28 datasets found

Keywords: soil water potential

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  • 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...
  • Krofdorf - Germany

    Krofdorf Forest hydrological research area 4 catchments: A1 (9 ha), A2 (20 ha), B1 (11 ha), B2 (14 ha)
  • LTER Zöbelboden Austria soil, soil water, soil respiration data

    Soil data of LTER Zöbelboden, Austria. Soil inventory is carried out since 1992 on regular positions (approx 65) in the catchment measuring soil chemistry. Soil water chemistry...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • OZCAR-RI M-TROPICS/MSEC, Houay Pano - Lao People's Democratic Republic

    Houay Pano is a small agricultural catchment (60 ha) of northern Lao PDR, 10 km from the UNESCO world heritage city of Luang Phrabang, in a sloping land environment monitored...
  • Augustendorf intensive forest monitoring site - Germany

    Intensive Forest Monitoring site with Pinus silvestris - Betula pendula forest
  • Bily Kriz - Czechia

    The site Bily Kriz (Bílý Kříž) is located in Moravian-Silesian Beskids Mountains. Ecosystem type: Managed secondary pure Norway spruce stand. Prevailing species: Norway spruce...
  • Podgorski Kras - Slovenia

    CARBON FLUXES IN TWO SUCCESSIONAL STAGES OF VEGETATION IN THE PODGORSKI KRAS. Research site represents karst grassland and different stages of secondary succession, occasionally...
  • Göttinger Wald intensive forest monitoring site - Germany

    Fagus sylvatica forest on limestone plateau
  • 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...
  • Weitra (WEI) - Austria

    The site was established in 2000 and is situated in Waldviertel (northern Lower Austria), the current stand being a Norway spruce monoculture. The bedrock is poor in nutrients...
  • 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...
  • Lange Bramke - Germany

    Forest Hydrological Research Basin Lange Bramke
  • Ehrhorn intensive monitoring site - Germany

    Quercus robur and Pinus silvestris forests on glacio-fluvial sediments
  • OZCAR-RI H+ PLOEMEUR - GUIDEL CZO - France

    The Ploemeur-Guidel observatory (Britanny, France) is focusing on surface-depth relationships in a fractured crystalline geological context and oceanic climate. It is built on 2...
  • 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...
  • 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...
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