Research Institutes in Sweden
KRISTINEBERG MARINE RESEARCH STATION
Part of Goteborg University
Research into: behavioural ecology, benthic ecology, benthic monitoring, biological oceanography, & plankton research, ecophysiology, ecosystem research, ecotoxicology, functional morphology, physiology of macroalgae, shallow coastal communities, marine genomics.
The station belongs to Göteborg University and Stockholm University.
Tjärnö Marine Biological Laboratory (TMBL) is a field station for the study of marine biology. As a so-called Centre of Excellence the laboratory also provides specialized advice, information and expertise within the region, for industry, schools, decision makers and the public. The station was founded in 1963. About 75 people work here.
SMF is placed at the faculty of natural sciences at Stockholm university. SMF's area of responsibility is the Baltic Proper, and stretches from the Åland Sea in the north to the Öresund in the south. The most important goal of SMF is to understand and improve the marine environment, to coordinate, facilitate and reinforce the inter-disciplinary research and to improve the exchange of information between scientists and the society.
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