hydrography

Total results: 72.

Abisko National Park - Sweden

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General Site Description: 

This protected area is located at the ecotones between the boreal forest and the subarctic tundra. The park was established as early as in 1909.

Site Code: 

ECOPOT_SE_001

LTSER Zone Atelier Hwange - Zimbabwe

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General Site Description: 

The LTSER Zone Atelier Alpes belongs to LTER-France network and is located in western Zimbabwe, in Sub-Saharan Africa, and is centered around Hwange National Park.

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_FR_010

Virginia Coast Reserve LTER - United States of America

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General Site Description: 

Research activities of the VCR/LTER focus on the mosaic of transitions and steady-state systems that comprise the barrier-island/lagoon/mainland landscape of the Eastern Shore of Virginia.

Site Code: 

LTER-NAM-US-4

Brenna - Poland

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General Site Description: 

The Brenna monitoring site in the Silesian Beskid (Polish part of the West Carpathians) was established in 1991 and consists of a monitoring station (meteo parameters and air pollution level) at the e

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_PL_004

Samaria National Park - Greece

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General Site Description: 

Samaria (White Mountains) National Park is located on the West part of island of Crete and was declared as a National Park via a Royal Decree in 1962.

Site Code: 

ECOPOT_GR_001

Ramat Hanadiv (RHD) - Israel

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General Site Description: 

In September 1993, Ramat Hanadiv inaugurated the Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) station as part of the global and Israel LTER network.

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_IL_013

Aneboda, IM-site SE14 - Sweden

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General Site Description: 

Nature reserve, Natura 2000, Protected coniferous blueberry forest, catchment, IM site, Podzol soil.

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_SE_016

Beijing Urban Ecosystem Research Station - China

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General Site Description: 

Beijing Urban Ecosystem Research Station is located in Beijing. Urban ecosystem is a complex social-economic-ecological system dominated by human beings.

Site Code: 

LTER-EAP-CN-40

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