Crustaceans

Total results: 13.

Laguna di Venezia - Italy

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Biome : 

Coastal

General Site Description: 

Ecosystem Type: Transitional Waters Several stations studied in the frame of various research programs UTM (33T) Coordinates min X 272981 max X 315416; min Y 5006977 max Y 5049706. The Venice Lag

National Park Schleswig-Holstein Wadden Sea - Germany

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Biome : 

Coastal

General Site Description: 

The tidal flats between Den Helder in the Netherlands and Esbjerg in Denmark are the largest continuous tidal flats in the world and one of the last areas in Europe where nature can still develop to a

Acquatina - Italy

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Biome : 

Coastal

General Site Description: 

In the past the Acquatina basin was part of a vast brackish system periodically invaded by the Adriatic Sea.

Alimini - Italy

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Biome : 

Coastal

General Site Description: 

The Alimini Grande Lake has an elongate shape that develops almost parallel to the Adriatic coastline and overall its extension is 1,37 sqkm.

LTER Lacco Ameno - Italy

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Biome : 

Marine

General Site Description: 

Researches on marine benthic organisms around the Flegrean islands in the Gulf of Naples have been traditionally performed at the Stazione Zoologica since its foundation in 1872.

North Sea Benthos Observatory - Germany

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Biome : 

Marine

General Site Description: 

The North Sea Benthos Observatory included several endo- and epibenthic long-term series in the North Sea (see map), which provide a comprehensive and habitat-specific assessment of temporal variabili

Belgian coastal waters and sand bank systems - Belgium

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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

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