Ole Daniel Enersen

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Ole Daniel Enersen in 2007.

Ole Daniel Enersen (born March 14, 1943 in Oslo, Norway)[citation needed] is a Norwegian climber, photographer, journalist, writer, and medical historian.

In 1965 he made the first ascent of the Trollveggen mountain in Romsdalen, Norway, along with Leif Normann Petterson, Odd Eliassen and Jon Teigland.[1][2]

In 2000 he published a novel in the fantasy genre, titled Dragen som elsket meg ("The dragon that loved me").[3]

He publishes and maintains Who Named It?, a large online dictionary of medical eponyms.[4]

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  1. ^ Grimeland, Geir (2004). En historie om klatring i Norge 1900-2000 (in Norwegian). Bergen: Fagbokforl. p. 251. ISBN 82-419-0308-1. 
  2. ^ Eriksen, Hasse; Kolrud, Helge Jakob (2007). Norsk fjellsport gjennom 200 år (in Norwegian). Oslo: Andresen & Butenschøn. p. 256. ISBN 978-82-7981-052-0. 
  3. ^ Enersen, Ole Daniel (2000). Dragen som elsket meg (in Norwegian). Gjettum: Direkte. ISBN 82-91690-22-7. 
  4. ^ Huber, Jeffrey T.; Swogger, Susan (2014). Introduction to Reference Sources in the Health Sciences, Sixth Edition. American Library Association. p. 196. ISBN 978-0-8389-1184-6.