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Ymiskt um føroysku haruna og haruskjóting í Føroyum
The Faroes hare and hare hunting in the Faroe islands
Eyðfinn Magnussen
NVD-Rit 2017:01, p. 1-14, 2017
Written in Faroese | Subject area Science & Technology | Category Report
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Ymiskt um føroysku haruna og haruskjóting í Føroyum

The Faroes hare and hare hunting in the Faroe islands

ABSTRACT (FAROESE): Sjey fylgjandi mánamorgnar í november og desember mánað í 2016 var eitt fast innslag í “Góðan Morgun Føroyar”- sendingunum hjá Kringvarpinum um haru og haruskjóting í Føroyum. Fyrst var ein tekstur um føroysku haruna ella haruskjóting í Føroyum lisin. Aftaná ringdi morgunverturin til Eyðfinn Magnussen, sum er lektari í lívfrøði á Fróðskaparsetrinum, fyri at frætta tað nýggjasta um haruveiðuna, og hvussu hon hevði hilnast. Tað eru teir sjey tekstirnir, sum vórðu lisnir upp í hesum sendingunum, sum standa í hesum hefti. Tann fyrsti teksturin varð lisin 7. november, tann seinasti 19. desember.

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Ymiskt um føroysku haruna og haruskjóting í Føroyum

The Faroes hare and hare hunting in the Faroe islands

KEYWORDS: hare, Lepus timidus, Faroe Islands


Sjáldsamar loppur á føroyskum rottum
Rare fleas on Faroese rats
Eyðfinn Magnussen, Jens-Kjeld Jensen
Frøði, nr. 1 p, 30-33, 2016
Written in Faroese | Subject area Science & Technology | Category Popular Science
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Sjáldsamar loppur á føroyskum rottum

Rare fleas on Faroese rats

ABSTRACT (FAROESE): Rotta eru helst ikki tann skapningurin, sum fólk ynskja sær sum gest. Í flestu førum gerast fólk bangin, tá tey fáa rottur í húsið, og vilja tí sleppa av við tær sum skjótast. Hóast flestu fólk vamlast við henda skapningin, so finnast tað tó fólk, sum gleðiliga taka í móti hesum rottum, sum tey so kunna nýta til vísindaligar kanningar. Høvundarnir til hesa greinina eru tvey tílík fólk.

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Sjáldsamar loppur á føroyskum rottum

Rare fleas on Faroese rats

KEYWORDS: rat, Rattus norvegicus, Faroe Islands, fleas, louse


Haruveiðan í Føroyum 2015
Hunting of hare in the Faroe Islands in 2015
Eyðfinn Magnussen
NVD-Rit 2016:02, p. 1-44, 2016
Written in Faroese | Subject area Science & Technology | Category Technical Report
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Haruveiðan í Føroyum 2015

