Publications and responsibilities
Testing and evaluation of a HYMO classification system for lakes and reservoirs - Proposed new and modified hydromorphological (HYMO) classification system
This project has tested and evaluated a hydromorphological (HYMO) classification system for lakes and reservoirs, published in 2018. The results revealed that applying the full set of parameters require extensive resources, and for some parameters data is hardly available. Based on the test results...
Integrated hydrological risk analysis for hydropower projects
The production of electricity from hydropower is exclusively determined by the availability of water. Upstream water use such as irrigation and drinking water supply, down-stream constraints and climate change are just some of the factors that can pose a risk to the hy-dropower producer. The...
This is how Norway can become Europe’s battery
Outlining a hydromorphological classification system for lakes : data availability, modelling tools and comparable assessment approaches
HydroBalance - Roadmap for large-scale balancing and energy storage from Norwegian hydropower
Effects of water level regulation in alpine hydropower reservoirs: an ecosystem perspective with a special emphasis on fish
Sustainable development of hydropower demands a holistic view of potential impacts of water level regulation (WLR) on reservoir ecosystems. Most environmental studies of hydropower have focused on rivers, whereas environmental effects of hydropower operations on reservoirs are less well understood...