Involved from Niva (9)
Aase Jeanette Kvanneid
Andrew Luke King
Leah Amber Jackson-Blake
Magnus Dahler Norling
Coastal foodscapes – a place-based perspective on heritage rooted in coastal ecosystems (FOODCOAST)
In the FOODCOAST project we investigate the cultural heritage dimensions of food and the relationships between the food producers, their resources and the ecosystems that they depend on.
From Catchment to Coast (C2C)
How are northern ecosystems affected by climate change, and how do different ecosystems affect each other? This 5-year Fram Centre research program aims to provide critical new knowledge related to: (1) Cross-ecosystem climate change impacts; and (2) How to best integrate cross-ecosystem linkages into cohesive management approaches.
Research sections (1)
The section employs observational, experimental, and modeling approaches to further our understanding of physical, chemical, biological, and biogeochemical processes and services of the marine environment.