Naturhistorisk museum (kart)
Sars' gate 1
Ti millioner arter finner vi i verden, fra små, encellede organismer til blåhvalen, som er så stor at bare tungen kan veie like mye som en elefant. Hvor kommer de alle fra?
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This july, Metteline D. Larsen defended her Master thesis, titled "Changes after 25 years of abandonment in semi-natural hay meadows in Svartdal, SE Norway - a re-analysis".
The ISOP group investigates taxonomy, systematics and phylogeny of vascular plants, algae and fungi. We are particularly interested in selected groups of African monocotyledons (Bjorå and Stedje), lichenized fungi (Timdal), fungi (Bendiksby) and microalgae (Eikrem).
Time and place: Sep. 14, 2018 9:00 AM - Sep. 20, 2018 5:00 PM, Field station at Lake Baikal, Russia
The GEco group aims to integrate biological, ecological and geological knowledge, as well as the varying effects of human influence on nature.
The development of "Nature in Norway" (NiN) is a long-term project with the aim of documenting and further developing knowledge about Norwegian natural variation. NiN is a framework that can be used tp map ecosystems for many purposes. The development of NiN was initiated in 2005 by the Norwegian Biodiversity Information Centre, which also provides financial support for the project.