Aneboda field station
Aneboda field station is situated 40 km north west of Växjö at the lake Stråken. The field station was established in the beginning of the 20th century by Einar Naumann who was one of the founders of limnology as a international research field.
There are many lakes of different natures in the area, which makes Aneboda a perfect place for limnology research and education. Lund University was responsible for the field station a long time, but now Akademiska hus manages Aneboda. One of our units, Aquatic Ecology, takes care of booking, billing and cleaning administration among other things.
There are a total of 18 beds at the station and also elementary lab spaces. You may book the field station through Charlotta.Thomaeus [at] biol.lu.se. The field station is closed during the winter and is not bookable.
Photos by Etelka Koos and Wilhelm Granéli
Stensoffa field station
Stensoffa field station is situated 17 km east of Lund in the middle of the military training ground Revingehed P7.
The area around Stensoffa is unique due to the heavy ground usage by military activity and by the free roaming cattle in the area. There is a lot of small lakes at Revingehed and regions with everything from dry, sandy ground to wet marshes. Fortifikationsverket owns the house and the Department of Biology rent it and is responsible for the maintenance.
There are kitchens for self-catering and beds for up to 20 people. There are also elementary lab spaces, rooms for experiments and aviaries for passerines. Stensoffa has internet access. Individual researchers and smaller courses, meetings etc. may use the house. Non-university groups interested in nature are also welcome to book the premises.
Further particulars about the station, bookings of research work, meeting etc. may be obtained from the manager of the field station, Rachel Muheim.
Charlotta.Thomaeus [at] biol.lu.se receives only sleeping accommodations. The field station is closed during the winter and is not bookable.
Information about Stensoffa field station, booking of research work and meetings
Telephone: 046-222 31 93
E-mail: Rachel.Muheim [at] biol.lu.se
Bookings sleeping accomodations
Department of Biology
Telephone:+46 46-222 45 98
E-mail: charlotta.thomaeus [at] biol.lu.se