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 can still develop to a great extent without human influence. So that this can continue, the German coastal states declared it as National Parks: in 1985 the Schleswig- Holstein Wadden Sea, in 1986 Lower Saxony Wadden Sea and in 1990 the Hamburg Wadden Sea. The Wadden Sea in Schleswig-Holstein, Niedersachsen and the Netherlands was placed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2009.

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Creator Klaus Kossmagk-Stephan
Publisher Long-Term Ecosystem Research in Europe
Contributor DEIMS-SDR Site and Dataset registry deims.org
Publication Year 2012
Rights No conditions apply to access and use; no limitations to public access
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Contact Klaus.Kossmagk-Stephan(at)lkn.landsh.de
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Language English
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Discipline Agriculture, Forestry, Horticulture, Aquaculture; Agriculture, Forestry, Horticulture, Aquaculture and Veterinary Medicine; Ancient Cultures; Archaeology; Atmospheric Sciences; Biogeography; Biology; Biospheric Sciences; Chemistry; Climatology; Ecology; Environmental Research; Geography; Geology; Geosciences; Geospheric Sciences; History; Humanities; Land Use; Life Sciences; Medicine; Medicine and Health; Meteorology; Natural Sciences; Physiology; Social Sciences; Social and Behavioural Sciences; Soil Sciences
Spatial Coverage (8.217W, 53.866S, 8.917E, 55.046N)