KUOPIO NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM
     

KUOPIO NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM

RESEARCH

 
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Research

Since its inception, the Kuopio Natural History Museum has carried out diverse zoological and botanical research projects. Most of the research in progress will last for many years and is carried out in cooperation with universities and other research institutions. The research projects enhance the Museum's collections.



Research Projects


Zoology

Changes of the nesting avifauna
The development of the bird lake Keskimmäinen, Kuopio
Hooper (Cygnus cygnus)
Waterbird populations and communities in monitoring the environment
The effects of restoring biodiversity procedures in the forest in Vuorilampi, Kuopio
The taxonomy and distribution of mayflies in Finland
Threatened mayflies in eastern and northern Finland
Biological and landscape diversity: an ecological and environmental esthetic perspective
The Siberian flying squirrel (Pteromys volans) in the northern Savo region


Botany

Threatened plants in Kuopio
The effect of restoring procedures on flora and vegetation in the forest in Pölkkypuronsuo, Kuopio
Monitoring the frequency of Cypripedium calceolus and Epipactis atrorubens in the nature conservation area of Huosiaisniemi, Juankoski
The present flora in Ääninen, Karelia, based on information from the late 1800s to the war years, 1941–1944
The wood-rotting fungi in Kuopio park trees
The polypores of Puijo
The effects of restoring biodiversity procedures in the forest in Vuorilampi, Kuopio
The taxonomy, distribution, and ecology of aphyllophoroid fungi
The effects of forest management on wood-rotting fungi
The structure and dynamics of wood-rotting communities in storm disaster areas in northeastern Finland


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