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NINA Centre for Biodiversity Genetics

Restoration Ecology

Research on and implementation of restoration in aquatic and terrestrial habitats

Monitoring

Monitoring biodiversity and ecosystem change

Pink salmon

Monitoring the distribution of pink salmon in Norway

Wild Salmonids

Monitoring populations and ecosystems 

Ecosystem Services

Monitoring populations and ecosystems 

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Large-scale mapping shows Salmon lice push sea trout towards crisis
26. February 2024

Salmon lice from aquaculture poses massive threat to wild sea trout populations, as researchers develop approach vital for prioritizing management measures.

Weather radars reveal where birds migrate
12. February 2024

Radars that are used to report the weather also provide valuable insight into which migratory routes birds use. For the first time this tool will be used to map bird migration in Norway.

New calculator for peatland volume and carbon stock
23. January 2024

NINA researchers have developed a calculator for local peatland volume and carbon stock, providing decision-makers with the necessary knowledge to limit carbon emissions from soil.

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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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