population changes over time

Total results: 102.

Tomakomai Research Site - Japan

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General Site Description: 

Tomakomai Research Site is located in a national forest in the city of Tomakomai, Hokkaido.

Site Code: 

LTER-EAP-JP-37

Kawatabi special research area of the Japanese IBP - Japan

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General Site Description: 

This site was established on a tall, Japanese native grass (Miscanthus sinensis) pasture in 1982. Three different treatments (cutting, cattle grazing and abundoning) has been carried out.

Site Code: 

LTER-EAP-JP-29

Sierra Nevada / Granada (ES- SNE) - Spain

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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

Arava Platform (ARV) - Israel

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General Site Description: 

A very extreme desert located with in a part of the rift vally

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_IL_016

Boergefjell - Norway

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General Site Description: 

long-term terrestrial ecosystem monitoring site for biodiversity components (ground vegetation, epiphytes, small mammals, birds) located in a wide mountain valley in the north boreal (spruce and birch

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_NO_004

Ramon (RMN) - Israel

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General Site Description: 

The site is located between two bio -geographical zones arid and hyper-arid, the research is carried out by both sides.

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_IL_012

Welverdiend-South African Wildlife College - South Africa

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General Site Description: 

A developing long-term research site, designed to determine the effects of harvesting of natural resources (particularly fuelwood) and domestic livestock on the biodiversity and ecosystem functioning

Site Code: 

LTER-SAF-ZA-13

Kdoshim (KDO) - Israel

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General Site Description: 

The Kedoshim-forest Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) is an experimental set up established in 2008 in a mature Pinus halepensis forest.

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_IL_004

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