Hunting mysterious environmental toxins
PFAS is a group of environmental toxins which have been observed in almost every organism and every ecosystem in the entire world, including humans. But nobody really understands how they enter the body.
What happens when the forest turns black?
For several years running, the birch forest moth has been wreaking havoc on vast areas of mountain birch forest in the Northern Norway. Scientists are now trying to find out what happens when the moth has eaten its fill.
Less thicket and more crows are not good for ptarmigan
A marked decline in the numbers of willow ptarmigan shot in Northern Norway is not proof of hunters being poorer shots. Less thicket and more crows must take some of the blame for a declining population.
The last place you’d expect a kittiwake to want to live
An industrial plant has become the number one most desirable place of residence for black-legged kittiwakes. Totally unexpected to both scientists and the plant’s owners, the Statoil company.