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Camilla Risvoll
,
Grete K. Hovelsrud
, and
Jan Åge Riseth

) encroachments and disturbances from human activities, and 3) institutional constraints. First, the climate is changing more rapidly in the Arctic than elsewhere. In the Nordic countries, the annual average temperature has consistently been warming since the 1990s, and projections indicate an increasingly warmer and wetter weather and a higher frequency of extreme weather events ( Hanssen-Bauer et al. 2015 ). Impacts from climate change on pastoralism constitute adverse weather events and changing snow and

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