The ICOS Denmark network consists of 11 stations, of which ten are ecosystem stations and one is an atmosphere station. Four of the stations are in typical ecosystems in Greenland, and one is an atmosphere station in Greenland at a location that frequently encounters air masses from Europe and Siberia. The stations on the Danish mainland cover typical ecosystems such as farmland, forests (including short rotation coppice) and wetland. The Greenlandic stations make an important arctic contribution to ICOS.
ICOS Denmark is a network of four universities: Technical University of Denmark (coordination), University of Aarhus, University of Copenhagen and Roskilde University.
Denmark Station Network
ICOS Denmark stations in the map. Hover over the stations for more details.
Contact ICOS Denmark
ICOS Denmark Focal Point
Kim Pilegaard, Professor
Technical University of Denmark (DTU)
contact-denmark (at) lists.icos-ri.eu
+45 4525 2158