80 datasets found

Keywords: lake ecology

  • Ohrid and Prespa - North Macedonia

    The Region of Ohrid and the Prespa Lakes, situated in south-western Europe (40°40’- 41°2'N latitude; 20°23’-21°16’E longitude), extends across the borders of Albania, Greece,...
  • Lower River Clyde - United Kingdom

    UK ECN site. The catchment area of the River Clyde is about 2000km2 and the river changes in character a great deal in its 121km journey to the tidal weir in Glasgow. In its...
  • 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...
  • Oulanka Research Station (Oulanka LTER) - Finland

    Oulanka Research Station is part of the Thule Institute and is situated in Kuusamo as a regional unit of the University of Oulu. The station is situated in the Oulanka river...
  • Gesäuse National Park - Austria

    The Gesäuse Nationalpark was founded in 2002 and is located in Styria, in the Center of Austria. It is Austrias third largest National Park with an area of about 11,000...
  • 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...
  • Lago di Tovel - Italy

    Lake Tovel has a long history of limnological research and over 300 publications since the late 1800s, including an intensive study by E. Baldi in the 1930s, document the...
  • 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...
  • NINA Aquatic Research Station, Ims - Norway

    NINA Aquatic Research Station, Ims provides advanced research facilities on aquatic research, primarily focused on fish ecology
  • 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...
  • Piburger See - Austria

    Piburger See is a small mountain lake in the Eastern Alps (Austria) and was part of the OECD study on eutrophication (OECD, 1980). This lake experienced cultural eutrophication...
  • Lago Sos Canales - Italy

    Lake Sos Canales (IT10-005-A) is located in north-eastern Sardinia. The reservoir was built in 1956 with the damming of the Tirso River. The reservoir lies at 714 m a. s. l. and...
  • Braila Islands - Romania

    "Braila Islands" site with a total surface of over 2600 km2 is situated in the South-East of Romania corresponding to a 78 km long Danube sector that stretches between Harsova...
  • LTSER Platform Eisenwurzen (EW) - Austria

    The LTSER platform Eisenwurzen represents both a natural space and a historically developed social and economic area. It does not correspond exactly to federal county borders...
  • Lake Kitaura - Japan

    Lake Kitaura is typical eutrophic lake in Japan. The maximum and average depth is 10 m and 4.5 m, respectively.
  • Lake Trasimeno - Italy

    Lake Trasimeno (Umbria, Italy) is a shallow meso-eutrophic lake of a remarkable naturalistic importance (Natura 2000 site, S.C.I., S.P.Z. and Regional Park). Despite its large...
  • Lago di Candia - Italy

    Lake Candia is a small and shallow lake, located in North-Westerm Italy. The mean elevation is 226 m a.s.l., the surface is 1,5 km², the max depth 7,7 m, the mean depth 4,7 m...
  • Lago Paione Inferiore - Italy

    Lake Paione Inferiore is a high altitude Alpine lake, located at 2002 m a.s.l. in the Bognanco Valley, Province of Verbania, Piedmont Region, Italy. It has a surface area of...
  • LTSER Veluwe - Netherlands

    The area defined as ‘the Veluwe’ lies in the province of Gelderland, the Netherlands, West of the river IJssel and North of the river Rhine. The region hosts the largest...