Resources

Resources

The field station on Askö, is situated in the middle of a fairly un-touched archipelago. The lab is well-equipped for research and courses – both indoors and for field work.

It should be easy to conduct marine research, manage courses and arrange meetings on Askö. We provide a brackish water supply system, climate rooms, an experiment hall, laboratories, vessels and small boats. We can also offer fine conference rooms, wireless internet, a library, well-equipped kitchens and study rooms. The staff will try to make sure all users get what they need. As long as the Baltic marine environment is in focus, Askö would like to contribute!

Laboratoriearbete

Chemical analysis

Information about water measurements and chemical analysis that can be done on Askö.

Provtagning i fält

Field equipment

Read about our available field equipment. We also provide lab-gear for use in the field.

Forskningsutrymmen

Lab equipment

Read about our lab equipment and what we provide such as disposable material.

dykare

Scuba diving

Experience the inhabitants of the sea in their natural environment, scuba diving is possible on Askö.

Lilla motorbåten Trutta vid Vrångskär

Ships and boats

On the Askölaboratory there are a couple of boats and vessels. They can be used for research, education, marine monitoring and to transport people from and to the island.

Det finns många typer av inspirerande arbetsrum på Askö

Studies & offices

Askö proudly offers a selection of different work areas. There are computer rooms, meeting locales and lecture areas. The surrounding nature is also filled with good spots!

Labutrymmen

Research facilities

At the laboratory experiments and research can be conducted both indoors and outdoors.

Contact Askö

Phone: +46-8-5537 85 80
E-mail: asko.ostersjocentrum@su.se

Adress:
Askölaboratoriet
619 92 Trosa

Current conditions at B1/Askö

Mätbojsdata Askö

At Askö we operate one of six swedish oceanographic measuring buoys. Keep track of its sampling on salinity, temperature, oxygen, turbidity, chlorophyll, wind direction and wind speed directly at: