The additional UKCEH sites are internationally-known locations such as Whim Bog, Conwy and Plynlimon. They are the focus for a range of long-term ecosystem studies. The Cairngorms National Park LTSER platform is the UK's first LTSER. It is a partnership aiming to encourage collaborative, multi-disciplinary studies to enhance social, economic and ecological knowledge relevant to the sustainable management of the park. The ECN and UKCEH sites included in the UK LTER collectively cover a wide range of upland and lowland habitats including moorland, chalk grassland, woods and forests, farmland, small ponds and streams, large rivers and lakes.
|Alice Holt (LTER_EU_UK_055)|
|Allt a'Mharcaidh (LTER_EU_UK_031)|
|Birnie Burn (LTER_EU_UK_044)|
|Bradgate Brook (LTER_EU_UK_026)|
|Burnsmuir & the Cairngorms LTSER platform (LTER_EU_UK_077)|
|Cairngorms (ECN site) (LTER_EU_UK_058)|
|Cairngorms National Park LTSER (LTER_EU_UK_059)|
|Cringle Brook (LTER_EU_UK_024)|
|Esthwaite Water (LTER_EU_UK_005)|
*This page is generated automatically using the available information in DEIMS-SDR describing the sites in this network/RI. Sites that are not documented on DEIMS-SDR are not featured on this page. We cannot therefore guarantee that this page will always reflect the actual list of sites for the network/RI.