169 datasets found

Keywords: inorganic nutrient content

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  • Ore estuary (Orefjarden), Umea Marine Sciences Centre (LTER) - Sweden

    Umeå Marine Sciences Centre produces long term marine time series in the coastal and off-shore environments of the Gulf of Bothnia. The Ore estuary is proposed as the primary...
  • 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...
  • Krofdorf - Germany

    Krofdorf Forest hydrological research area 4 catchments: A1 (9 ha), A2 (20 ha), B1 (11 ha), B2 (14 ha)
  • 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...
  • Hochwechsel (HW) - Austria

    The alpine site is located in East Styria, the current stand is a Norway spruce monoculture. Measurements were begun in 1990. Primary research questions center around the lack...
  • 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...
  • River Cree - United Kingdom

    UK ECN site. The River Cree has a catchment area of 515.7km2, much of which is afforested, and a total river length of 57.5km. It has become one of the most acidic catchments in...
  • Lago Maggiore - Italy

    Lake Maggiore was studied since the beginning of last century although not systematically. Regular research started by the foundation in 1938 of the Italian Institute of...
  • Gulf of Trieste - Slovenia

    The separation line of the semi-enclosed northern basin from the rest of the Adriatic Sea is conventionally defined at the 100 m isobath, at about 43°20’N, from where the bottom...
  • 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...
  • Beagh's Burn - United Kingdom

    UK Upland Waters Monitoring Network (UK UWMN) site. Beagh's Burn lies in the Glens of Antrim in north-eastern Northern Ireland. The catchment area is 302 ha and rises steeply...
  • Waroneu - Belgium

    Waroneu is a 83 ha forested catchment located in the east of Belgium (« Hertogenwald »: Duke's forest) within the municipality of Baelen. In 2011, it was covered with 38%...
  • River Coquet - United Kingdom

    UK ECN site. The River Coquet rises at Coquet Head on the Scottish border and flows generally eastward, draining the southern flanks of the Cheviot Hills, finally discharging...
  • LTSER Zone Atelier Pyrénées-Garonne - France

    The ZA PYGAR covers the whole Garonne river basin up to the upper part of the Gironde estuary (La Reole station). Within this territory, research is structured around 4 main...
  • Willerzie - Belgium

    ICP forest monitoring plots: 0.5 ha of fenced stand + 20 m buffer area. Managment, data collection and reserch activities carried on by catholic university of Louvain (UCL)
  • River Eden (Kent) - United Kingdom

    UK ECN site. The River Eden is a tributary of the River Medway in Kent. It rises south of Caterham and flows eastward through the Wealden clay to join the River Medway near...
  • Otsuchi Bay - Japan

    Otsuchi bay is one of the bays on the Sanriku ria coast of northern Japan opening into the western North Pacific Ocean, which was heavily impacted by the mega-earthquake and...
  • Santa Barbara Coastal LTER - United States of America

    The Santa Barbara Coastal LTER is located in the coastal zone of southern California near Santa Barbara. It is bounded by the steep east-west trending Santa Ynez Mountains and...
  • Lago Scuro Parmense - Italy

    Lake Scuro Parmense is an oligotrophic dimictic lake of glacial origin located in the Tuscan Emilian Apennines National Park at an altitude of 1527 m a.s.l. It has a surface...
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