Hunting of hare in the Faroe Islands in 2015

ABSTRACT: This is the forth yearly census of hares hunted in Faroe Islands. The first census was conducted in 2012. The hunting season is from 2 November to 31 December. The 2015 survey is based on data collected, using the webpage “haran.fo”, created for this purpose. The investigation is based on information from 667 distinct hunting expeditions carried out in 197 outfields covering the most of the Faroe Islands. In the present overview, 4,012 hares are registered shot in the Faroe Islands. Based on this, I estimate the total number of hunted hares in the Faroe Islands in 2015 has been around 4,500 animals, maybe a bit higher, but not more than 5,000 hares. Half of the hares were shot in 36 outfields, and 1,987, i.e. 25% of total, in 13 outfields. In the 20 best hunting fields in the Faroe Islands in 2015, a total of 1,350 hares were shot, corresponding to 34% the hunted hares. The most successful hare-hunters in the Faroe Islands in 2015 were those from the outfield ‘Norðurtriðingi, Norðaripartur’ belonging to the village Sørvágur. In total, they shot 113 hares on 8 trips. In second place were those from ‘Suðurtriðingur – Ytripartur”, also in Sørvági, with 92 hares from 19 trips. Number three were those from ‘Sundshaga’ in village Sandavágura. They got 78 hares on 110 hunting expeditions. However, if hunting statistics is adjusted by number of trips and shots, then the top-3 list changes. Then, the two fields ‘Byrgið’, belonging to the village Kunoy and ‘Bíggjarhaga – Líðarseyður’ belonging to Kaldbak would then be the most successful. In both of these fields a single man shot 7 hares on a single trip. Number three would then be the guys hunting in ‘Inni í Haga - Heimaripartur’ in Funningi, shooting 6.8 hares per gun per day. Overall, 2.36 hares where shot per gun per day in the Faroe Islands in 2015, compared to 3.1 in 2014 and 2.9 in 2013. Most hares were shot on the island Streymoy with a total of 1,612, corresponding to 40% of hunted hares in the Faroe Islands in 2015. On the island Vágar 1,059 hares were shot, on Eysturoy 644 and on the island Borðoy 212 hares. The village Vestmanna on the island Streymoy is, as in the previous years, the place where most hares were shot in 2015. In total, they shot 392 hares on 54 trips, but this is only a third of the hares hunted in 2014, when they shot 1,120 hares on 74 trips. On the first hunting day (2th November) 348 hares were shot in 31 fields. This is 9% of the catch in 2015 and 5% of the trips. On the last hunting day (31st December), a total of 239 hares were shot in 48 fields. On the 636 individual hunting trips in 2015, the hunting success ranged from 0 to 70 hares on each trip. The most common success rate was between 1 and 4 hares on a single day. Over the whole season, 6.23 hares were shot in average on a trip, which is less than in 2014, when in average 8.12 hares were obtained per trip. In 2013 they got 8.2 hares in average on each trip. The number of shooters ranged from 1 to 17 in 2015 per trip. On half of the trips, an average of 2.0 or fewer shooters participated, in 196 cases (31%), the hunter was alone. It is estimated that approximately 800 distinct shooters participated in hare-hunting in the Faroe Islands in 2015. In 2014, 1,200 hunters participated.

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Haruveiðan í Føroyum 2015

Hunting of hare in the Faroe Islands in 2015

ABSTRACT (FAROESE): Hetta er fjórða royndin hjá mær at gera eitt yvirlit yvir, hvussu nógvar harur verða skotnar í Føroyum. Fyrsta royndin var gjørd í 2012. Í yvirlitinum eru tilsamans 4.012 harur skrásettar at vera skotnar í Føroyum í 2015. Út frá hesum meti eg, at samlaða talið av harum, sum vórðu skotnar í Føroyum í 2015, hevur verið umleið 4.500, kanska eitt sindur hægri, men ikki meira enn 5.000 harur. Kanningin byggir á tøl frá tilsamans 636 harutúrum í 197 hagapørtum kring landið. Helvtin av harunum vórðu skotar í 36 hagapørtum, av hesum vórðu 1.987 harur, tað er 25 %, skotnar í 13 hagapørtum. Í 20 teimum bestu haruhøgunum, fingu teir tilsamans 1.350 harur, sum er 34% av samlaðu veiðuni í Føroyum í 2015. Raskastir at skjóta harur í Føroyum í 2015 vóru teir í hagapartinum “Norðurtriðingi, Norðaripartur” í Sørvági, eisini nevndur “Norðurtriðingur - Uttanfyri Ánna”. Teir skutu tilsamans 113 harur, sum teir fingu á 8 túrum. Teimum á baki, vóru teir í “Suðurtriðingur – Ytripartur”, eisini í Sørvági, við 92 harum á 9 túrum. Á triðja plássi vóru harumenninir í Sundshaga í Sandavági, við 78 harum á 10 túrum. Verður hædd tikið fyri, hvussu nógvir túrar vórðu gingnir í hvørjum haga og hvussu nógvir skjúttar vóru við hvønn túrin, broytist úrslitið. Eftir hesum útrokningarháttinum, lá best fyri í hagapørtunum “Byrgið” í Kunoy og “Bíggjarhaga - Líðarseyður” í Kaldbak . Í báðum hesum høgunum varð bara skotið tann eina dagin, har ein einsamallur maður fekk 7 harur. Á triðja plássi vóru teir, sum skutu í “Inni í Haga - Heimaripartur” í Funningi, við 6,8 harum pr. byrsu pr. dag. Fyri alt landið vórðu skotnar 2,36 harur pr. byrsu hvønn dagin. Hetta er munandi minni enn í 2014, tá veiðan var 3,1 harur pr. byrsu hvønn dagin og eisini minni enn í 2013, tá miðalveiðan var 2,9 harur pr. byrsu hvønn dagin. Flest harurnar vórðu skotnar á Streymoynni, íalt 1.612 harur, sum er 40% av samlaða talinum av harum, sum vórðu skotnar í Føroyum í 2015. Í Vágum skutu teir 1.059 harur, í Eysturoynni 644 og á Borðoynni 212 harur. Vestmanna er, eins og undanfarin ár, tann bygdin í Føroyum, har flestu harurnar vórðu skotnar í 2015. Tilsamans skutu vestmenningar 392 harur á 54 túrum, men hetta er bert ein triðingur av tí, sum teir fingu í 2014, tá vestmenningar skutu 1.120 harur á 74 túrum. Fyrsta dag, loyvt var at skjóta haru, var mánadagin 2. november. Hendan dagin fingu teir tilsamans 348 harur, sum vórðu skotnar í 31 hagapørtum kring landið. Hetta er 9% av samlaðu haruveiðuni í 2015 og 5% av samlaða túratalinum. Seinasta dag vórðu skotnar 239 harur í 48 høgum. Á teimum 636 harutúrunum, sum vórðu gjørdir í 2015, var veiðan millum 0 og 70 harur hvønn túrin. Vanligast var at fáa 1 til 4 harur á einum túri. Í miðal vórðu 6,23 harur skotnar á hvørjum túri, sum er eitt sindur minni enn í 2014, tá miðalveiðan var 8,12 harur pr. túr. Í 2013 var miðalveiðan 8,2 harur pr. túr. Talið av skjúttum á hvørjum harutúri í 2015 var millum 1 og 17. Helvtin av túrunum vóru teir 2 ella færri skjúttar á hvørjum túri. 196 ferðir (31%) var bert ein maður og skeyt. Mett verður, at í 2015 skutu einir 800 ymiskir mans harur í Føroyum. Hetta er nógv minni enn í 2014, tá 1.200 mans skutu harur í Føroyum.

