Continuous operation

Total results: 8.

LTSER Zone Atelier Loire - France

EMF Icon

UUID: 

d2ffb931-ecac-48f9-8474-3d382d43f3f6

Biome : 

Fresh Water Rivers

General Site Description: 

The LTSER Zone Atelier Loire belongs to LTER-France network. The ZAL studies the Loire River basin (127 000 km2) on a long term scale (-15000 years until today).

Belgian coastal waters and sand bank systems - Belgium

EMF Icon

UUID: 

e83a90a3-2fb4-49bc-8991-a1d5b017ae19

Biome : 

Marine

General Site Description: 

The Belgian part of the North Sea (BPNS) covers the most south-western part of the North Sea and is bordered by the English Channel to the south-west and by the central part of the North Sea to the n

VLIZ Marine Observatory - Belgium

EMF Icon

UUID: 

7c1cb7b8-8635-4d9c-8cb3-61559c8a66bc

Biome : 

Marine

General Site Description: 

To support the marine biodiversity and ecosystem dynamics research community in Belgium, the Flanders Marine Institute (VLIZ) has set up a local marine biodiversity observatory.

National Park Hunsrück-Hochwald - Germany

EMF Icon

UUID: 

6d2f8953-afae-4449-b45e-9ae4e4606d31

Biome : 

Mixed Forest

General Site Description: 

The national park Hunsrück-Hochwald is situated in the north-east of the nature park Saar-Hunsrück.

OZCAR-RI ORACLE/BVRE Orgeval - France

EMF Icon

UUID: 

1c277cc2-7f3e-430f-92e2-a7dfb64d4ed9

Biome : 

Agricultural

General Site Description: 

The ORACLE observatory is located 70 km East of Paris, France. Most of the area, in a sedimentary basin, is made of a relatively flat plateau (Alt.

Gesäuse National Park - Austria

EMF Icon

UUID: 

f475dd9a-968f-4640-bac4-1eac12987e67

Biome : 

Alpine

General Site Description: 

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 hectares.

Gossenköllesee - Austria

EMF Icon

UUID: 

6ba80086-3ecc-4dc6-ab2f-a225003f7ba4

Biome : 

Alpine

General Site Description: 

The mountainous Gossenköllesee is located in the Stubaier Alps at an elevation of 2,417 m.