Arktisk og marin biologi
Researcher working with the development of the Climate-Ecological Observatory for Arctic Tundra (KOAT - http://www.aminor.org/coat), an observation system for detection, documentation, understanding, and actions upon climate impacts on arctic tundra ecosystems. Leader of the small rodent module and Co-leader of the socio-ecological system monitoring module in KOAT.
Responsible for KOAT-Russia to develop collaboration with Russian tundra monitoring sites.
Project coordinator in the terrestrial Flagship of the Fram Centre (http://www.framsenteret.no/forskning.303869.no.html)
Klima-økologisk observatorie for Arktisk Tundra (KOAT; http://www.aminor.org/coat) KOAT is a system for long-term adaptive ecosystem monitoring based on food-web theory which aims at detecting, documentating and understanding climate impacts on arctic tundra ecosystems. Leaders: Rolf A. Ims and Audun Stien
Monitoring of tundra ecosystems on Yamal
Monitoring project related to KOAT where we aim at establishing sister observatories in the Russian Arctic to monitore the impacts of climate change on terrestrial Arctic ecosystems.
Student exchange for future ecosystem based monitoring in the Arctic tundra, a project financed by The Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Education (SIU) 2015-2016.
TUNDRAschoolnet, a dissemination project which aims at promoting curiosity and interst of schollchildren in tundra regions for tundra ecology and the consequences of climate change
Arctic Predators as Indicators for tundra ecosystem state, a project in the frame of the International Polar Year, which is part of the cluster ArcticWOLVES. The main aim of the project is to investigate whether predators and their diet can be used as indicators to monitor changes in structure and functioning of terrestrial arctic ecosystems.
for å lese mer se http://www.arctic-predators.uit.no/.
TUNDRA, a project which investigates how socio-economic conditions interact with governance to determine the impact of direct drivers on the tundra ecosystem, how these drivers affect ecosystem state and ecosystem services to the resident population.
for å lese mer se http://tundra.uit.no/
TUNDRAscape: Analyzing the effect of human uses and climate on tundra ecosystems by
remote sensing - A project financed by the terrestrial flagship of the Fram Centre.
TUNDRA schoolnet в России:
Пока сайт нашего проекта не готов, материал для проекта доступен на этом сайте, справа наверху. Вы можете скачать протокол для наблюдения с автоматическими камерами, а также два доклада, которые мы читали на встрече с учителями из Варангера и Териберки 21-22.02.2012.
The R-script Fatsim, which allows investigating the effect of lipid extraction on the results of stable isotope mixing models through simulations, can be downloaded by clicking on the link in the right margin of this page. It is accompanied by a manual, which helps to use the script properly. The script and its use is described in Tarroux A, Ehrich D, Lecomte N et al. (2010) Sensitivity of stable isotope mixing models to variation in isotopic ratios: evaluating consequences of lipid extraction. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, DOI: 10.1111/j.2041-210X.2010.00033.x
The R-script AFLPdat contains a series of function to perform simple analyses with AFLP data and write input files for several commonly used programs in population genetics an phylogeography. It can be downloaded by clicking on the link in the right margin of this page. It is accompanied by a manual, which helps to use the script properly and explains what the different functions do. This script is described in Ehrich D (2006) AFLPdat: a collection of R functions for convenient handling of AFLP data. Molecular Ecology Notes 6: 603-604.
The R-script Structure-sum-2009 contains a series of function to summaries runs performed with the software STUCTURE. It can be downloaded by clicking on the link in the right margin of this page. It is accompanied by a manual, which helps to use the script properly and explains what the different functions do.