A broad range of GEUS’ field activities involve each year about 50-100 scientists, students and assistants including Geocenter staff and scientific project partners from several countries.
Sermillik Station, Greenland. The Sermillik Field station is situated app. 20 km west of Ammassalik in Southeast Greenland. The Sermillik station is used as a base for stud-ies of the Mittvakkat-glacier and its terrestrial, coastal and marine surroundings and as a training facility for students working with arctic issues. http://ign.ku.dk/english/about/field-stations/sermilik-station/
The Arctic Station, Greenland. The Geocenter in collaboration with the University of Copenhagen operates the Arctic Station on Greenland (Godhavn/Qeqertarsuaq, Disko Island), whose purpose is to promote arctic research and teaching in bio- and geoscience. The station also operates a small research vessel ('Porsild'). Researchers and students from the Geocentre also have access to the Zackenberg Station, operated by the Danish Polar Centre. This station is a base for various types of ecosystem and environmental research. http://arktiskstation.ku.dk/english
Skallingen Laboratory, Esbjerg.
The Esbjerg/Ho field station is a research and educational facility also com-prising an analysis laboratory. The field station consists of a laboratory, a library, study rooms and other facilities (kitchen, beds, and shower). The laboratory is manned all the year round and owns a 30-foot research vessel.