• Bringing large mammals back: large carnivores in Europe 

      Boitani, Luigi; Linnell, John Durrus (Chapter, 2015)
      The last century has seen a dramatic reversal in the status of large carnivores in Europe. A suite of co-occurring factors has permitted a large-scale recovery of most populations. We currently recognise 10 populations of ...
    • Challenges to ecosystem service valuation for wealth accounting 

      Grimsrud, Kristine; Lindhjem, Henrik; Barton, David Nicholas; Navrud, Ståle (Chapter, 2018)
    • Den skjulte styringen 

      Skogen, Ketil; Ruud, Audun; Krange, Olve (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Lately, we have seen several overt attempts from politicians and corporate interests to steer research in the directions they prefer. However, such attempts are always met with outrage and resistance, and they lead to ...
    • Does lack of evolvability constrain adaptation? If so, on what time scales? 

      Voje, Kjetil L.; Grabowski, Mark; Holstad, Agnes; Porto, Arthur; Tsuboi, Masahito; Bolstad, Geir Hysing (Chapter, 2023)
      The relevance of genetic constraints for evolutionary change beyond microevolutionary timescales is debated. The high evolvability of natural populations predicts rapid adaptation, but evolvability is often found to correlate ...
    • Eutropia: Integrated Valuation of Lake Eutrophication Abatement Decisions Using a Bayesian Belief Network 

      Barton, David N; Andersen, Tom; Bergland, Olvar; Engebretsen, Alexander; Moe, S. Jannicke; Orderud, Geir I; Tominaga, Koji; Romstad, Eirik; Vogt, Rolf D (The Routledge handbook pof Applied System Science;, Chapter, 2016)
      The term “integrated valuation” is defined and its relevance is discussed in terms of bridging the gap between cost-effectiveness analysis and economic valuation in the implementation of the European Union Water Framework ...
    • Genetics of brown bears in northern Europe 

      Kopatz, Alexander (Chapter, 2023)
      From the dawn of wildlife genetics, brown bears in Scandinavia have been studied using molecular genetic methods and hence have been substantial in the development of these methods, which are now the gold standard in ...
    • Matens meglere. Kontroll, kvalitet og kunnskap i den industrielle matens tid 

      Finstad, Terje; Kvaal, Stig; Stokland, Håkon B.; Østby, Per (Book, 2022)
      Hvordan kan vi stole på at maten vi kjøper i butikken ikke gjør oss syke? Etableringen av institusjoner, lover og kontrollsystemer som sikrer oss at maten er trygg, er resultatet av en lang og sammensatt historisk prosess. ...
    • Norge trenger et overvannsgebyr – muligheter og utfordringer 

      Seifert-Dähnn, Isabel; Furuseth, Ingvild Skumlien; Riise, Elin; Barton, David Nicholas (Chapter, 2022)
      With the changing climate, more extreme precipitation events are expected in Norway, and thus good stormwater management becomes more and more important. The Norwegian White Paper on stormwater in cities and towns1 proposes ...
    • Presenting Conclusions from Assessed Evidence 

      Sutherland, William J.; Amano, Tatsuya; Boenisch, Nicolas; Cheng, Samantha H.; Christie, Alec P.; Godfray, Hugh Charles Jonathan; Grainger, Matthew; McLean, Angela R.; Morgan, William H.; Ockendon, Nancy; Randall, Nicola; Sahlin, Ullrika; White, Thomas B. (Others, 2022)
      Applying evidence builds on the conclusions of the assessment of the evidence. The aim of the chapter is to describe a range of ways of summarising and visualising different types of evidence so that it can be used in ...
    • «… så korrupte at jeg har ikke ord!» – Hets og sjikane i forskning 

      Myklebust, Norunn Sæther (Chapter, 2019)
      Myklebust, Norunn Sæther. «… så korrupte at jeg har ikke ord!» – Hets og sjikane i forskning. I: Interessekonflikter i forskning. Cappelen Damm Akademisk 2019 ISBN 978-82-02-58817-5. s. 215-230 Critical feedback is an ...
    • Stien i endring 

      Vistad, Odd Inge (Chapter, 2021)
      The trail is the most important helping measure in friluftsliv (i.e. outdoor recreation or OR), mainly since walking in the neighborhood or local forest is the most frequent friluftsliv activity. Historically, trails were ...
    • Transforming Practice: Checklists for Delivering Change 

      Amano, Tatsuya; Bako, Longji; Best, Marina; Boenisch, Nicolas; Boersch-Supan, Philipp; Browne, Des; Buckley, Yvonne M.; Burgman, Mark; Cadotte, Marc W.; Cheng, Samantha H.; Canessa, Stefano; Christie, Alec P.; Citegetse, Geoffroy; Cook, Carly N.; Cooke, Steven J.; Cranston, Gemma; Dicks, Lynn V.; De la Luz, Angelita; Dickson, Iain; Downey, Harriet; Eklund, Johanna; Esmail, Nafeesa; Ferraro, Paul J.; Field, Alison; Fisher, Martin; Freckleton, Robert; Frick, Winifred F.; Godfray, Hugh Charles Jonathan; Grainger, Matthew; Green, Rhys E.; Hancock, Mark; Hemming, Victoria; Hughes, Jonathan; Irvine, Robyn; Jackson, Hazel A.; Keller, Kaylene E.; Koricheva, Julia; Latrémouille, Charles; McBride, Marissa; McLean, Angela R.; McPherson, Tom; Morgan, William H.; Muir, Matt; Mukherjee, Nibedita; O’Brien, David; Ockendon, Nancy; Parks, Danni; Petrovan, Silviu; Quinzin, Maud; Randall, Nicola; Rezaie, Ali Mohammad; Roe, Dilys; Rose, David; Rumpff, Libby; Sahlin, Ullrika (Others, 2022)
      Delivering a revolution in evidence use requires a cultural change across society. For a wide range of groups (practitioners, knowledge brokers, organisations, organisational leaders, policy makers, funders, researchers, ...
    • Tundra greenness 

      Epstein, H.; Bhatt, U.; Raynolds, M.; Walker, D.; Forbes, B.; Phoenix, G.; Bjerke, Jarle W.; Tømmervik, Hans; Karlsen, Stein Rune; Myneni, R.; Park, T.; Goetz, S.; Jia, G. (Chapter, 2018)
    • Økt legitimitet til konsekvensutredninger i Norge – Kan økt bevissthet om organisering og endrede roller styrke tilliten til ordningen? 

      Aas, Øystein (Chapter, 2019)
      This essay problematizes roles in environmental impact assessments (EIAs), with the Norwegian EIA regulations as the outset for discussions about trust, legitimacy and quality in EIAs. While Norwegian regulations formerly ...