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Editor-in-chief SINTEF:
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Editor SINTEF:
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Reporters: Svein Tønseth and Christina Benjaminsen

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Tel: +47 73 59 53 21
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Reporters: Anne Sliper Midling, Lisa Olstad, Synnøve Ressem and Hege Tunstad.


Translation and English editing:
Hugh Allen, Stewart Clark and Nancy Bazilchuk.

 

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The secrets of Little grey birds

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Listen to the house sparrow.

Published april, 2012

 

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Researchers at NTNU's Centre for Conservation Biology (CCB) have studied large populations of house sparrows for a long time to determine how species adapt to a changing environment.

The goal is to understand how ecological processes – such as climate change – affect evolutionary changes in sparrows. CCB has now become an international centre for the analysis of evolutionary ecology data. The Centre recently received a NOK 20 million grant from the EU to study these issues in a variety of animal species all over the world.

 

 

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