Species abundance

Total results: 39.

Sesoko Island Area - Japan

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UUID: 

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Biome : 

Marine

General Site Description: 

Sesoko Island is located at the west of northern part of Okinawa Island, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan. Okinawa Prefecture is in subtropical climate, and islands of Okinawa are fringed by coral reefs.

Darss-Zingst Bodden - Germany

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Biome : 

Coastal

General Site Description: 

The Darss-Zingster Bodden is a tideless flat brackish inner coastal water of the Southern Baltic Sea. It consists of 4 consecutive water basins connected by narrow streams.

Golfo dell'Asinara - Italy

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UUID: 

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Biome : 

Marine

General Site Description: 

The Asinara Gulf covers approximately 500 km2 and is the second largest bay in Sardinia.

Laguna di Venezia - Italy

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UUID: 

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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

LTER Marechiara - Italy

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UUID: 

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Biome : 

Marine

General Site Description: 

The Gulf of Naples has an extension of ca 870 kmq and an average depth of 170 m.

National Park Schleswig-Holstein Wadden Sea - Germany

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UUID: 

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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

Helgoland Roads - Germany

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Biome : 

Coastal

General Site Description: 

Helgoland Roads summary The Helgoland Roads time-series, located at the island of Helgoland in the German Bight, approximately 60 km off the German mainland (54°11'N 7°54'E), is one of the

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