meteorology

Total results: 101.

North Temperate Lakes LTER - United States of America

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Site Classification/Category: 

not applicable

LTER Member Network: 

United States (US LTER)

General Site Description: 

Our primary study sites include a set of seven northern Wisconsin and four southern Wisconsin lakes and their surrounding landscapes.

Site Code: 

LTER-NAM-US-27

Mooring H: Central Ross Sea - Italy

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Site Classification/Category: 

Regular

LTER Member Network: 

Italy (LTER-ITalia)

General Site Description: 

The Mooring H is located in the Central Ross Sea. The mooring is equipped with sediment traps, currentometers, trasmissometer, fluorimeter and CTD.

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_IT_072

Stubacher Sonnblickkees - Austria

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Site Classification/Category: 

Regular

LTER Member Network: 

Austria (LTER-Austria)

General Site Description: 

Stubacher Sonnblickkees (SSK) is located in the Hohe Tauern Range (Eastern Alps) in the south of Salzburg Province (Austria) in the region of Oberpinzgau in the upper Stubach Valley.

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_AT_023_001

Totenkopfkees - Austria

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Site Classification/Category: 

Extensive

LTER Member Network: 

Austria (LTER-Austria)

General Site Description: 

The Totenkopfkees is a cirque glacier located in the eastern Glocknergruppe in the upper most Stubach Valley in the vicinity of the Ödenwinkelkees.

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_AT_023_005

Ödenwinkelkees - Austria

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Site Classification/Category: 

Extensive

LTER Member Network: 

Austria (LTER-Austria)

General Site Description: 

The Ödenwinkelkees is a special glacier typ: a valley, cirque and debris covered glacier on the main northern crest of the hohe Tauern in the upper most stubach valley.

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_AT_023_002

Unteres Riffelkees - Austria

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Site Classification/Category: 

Extensive

LTER Member Network: 

Austria (LTER-Austria)

General Site Description: 

Reconstituted glacier by ice avalanches from Oberes Riffelkees(Totenlöcher). The Untere Riffelkees is a heavyly debris covered glacier tongue(Bergsturz around 1906).

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_AT_023_004

Kleineiserkees - Austria

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Site Classification/Category: 

Extensive

LTER Member Network: 

Austria (LTER-Austria)

General Site Description: 

The Kleineiserkees has disintegrated into two small cirque glaciers in the 2010s. They are located in the western Glocknergruppe in the upper Stubach Valley.

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_AT_023_006

Landeggkees - Austria

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Site Classification/Category: 

Extensive

LTER Member Network: 

Austria (LTER-Austria)

General Site Description: 

The Landeggkess (Landeckkees) is the middle glacier of several disconected small parts of a former bigger cirque glacier. The glacier is situated at the headwall of Ödtal, a tributary of the Stubac

Site Code: 

LTER_EU_AT_023_007

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