22 datasets found

Keywords: soil particle size

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  • Gresten - Am Salcher Landslide Observatory - Austria

    The ENGAGE working group (Geomorphological Systems and Risk Research at the Institute for Geography and Regional Research) has been running a long-term monitoring project to...
  • Ravels Forest - Belgium

    This LTER-site corresponds with a 0.25 ha intensive forest monitoring plot (ICP Forests Level II) including a 0.25 ha buffer zone. The site is located in a homogeneous stand of...
  • National Park Hoge Kempen - Belgium

    The total NPHK is currently (since 2020) about 12,000 ha, but the eLTER site corresponds to the former perimeter of the NPHK and represents an urbanised protected area of about...
  • Hohe Tauern National Park - Austria

    Hohe Tauern NP was established more than 40 years ago as one of the biggest protected areas in Central Europe to protect at long-term wide areas of the Austrian main-ridge of...
  • HOBE - the Danish hydrological observatory - Denmark

    The HOBE experimental catchment is located in the western part of Denmark. The topography of the catchment is relatively flat. The surface elevations in the eastern part of the...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Park Shaked (PSK), LTSER Northern Negev - Israel

    Designation: Ecosystem research and management under land-use and climate change. Climate: Mean annual precipitation 150-200mm between November and April; mean maximum summer...
  • 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,...
  • Soil characteristics and Carbon fluxes

    Carbon fluxes between soil, vegetation and atmosphere are only partially known for mountain grasslands, also owing to the complex geological matrix, to the wide variations in...
  • Métropole du Grand Nancy - France

    L’objectif scientifique principal du projet est d’éclairer, par la mise en œuvre et l’extension d’un réseau de mesures de la qualité des sols urbains, la connaissance sur les...
  • 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....
  • Hofermühle Landslide Monitoring Site - Austria

    The ENGAGE working group (Geomorphological Systems and Risk Research at the Institute for Geography and Regional Research) has been running a long-term monitoring project to...
  • Ichtegem - Wijnendale Forest - Belgium

    The LTER-site of Wijnendale Forest is a 90 ha scientific zone located in a larger mixed atlantic beech-oak-woodland (300 ha), in the North-West of Belgium, 20 km south of...
  • Gontrode - Aelmoeseneie Forest - Belgium

    The Aelmoeseneie Forest is a 28.5 ha mixed deciduous forest in the community of Gontrode, just southeast of Ghent. The largest part of the forest is ‘ancient forest’, i.e. it is...
  • Doode Bemde - Belgium

    The site comprises 4 km stretch of a complete alluvial floodplane managed as a private nature reserve some 10 kilometer upstream of the city of Leuven. Since 1990, human...
  • Jardin associatif des Eglantiers - France

    Site d’étude approfondie et de suivi de la qualité des sols depuis 2011 en tant que sol destiné à une production alimentaire, support actuellement d’une expérimentation de...
  • Clocaenog: Long-term monitoring site for climate change research - United Kin...

    The site is located in Clocaenog Forest in North East Wales (53o 03’ 19’’N -03o 27’ 55’’ W). It is a typical upland west-atlantic moorland, dominated by the evergreen shrub...
  • LTER NoeSLIDE - Austria

    Landslides (translational and rotational slides, debris flows, rock avalanches, rock falls, etc.) rank among the most common natural hazards in Lower Austria. As these processes...
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