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Haruveiðan í Føroyum 2015

Hunting of hare in the Faroe Islands in 2015

KEYWORDS: Hare, Lepus timidus, Faroe Islands, Hunting


Characterizing Population Differentiation and Genetic Variation in Candidate Genes in Mountain Hare Populations with Distinct Coat Color Phenotypes.
Miranda,I., Ferelo,L., Hackländer,K., Magnussen,E., Reid,N., Montgomery,W.I., Alves,P.C., Fereira,J.M.
Poster, 2016
Written in English | Subject area Science & Technology | Category Conference Paper
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Characterizing Population Differentiation and Genetic Variation in Candidate Genes in Mountain Hare Populations with Distinct Coat Color Phenotypes.

ABSTRACT: Conclusions and Future Perspectives MC1R, ASIP and TYR do not seem involved in the genetic mechanisms that cause different coat color phenotypes in the mountain hare, although we cannot exclude that some of the detected variants may be linked, even if loosely, with the causative mutation. Upcoming studies should include high throughput approaches, scanning the genome for associations with the trait of interest, since these are more efficient and complete methods that would maximize the possibility of uncovering the genetic basis of phenotype variation.

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Characterizing Population Differentiation and Genetic Variation in Candidate Genes in Mountain Hare Populations with Distinct Coat Color Phenotypes.

KEYWORDS: Coat Color, Phenotypes, Genetic Variation, Mountain Hare, Lepus timidus, Faroes Islands


Migration and behaviour of the Faroe Plateau cod
, Katharina Maj Ottosen, Martin Wæver Pedersen, Sólvá Káradottir Eliasen, Petur Steingrund, Eyðfinn Magnussen, Till Soya Rasmussen
Poster, presented at the NorMER Annual Meeting, 28-30 September, Stockholm, 2015
Written in English | Subject area Science & Technology | Category Conference Paper
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Migration and behaviour of the Faroe Plateau cod

