INTERACT GIS provides information about the more than 85 terrestrial research stations that are members of the INTERACT network. INTERACT stations are located in the Arctic and northern boreal and alpine areas.

INTERACT GIS provides four different types of web-based services:

  1. Stations
    A searchable map of research stations with different filtering functions in relation to their settings. Clicking on a research stations lets you explore more information about the research station, including text descriptions and facts about the station operations, facilities, science activities and surroundings.
  2. Research
    A searchable research project database (under continuous development) with information about historical and current research projects at the stations.
  3. Publications
    Allows you to search for publications uploaded by stations or scientists working at the stations. Publications are often related to a research project conducted at the station.
  4. Application
    An application module for scientists applying for access to the research stations. The INTERACT GIS application module is currently used by only a few INTERACT research stations. Application information for other stations can be found in the description of the research stations (see 1. Stations).