Institute full name:

Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research

Institute acronym:

NIBIO

Institute profile:

The main areas of competence of NIBIO are linked to food quality and safety, agriculture and rural development, environmental and water protection and natural resources management. NIBIO has a staff of about 500. The R&D activities of NIBIO are organised in seven research divisions, located in different regions of Norway. NIBIO encompasses a wide range of competence within natural sciences, with long traditions in field- and laboratory-based experimental studies. This includes also the development and application of various tools and models for management- and policy support linked to agriculture and environment.

Institute website

www.nibio.no

Address

NIBIO
Land USe

Fred. A.
Dahlsvei 20

1430

Ås, Norway

 

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Involved Personnel

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Dr. Jannes Stolte

Tel: +47 974 04 696

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Head of division Land use and Management, Fundamental and applied research on watershed management
and hydrology, participating in and coordinating large (inter)national multi- disciplinary research projects.

 

Dr. Lillian Øygarden

Tel: +47 916 84 113

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Senior research scientist within soil physics, soil erosion, watershed management. Experience with monitoring programmes of runoff from agricultural areas. Coordination NIBIO "Climate research".. Coordination Norwegian consortium in the EU project MACSUR: Modelling European Agriculture with climate change for food security.

 

Dr. Sigrun Kværnø

Tel: +47 926 43 599

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Soil scientist, with
her main research interests being soil physics/soil hydrology, flow and
transport pathways for particles and nutrients and hydrological modeling.

 

Kamilla Skaalsveen

Tel: +47 988 22 515
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Researcher at NIBIO

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