Boknis Eck Time Series Station (SW Baltic Sea) - Germany

Basic Information

Site Name: 

Boknis Eck Time Series Station (SW Baltic Sea)

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_DE_001

Country (Site Location): 

Germany

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General Site Description: 

The site of the Boknis Eck Time Series (BE) is located at the entrance of the Eckernförde Bay (54°31.2' N, 10°02.5' E) in the southwestern Baltic Sea. It has a water depth of 28 m with muddy sediments. Riverine inputs into the Eckernförde Bay are negligible and thus the overall hydrographic setting at BE is dominated by the regular inflow of North Sea water through the Kattegat and the Great Belt. Seasonal stratification occurs usually from mid-March until mid-September and causes pronounced hypoxia which sporadically become anoxic.

UUID: 

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General Characteristics, Purpose, History

Site Status: 

existing

Year Established: 

1957

Size : 

1.00ha

Purpose of Site : 

The location of BE is ideal to study: 1) a coastal ecosystem under the influence of pronounced changes of salinity and 2) biogeochemical processes sensitive to changes of dissolved oxygen.

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Coordinates: 

Latitude: 54.516670000000
Longitude: 10.041670000000

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