We conduct research and deliver impact assessments on cultural heritage sites and landscapes, communities and indigenous populations in the High North.
Our research relates to cultural heritage monitoring, registration and documentation of traditional knowledge and heritage sites. This research often forms a basis for public planning, preservation and management of cultural heritage. We develop GIS-based methods for documentation and presentation of indigenous traditional knowledge and landscape usage. We have extensive experience as professional advisors for both private and public actors. The High North Department is based in the Arctic city of Tromsø. We are located at Fram – High North Research Centre for Climate and the Environment (Fram Centre), in association with 19 institutions engaged in interdisciplinary research collaboration. Contact the High North Department email@example.com