The Norunda research station, with ICOS code SE-Nor, is located in the southern part of the boreal forest zone (the nearest town is Uppsala, about 25 km to the South). The area is flat with small-scale variations in altitude and the site is dominated by Norway spruce and Scots pine with a small fraction of birch trees, and the shrub layer is dominated by blueberry, cranberry, moss, and flowers. The soils are sandy-loamy tills with high content of stones and blocks.
|Funder||Award number||Award||Start date||End date||Comment|
|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|
|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|
|Name||Role (ICOS vocabulary)||Start date|
|Jutta Holst||Data Manager||2017-05-12|
|Meelis Mölder||Principal Investigator||2017-05-12|
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