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Prøveforelesning - MSc Charlotte Teresa Weber

Where: Store auditorium (E-101)
When: 27.06.19 10:15

Disputas - MSc Charlotte Teresa Weber

Where: Store auditorium (E-101), NFH-bygget
When: 27.06.19 12:15

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Planning together works better

Through marine spatial planning Scotland can better manage its seas and coasts, especially if done transparently and collaboratively.


Two talks at NFH: complex systems and (de) constructing futures Welcome to two presentations organised by the SimFish project, the BRIDGE research group at NFH, and the European Social Simulation Association Special Interest Group on Social Simulation and Serious Games.

Kick-off meeting for a new EU project BFE and its partners from Tromsø celebrated on Thursday the start of a new European Union (EU) funded project about marine resource management. The Norwegian College of Fishery Science has been involved until now in 12 EU projects and FarFish is the last one added to the family. The objective of this project is to improve the knowledge about fisheries management outside Europe and among the partners of FarFish there are Brazil, Cap Verde, Mauritania, Morocco, Senegal and Seychelles.

The new book on small-scale fisheries is ‘too big to ignore’ Svein Jentoft (The Norwegian College of Fisheries Science) and Ratana Chuenpagdee (Memorial University) release an 800-page book titled “Interactive governance for small-scale fisheries: global reflections”, published by Springer.

Marine angling tourism in Northern Norway – a case study This dissertation is the study of the governance challenges and societal conflicts that have surfaced as a result of the growing popularity of marine angling tourism in Northern Norway.

MSc Maria-Victoria Solstrand, NFH - defended 17. December publicly to the PhD Degree in Social Sciences the dissertation: "Marine tourism fisheries - Challenges of governance and governability - Northern Norway as a case study"


Nytt samarbeid med chilensk universitet Den 27.november, 2014 ble universitetsavtalen (MoU) mellom UiT og Universidad de Concepción (UdeC) i Chile høytidelig underskrevet og overrakt professor Bjørn Hersoug ved Norges Fiskerihøgskole. En stor begivenhet med hele rektoratet tilstede, etterfulgt av en fem timers lang middag. Hersoug har ivret for denne avtalen for å ha en mulig satsplanke for et nærmere samarbeid med Chile.