164 datasets found

Keywords: water alkalinity

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  • Sonnblick Observatory - Austria

    The Sonnblick Observatory is located in the Austrian Central Alps at an elevation of 3100 m a.s.l. It is situated at the alpine main divide, which is a clear climatological...
  • OZCAR-RI Aurade Catchment - France

    Small agricultural catchment (320 ha) with 30 years of data to study impact of climate change and agricultural practices on soil erosion, weathering rate and river fluxes....
  • Plum Island Ecosystems - United States of America

    The Plum Island Ecosystems (PIE) LTER research site consists of coupled watersheds and estuaries in northeastern Massachusetts, USA. The Ipswich River (400km2), Parker River...
  • Lago Monte Lerno - Italy

    Lake Monte Lerno (IT10-004-A) is located in the North East part of Sardinia in the municipality of Pattada. Its construction was completed in 1980. The catchment area is...
  • OZCAR-RI SNO_Karst : Karst Craie - France

    The Chalk Karst observatory groups different karst sites on the Cretaceous Chalk located at the Paris Basin (Norville, Radicatel, Yport, Saint-Martin-Le-Nœud). These karst...
  • River Lathkill - United Kingdom

    UK ECN site. The River Lathkill is located in the Peak District National Park and is designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). The site is part of a the Peak...
  • 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...
  • Narrator Brook - United Kingdom

    UK Upland Waters Monitoring Network (UK UWMN) site. Narrator Brook lies in the Dartmoor National Park, south-west England. The study catchment covers 446 ha and drains into the...
  • River Frome - United Kingdom

    UK ECN site. The River Frome is essentially a rural catchment of high amenity and ecological value. The upper part of the catchment lies within the Dorset Area of Outstanding...
  • River Bure - United Kingdom

    UK ECN site. The River Bure is one of the major rivers flowing through the Norfolk Broads. The sampling site at Horstead Mill (National Grid Ref. 6267 3198) is in its middle...
  • Beagh's Burn - United Kingdom

    UK Upland Waters Monitoring Network (UK UWMN) site. Beagh's Burn lies in the Glens of Antrim in north-eastern Northern Ireland. The catchment area is 302 ha and rises steeply...
  • Nationalpark Neusiedler See - Seewinkel - Austria

    The Neusiedler See - Seewinkel National Park is the first cross-border National Park in Austria and the first Austrian National Park recognised by the IUCN. It covers in total...
  • Dongting Lake Station of Wetland Eco-system - China

    Dongting Lake Station (29º30'N, 112º48'E) located in East Dongting Lake in Yueyang City, Hunan Province. The station has good geographical advantage, convenient transportation,...
  • Gulf of Trieste - Slovenia

    The separation line of the semi-enclosed northern basin from the rest of the Adriatic Sea is conventionally defined at the 100 m isobath, at about 43°20’N, from where the bottom...
  • Svartberget Research Station - Sweden

    The Svartberget Field-research Infrastructure hosts several unique long-term field research programs, starting in the early 1920’s when the Experimental Forests were established...
  • The Pilica River LTER - Poland

    The Pilica River watershed is located in central Poland (length:342 km, catchment area: 9258km2). Its mean and maximum discharge is 21.2 and 139m3 s−1, respectively. Agriculture...
  • Old Lodge - United Kingdom

    UK ECN and UK UWMN site. Old Lodge is a stream site within a catchment of 240 ha in Ashdown Forest, SE England. The altitude of the catchment ranges between 94 m and 198 m. The...
  • Masby - Sweden

    Coniferous forest.
  • River Exe - United Kingdom

    UK ECN site. This site at Thorverton weir on the River Exe drains the Exmoor National Park and is situated above the City of Exeter and the more industrialised sub-catchment of...
  • LTSER Zone Atelier Seine - Plaine alluviale de la Bassée - France

    The Bassée floodplain is a large area in the Seine river basin (~ 50 km long and 5-10 km wide). Series of hydrological installations (dikes, channelization, damming, drainage,...
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