Eric Stavney reports on aquariums in Seattle and Bergen, Norway, and their plans to expand in various ways, including education and research.
Author: Eric Stavney
Eric Stavney writes about the legend of Prillar Guri’s lur and the part she played in the Battle of Kringen against the Scots in Gudbrandsdal.
Eric Stavney reviews the new translation by Tiina Nunnelly of Theodor Kittelsen’s book Troll Magic, originally published as Troldskab in 1892.
Eric Stavney shares photographs and
stories from his visit to the open-air Norsk Folkemuseum (Norwegian Museum of
Cultural History) in Oslo.
Manolin uses big data and artificial intelligence to predict the infection risk of sea lice in salmon farms, helping to control infection outbreaks.
In his book The Arts and Crafts of Ancient Scandinavia, Sven Lindauer uses his artistry to tell a story of the Vikings beyond raids and violence.
Though it celebrates the resurrection of Christ, the origins of Easter and its typical traditions may surprise you, including of the word “Easter” itself.
Researchers at the Norwegian Institute for Nature Research have found a simple way to reduce bird fatalities at a wind turbine farm in Smøla.
In a personal story about the role of the nisse on the farm, Eric Stavney reflects on good will and hope, and even meets a hummingbird.
Fløibanen, Bergen’s iconic funicular bringing tourists and locals to the top of Mount Fløyen, has a fascinating history, complete with goats.