KEYWORDS: Cod, migration, Faroe Plateau, Data logger


Haruveiðan í Føroyum 2014 - og annað tilfar um føroysku haruna
Hunting of hare in the Faroe Islands in 2014 - and other information on Faroese hare
Eyðfinn Magnussen
NVD-Rit 2015:01, p. 1-75, 2015
Written in Faroese | Subject area Science & Technology | Category Technical Report
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Haruveiðan í Føroyum 2014 - og annað tilfar um føroysku haruna

Hunting of hare in the Faroe Islands in 2014 - and other information on Faroese hare

ABSTRACT: This is the third census of hares caught in Faroe Island during the hunting season, from 2 November to 31 December. The first census was conducted in 2012. The survey is based on data collected, using a Facebook-group named “Hare hunting in the Faroe Island”, created for this purpose. The group has around 2,000 members. After a hunting expedition, a participant reports the ‘Date’, ‘Name of the respective outfield’, ‘Number of hares hunted’ and ‘Number of shooters participated’. The reporting is based voluntary participation. Then the data is transfered into a database, used for analyzing of the data. The investigation is based on information from 1,123 distinct hunting expeditions carried out in 348 different outfields covering the most of the Faroe Islands. In the present overview, 9,318 hares are registered shot in the Faroe Islands in 2014. Based on this, I estimate the total number of hunted hares in the Faroe Islands in 2014 has been around 9,400 animals. Assuming half of the hare population is being hunted each year the total number of hares in the Faroe Islands was around 20,000 in 2014. Half of the hares were shot in 47 outfields, and 2,323, i.e. 25% of total, in16 outfields. In the 20-best hunting fields in the Faroe Islands 2014, they shot in total 2,664 hare, corresponding to 29% of all hare hunted in 2014. The most successful hare-hunters in the Faroe Islands in 2014 were those from the outfield ‘Úti í Haga á Bjørgum’ belonging to the village Vestmanna. In total, they shot 214 hares on 11 trips. In second place were those from ‘Norðurtriðingi, Norðara parti’ in Sørvági, with 202 hares from 14 trips. Number three were those from ‘Neshaga’ also in village Vestmanna. They got 202 hares on 14 hunting expeditions. However, if hunting statistics is adjusted by number of trips and shots, then the top-3 list changes. The field ‘Fyri Norðan’, belonging to the village Hvannasund, would then be the most successful. In this field a single man shot 11 hares on a single trip. Number two would then be the guy hunting in ‘Skarðhamri’ also in Hvannasundi, shooting 10.6 hares per gun per day. Number three were those from the field ‘Dúvugarðarhaga, Niðanfyri Glyvur’, belonging to the village Saksun, with 9.7 hares per gun per day. Overall, 3.1 hares where shot per gun per day in the Faroe Islands in 2014, compared to 2.9 in 2013. Most hares were caught on the island Streymoy with a total of 3,924, corresponding to 42% of hunted hares in the Faroe Islands in 2014. On the island ‘Vágar’ 1,893 hares were shot, on ‘Eysturoy’ 1,415 and on the island ‘Borðoy’ 840 hares. The village Vestmanna on the island Streymoy is, as in the previous years, the place where most hares were caught in 2014. In total, they shot 1,120 hares in the 12 outfields belonging to this village. On the first Saturday in the hunting season (8th November) 1,703 hare were caught in 103 fields. This is 18% of the catch in 2014 and 13% of the trips. On the last hunting day (31st December), a total of 256 hares were shot in 47 fields. On the 1,123 individual hunting trips in 2014, the catches ranged from 0 to 66 hares on each trip. The most common catches were between 1 and 4 hares on a single day. Over the whole season, 8.12 hares were shot in average on a trip, which is slightly less than in 2013, when an average of 8.2 hares were obtained per trip. The number of shooters ranged from 1 to 17 in 2014 per trip. On half of the trips, an average of 2.0 shooters participated, in 337 cases (30%), the hunter was alone. It is estimated that approximately 1,200 distinct shooters participated in hare-hunting in the Faroe Islands in 2014.

