Tales from the field

The global pandemic is still restricting lots of our fieldwork, and we have to cancel unfortunately another batch of work planned in northern Norway, but not all of it is going down the drain.


PhD-student Ronja, for example, is having great successes in her experiment in the mountains of central Norway: lots of high-anticipated germination of tiny seedlings, many temperature loggers recovered, ànd the beautiful mountain views that save the soul and are such a critical part of a mountain ecologists’ life.


The lichen-rich mountain vegetation of central Norway, backdrop of a large part of Ronja’s PhD work

Happy to share this success, and looking forward to the results coming out of this!

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Digging up temperature loggers! So tiny, yet holding rows and rows of important data.

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