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Thermoregulated rooms, sorting rooms

At both stations you may work in so-called thermoregulated rooms: rooms where air and/or water temperature can be manipulated. There are also intake halls / sorting rooms where field samples can be handled and stored in deep or surface water.

Kristineberg: 6 thermoregulated rooms where you can control both water and air temperature, floor areas 15-37 m2. Some of them have lighting fixtures for regulation of circadian rhythms. 2 additonal thermoregulated rooms exist, where only air can be regulated.

There are two intake halls at Kristineberg.

Tjärnö: 6 thermoregulated rooms where both air and water temperature can be regulated. One of the rooms is suitable for work with non-native species; the drain is connected to the municipal sewage treatment plant. There is also a dry thermoregulated room located adjacent to other thermoregulated rooms, equipped with fume hood and a wet bench. There are 3 additional thermoregulated rooms with the ability to adjust room temperature and cool water. One of these is equipped with lighting fixtures for regulation of circadian rhythms.

There are two sorting rooms at Tjärnö.

Contact

Kristineberg: Bengt Lundve
Phone: 46 31 786 95 07

Tjärnö: Anna-Karin Ring
Phone: 46 31 786 96 15

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Page Manager: Martin Larsvik|Last update: 3/29/2018
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