Norwegian Institute for Nature Research (NINA) is an independent foundation for nature research and research on the interaction between human society, natural resources and biodiversity. We are 290 employees divided between the main office in Trondheim and departments in Tromsø, Bergen, Lillehammer and Oslo.
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Puffin hunting in Iceland gives a unique insight into climate effects
4. June 2021

130 years of catch data show that global warming is contributing to population decline in the world's largest puffin colony.

Seabirds ring the alarm
27. May 2021

Changes in seabird breeding productivity reflect hemispheric differences in ocean warming and human use, and call out the need for policies that reduce the impacts of climate change on the world’s marine ecosystems.