Ecology and Natural Resource Management

The Department of Ecology and Natural Resource Management (INA) has several major areas of study. It combines research on, and education in, fundamental biology and ecology, renewable energy, nature-based tourism, natural resource management and forestry.


If you are interested in climate change or the need for renewable energy, forest inventory and management, limnology, fish or wildlife, or nature-based tourism - INA is the place for you.


Urban birds are not smarter than birds living in the countryside


Monday October 17, the leader of the Scandinavian Brown Bear Project, professor Jon Swenson, will talk about Swedish bear management the past 70 years.
On Friday, October 7, 2016, will Dejene Assefa Hagos defend his PhD thesis: "Modeling integration of renewable energy sources into Inland Norway energy system".
The dept. has sent out a call for a permanent position as associate professor/professor in wood technology. To prospectives are invited to hold trial lectures. ...

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Julie Percival (29) finished her Master’s Degree in Ecology in 2014. She is now working as an Information Advisor at the Department of...

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