Learn more about the field stations. Here you apply to do research, hold meetings or teaching activities, and visit the research stations in the network. This site includes a large database of research published at member stations and hosts details and links to monitoring data.
International Network for Terrestrial Research and Monitoring in the Arctic
INTERACT is an infrastructure project under the auspices of SCANNET, a circumarctic network of currently 79 terrestrial field bases in northern Europe, Russia, US, Canada, Greenland, Iceland, the Faroe Islands and Scotland as well as stations in northern alpine areas. INTERACT specifically seeks to build capacity for research and monitoring in the European Arctic and beyond, and is offering access to numerous research stations through the Transnational Access program.
SITES is a nationally co-ordinated infrastructure for terrestrial and limnological field research.
SITES extends throughout Sweden with different ecosystems and climatic zones, from agriculture lands, forest, cultivated forest to mires, streams, lakes and alpines.
SITES offers all scientists to use participating field research stations. Either you can be on site yourself or outsource an assignment to the technical staff at the station. You also have the opportunity to use existing data collected at the stations. There are, in a number of areas of research, extensive and long series of data.
A European research infrastructure to quantify and understand the greenhouse gas balance of the European continent and of adjacent regions.
ICOS is built up as a collaboration of nationally operated measurement stations in 17 European countries.
ICOS will provide long-term observations (20+ years) required to understand the present state and predict future behaviour of climate, the global carbon cycle and greenhouse gas emissions.
ICOS operates ecosystem, atmospheric, and oceanic networks of standardized, high precision measurement stations.