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MERGE researchers are active in using research infrastructure, some of which are partly financed by MERGE.

Some examples of the research infrastructure that is available to our researchers are listed below.


DataGURU is a tool for researchers to disseminate and find data on climate, land use, biodiversity and related areas.

The tool can also be of value as open data strategy in future applications for research funding. You can share your data with DataGURU – and make sure that your research makes even further use and gets more citations. Regardless of where you put your data, it is easy to tell DataGURU where it is and make it available to DataGURU users. 

This work has been commissioned by the strategic research areas BECC and MERGE.

ICOS Sweden 

ICOS Sweden is a national research infrastructure, operating stations for greenhouse gas measurements in Sweden.


ACTRIS Sweden is a Swedish national research infrastructure with funding from the Swedish Research Council.It is the Swedish national part of the distributed pan-European environmental research infrastructure ACTRIS and strongly linked to ICOS Sweden through co-location of observational sites.


LUNARC is the center for scientific and technical computing at Lund University. The center provides computational resources for academia in Sweden within all aspects of computational science.

National Supercomputing Centre

NSC is a provider of leading edge national supercomputing resources. NSC provide a wide range of high performance computing and data services to members of academic institutions throughout Sweden.