Dr Maria Włodarska-Kowalczuk (IO PAN)

Prof. Hans Petter Leinaas (UiO)

Prof. Dag Olav Hessen (UiO)

Dr Martin-A. Svenning (NINA)

Dr Paul Renaud (APN NIVA)

Dr Sławomir Kwaśniewski (IO PAN)

Joanna Pawłowska (IO PAN)

Prof. Jan Marcin Węsławski (IO PAN)

Dr Katarzyna Błachowiak-Samołyk (IO PAN)

Barbara Górska (IO PAN)

Dr Piotr Kukliński (IO PAN)

Dr Joanna Legeżyńska (IO PAN)

Mikołaj Mazurkiewicz (IO PAN)

Joanna Piwowarczyk (IO PAN)

Anna Stępień (IO PAN)

Emilia Trudnowska (IO PAN)

Dr Marek Zajączkowski (IO PAN)

Krzysztof Zawierucha (Uniwersytet Poznański)

Kristian Alfsnes (UiO)

Magdalena Łącka (IO PAN)

Instytucje Partnerskie:

IO PAN -Instytut Oceanologii Polskiej Akademii Nauk

Uniwersytet w Oslo (UiO)

Akvaplan-niva (APN)

Norweski Instytut Badań Przyrody (NINA)

MWK Norweski Instytut Badań Przyrody (NINA) is Norway’s leading institution for applied ecological research and a key research institute in Europe. NINA perform short and long-term research and commissioned applied research to facilitate the implementation of international conventions, decision-support systems, and management regulations. It also performs consultancies for industry and management authorities, and we work to enhance public awareness and to promote conflict resolution.
NINA has well equipped laboratories and research facilities at nine locations in Norway. The institute offers broad-based ecological expertise covering the genetic, population, species, ecosystem and landscape level, in terrestrial, freshwater, and coastal marine environments. NINA's activities are focused on environmental research emphasizing the interaction between human society, natural resources and biodiversity.
The institute’s research in the natural and social sciences, and its collaborative networks in Norway and abroad, enable it to provide management agencies, industry and civil society with top-notch information and advisory services on all aspects of natural resource management and the sustainable use of renewable resources.

NINA office in FRAM - High North Research Centre for Climate and the Environment building in Tromsø (wikipedia commons)

View of the Museum Polaria in Tromsø (wikipedia commons)