environmental change

Total results: 9.

Monumento Naturale Torre Flavia (Roma) - Italy

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UUID: 

e618c7ca-2b92-46cb-9156-d87336c5a81f

Biome : 

Coastal

General Site Description: 

The site, located along the Tyrrhenian coast, north of Rome city, is a Special Protection Area (SPA) for migratory and nesting birds (Anatidae, Ardeidae).

Sourhope - United Kingdom

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UUID: 

125d4667-0fae-418d-88ff-7d9930809d12

Biome : 

Grasslands

General Site Description: 

UK ECN site. The ECN site at Sourhope is managed by the James Hutton Institute with consent and support from Roxburghe Estate.

IT22 - Mar Piccolo of Taranto - Italy

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UUID: 

ac3f674d-2922-47f6-b1d8-2c91daa81ce1

Biome : 

Coastal

General Site Description: 

The Mar Piccolo is an inner, semi-enclosed sea located on the North of the town of Taranto showing lagoon features.

Burnsmuir & the Cairngorms LTSER platform - United Kingdom

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UUID: 

7cca1b16-8bd7-40ab-b5a1-0e8ef03c40c2

Biome : 

Grasslands

General Site Description: 

This site comprises two separate but linked sites in Scotland. Burnsmuir is a landscape area close to Edinburgh. Within its area are two established research locations, Whim Bog and Auchencorth Moss.

Functional Gradient of Atlantic Forest - Brazil

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UUID: 

8b627268-5fcc-4587-ad4c-46ee43077746

Biome : 

Rainforest

General Site Description: 

This research site develops long-term ecological studies in experimental units located in Protected Areas along the altitudinal gradient of Atlantic Forest types: Low Altitude Ombrophilous Dense Fores

Mar Piccolo of Taranto - Italy

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UUID: 

ede24c6e-9cf2-4cf8-8bf7-36ba327403b4

Biome : 

Coastal

General Site Description: 

The Mar Piccolo is an inner, semi-enclosed sea located on the North of the town of Taranto showing lagoon features.

Biodiversity Data Project

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Data Product Type: 

  • Biodiversity and species richness (incl. population)

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Abstract: 

Standardised monitoring of animal taxa (Aves, Lepidoptera Rhopalocera, Orthoptera, Araneae, Coleoptera Staphylinidae, Coleoptera Carabidae, Hymenoptera Formicidae, pollinators), sampled in fixed plots along altitudinal/environmental gradients in the NW Alps. Sampling methodologies and temporal resolution differ among taxa. For each taxonomic group both semi-quantitative data (directly deriving from monitoring activities) and the characteristics of each species (describing its functional role, distribution and vulnerability) have been archived. The fixed plots are essentially the sampling units (circular plots of 100 m radius), in which also environmental, topographic and microclimatic data have been collected.

Date Range: 

2006-05-15 to 2016-10-15