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Haruveiðan í Føroyum 2014 - og annað tilfar um føroysku haruna

Hunting of hare in the Faroe Islands in 2014 - and other information on Faroese hare

ABSTRACT (FAROESE): Hetta er triðja royndin at gera eitt yvirlit yvir, hvussu nógvar harur verða skotnar í Føroyum. Fyrsta royndir var gjørd í 2012. Í yvirlitinum eru tilsamans 9.318 harur skrásettar at vera skotnar í Føroyum í 2014. Út frá hesum meti eg, at samlaða talið av harum, sum vórðu skotnar í Føroyum í 2014, hevur verið umleið 9.400. Siga vit, at helvtin av harustovninum verður skotin á hvørjum ári, so var samlaði føroyski harustovnurin í 2014 einar 20.000 harur. Kanningin byggir á tøl frá tilsamans 1.123 harutúrum, sum vórðu gingnir í 348 hagapørtum kring landið. Av samlaðu veiðuni, ið var 9.318 harur, varð helvtin skotin í 47 hagapørtum, av hesum vórðu 2.323 harur, tað er 25 %, skotnar í 16 hagapørtum. Í 20 teimum bestu haruhøgunum, har flestar harur vórðu skotnar í 2014, fingu teir 2.664 harur tilsaman, sum er 29% av samlaðu veiðuni í Føroyum í 2014. Raskastir at skóta harur í Føroyum í 2014 vóru teir ‘Úti í Haga á Bjørgum’ í Vestmanna. Teir fingu tilsamans 214 harur á 11 túrum. Teimum á baki komu teir í ‘Norðurtriðingi, Norðaraparti’ í Sørvági, við 203 harum, sum teir skutu á 14 túrum. Á triðja plássi vóru teir í Neshaga, eisini í Vestmanna. Teir skutu 202 harur, sum teir fingu á 14 túrum. Verður hædd tikið fyri, hvussu nógvir túrar vórðu gingnir í hvørjum haga og hvussu nógvir skjúttar vóru við hvønn túrin, broytist úrslitið. Eftir hesi útrokning, lág best fyri í hagapartinum “Fyri Norðan” í Hvannasundi. Í hesum haganum varð bara skotið tann eina dagin, har ein einsamallur maður fekk 11 harur. Næstir vóru teir á Skarðhamri í Hvannasundi, teir fingu í miðal 10,6 harur pr. byrsu pr. dag. Á triðja plássi vóru teir, sum skutu í “Dúvugarðarhaga, Niðanfyri Glyvur” í Saksun, við 9,7 harum pr. byrsu pr. dag. Fyri alt landið vórðu skotnar 3,1 harur pr. byrsu hvønn dagin. Í 2013 var veiðan 2,9 harur pr. byrsu hvønn dagin. Flest harurnar vórðu skotnar á Streymoynni, íalt 3.924 harur, sum er 42% av samlaða talinum av harum, sum vórðu skotnar í Føroyum í 2014. Í Vágum skutu teir 1.893 harur, í Eysturoynni 1.415 og á Borðoynni 840 harur. Vestmanna er, eins og í 2012 og 2013, tann bygdin í Føroyum, har flestu harurnar vórðu skotnar í 2014. Tilsamans skutu vestmenningar 1.120 harur í teimum 12 haruhøgunum, sum hoyra til bygdina. Fyrsta leygardag í harutíðini vórðu skotnar tilsaman 1.703 harur í 103 høgum kring landið. Hetta er 18% av samlaðu haruveiðuni í 2014 og 7% av samlaða túratalinum. Seinasta dag vórðu skotnar 256 harur í 47 høgum. Á teimum 1.123 harutúrunum, sum vórðu gjørdir í 2014, var veiðan millum 0 og 66 harur hvønn túrin. Vanligast var at fáa 1 til 4 harur á hvørjum túri. Í miðal vórðu 8,12 harur skotnar á hvørjum túri, sum er eitt vet minni enn í 2013, tá miðalveiðan var 8.2 harur pr. túr. Talið av skjúttum var millum 1 og 17 á hvørjum harutúri í 2014. Helvtin av túrunum vóru 2,0 skjúttar við í miðal, 337 ferð (30%) var bert ein maður og skeyt. Mett verður, at í 2014 skutu einir 1.200 ymiskir mans harur í Føroyum.

