Zackenberg Research Station

Zackenberg Research Station is an ecosystem research and monitoring facility at Zackenberg (74°30'N / 21°00'W) in Northeast Greenland 25 km north-west of Daneborg. A branch facility is situated at Daneborg.

Zackenberg is coordinated with the monitoring programme Nuuk Basic in West Greenland.  

Zackenberg is owned by The Government of Greenland and is operated by the Department of Bioscience, Aarhus University. The work at Zackenberg is coordinated through the programme Zackenberg Ecological Research Operations with the following institutions as partners:

The work at Zackenberg is carried out through means funded by:

In addition to individual research projects and programmes a comprehensive environmental monitoring, Zackenberg Basic, is operating at Zackenberg.

For further information on issues relating to the research, monitoring and logistics at Zackenberg Research Station please contact the Zackenberg secretariat at zackenberg@au.dk
 

News

2015.03.27 | Research news

The new GEM database is now live!

2015.03.11 | Research news

Data from the climate station at Zackenberg

Data from the main climate station in the Zackenberg Valley, Northeast Greenland, is shown with one day delay and includes air temperature, soil temperature, air pressure, relative humidity, incoming shortwave radiation, wind speed, wind direction and snow depth. The climate station is run by ClimateBasis (Asiaq) - part of the GEM programme.

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Revised 2015.03.27

Contact:

E-mail: zackenberg@bios.au.dk

Telephone: +45 30 78 31 61