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SITES is a national research infrastructure for terrestrial and limnological field research open to all scientists. SITES extends via its nine research stations throughout Sweden and offers research opportunities in a variety of ecosystems and climates. Five of the stations belong to SLU. SITES runs three thematic programmes: Water, Spectral, and AquaNet. All data produced within SITES is openly available. Photo Ulla Nylander and Ulf Jonsell.

A map of Sweden with ten marked places. Colors on the map shows different climate zones. Illustration.
SITES has nine main stations and one associated station*. Five of the stations are part of SLU; Lönnstorp, Asa, Grimsö, Röbäcksdalen and Svartberget. Climate zones according to Kottek et al 2006 Meteorol. Z.15:3.
Published: 03 January 2023 - Page editor: johanna.wallsten@slu.se