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TARANDUS network

The TARANDUS network gathers reindeer researchers from Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden. The network will cover many aspects of reindeer health and welfare linked to climate change. The network will coordinate workshops with different themes: animal health and welfare, infectious diseases, feeding related disorders, and health and welfare in wild reindeer populations; especially focusing on the interlinkage both between each theme and reindeer husbandry and climate change adaptation. 

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The TARANDUS logo. Illustrated by Karen-Ann Hurri

TARANDUS network is currently funded by The Nordic Joint Committee for Agricultural and Food Research (https://nordicagriresearch.org/). Read more about the TARANDUS network.

Please, contact Anna Omazic (anna.omazic@sva.se) if you are interested to join the TARANDUS network.

When you sign up for the network, then you agree that your contact information will be shared within the network. If you don’t want to share your contact information, please contact Anna Omazic (anna.omazic@sva.se).

Welcome to the 2nd TARANDUS workshop 26-27 April 2022

Female wild Icelandic reindeer and her calf
Female wild Icelandic reindeer and her calf. Photo: Skarphéðinn Þórisson

The second workshop (WS) within the TARANDUS network will focus on health and welfare of wild reindeer populations, coordinated by the East Iceland Nature Research Centre in cooperation with the National Veterinary Institute (SVA). As we are living in uncertain times when it comes to international travelling, we have decided to have a digital WS.

More information and a preliminary schedule will come soon.

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TARANDUS network is currently funded by The Nordic Joint Committee for Agricultural and Food Research.
Senast uppdaterad : 2022-01-17