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Vrapac-Sargoun - Czech Republic

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Extensive

LTER Member Network: 

Czech LTER (CZ-LTER)

General Site Description: 

Litovelské Pomoraví is a uniquely well-preserved floodplain of the Morava River which encompasses complexes of close-to-nature floodplain forests in the Upper Morava River valley.

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_CZ_023

Wanang, Papua New Guinea - Czech Republic

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LTER Member Network: 

Czech LTER (CZ-LTER)

General Site Description: 

The site comprises 10,000 ha of pristine lowland rainforest in northern Papua New Guinea, owned by indigenous landowners from Wanang Village and declared as Conservation Area.

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_CZ_025

Devin thermophilous woods - Czech Republic

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Extensive

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Czech LTER (CZ-LTER)

General Site Description: 

Děvín is a considerable site of forest and non-forest ecosystems of the warmest part of the Czech Republic.

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_CZ_018

Krivoklat forests and xeric grasslands - Czech Republic

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Czech LTER (CZ-LTER)

General Site Description: 

The Protected Landscape Area and Biosphere Reserve Křivoklátsko is mostly covered by broadleaved forests that are valuable by high diversity of flora, fauna and communities.

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_CZ_024

Lysina & Pluhuv Bor catchments - Czech Republic

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Czech LTER (CZ-LTER)

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The study is focused on element fluxes, pools, wet and dry deposition, internal cycling in trees, soil exchange processes, chemical weathering, nutritional status of trees and toxic metals speciation

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_CZ_016

Mountain spruce forests - Czech Republic

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Extensive

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Czech LTER (CZ-LTER)

General Site Description: 

Spruce mountain forests in Bohemian Forest represent a considerable site in mountain environment in Czech Republic.

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_CZ_004

Glacial lakes - Czech Republic

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Czech LTER (CZ-LTER)

General Site Description: 

The Bohemian Forest in Central Europe is among the most acidified lake districts in the world.

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_CZ_003

LTSER Silva Gabreta - Czech Republic

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Czech LTER (CZ-LTER)

General Site Description: 

The Šumava Biosphere Reserve, which includes the Šumava National Park, was established as a Czech LTSER platform in 2008.

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_CZ_001

Lednice - Horni Les - Czech Republic

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Czech LTER (CZ-LTER)

General Site Description: 

The study plot was established by the Institute of Forest Ecology (Mendel University in Brno) in 1968, namely in connection with the UNESCO International Biological Programme (IBP) and the UNESCO prog

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_CZ_019

Šumava mires - Czech Republic

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Regular

LTER Member Network: 

Czech LTER (CZ-LTER)

General Site Description: 

The peat bogs are the most valuable as well as most sensitive biotopes of the Bohemian Forest.

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_CZ_002

Mountain catchment - Czech Republic

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Regular

LTER Member Network: 

Czech LTER (CZ-LTER)

General Site Description: 

The catchment of the Modrý Potok stream belongs to the network of 14 small catchments (GEOMON), where effects of the changing environment (acidification, eutrophication, global change) on catchment bi

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_CZ_011

South-Moravian floodplain forests - Czech Republic

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Regular

LTER Member Network: 

Czech LTER (CZ-LTER)

General Site Description: 

The central Europe’s largest complex of floodplain forest covers an area between the Morava River and Dyje River upstream their confluence.

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_CZ_020

Beskydy natural forests - Czech Republic

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Regular

LTER Member Network: 

Czech LTER (CZ-LTER)

General Site Description: 

Three natural forest reserves – Mionší, Razula, and Salajka – represent current Carpathian fir-beech forests.

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_CZ_015

Zofin natural forests - Czech Republic

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Czech LTER (CZ-LTER)

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Nearly one hundred hectares of natural spruce-fir-beech forests have survived in the former Nové Hrady domain, owing to the enlightened owner count Buquoy, who founded here the Czech oldest natural fo

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_CZ_014

Sumava natural forests - Czech Republic

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Czech LTER (CZ-LTER)

General Site Description: 

Localities Boubín and Milešice represent particularly Acidic and Fresh nutrient medium spruce-beech forests.

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_CZ_005

Beech forests - Czech Republic

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Czech LTER (CZ-LTER)

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Alderwoods, ash-alder forests, sycamore ravine forests, beech forests with admixtures of Norvay spruce. In the past, they covered large areas of the submontane and montane belts.

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_CZ_009

Arctic-alpine tundra - Czech Republic

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Czech LTER (CZ-LTER)

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A unique mosaic of ecosystems of topmost summits (lichen tundra), grasslands and peat bogs of the summit plateaux (grassy tundra) and leeward slopes of glacial cirques of the Krkonose/Giant Mts (flowe

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_CZ_007

Spruce forests - Czech Republic

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Czech LTER (CZ-LTER)

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Norway spruce forests survived in inaccessible localities of the montane belt and around the upper treeline at the end of the Mumlava and Labe valleys, Dlouhý důl, Modrý důl, Obří důl, and Jelení důl.

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_CZ_008

Rajec-Nemcice - Czech Republic

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LTER Member Network: 

Czech LTER (CZ-LTER)

General Site Description: 

The study plot was established by the Institute of Forest Ecology (Mendel University in Brno) in 1968, namely in connection with the UNESCO International Biological Programme (IBP) and the UNESCO prog

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_CZ_017

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