26 datasets found

Keywords: forest cover

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  • 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....
  • Forest Cover Map - 2000/2006

    As in http://forest.jrc.ec.europa.eu/activities/forest-mapping/forest-cover-map-2000/ clipped for PA Montado and projected using EPSG:3763 (ETRS89/Portugal TM6).
  • Sierra Nevada / Granada (ES- SNE) - Spain

    Mountain site, alpine forests Sierra Nevada (Andalusia, SE Spain), is a mountainous region with an altitudinal range between 860 m and 3482 m a.s.l. covering more than 2000 km2....
  • TERENO Harz - central german lowland - Hohes Holz - Germany

    The Hohes Holz is a mixed beech forest, with an intensive research site with respect to carbon and water cycle at the northern border of the Bode catchment close to Magdeburg,...
  • TERENO Harz/Central German Lowland LTER - Germany

    In the framework of TERENO "terrestrial observatories" are set up in selected German regions for climate and landuse change studies. The Harz/Central German Lowland Observatory...
  • Vestskoven - Denmark

    Vestskoven is a 15 km2 ongoing afforestation area located 15 km west of central Copenhagen. Since 1967 arable land has successively been bought up for afforestation in order to...
  • Kdoshim (KDO) - Israel

    The Kedoshim-forest Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) is an experimental set up established in 2008 in a mature Pinus halepensis forest. This long-term research was designed...
  • Shita Wadi - Israel

    A small watershed that collects floods and run-off. The lowest place is home to a (relativity) dense Acacia savana. The slopes are completely bare. The wadi is covered with...
  • Collelongo-Selva Piana ABR1 - Italy

    Beech forest in the Central italian Apennines
  • 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...
  • Nationalpark Mols Bjerge - Denmark

    Mols Bjerge National Park or Nationalpark Mols Bjerge is a Danish national park in the area known as Mols Bjerge (lit.: Mols Hills) in Syddjurs Municipality, Central Jutland,...
  • 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...
  • Kopaonik National Park - Serbia

    Kopaonik is the largest and the longest mountain range in Serbia located in its central part. It is proclaimed a national park in 1981. The observatory site in Kopaonik is...
  • Hyytiälä SMEAR II LTER - Finland

    The SMEAR site (Station for Measuring Ecosystem-Atmosphere Relations) is situated in the Hyytiälä Forestry Field Station of the University of Helsinki. The site consists of a...
  • Bugac-Bocsa-Orgovany Site, KISKUN LTER - Hungary

    3 sites with 10 ha altogether; follow the long-term changes on sand steppe gaps of juniper-poplar forest in order to study the effect of fire
  • Tatra National Park (Poland) - forest types

    GIS layer - map of forest types. Forest typology based on abiotic habitat parameters such as soil fertility and moisture, widely used by the forestry sector. Also available are...
  • Jamtalferner - Austria

    The site is located at the main Alpine ridge in Silvretta group right at the border between Austria and Switzerland. Jamtalferner glacier and it's forefield is subject to...
  • National Park Hainich - Germany

    Hainich is a large deciduous forest area in Thuringia and is situated in central Germany not far from the town of Eisenach with the famous Wartburg Castle. With a total area of...
  • BEF China Main Experiment - China

    The joint Chinese-German-Swiss research project “BEF-China” (FOR 891) integrates more than 15 German, Swiss, and Chinese universities and institutes into 14 collaborative...
  • Burnt area

    Georeferenced areas burnt by wildfires, recorded by the Portuguese Institute for Nature Conservancy and Forests, a series from 1990-2014
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