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The station serves as a research and monitoring facility for long and short-term measurement programs as well as a field base giving logistical support for research teams working in the pristine environment around Ny-Ålesund.
The Sverdrup Station is located in the research village Ny-Ålesund at the northern side of Brøgger Peninsula at the southern shore of Kongsfjorden, Svalbard.
Adherence to Svalbard law and environmental impact must also be considered.
The Governor of Svalbard has a useful guide for scientists in Svalbard.
Pedersen, [email protected]: +47 77 75 05 40 Optical Engineers: [email protected] Håhjem, phone: : +47 79 02 74 03Olav Ljøkjel, phone.: +47 79 02 74 02Filip Heitman, phone: +47 79 02 74 04 Logistical engineer: [email protected] Zoelly, phone: +47 79 02 74 05 The Sverdrup Station offers research facilities to visiting scientists: offices with phone and internet, guest computers, two small workshops for smaller electronical and mechanical repairs, a small guest lab with sink, workbench and refrigerator, a large roof platform for instruments, a library, and a lounge for meetings and social gatherings.
The Norwegian Polar Institute have operated a year-round station in Ny-Ålesund since 1968.
The present Sverdrup Station, a modern 700 m building, was opened in 1999.