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Siri Veland

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+47 56 10 76 41
Nygårdsgaten 112, 5008 Bergen, Norway

Siri Veland is a human geographer working on interdisciplinary and cross-cultural studies of human-environment interactions. Her work concerns environmental perceptions, policy, and governance by local communities, nations, and industries in Arctic, Australian, East African, and European regions. Siri draws on a broad methodological toolkit to enable matching methods to context, including participant observation, interviews, focus groups, surveys, and Q-methodology.

Ongoing projects:

Modeling Risk from Black Carbon in a Coupled Natural-Human System at the Arctic Ice Edge (NSF 2018-2022) https://www.arcus.org/nna/proj...

Navigating Convergent Pressures on Arctic Development (NSF 2020-2024) https://nsf.gov/awardsearch/sh...

Tipping+ Enabling Positive Tipping Points towards clean-energy transitions in Coal and Carbon Intensive Regions (CCIRs) (EU 2019-2022) https://globalclimateforum.org...

OutGen Sustainable Rural Environments: Practicing, Managing, and Performing the Gendered Outfields (RCN 2019-2022) http://www.nordlandsforskning....

Ocean-NETs Ocean-based Negative Emission Technologies - analyzing the feasibility, risks, and cobenefits of ocean-based negative emission technologies for stabilizing the climate (EU 2019-2022) https://www.ntnu.edu/ept/ocean...

Publications on GoogleScholar https://scholar.google.com/cit...

Siri Veland


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Bærekrafts­målene trenger improvisasjon – Harvest Magazine 2022
Maps and stories in the creation of richer accounts of change in pastoral landscapes in Nordland, northern Norway – Pastoralism 2022
Economic Viability and Emissions of Multimodal Transportation Infrastructure in a Changing Arctic – Weather, Climate, and Society 2022
On the Organisation of Translation—An Inter- and Transdisciplinary Approach to Developing Design Options for CO<inf>2</inf> Storage Monitoring Systems – Energies 2022
Tradisjonell og erfaringsbasert kunnskap i reindriftens arealbrukskart – Nordlandsforskning 2022
Can the sustainable development goals harness the means and the manner of transformation? – Sustainability Science 2021
Arctic shipping guidance from the CMIP6 ensemble on operational and infrastructural timescales – Climatic Change 2021
Sustainable Tourism in Svalbard: Balancing economic growth, sustainability, and environmental governance – Polar Record 2021
Can the sustainable development goals harness the means and the manner of transformation? – Sustainability Science 2021
Changes in sea ice travel conditions in Uummannaq Fjord, Greenland (1985–2019) assessed through remote sensing and transportation accessibility modeling – Polar Geography 2021
Knowledge needs in sea ice forecasting for navigation in Svalbard and the High Arctic – Nordlandsforskning 2021
Summary report on Workshop 2 laypersons’ perceptions of marine CDR, Deliverable 3.2 – GEOMAR 2021
The impact of black carbon emissions from projected Arctic shipping on regional ice transport – Climate Dynamics 2021
Ny krise - gamle spørsmål – Rana Blad 2020
Beyond concensus: perceptions of risk from petroleum developments in Lofoten, Vesterålen, and Senja, Norway – ICES Journal of Marine Science 2019
Petroleum as a challenge to arctic societies: Ontological security and the oil-driven `push to the north? – The Extractive Industries and Society 2018
Urgency in the Anthropocene – MIT Press 2018
Narrative matters for sustainability: the transformative role of storytelling in realizing 1.5°C futures – Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 2018
Jordbruket spesialiserer seg til sårbarhet – Bergens Tidende 2017
Arctic ice edge narratives: scale, discourse and ontological security – Area (London 1969) 2017
Challenges of diverse knowledge systems in landscape analysis of the Murray–Darling Basin, Australia – Regional Environmental Change 2017
Ontological schisms in earth, sea ice, and air – Weather, Climate, and Society 2017
Scaling the Anthropocene: How the stories we tell matter – Geoforum 2016
Scaling the Anthropocene: how the stories we tell matter – Geoforum 2016
All Strings Attached: Negotiating Relationships of Geographic Information Science – Geographical Research 2014
Procedural vulnerability: Understanding environmental change in a remote indigenous community – Global Environmental Change 2013
Intercultural capacity deficits: Contested geographies of coexistence in natural resource management – Asia Pacific Viewpoint 2013
Natural and unnatural disasters: Responding with respect for indigenous rights and knowledges – Geographical Research 2012
Process, practice and priorities — key lessons learnt undertaking sensitive social reconnaissance research as part of an (UNESCO-IOC) International Tsunami Survey Team – Earth-Science Reviews 2011
Invisible institutions in emergencies: Evacuating the remote Indigenous community of Warruwi, Northern Territory Australia, from Cyclone Monica – Environmental Hazards 2010
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