ecotoxicology

Total results: 42.

The Sulejow Reservoir LTER - Poland

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UUID: 

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Biome : 

Fresh Water Lakes

General Site Description: 

The site is situated in lowlands of Central Poland and arranged around the Sulejowki Reservoir.

The UNESCO/UNEP the Pilica River Demonstration Site - Poland

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Biome : 

Mixed Forest

General Site Description: 

The UNESCO/UNEP demonstration project of the Pilica River is an LTSER platform comprising four spatial levels: the river and its catchment, the floodplains, and a lowland reservoir.

WasserCluster Lunz - Austria

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UUID: 

85773d69-f94a-4305-a56f-67b6891a0a73

Biome : 

Fresh Water Lakes

General Site Description: 

The Interuniversity Centre for Aquatic Ecosystem Research, WasserCluster Lunz Biologische Station GmbH (WCL), is located on the shore of Lake Lunz („Lunzer See“) in the south of the Austrian province

VLIZ Marine Observatory - Belgium

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UUID: 

7c1cb7b8-8635-4d9c-8cb3-61559c8a66bc

Biome : 

Marine

General Site Description: 

To support the marine biodiversity and ecosystem dynamics research community in Belgium, the Flanders Marine Institute (VLIZ) has set up a local marine biodiversity observatory.

Abrolhos Bank - Brazil

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a497328f-1e2d-416c-bc25-6ccf31965af4

Biome : 

Marine

General Site Description: 

The Abrolhos Bank is located along the eastern Brazilian coast and is characterized by an enlargement of the Brazilian shelf (~46.000 km2), reaching approximately 200 km in width.

Belgian coastal waters and sand bank systems - Belgium

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e83a90a3-2fb4-49bc-8991-a1d5b017ae19

Biome : 

Marine

General Site Description: 

The Belgian part of the North Sea (BPNS) covers the most south-western part of the North Sea and is bordered by the English Channel to the south-west and by the central part of the North Sea to the n

Braila Islands - Romania

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UUID: 

d4854af8-9d9f-42a2-af96-f1ed9cb25712

Biome : 

Agricultural

General Site Description: 

"Braila Islands" site with a total surface of over 2600 km2 is situated in the South-East of Romania corresponding to a 78 km long Danube sector that stretches between Harsova (kilometer 25

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