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Ooyamazawa Riparian Forest Research Site - Japan

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LTER Site Classification/Category: 

Regular

LTER Member Network: 

Japan (JaLTER)

General Site Description: 

Riparian forest in cool-temparate zone.The study site (35°57'30"N, 138°45'32"E) is located in a riparian zone along a small stream (Ooyamazawa) of the Nakatsugawa branch of the Ara

Site Code: 

LTER-EAP-JP-38

Reihoku Field - Japan

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LTER Site Classification/Category: 

Emerging

LTER Member Network: 

Japan (JaLTER)

General Site Description: 

This site is the university forest of Kochi University with an accommodation for 60 persons located close to the forest. 60 % and 40% of the area was covered with conifer plantations (Japanese cedar

Site Code: 

LTER-EAP-JP-40

Sado Station of Niigata University Forest - Japan

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LTER Site Classification/Category: 

Regular

LTER Member Network: 

Japan (JaLTER)

General Site Description: 

NUF (500ha), which is in the Faculty of Agriculture of Niigata University, is located on Osado Mountains in Sado Island.

Site Code: 

LTER-EAP-JP-41

Shiiba Research Forest; Kyushu University - Japan

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LTER Site Classification/Category: 

Master

LTER Member Network: 

Japan (JaLTER)

General Site Description: 

The Shiiba Research Forest (SRF) is located in the Kyushu Central Mountains at central part of Kyushu Island. The altitude ranges from 660 to 1607 m.

Site Code: 

LTER-EAP-JP-43

Shojin-sawa; Mt.Takahara; Tochigi - Japan

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LTER Site Classification/Category: 

Master

LTER Member Network: 

Japan (JaLTER)

General Site Description: 

Temperate deciduous broad leaved forest, Two beech species (Fagus japonica and Fagus crenata) are dominated.

Site Code: 

LTER-EAP-JP-44

LTER Plot of Tamakyuryo - Japan

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LTER Site Classification/Category: 

Master

LTER Member Network: 

Japan (JaLTER)

General Site Description: 

Suburban Tokyo

Site Code: 

LTER-EAP-JP-45

Miyazaki University Forests - Japan

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LTER Site Classification/Category: 

Regular

LTER Member Network: 

Japan (JaLTER)

General Site Description: 

Evergreen broadleaved forests and old Japanese cypress plantations

Site Code: 

LTER-EAP-JP-46

Suou-nada and Aki-nada in Seto Inland Sea - Japan

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LTER Site Classification/Category: 

Regular

LTER Member Network: 

Japan (JaLTER)

General Site Description: 

Seto Inland Sea is the largest inland sea of Japan including more than two thousand islands.

Site Code: 

LTER-EAP-JP-18

Sesoko Island Area - Japan

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LTER Site Classification/Category: 

Master

LTER Member Network: 

Japan (JaLTER)

General Site Description: 

Sesoko Island is located at the west of northern part of Okinawa Island, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan. Okinawa Prefecture is in subtropical climate, and islands of Okinawa are fringed by coral reefs.

Site Code: 

LTER-EAP-JP-20

Deep-sea in Sagami Bay - Japan

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LTER Site Classification/Category: 

Regular

LTER Member Network: 

Japan (JaLTER)

General Site Description: 

In spite of the fact that the area of Sagami Bay occupies only 0.05% of the total area of Japanese waters, the total species richness is 16.5% of the total Japanese species richness.

Site Code: 

LTER-EAP-JP-19

Mt. Gyebangsan - South Korea

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LTER Member Network: 

Korea Long-Term Ecological Research Committee (KLTER)

General Site Description: 

Mt.

Site Code: 

LTER-EAP-KR-1

Gwangneung Experimental Forest - South Korea

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LTER Member Network: 

Korea Long-Term Ecological Research Committee (KLTER)

General Site Description: 

The GEF (37° 44" 39' N, 127° 9" 22' E) is a well-preserved forest located in the central temperate forest sub zone of Gyeonggi-do, Korea.

Site Code: 

LTER-EAP-KR-2

Mt.Geumsan - South Korea

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LTER Member Network: 

Korea Long-Term Ecological Research Committee (KLTER)

Site Code: 

LTER-EAP-KR-3

Samcheok - South Korea

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LTER Member Network: 

Korea Long-Term Ecological Research Committee (KLTER)

Site Code: 

LTER-EAP-KR-4

Jeju island - South Korea

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LTER Member Network: 

Korea Long-Term Ecological Research Committee (KLTER)

General Site Description: 

The JJI (33° 18" 45' N, 126° 32" 31' E) belongs to a warm-temperate forest. However, Mt. Hallasan is the highest mountain in South Korea (1,950 m), and is surrounded by the sea.

Site Code: 

LTER-EAP-KR-5

Mt. Jiri - South Korea

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LTER Member Network: 

Korea Long-Term Ecological Research Committee (KLTER)

Site Code: 

LTER-EAP-KR-6

Mt. Namsan - South Korea

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LTER Member Network: 

Korea Long-Term Ecological Research Committee (KLTER)

Site Code: 

LTER-EAP-KR-9

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