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Loch Leven - United Kingdom

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Fresh Water Lakes

General Site Description: 

UK ECN site. Loch Leven is the largest, shallow, relatively nutrient-rich, lowland loch (lake) in Scotland. It lies at an altitude of 107m.

Lago Scuro Parmense - Italy

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Biome : 

Fresh Water Lakes

General Site Description: 

Lake Scuro Parmense is an oligotrophic dimictic lake of glacial origin located in the Tuscan Emilian Apennines National Park at an altitude of 1527 m a.s.l.

Braila Islands - Romania

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Biome : 

Agricultural

General Site Description: 

"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 (kilometer 25

Las Tablas de Daimiel National Park - Spain

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Biome : 

Fresh Water Lakes

General Site Description: 

Las Tablas de Daimiel National Park (TDNP) is a floodplain wetland located at Central Spain in the core of La Mancha Húmeda Biosphere Reserve.

Darss-Zingst Bodden - Germany

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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.

Park Shaked (PSK), LTSER Northern Negev - Israel

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Desert-scrub

General Site Description: 

Designation: Ecosystem research and management under land-use and climate change. Climate: Mean annual precipitation 150-200mm between November and April; mean maximum summer temperature 34° C, mean

Balaton LTSER - Hungary

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Biome : 

Fresh Water Lakes

General Site Description: 

The Balaton LTSER Platform is dedicated to the study of the largest shallow lake in Eastern Europe, situated in the mid-western part of Hungary.