A study of running waters in the boreal region
A study of running waters in the boreal region

Krycklan Catchment Study

A study of running waters in the boreal region

The Krycklan Catchment Study

The Krycklan Catchment Study (KCS) is one of the most ambitious projects which integrate water quality, hydrology and aquatic ecology in running waters in the boreal region. KCS provide data services and high quality field data to allow state-of-the-art research in hydrological, biogeochemical and ecological processes. KCS aim to do basic science, develop new generations of water management models and provide background information for improved environmental guidelines.

At present, KCS includes over 40 scientific projects spanning from fundamental scientific research to more applied studies, with participating scientists from more than 20 countries.

Welcome to Krycklan

15 positions to apply for if you want to do research in the Svartberget/Krycklan research infrastructure

2015-11-23 -  A protocol app for SITES - TagTags
During 2015, a protocol app for android devices has been developed for the Krycklan Catchment Study. This app - dubbed TagTags - is now finished and ready to be distributed within SITES. TagTags and it's...
2015-10-05 -  Popular course gathers PhD-students from all over the world
Twenty-five students from fourteen countries gathered in Vindeln during one intense week of September. The course addresses fundamental concepts and new challenges for research about the landscapes influence...
2015-06-23 -  Forskning från Krycklan i Havsutsikt -
Dåtidens mirakel är nutidens hot

Article only available in Swedish, published in Havsutsikt Journal, no 1-2015. Genom historien har kemikalier underlättat vår vardag och hjälpt oss bli av med problem. Vatten- och fettavvisande perfluorerade...
2015-05-08 -  Exchange of water sampling technique experienses
Krycklan as part of Svartberget and SITES welcomed the agricultural oriented Röbäcksdalen Research Station for a study visit with focus on water measurements and sampling techniques.
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