringing can be used to determine lethal effects of marine stressors.

How to predict the foraging habitat of European shags
18. May 2022

Human activity in the coastal zone is increasing worldwide, including Norway. Aquaculture, kelp harvesting, fisheries, increasing boat and ship traffic present sources of disturbance and pose a variety of potential threats to seabirds.

Changes in ocean temperatures contribute to a puffin population decline
16. February 2022

By using a more than 100-year-old record of a puffin Fratercula arctica chick harvest on Iceland, researchers have found a relationship between ocean temperatures and production of puffin chicks.

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The Norwegian Institute for Nature Research (NINA) is Norway’s leading institution for applied ecological research, with broad-based expertise on the genetic, population, species, ecosystem and landscape level, in terrestrial, freshwater and coastal marine environments.

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