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Husö Biological Station – buildings

Husö Biological Station – buildings

The yellow house was built in 1912 by the artist Sigrid Granfelt. Today the building is used as a student dormitory in the summers. Downstairs there is a kitchen, a dining room and a TV room for recreational purposes. The house was renovated in 2014. The yellow house at Husö biological station
The laboratory was built in 1991 and includes three larger areas (nutrient lab, water lab and benthos/fish lab), some smaller areas, a lecture room (for 25 persons), storage rooms, offices and a coffee room. Husö biological station's laboratory building
The lodge was built in 1978, and was at first used as a laboratory. Today the house is used as dormitory for researchers, university staff, guest researchers etc. There is a kitchen and in the end of the hall there is a sauna. The lodge at Husö biological station
The tenant house is one of the oldest buildings at Husö. Today the house is used by the Head of the Station. The tenant house at Husö biological station
The new lodging house Built 2006, ready 2007. A dormitory with a big kitchen, 2 livingrooms, 2 research apartments and 8 doublerooms. The new lodging house at Husö biological station
Aquarium hall and terass. The old barn is used as an aquarium hall where experimental research is conducted. outdoors there is tanks for bigger experiments. The old barn and aquarium hall at Husö biological station
The old sauna. Sigrid’s old sauna is today used as a storage place for sampling equipment, mostly fishnets. The old sauna at Husö biological station
The beach sauna was built in 2006 and it heated with wood if you want, but also got an electical stove. The beach sauna at Husö biological station
The wetlab. 2006 Husö also got a wetlab, a new house for storing diving equipment and research and sampling equipment. Wetlab for fish and benthoswork. The wetlab at Husö biological station

 

Updated 22.2.2019