The arctic fox project

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The arctic fox project

The Swedish Arctic fox project (Fjällrävsprojektet) is a research group in ecology at Stockholm University who study the demography and genetics of the arctic fox as well as its interactions with other species in the mountain tundra ecosystem. The Swedish Arctic Fox Project is funded by research grants, funds form companies and private individuals besides being part of larger EU projects. Examples of such EU projects were Felles fjellrev I and II which was a conservation and monitoring program in colaboration with the county board administration in Jämtland, Västerbotten, the countys of Sør Trøndelag, Nord Trøndelag and Nordland as well as Norsk institutt for naturforskning (NINA) the Norwegian Environment Agency and the World wildlife fund, WWF.

At the moment The Swedish Arctic Fox Project is a part of an EU funded Interreg-project which is a collaboration between Stockholm University, Norrbotten county board administration, Norsk institutt for naturforskning (NINA) and Metsähallitus (Finland).

 

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Head of Department: Bengt Karlsson

Deputy Head of Department: Linda Laikre

Head of Division:
Ecology: Niklas Janz
Ethology: Niclas Kolm
Functional Morphology: Emily Baird
Population Genetics: Linda Laikre
Systematics: Ulf Jondelius