Blog post: EGU general assembly in Vienna

Blog post: EGU general assembly in Vienna

Written by: Dagmar Henner, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, UK In April 2017, I went to Vienna, Austria, to hold an oral presentation at the EGU General Assembly 2017 about the “Whole System analysis for Bioenergy Crops and their Impact on Ecosystem Services in...
4 more years!

4 more years!

IRSAE is pleased to announce that we have been awarded 4 more years of funding from the Research Council of Norway! This means more collaboration, courses, discussions and workshops between the different partner institutions in the near future, creating more...
Reorganization of IRSAE: themes

Reorganization of IRSAE: themes

We are reorganizing IRSAE somewhat,  into smaller and more functional working groups, to facilitate discussions and exchanges of ideas among PhD candidates within similar sub-fields of applied ecology. The themes reflect what the PhD candidates in the network identify...
New course! Adaptive Ecological monitoring

New course! Adaptive Ecological monitoring

Course title: Adaptive Ecological Monitoring ECTS credits: 7.5 Dates: 24 -28 April 2017, 09:00-18:00 (every day) Location of course: Campus Evenstad, Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences Main lecturers: Kjartan Østbye and Olivier Devineau (both from Evenstad)...
Blog report: AniMove Fundamentals course in Germany

Blog report: AniMove Fundamentals course in Germany

Written by Paola Semenzato, from Fondazione Edmund Mach, Italy. The purpose of the trip was to attend the course “AniMove – Animal Movement and remote sensing for conservation” (www.animove.org), organized by the Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research...
Doctoral defence in Biology

Doctoral defence in Biology

Camilla Capelli is defending her PhD in Biology 7th April 2017, at the University of Florence, Department of Biology, Florence (Italy). Thesis title: Toxin-producing cyanobacteria in the large lakes south of the Alps: detection of new producers and molecular...
Doctoral defence in Wildlife Management

Doctoral defence in Wildlife Management

Obeid Mahenya will defend his PhD Friday 3rd March in wildlife management and conservation, at the Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Applied Ecology and Agricultural Sciences, Campus Evenstad. The thesis is titled: “Browsing by giraffe in...
Course: Ethics, Nature ans Society

Course: Ethics, Nature ans Society

The students are to increase their knowledge of concepts, theories and models in ethics relevant for elaborating moral issues in an interdisciplinary field of science. The course provides an overview of key concepts, theories and models relevant for exploring ethical...