268 datasets found

Keywords: species abundance

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  • Burnsmuir & the Cairngorms LTSER platform - United Kingdom

    This site comprises two separate but linked sites in Scotland. Burnsmuir is a landscape area close to Edinburgh. Within its area are two established research locations, Whim Bog...
  • Weitra (WEI) - Austria

    The site was established in 2000 and is situated in Waldviertel (northern Lower Austria), the current stand being a Norway spruce monoculture. The bedrock is poor in nutrients...
  • Parque Nacional da Serra da Bodoquena - Brazil

    A National Park with karstic characteristics; several endemic taxa including plants and animals; savanna like vegetation (cerrado) and deciduous forest fragments; intesive land...
  • Rio Cupeyes NEON - United States of America

    The Rio Cupeyes (CUPE) core aquatic wadeable stream field site is part of the NEON Altantic Neotropical domain 04. The site is located in a rainforest area within the mountains...
  • National Park Schleswig-Holstein Wadden Sea - Germany

    The tidal flats between Den Helder in the Netherlands and Esbjerg in Denmark are the largest continuous tidal flats in the world and one of the last areas in Europe where nature...
  • Pu'u Maka'ala Natural Area Reserve NEON - United States of America

    NEON's PUUM field site is located in the Pu'u Maka'ala Natural Area Reserve (NAR) on the eastern side of Hawaii's Big Island, managed by the Hawaii Division of Forestry and...
  • Onaqui NEON - United States of America

    The Onaqui (ONAQ) field site is a core terrestrial site within NEON's Domain 15: Great Basin. The Onaqui site is located approximately 80km southwest of Salt Lake City. It is...
  • CH-SN1-MBU - Switzerland

    lowest GLORIA summit on dolomite in the Swiss Nationa Park region
  • Montado in Alentejo Natura 2000 sites - Portugal

    Montados (or dehesas in Spanish) are traditional agro-forestry systems with a savanna type structure, characteristic of the Mediterranean Basin. In Portugal, Montados are mainly...
  • Camargue Biosphere Reserve - France

    The Camargue Biosphere Reserve covers 193 000 ha, including 50% of natural and semi-natural habitats dominated by lagoons, brackish/freshwater open and reed marshes, halophilous...
  • Great Smoky Mountains National Park NEON - United States of America

    This relocatable terrestrial NEON site, comprised of 13 square miles within the 814 square miles of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, is characterized by abundant...
  • Healy NEON - United States of America

    The Healy (HEAL) terrestrial field site is located on public land managed by the Alaska Department of Natural Resources and surrounded on three sides by Denali National Park and...
  • Scoat Tarn - United Kingdom

    UK ECN and UK UWMN site. Scoat Tarn in the English Lake District is a typical mountain corrie lake, being small and deep with an area of 5.2 ha and a maximum depth of 20 m. The...
  • Kiskun Restoration Experiments, KISKUN LTER - Hungary

    The restoration sites are located in abandoned arable land and clear-cut tree plantations mostly, but not entirely within LTER Fulophaza that is a high diversity site, both in...
  • FORBIO Zedelgem - Belgium

    FORBIO is an innovative, large-scale forest biodiversity experiment established in Belgium between 2009 and 2012. The acronym stands for assessment of the effects of tree...
  • BR_Natal_Restinga_Forest - Brazil

    Restinga semideciduous broadleaf forest with trees varying between 4 and 10 meters tall growing on nutrient-poor white sand soils distributed parallel to the Atlantic coastline....
  • Tatras - alpine summits - Slovakia

    The Site was established in 2001 as a part of research initiative GLORIA (Global Observation Research Initiative in Alpine Environments) and as a long-term observation network...
  • FORBIO Hechtel-Eksel - Belgium

    FORBIO is an innovative, large-scale forest biodiversity experiment established in Belgium between 2009 and 2012. The acronym stands for assessment of the effects of tree...
  • IT23 - Gran Paradiso National Park - Italy

    The site corresponds to the territory of Gran Paradiso National Park. This includes different ecosystems, present along the altitudinal gradient (ca. 800 – 4000 m asl): the...
  • Luess intensive monitoring site - Germany

    mixed Fagus sylvatica - Quercus petraea forest on glacio-fluvial sediments
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