The station Degero, with ICOS code SE-Deg, is located in the northern Sweden boreal region, about 70 km west of the Gulf of Bothnia, NW of the city Umea, situated on highland between the major rivers, Ume and Vindeln River. The site is an oligotrophic mire consisting of a rather complex system of interconnected smaller mires, divided by islets and ridges of glacial till. The area around the Eddy Covariance tower is dominated by flat lawn plants communities with bog moss dominating the bottom layer.
1.2 °C
523.0 mm
93.4 W/m2


Funder Award number Award Start date End date Comment
Swedish Research Council 2015-06020 National Research Infrastructure ICOS Sweden 2016-04-01 2020-12-31 co-financed by Lund University, Gothenburg University, Swedish Polar Research Secretariat, SLU, Stockholm University and Uppsala University
Swedish Research Council 2019-00205 National Research Infrastructure ICOS Sweden 2021-01-01 2024-12-31 co-financed by Lund University, SLU, Gothenburg University, Swedish Polar Research Secretariat, Uppsala University and SMHI

Current staff

Name Role (ICOS vocabulary) Start date
Rowan Dignam Engineer 2018-01-01
Jutta Holst Data Manager 2017-12-12
Nataliia Kozii Engineer 2022-09-05
Eric Larmanou Engineer 2021-05-17
Kim Lindgren Data Manager 2017-12-12
Pernilla Löfvenius Engineer 2014-01-01
Per Marklund Administrator 2022-01-01
Meelis Mölder Researcher 2017-12-12
Mats Nilsson Researcher 2022-03-11
Matthias Peichl Principal Investigator 2022-03-11

Former staff

Name Role (ICOS vocabulary) Start date End date
Tommy Andersson Engineer 2018-01-01 2021-11-01
Giuseppe De Simon Administrator 2017-12-12 2021-12-31
Giuseppe De Simon Engineer 2022-01-01 2022-08-01
Maj-Lena Linderson Researcher 2017-01-01 2020-12-31
Per Marklund Engineer 2017-12-12 2021-12-31
Mats Nilsson Principal Investigator 2014-01-01 2022-03-10
Matthias Peichl Researcher 2014-01-01 2022-03-10
Paul Smith Engineer 2019-04-08 2023-10-31


64.18203, 19.55654
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