The TUNDRA team met in Sommarøy (Northern Norway) for a Workshop on 1st-4th May 2014.
The Workshop met researchers from the Arctic countries involved in TUNDRA (Alaska, Canada, Norway and Russia). Participants had 4 intensive days sharing their progress and discussing the way forward for TUNDRA.
Vera Hauser held a presentation with the title Environmental changes and local resource use in circumpolar tundra areas on February 20th at the Center for Sami Studies in the University of Tromsø.
The leader of TUNDRA, Dr. Vera Hausner, presented some results from interviews from Norway, Russia and Alaska at the Thematic day on Ecosystem Services launched in Framcenter (Tromsø, Norway) on the 31st of October, 2013.
Per Fauchald presented the work on the management of provisional services in the Arctic.
Find the presentation on the following link: Hausner_Arctic Ecosystem Services
Three TUNDRA contributions at EcoSummit in Ohio:
1) The importance, management and status of harvested animals in the arctic tundra ecosystems
2) Impact of human use and grazing on tundra vegetation state: A large scale comparative remote sensing study
3) Poster presentation: Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research, High North Department
TUNDRA researcher Margrethe Aanesen: presenting at the Kvinneforskningsmaraton 2011
When: Saturday September 24, 15:20
Where: 2 etasje, Kafe G, downtown Tromsø
Abstract: Determinants of sustainability in socio-ecological systems: a natural experiment
By Vera Helene Hausner, Oran Young, Konstantin Klokov, Richard C. Stedman, Per Fauchald.
Prepared for: Resilience 2011. Resilience, innovation, and sustainability: navigating the complexities of global change. 12-15 March 2011, 2nd International Science and Policy Conference, University of Arizona, Tempe, Arizona, USA.
The chair of TUNDRA Vera Hausner attended the Environment 2015 conference February 15th 2011 presenting analyzes of socio-ecological systems in tundra regions. The presentation was a warm-up before the talk of Ellinor Ostrom, the Nobel Laureate in Economic Sciences.