Students present their Master Projects
Read about some of the ongoing and past master projectsof geography students.
Gender differences in urban mobility in the context of Accra
The working title of my thesis is: How can knowledge about gender specific mobilities inform in the planning processes for sustainable transportation systems in Accra, Ghana?
Food security and the COVID-19 crisis: the importance of cross-border fish trade
In her master's thesis, Maïlys Rouillé studies the important contribution of cross-border fishtraders to food security in Ghana and its surrounding countries during the COVID-19 crisis.
The social impact of the renewable energy transition
In her master's project Amber Nordholm is looking at the social impact of the renewable energy transition through a case study in Portugal.
Study of glacial lake outburst floods in Bhutan
My project is about remote sensing of glacial lake outburst floods (GLOFs) in the Bhutanese Himalaya range between the 1990s to present day.
Holocene glacier and climate variability at Sulitjelmaisen, northern Norway and Sweden
For my master project I reconstructed the last 11,500 years worth of glacier and climate changes at a glacier complex called Sulitjelmaisen in the subarctic, focusing on the largest glacier called Salajekna.
Use of Waste and Wastewater in peri-urban Agriculture in Kathmandu Valley
In this study I analyse both risks and benefits of using waste and wastewater in peri-urban agriculture in Kathmandu Valley.
Agricultural innovation in Arun Valley, Nepal
My master project is about agricultural innovation in Arun Valley, Nepal: innovation capacity in response to climatic and non-climatic uncertainties.
Addressing impacts of oil and gas extraction on fishing in Axim
My master prosject is addressing fisheries governance and the concerns of fisher folks with regards to oil and gas extraction activities in Axim, Ghana.
Food insecurity during the lean season
My master project study focuses on food insecurity in smallholder farmers household during the Lean season in the Guinea Savanna zone of Ghana with Navrongo as the study area.
Til Prasad Pangali Sharma
In my master project I study livelihood vulnerability and adaptation strategies to flood: A case from Kailali district, Nepal.
Moses Mosonsieyiri Kansanga
In his master project he studies Mechanization of smallholder Agriculture in the Northern Savanna of Ghana and its implications on Land use and Farm Productivity.
Ernestina Ohenewaah Denchie
In her master project she studies Land governance and competition for space in Ghana’s emerging oil city, Sekondi-Takoradi.
In her master project, she studies Integration of Ghanaian immigrants in Bergen's labour market and their contribution to development at home.
In her master project she studies Economic Sustainability of Foreign Direct Investment in the Oil Palm Industry in Ghana: The Case of Norpalm Ghana Limited and Small-scale farmers.
In her master project she studies The impacts of the oil and gas industry on the livelihoods of men and women working in the fisheries: A study of Shama, Ghana.
In his master project he studies Mechanisms and manoevres of forest resource access and its impact on rural livelihoods in Ghana. Master student Herbert Tetteh presents his master project and his experiences with field work and beiing a geograpy student in Bergen.
In her master project she studies Re-development of the Takoradi Market Circle in Ghana and its impacts on the market traders. Joanna Amiteye presents her master project and her experiences with field work and beiing a geograpy student in Bergen.
John Baptist A. Agandin A
In his master project he studies access to land and water resources. John Baptist A. Agandin presents his master project and his experiences with field work and beiing a geograpy student in Bergen.
Zechia Walters Chiafie
The theme for my master thesis is Natural Resources Management Conflicts between the State and Rural Communities. Case Study of Mbi Forest Reserve in N.W Region of Cameroon.
Akua Nyamekye Darko
As a masters student in the department of geography, my scope has been widely broadened on issues related to space and time in geography and also the philosophies that are foundamental to life and development. The well experienced staff and lecturers are always willing to help.