Background and activities
I have a background in population ecology from the Department of Biology at NTNU, with a focus on the effects of climate and density on population dynamics in Svalbard reindeer.
Currently I’m affiliated as a PhD candidate at the Centre for Biodiversity Dynamics (CBD) at NTNU. My research will focus on effects of climate and harvest on Svalbard reindeer population dynamics and genetics with relevance for management of large herbivores.This will be part of SUSTAIN – “Sustainable management of renewable resources in a changing environment: an integrated approach across ecosystems”, which is in close collaboration with Centre for Ecological and Evolutionary Synthesis (CEES) at University of Oslo (UiO), CBD at NTNU and Department of Arctic and Marine Biology at University of Tromsø (UiT).
I enjoy field work in remote areas, and have experience with reindeer and seabirds on Svalbard, as well as humpback whales and kangaroos in Australia. Some of my interests are population dynamics, population genetics, species interactions, R, biotelemetry, conservation and management.
Scientific, academic and artistic work
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- (2017) Climate and density dependence cause changes in adult sex ratio in a large Arctic herbivore. Ecosphere. vol. 8 (2).
- (2016) Kjønnsdiskriminerende klima. Villreinen.
- (2016) I svalbardreinens fødestove. Villreinen.
- (2013) Tetraploids do not form cushions: association of ploidy level, growth form and ecology in the High Arctic Saxifraga oppositifolia L. s. lat. (Saxifragaceae) in Svalbard. Polar Research. vol. 32.
- (2014) Effects of Climate and Animal Density on Adult Sex Ratio Variation in a Large Herbivore. 2014.