Norwegian reindeer herds boosted by climate change
Faculty research has shown that climate change is not threatening the reindeer of the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard.
Instead, the long-term study indicates that the population is thriving due to rising temperatures.
A Faculty team led by Dr Jonathan Codd and Nathan Thavarajah assisted with this summer’s reindeer census, finding that numbers had risen by 30%.
Read more about the study.