Hyytiälä is a historical forestry station that has become a center of international multidisciplinary research. Current topics cover many aspects of Earth system ranging from the depths of soil to atmospheric processes. The station is located in the middle of state-owned forests and peatlands, approximately one hour north-east drive from the city of Tampere, and hosts year-round facilities for field work, education and meetings.
Hyytiälä Forestry Field Station
Sciences meet in the middle of boreal forest
INAR Climate Festival on 25.5. in the University of Helsinki Think Corner
You are warmly welcome to the opening celebration of INAR* at 12-14 p.m. at the University of Helsinki Think Corner.
"Little data, big data, no data" –workshop
INAR RI Ecosystems organised together with MULTICS-project from University of Oulu a data management workshop in Hyytiälä 26th-27th of April...
Hyytiälä is a place to become acquainted with both long traditions and cutting-edge science.
Hyytiälä Forestry Field Station provides services for scientific work, educational events, field courses, meetings, parties etc. You are...
Hyytiälä is located in the middle of state-owned forests and peatlands with research access to many types of habitats. The station operates...
Hyytiälä Forestry Field Station Hyytiäläntie 124 35500 Korkeakoski Finland tel. +358 2941 20751 email@example.com Map of Hyytiälä
Hyytiälä introvideo, short version
Several and often inter- or multidisciplinary research groups use the facilities of Hyytiälä with their interests covering forests,...
Hyytiälä maintains facilities for conducting research and field education related to Nordic boreal forest zone. The station and its...