159 datasets found

Keywords: ecosystem service

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  • Stronger together: Do coral reefs enhance seagrass meadows "blue carbon" pote...

    Seagrass meadows are important for carbon storage, this carbon is known as "blue carbon" and represents a vital ecosystem service. Recently there has been growing interest in...
  • Teshio Experimental Forest - North Hokkaido Experimental Forests - Japan

    Teshio Experimental Forest (TEEF) is the northernmost university experimental forest in Japan, and was established in 1912. Total area of TEEF is ca. 22,500ha and is located...
  • Avdat (AVD) - Israel

    The site established in 1958. We can still find in the site the remains of terraces from the Nabatean agriculture runoff. The main research topics that being studied in the site...
  • 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...
  • Trnava LTSER - Slovakia

    LTSER Trnava is located in the south-west Slovakia, in territory of one city (Trnava) and 22 rural municipalities with total area of 364 km2. Arable land dominate (75.1 %),...
  • The North Valley and South Valley experimental catchment, Akazu Research Fore...

    The Akazu Research Forest is the main research forest where much research related to ecohydrology and relevant research fields is conducted. The following topics are of...
  • Loch Leven - United Kingdom

    UK ECN site. Loch Leven is the largest, shallow, relatively nutrient-rich, lowland loch (lake) in Scotland. It lies at an altitude of 107m. It has a surface area of 13.3km2 and...
  • 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...
  • Gilat (GLT), LTSER Northen Negev - Israel

    A Loess plain is devoted to agro – ecosystem and climate change research. The site is subdivided into permanent plots which are exposed to various manipulations. The...
  • LTER Observatory HAUSGARTEN - Germany

    HAUSGARTEN comprises 21 permanent stations covering a depth range of 300 to 5.500 m water depth. Repeated water and sediment sampling and the deployment of moorings and...
  • Black Sea - Bulgaria

    Black Sea site includes three areas: cape Kaliakra, cape Galata and Varna Bay, and Koketrays Sand bank (only for macrozoobenthos). They were chosen on the base of historical...
  • Curonian Spit National Park - Lithuania

    Kuršių nerija, the Curonian Spit, is a narrow strip of sand stretching 98 kilometres along the Baltic Sea in western Lithuania. The Curonian Spit is a unique and vulnerable,...
  • 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...
  • Fruska gora - Serbia

    LTER site Fruška gora is located on Fruska gora mountain, an isolated island mountain in Pannonia plain, completely surrounded by lowland. Its highest peak Crveni cot has 549m....
  • NINA Aquatic Research Station, Ims - Norway

    NINA Aquatic Research Station, Ims provides advanced research facilities on aquatic research, primarily focused on fish ecology
  • Companhia das Lezírias - Portugal

    Companhia das Lezírias is one of the six research and monitoring stations of LTER-Montado, an umbrella site located in the Alentejo province in south Portugal (southwestern...
  • Rimov reservoir - Czechia

    The Římov Reservoir was constructed in 1971–1978 at 21.85 km of the Malše River (tributary of the Vltava River), downstream its confluence with the Černá stream. The reservoir...
  • Niwot Ridge - United States of America

    The Niwot Ridge Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) site was established in 1980 with support from the National Science Foundation. The topography, climate and biota of the...
  • LTsER-Montado - Portugal

    Cork (Quercus suber) and holm (Quercus ilex L.) oaks were probably the dominant oak species in the Iberian Peninsula south of the Cantabrian/ Pyrenean mountains since the end of...
  • 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...
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