| FNI PROJECTS
Drivers of Change in Circumpolar Tundra Ecosystems
The main elements of the TUNDRA project are the
Crossdisciplinary analyses aimed to
identify drivers of change in circumpolar tundra ecosystems.
Understanding how governance and socio-economic conditions
are drivers of ecosystems states and services.
Devise spatial approaches to draw statistical inferences of
the relationships between drivers, ecosystem changes and services on multiple
spatial scales and in diverse contexts.
design based on governance-based contrasts in anthropogenic drivers that link
ecology and social sciences.
Impacts of land use,
pollution and resource exploitation on circumpolar tundra ecosystems.
Comparative analyses between Norway, Canada, USA and
The project is led by the University of Tromsø, with FNI
responsible for providing legal advice during the design of various parts of
the project and legal assessments on the basis of data generated by and
analyses carried out within the project.
> More information on the TUNDRA
Project leader at FNI:
Ole Kristian Fauchald
Environmental Impacts of Mining in Norway'. Nordic Environmental Law
Journal, No 1, 2014, pp 53-65.
Research Council of Norway,