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Conversation about Kolsås’ geology & nature conservation management with Associate Professor of Applied Ecology at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences Katrine Eldegaard at KiF Cabin, Kolsås. Organised by Black Box Theatre in cooperation with The Mountain Body project.
Katrine is Associate Professor of Applied Ecology at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences. She is also a member of the Norwegian Scientific Committee for Food and Environment’s panels for Alien Organisms and Trade in Endangered Species (CITES). Her research group works on the impacts of human activity on natural ecosystems (birds, mammals, insects, plants), ranging from behavioural responses to community and landscape-level responses. Since 2017 she has been the leader of project SCANDBAT, which includes studies of spatial movements, habitat use and diet of bat species in southeast Norway. From 2020, she will also be studying the impacts of wind farms on bats.