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Swedish Infrastructure for Ecosystem Science (SITES)

SITES is a national research infrastructure for terrestrial and limnological field research, open to all scientists. SITES extends throughout Sweden with different ecosystems and climatic zones, from agriculture lands, forest, cultivated forest to mires, streams, lakes and alpines.

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Röbäcksdalen Field Research Station

The field research station carries out the official variety trials of forage crops, cereals and potatoes. Several long-term experiments are under the management of the field station, including

Röbäcksdalens Dairy Research Facility

At Röbäcksdalen about 2 km from Umea city center there is a national center for ruminant research. The research facility offers an excellent environment for evaluation and feeding of forages for

SLU Grimsö Wildlife Research Station

Grimsö Wildlife Research Station is located in Bergslagen, Lindesberg municipality. Research on wild animals and birds, as well as wildlife monitoring are conducted here. The Wildlife Damage Centre

SITES Röbäcksdalen

Ecosystem science in an agricultural landscape SITES Röbäcksdalen SITES is a nationally co-ordinated infrastructure for terrestrial and limnological field research. The network extends throughout

The fusion of NJV + VPE

Since the first of January 2023 SLU has merged parts of the Department of Agricultural Research for Northern Sweden (NJV) with the Department of Crop Production Ecology (VPE). It is the NJV research


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


Krycklan is a unique research site for studying the relationships between hydrological, biogeochemical, and ecological processes in the same ecosystem . It is one of the most instrumented and





Vindeln Experimental Forests

Svartberget is a center for forest field research in northern Sweden. It provides key infrastructures for field research on mire ecosystems, catchments, and productive pine and spruce stands. The


Trollberget Millions of hectares of northern peatlands and wet mineral soils have been drained for forestry which has increased forest productivity in some areas, but not all. The future fate of

Krycklan Infrastructure

Krycklan is an integral part of the Svartberget field research infrastructure, which belongs to the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU). The Krycklan catchment encompasses the natural