ICOS announced that the Kingdom of Spain plans to join the ICOS research infrastructure during 2020.

Spain estimates it will bring in eight greenhouse gas measurement stations: two Ocean stations, two Ecosystem and four Atmosphere stations. These stations will extend the standardised ICOS measurement networks to the Spanish mainland, the Canary Islands and to the Mediterranean Sea, areas that are strategically important in increasing the geographical spread of the network. 

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