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Dec 2021: Interim Level 2 Ecosystem Station data released


The Ecosystem Thematic Center (ETC) released a interim Level 2 dataset for all certified stations covering data until the end of the summer 2021 (August, 31 per definition at the Swedish sites).…

ICOS introduction on youtube


The ICOS RI Head Office published a introducery film about ICOS: find out what ICOS is and what we do in ICOS

about the role of forest management for the climate


Matthias Peichl, PI for the ICOS Ecosystem station Svartberget, was newly appointed as professor of Forest Landscape  Biogeochemistry at SLU, Umeå. In his research, he is looking at the CO2…

ATMO-ACCESS Associated Partnership - the call is open!


The open call for Associated Partners is officially open. The application procedure is detailed at this link: The associated partnership programme…

open position: research engineer 50% Östergarnsholm/Uppsala


Uppsala University is looking for a research engineer to the marine ICOS station Östergarnsholm in the Baltic Sea. The main task of the position will be to participate in the development and…

Level 2 data release


New datasets of ICOS level 2 ecosystem data have been released in late April 2021. You will find them on the ICOS RI Carbon Portal

The release includes data until the end of 2020 for the…

Virtual #ICOScapes Photo Exhibition


26 April 2021 to 15 September 2021

#ICOScapes – Raising awareness on climate change through photographs

Visit the virtual exhibition  with photos and videos taken by the nature and…

New on


You can now easily look up the main stand characteristics at the forest Ecosystem sites Hyltemossa, Norunda, and Svartberget. More information on the mire sites will follow soon.

Methane emissions from mires are more complex than models


Current climate models do not describe methane emissions from wetlands in a satisfactory way. This is the result of a new study of a group of international researchers analysing methane emission…

New on


We now inlcluded the graphs for the CO2 fluxes at our ecosystem stations for the last 48 hours ad the last 30 days on the current weather display.

Try out climate programming at Digital@Idag temadag den 2 oktober 2020


The Science Center Vattenhallen has together with the association Swedish Science Centers and researchers from Lund University and ICOS Carbon Portal, created programming exercises with a focus on…

Vi ser ingen coronaeffekt alls på koldioxidhalten


Article in Dagens Nyheter about the effect on covid-19 measures on the measurement variables at the ICOS station Norunda:"Vi ser ingen coronaeffekt alls på koldioxidhalten"


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