Werner Werenskiold (28 April 1883 – 2 August 1961) was a Norwegian geologist and geographer. He was a son of Erik Werenskiold and visual artist Sophie Marie Stoltenberg Thomesen (1849–1926), and the brother of Dagfin Werenskiold. Werenskiold made field studies in Telemark and Gudbrandsdalen in his younger days, and later focused on studies at Svalbard and of glaciers in Jotunheimen. He was the principal editor of the two-volume series Norge, vårt land (1936 – 1941) and the book series Jorden vår klode. He was a professor of geography at the University of Oslo from 1925.

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  • Werner Werenskiold (* 28. April 1883 in Paris, Frankreich; † 2. August 1961 in Bærum, Norwegen) war ein norwegischer Geologe, Geograph und Professor an der Universität Oslo. (de)
  • Werner Werenskiold (28 April 1883 – 2 August 1961) was a Norwegian geologist and geographer. He was a son of Erik Werenskiold and visual artist Sophie Marie Stoltenberg Thomesen (1849–1926), and the brother of Dagfin Werenskiold. Werenskiold made field studies in Telemark and Gudbrandsdalen in his younger days, and later focused on studies at Svalbard and of glaciers in Jotunheimen. He was the principal editor of the two-volume series Norge, vårt land (1936 – 1941) and the book series Jorden vår klode. He was a professor of geography at the University of Oslo from 1925. He lived and died in Bærum, and was on the election ballot for the Liberal People's Party (formerly the Liberal Left Party) in the 1930s. The mountain of Werenskioldfjellet at Hopen, Svalbard is named after him. (en)
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  • Werner Werenskiold (* 28. April 1883 in Paris, Frankreich; † 2. August 1961 in Bærum, Norwegen) war ein norwegischer Geologe, Geograph und Professor an der Universität Oslo. (de)
  • Werner Werenskiold (28 April 1883 – 2 August 1961) was a Norwegian geologist and geographer. He was a son of Erik Werenskiold and visual artist Sophie Marie Stoltenberg Thomesen (1849–1926), and the brother of Dagfin Werenskiold. Werenskiold made field studies in Telemark and Gudbrandsdalen in his younger days, and later focused on studies at Svalbard and of glaciers in Jotunheimen. He was the principal editor of the two-volume series Norge, vårt land (1936 – 1941) and the book series Jorden vår klode. He was a professor of geography at the University of Oslo from 1925. (en)
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