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Bishop Gunnerus as a naturalist: His impact on biodiversity research today
Bishop Gunnerus started his work as naturalist as soon as he arrived in Trondheim. In a pastoral letter to his clergymen he instructed them to collect specimens and information on natural history in their parishes. ...
Det Kongelige Norske Videnskabers Selskab - en 1700-tallshistorie fra Trondheim
(Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2010)
Norges eldste vitenskapelige selskap ble stiftet i Trondheim i 1760 etter initiativ av biskop Johan Ernst Gunnerus. Han hadde studert i København, Jena og Halle og kom til Trondheim med sin europeiske bakgrunn. Selskapet ...
Ved KHMs prosjekter har digital dokumentasjon blitt en norm (f.eks. Gjesvold 2004; Samdal 2005; Njøs 2010). E6-prosjektet Gudbrandsdalen har brukt forskjellige digitale metoder for innmåling, dokumentasjon og analyse, og ...
Archaeology and biology in the deep sea: The Ormen Lange marine archaeology project
This paper presents the results and conclusions of a biological sampling project on the Ormen Lange deep-water shipwreck site.
Langs elven og ud i fjorden – marinarkæologi i Nidelven, Trondheim
The Nidelven River, which meanders through the centre of Trondheim before flowing into the Trondheim Fjord, has played a vital role in the location, growth and development of the city since its establishment in the 10th ...
This chapter presents the geophysical surveys of Avaldsnes carried out by several actors between 2004 and 2013 and discusses the surveys’ results. An important part of the discussion is a quantitative and qualitative ...
From Soapstone Quarries to Churches: Control, Ownership and Transport Along the Helgeland Coast in North Norway
Several soapstone quarries are found along the coast of Helgeland in north Norway, including some on islands in the mouth of Vefsnfjorden, where there are significant ancient workings. Several medieval stone churches in ...
Tent, hut or house? A discussion on Early Mesolithic dwellings in light of the site Mohalsen 2012-II, Vega, Northern Norway
Our research excavation of the site Mohalsen 2012-II on Vega in Northern Norway presented us with the remains of a pioneer-age dwelling believed to have been in use during the last part of the Early Mesolithic period, c. ...