35 datasets found

Keywords: below ground autotrophic respiration

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  • Krkonose/Karkonosze - Czechia

    The Krkonoše Mts. are the highest Hercynian mountains and are situated close to the 50°N and creates a natural mountain ridge, which stops the humid and cold west winds coming...
  • Jussy - Switzerland

    The forest site "Jussy" has been installed in 1995 as part of the Swiss Long-term Forest Ecosystem Research Programme LWF. The programme investigates anthropogenic and natural...
  • Tomakomai Experimental Forest - Japan

    Tomakomai Experimental Forest (TOEF) was established in 1904, as a field of research and education about forest science. The forest covers 2,715ha of lowland area near the...
  • Braila Islands - Romania

    "Braila Islands" site with a total surface of over 2600 km2 is situated in the South-East of Romania corresponding to a 78 km long Danube sector that stretches between Harsova...
  • Alice Holt - United Kingdom

    UK ECN site. Alice Holt forest lies in the Weald between the North and South Downs in southern England. Alice Holt Forest Park covers 851 hectares of mainly Corsican pine but...
  • Achenkirch-Mühleggerköpfl (ACH-Mue) - Austria

    Norway Spruce-Fir-Red Beech Forest on Limestone The experimental site Mühleggerköpfl is located on the northern edge of the Alps and receives air pollutants that are transported...
  • Changwu Agro-Ecological Experimental Station in Loess Plateau - China

    Changwu station was found in 1984 as one of field experiment stations of Institute of Soil and Water Conservation, Chinese Academy of Sciences (ISWC, CAS). It joined the Chinese...
  • Värriö Research Station (Värriö LTER) - Finland

    Värriö Subarctic Research Station is located in the Värriö Strict Nature Reserve, Eastern Lapland, in the northern corner of the municipality of Salla. The station represents...
  • Shennongjia Biodiversity Research Station - China

    Shennongjia Station is located in Xingshan County, Hubei Province, China. It is located in the southern slope of Mount Shennongjia. The altitude is 1290m above sea level. The...
  • TERENO - Wüstebach - Germany

    The Wüstebach catchment is located in the Eifel National Park and covers an area of 38.5 ha, with mean altitude of about 610 m. The geology is dominated by Devonian shale, which...
  • Aneboda, IM-site SE14 - Sweden

    Nature reserve, Natura 2000, Protected coniferous blueberry forest, catchment, IM site, Podzol soil.
  • Dinghu Mountain Research of Forest Ecosystem - China

    DHS has well protected monsoon evergreen broadleaf forest and its successional forests. Therefore, DHS is an ideal place to research successional processes and patterns of...
  • LTER Zöbelboden - Austria

    The Zöbelboden was established in 1992 as the only Integrated Monitoring station in Austria under the UN Convention on long-range transboundary air pollution (CLRTAP). In 2006...
  • Arctic Tundra LTER - United States of America

    The Arctic LTER research site is in the foothills region of the North Slope of Alaska and includes the entire Toolik Lake watershed and the adjacent watershed of the upper...
  • Fray Jorge Experimental Site - Chile

    The Fray Jorge experimental site is located inside the Fray Jorge National Park, in the Region of Coquimbo. Its characteristic vegetation is Mediterranean and at the top of the...
  • Laegeren - Switzerland

    The site is located next to Wettingen in the canton of Aargau, within a natural, mixed forest stand which mainly consists of 150 year-old beech (Fagus sylvatica) and 120-170...
  • Akkeshi-ko estuary and Akkeshi Bay - Japan

    Akkeshi JaLTER site locate along the Pacific coast of Eastern Hokkaido. It consists of various habitats such as Bekanbeushi river system, Akkeshi-ko estuary and Akkeshi Bay,...
  • Rosalia Lehrforst - Austria

    The University forest is about 1000 ha, covered with all major tree species and forest types in Austria (Norway spruce, Fir, Larch, Scots pine, Beech, Oak, etc). The forest area...
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