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Haruveiðan í Føroyum 2014 - og annað tilfar um føroysku haruna

Hunting of hare in the Faroe Islands in 2014 - and other information on Faroese hare

KEYWORDS: Hare, Lepus timidus, Faroe Islands


Yvir 1.200 mans skutu harur í Føroyum í 2014
More than 1,200 shooters participated in the hare-hunting in the Faroes Islands in 2014
Eyðfinn Magnussen
Sosialurin, 11. mars, 2015
Written in Faroese | Subject area Science & Technology | Category Popular Science
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Yvir 1.200 mans skutu harur í Føroyum í 2014

More than 1,200 shooters participated in the hare-hunting in the Faroes Islands in 2014

ABSTRACT (FAROESE): Tilsamans skutu teir 9.400 harur á 1.123 túrum í 348 hagapørtum kring landið. Raskastir vóru vestmenningar. Hetta kann lesast í nýggju frágreiðingini: »Haruveiðan í Føroyum 2014 og annað tilfar um føroysku haruna«, sum júst er útkomin

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Yvir 1.200 mans skutu harur í Føroyum í 2014

More than 1,200 shooters participated in the hare-hunting in the Faroes Islands in 2014

KEYWORDS: Hare, Lepus timidus, Faroe Islands


Facebook var nøglen til indsamling af data for den færøske harejagt
Facebook was key to collecting data for the Faroese hare hunt
Eyðfinn Magnussen
Jagt & Jægere, 2015
Written in Danish | Subject area Science & Technology | Category Popular Science
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Facebook var nøglen til indsamling af data for den færøske harejagt

Facebook was key to collecting data for the Faroese hare hunt

ABSTRACT: The hare hunting season in the Faroe Islands is over for now. In total, 9,318 hares were shot on 1 123 hunting trips in 348 fields. In the best hunting field, 214 hares were shot on the trip and on the best hunting trip, 8 hunters got 66 hares. However, the most common yield on a trip was one to four. The hunting statistic shows that there are big differences among the different hunting areas, where 25% of all of the hares were shot in 5% of the areas.

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Facebook var nøglen til indsamling af data for den færøske harejagt

Facebook was key to collecting data for the Faroese hare hunt

ABSTRACT (FAROESE): Harejagten på Færøerne er slut i denne omgang. Ialt blev der nedlagt 9.318 harer, som blev skudt på 1.123 ture i 348 jagtområder. I det bedste jagtområde blev der skudt 214 harer, og på den tur, hvor der blev skudt flest harer, fik 8 jægere 66 harer. Det mest almindelige udbytte var dog en til fire harer pr. tur. Tallene viser, at der er stor forskel på de forskellige jagtområder, hvor 25 % af alle harerne blev skudt i 5 % af områderne.

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Facebook var nøglen til indsamling af data for den færøske harejagt

Facebook was key to collecting data for the Faroese hare hunt

KEYWORDS: Hare, Lepus timidus, Hunting, Facebook, Faroe Islands


Borgervidenskab på Færøerne hjælper både jægerne og dyrene
Eyðfinn Magnussen
Videnskab.dk, 2015
Written in English | Subject area Science & Technology | Category Popular Science
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Borgervidenskab på Færøerne hjælper både jægerne og dyrene

ABSTRACT: How do you obtain hunting figures in a country where there are no official hunting statistics? Citizen Science is the key.

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Borgervidenskab på Færøerne hjælper både jægerne og dyrene

ABSTRACT (FAROESE): Hvordan anskaffer man nøgletal for jagt i et land, hvor der ikke findes en officiel jagtstatistik? Borgenvidenskab er svaret.

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Borgervidenskab på Færøerne hjælper både jægerne og dyrene

KEYWORDS: Hare, Lepus timidus, Faroe islands, Citizen Science


Citizen Science in the Faroe Islands: Helps both hunters and animals
Eyðfinn Magnussen
ScienceNordic, 2015
Written in English | Subject area Science & Technology | Category Popular Science
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Citizen Science in the Faroe Islands: Helps both hunters and animals

ABSTRACT: How do you obtain hunting figures in a country where there are no official hunting statistics? Citizen Science is the key.

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Citizen Science in the Faroe Islands: Helps both hunters and animals

KEYWORDS: Hare, Lepus timidus, Faroe Islands, Citizen Science


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