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Monitoring and modelling of influent patterns, phase distribution and removal of 20 elements in two primary wastewater treatment plants in Norway

Julia Farkas, Fabio Polesel, Marianne Kjos, Patricia Almeida Carvalho, Tomasz Ciesielski, Xavier Flores-Alsina, Steffen Foss Hansen, Andy M. Booth
2020 Science of the Total Environment  
, the third largest city in Norway.  ...  monitoring and modelling approaches to investigate concentrations, influent patterns, size distribution and removal of 20 elements for the two primary WWTPs (Ladehammeren, LARA; Høvringen, HØRA) serving Trondheim  ...  Materials and methods WWTP description Trondheim is the third largest city in Norway.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.138420 pmid:32304967 fatcat:pz2223o6hbhjdmspbtjnkvndm4

Animals as instruments of Norwegian imperial authority in the interwar Arctic

Peder Roberts, Dolly Jørgensen
2016 Journal for the History of Environment and Society  
During the first half of the twentieth century a number of individuals in Norway participated in the transfer of animals from both the Arctic to the Antarctic regions and vice versa.  ...  " the fauna of discrete habitats, but also expressions of Norwegian authority over the polar regions at a time when imperial ambitions in both the Arctic and Antarctic had significant traction within Norway  ...  Figure 3 : 3 The relocated penguins in route from the Antarctic islands to Røst in June 1938 making a brief stop in Trondheim, Norway.  ... 
doi:10.1484/j.jhes.5.110829 fatcat:3kkxahiefrct3icebc5uvv2bl4

Comparison of geophysical methods for sub-surface mapping of faults and fracture zones in a section of the Viggja road tunnel, Norway

Guri Venvik Ganerød, Jan Steinar Rønning, Einar Dalsegg, Harald Elvebakk, Kristin Holmøy, Bjørn Nilsen, Alvar Braathen
2006 Bulletin of Engineering Geology and the Environment  
With cooperation and advanced use of methods, cost efficiency and reduction in in-situ problem solving may be reached.  ...  Ph.D. thesis, Department of Earth Science, University of Bergen, Norway, pp 210.  ...  L H Blikra, the Gelogical Survey of Norway.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10064-006-0041-6 fatcat:wbmwdks3g5bvpbzl3zjwciqsga

Population characteristics predict responses in moose body mass to temporal variation in the environment

2006 Journal of Animal Ecology  
Trondheim, Norway; and *NORUT IT AS, N-9291, Tromso, Norway Summary 1.  ...  This project was funded by the Directorate for nature management and the Research Council of Norway (programs NORKLIMA and Changing Landscapes).  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1365-2656.2006.01138.x pmid:16922846 fatcat:tg6txuklqna45oic7jf7eeht24

Indigenous Peoples and the Environment: Convergence from a Nordic Perspective

Lawrence Watters
2002 UCLA Journal of Environmental Law and Policy  
Conflicts involving indigenous peoples and the environment require special efforts to advance common interests.  ...  In the Selbu case, the Supreme Court dealt with a conflict over Sami reindeer herding on private land in central Norway near Trondheim. 8 6 Preceded by a series of earlier cases that created ambiguity,  ...  . 3 6 These examples of leadership have much in common with the links between environment, culture and rights and the status of the Sami.  ... 
doi:10.5070/l5202019389 fatcat:qu7xf3blcnhmnn2sb6fqshkype

Supportive indoor environments for functional play in ECEC institutions: a strategy for promoting well-being and physical activity?

Ole Johan Sando, Ingar Mehus
2019 Early Child Development and Care  
The physical environment in Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) institutions provide children with possibilities for play.  ...  This study describes a physical environmental intervention aiming to increase the possibilities for functional play in the indoor environment, and its influence on children's well-being and physical activity  ...  ., is an Associate Professor at the Department of Sociology and Political Science at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim, Norway.  ... 
doi:10.1080/03004430.2019.1651305 fatcat:p7x4udg6fnfz5gpx7lqmmpzpdi

Harvested fish stocks in a changing environment

JM Durant, G Ottersen, NC Stenseth
2013 Marine Ecology Progress Series  
This work is associated with the IMBER regional program, Ecosystem Studies of Sub-Arctic Seas (ESSAS).  ...  This work is associated with the IMBER regional program, Ecosystem Studies of Sub-Arctic Seas (ESSAS). D.O.H. was funded by the RCN (No. 200497, ADMAR).  ...  The programming environment R was used for all statistical analyses (R Development Core Team 2010).  ... 
doi:10.3354/meps10314 fatcat:gj476jorwfesjk34gd35rh7jcy

