The members of PEER run major research facilities, some of them unique. Please find below an overview of the facilties which are open to interested researchers.

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CIENS

NIVA Research Facility Solbergstrand

Experimental facilities

Marine , Water , Biodiversity and Land Use , Fragile Environments , Environmental Technologies

The Research Facility at Solbergstrand performs large-scale experiments in marine ecology, sediment research and aquaculture. We also test technology for treating ballast water. Read more: https://www.niva.no/en/contact/solbergstrand-research-facilit...

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CIENS

Langtjern ecological monitoring site

Observatory / large-scale experimental field site

Climate Change , Atmosphere , Water , Soils, Forests and Agriculture , Fragile Environments , Natural Hazards and Environmental Risks , Society , Environmental Technologies

The ecological monitoring site Langtjern is a forested lake catchment in southeastern Norway at circa 500 to 700m elevation and is well-suited to study natural responses of water chemistry, element cycles and biology to large scale changes in our...

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UFZ

Laser Scanning Microscopy (LSM)

Laboratory / high-end instrument

Water , Climate Change , Atmosphere , Marine , Soils, Forests and Agriculture , Biodiversity and Land Use , Fragile Environments , Natural Hazards and Environmental Risks , Society , Geoinformation , Environmental Technologies

Laser scanning microscopy (LSM) represents a technique which allows assessment of multiple parameters in hydrated samples at the micro-scale and in three dimensions. Laser scanning microscopy is employed for visualization, analysis and...

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UFZ

ALBIS – research vessel

Research platforms

Water , Natural Hazards and Environmental Risks , Climate Change

ALBIS is a research platform of the UFZ Department River Ecology in Magdeburg. It allows the sampling of water and sediment from any interesting sampling point in the river at varying seasonal and hydrological conditions. The vessel is designed for...

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