Lake monitoring programme
Lake Erken is one of the very few lakes in Northern Europe that has a long history of monitoring, including both manual and high-frequency automatic measurements of lake and stream stations. We also maintain an automatic measurement station in the Galten bay in lake Mälaren. The Erken monitoring programme includes measurements of physical and chemical parameters as well as plankton composition.
We are currently working on making all data from the Lake Erken Monitoring program openly available.
The data is free to use, but please inform us, so that we can keep track about the projects that make use of our data.
- Overview of measurement stations, variables, measurement frequencies
- Erken metadata
- Background information about Lake Erken
- Lake sampling protocol
- Bathymetric map of lake Erken (colour)
- Bathymetric map of lake Erken (b/w)
- Map of Erken catchment area
Link to live data
Live measurements and data from our automatic monitoring system (link to ‘live data and webcam’ will soon appear here)
Manual monitoring programme
Water chemistry lake Erken 1989-2016
NB: we have data from 1940 onwards. Please contact us directly.
Lake phytoplankton 1989-2011. Please contact us directly for data from recent years.
NB: we are trying to keep the datafiles up to date, but please contact us if you would like to get access to more recent data that is not yet available in the database. You can also contact directly if you are interested in data that is not yet publically available yet.
For questions and additional information regarding measurements and data, please contact:
Don Pierson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Silke Langenheder, email@example.com