Norwegian Political Science at 60

Jonathon W. Moses
2008 PS: Political Science and Politics  
After establishing the voter-research program with Rokkan in 1957, Valen continued to direct the program until 1985, producing a long series of influential books and analyses on voter behavior in Norway  ...  The result is an impressive collection of electoral research data and a stable full of researchers trained in advanced statistical techniques.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1049096508210656 fatcat:7a3x7y4ttrhwjocioucqbavoyy

Interdisciplinary Team Interactions in Stroke Units: Can Team Dynamics Influence Patient Outcomes from a Clinician's Perspective

Julie Bernhardt
2014 International Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation  
Evidence from meta-analyses of randomised controlled trials suggests not all SUs perform equally with one hospital in Trondheim, Norway outshining others in terms of better patient outcomes.  ...  Semi-structured interviews were conducted with clinical staff from each SU (Australia n=4; Norway n=3) using purposeful selection.  ...  , Norway, which has been considered the 'benchmark' due to the outcomes achieved; the second, one of the longest established (approx 1986) and largest metropolitan SUs in Melbourne, Australia.  ... 
doi:10.4172/2329-9096.s3-007 fatcat:jf5lgocyu5dw5acjw7lr7n52cu

The Nordic Health Economists' Study group (NHESG) 35 years

Terkel Christiansen
2014 Nordic Journal of Health Economics  
In Norway SINTEF Research (Oslo and Trondheim) does health economics research as part of the health services research.  ...  In 2007, the Health Economics Program (HEP), was established as a result of the six-year program funded by the Swedish Council for Working Life and Social Research (FAS).  ... 
doi:10.5617/njhe.963 fatcat:4bgxwyoawzcs3i6lkvefz7kwwa

Hooked on a New Technology: The Automation Pioneers in Post-War Norway

Stig Kvaal
2009 Modeling, Identification and Control  
initiated by a small group of servo enthusiasts who, through the Feedback Control Committee in the research council, managed to coordinate national activities and establish strong research groups in Trondheim  ...  This paper presents the initial activities in servo engineering in Norway originating in the early 1950s based on contacts at the Massachusets Institute of Technology.  ...  Andersen (1986) .  ... 
doi:10.4173/mic.2009.3.1 fatcat:bzwndmrq5jhvfkiir43unspv4m


Tore Amble
2000 Proceedings of the sixth conference on Applied natural language processing -  
The paper describes a natural language based expert system route advisor for the public bus transport in Trondheim, Norway.  ...  In spring 1999, the BusTUC was finally adopted by the local bus company in Trondheim ( A/S Trondheim Trafikkselskap), which set up a server ( a 300 MHz PC with Linux).  ...  This is done by a production system called Pragma, which acts like an advanced rewriting system with 580 rules.  ... 
doi:10.3115/974147.974148 dblp:conf/anlp/Amble00 fatcat:osipj3sdmzce7bdgvoefqcbo5i

Map fragmentation in two- and three-dimensional environments

Homare Yamahachi, May-Britt Moser, Edvard I. Moser
2013 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
that three-dimensional space is represented by a mosaic of neural map fragments, each covering a small area of space in the plane of locomotion, receives support from studies in complex two-dimensional environments  ...  , Norway.  ...  , Norway.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x13000605 pmid:24103625 fatcat:yizukbxq7zezhnidhlaobldn6q

Depositional environment and age determination of oils and condensates from the Barents Sea

Benedikt Lerch, Dag Arild Karlsen, Reinert Seland, Kristian Backer-Owe
2016 Petroleum Geoscience  
umbrella of the Barents Sea Consortium at the University of Oslo, financed by NORECO, Lundin, and RWE-Dea with partnership also to Wintershall and Conocophillips and affiliations to UNIS at Svalbard and NPD Norway  ...  Geological Survey of Norway, Trondheim, 134pp. Fig. 14 : 14 Map of the study area showing the distribution of petroleums related to their ages.  ...  ., 1986; Nøttvedt et al., 1993) .  ... 
doi:10.1144/petgeo2016-039 fatcat:s2tbb47ulrh5tccdhn6v4h6xmq

Status of contaminated marine sediments in four Nordic countries: assessments, regulations, and remediation approaches

Alizée P. Lehoux, Karina Petersen, Matti T. Leppänen, Ian Snowball, Marianne Olsen
2020 Journal of Soils and Sediments  
Results and discussion We found that the extent of assessment surveys and the implementation of sediment remediation actions vary between the countries, with Norway the most advanced.  ...  Purpose Since the 1960s, pollution of the marine environment has been observed around the world, and a general awareness of the potential environmental hazards from contaminants arose.  ...  In Oslo harbor, Trondheim, and Sandefjord in Norway, a protecting capping layer was applied after dredging (Miljødirektoratet 2006; Pettersen 2014 ).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11368-020-02594-3 fatcat:5nz7vsr6grc43eobpxhe2lb5hy
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