ecopotential

Total results: 24.

Sierra Nevada / Granada (ES- SNE) - Spain

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LTER Site Classification/Category: 

Regular

LTER Member Network: 

Spain (LTER-Spain)

General Site Description: 

Mountain site, alpine forests Sierra Nevada (Andalusia, SE Spain), is a mountainous region with an altitudinal range between 860 m and 3482 m a.s.l. covering more than 2000 km2.

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_ES_010

Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve - Romania

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LTER Site Classification/Category: 

LTSER

LTER Member Network: 

Romania (LTER Romania)

General Site Description: 

The Danube Delta is the second largest river delta in Europe. The Romanian Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve (580,000 ha) is situated northwest of the Black Sea in Eastern Europe.

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_RO_001

LTSER Northern Negev - Israel

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LTER Site Classification/Category: 

LTSER

LTER Member Network: 

Israel (LTER-Israel)

General Site Description: 

The LTSER Northern Negev Platform includes four established LTER sites and the area between them.

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_IL_005

LTsER-Montado - Portugal

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LTER Site Classification/Category: 

Regular

LTER Member Network: 

Portugal (LTER Portugal)

General Site Description: 

Cork (Quercus suber) and holm (Quercus ilex) oaks were probably the dominant oak species in the Iberian Peninsula south of the Cantabrian/ Pyrenean mountains since the end of the last glaciation.

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_PT_001

LTSER Dutch Wadden Sea Area - Netherlands

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LTER Site Classification/Category: 

LTSER

LTER Member Network: 

Netherlands LTER

General Site Description: 

Coastal area bordering the north of the Netherlands. A range of inhabited barrier islands (included in LTSER Dutch Wadden Sea Area) separates the Dutch Wadden Sea from the North Sea.

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_NL_001

Doñana Long-Term Socio-ecological Research Platform - Spain

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LTER Site Classification/Category: 

LTSER

LTER Member Network: 

Spain (LTER-Spain)

General Site Description: 

Protected in 1968, Doñana National Park (537 km2) is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, a Ramsar Site and a Natural World Heritage Site.

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_ES_001

Kalkalpen National Park - Austria

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LTER Site Classification/Category: 

Extensive

LTER Member Network: 

Austria (LTER-Austria)

General Site Description: 

Kalkalpen National Park is made up of two mountain ranges * The Reichraminger Hintergebirge is one of Austria's largest distinct forest areas - a sea of forest, which has not yet been dissected

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_AT_008

Camargue Biosphere Reserve - France

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General Site Description: 

The Camargue Biosphere Reserve covers 193 000 ha, including 50% of natural and semi-natural habitats dominated by lagoons, brackish/freshwater open and reed marshes, halophilous steppes, rangelands an

Site Code: 

ECOPOT_FR_001

Peneda-Gerês - Portugal

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General Site Description: 

The National Park covers ca. 70 000 hectares and was founded in 1971. It is located at a climatic transition zone (the climate is Temperate/Atlantic Sub-Mediterranean), with 1-2 dry months in summer.

Site Code: 

ECOPOT_PT_001

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