change in population size over time

Total results: 59.

Baixo Sabor LTER - Portugal

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UUID: 

45722713-80e3-4387-a47b-82c97a6ef62b

Biome : 

Agricultural

General Site Description: 

The Baixo Sabor LTER site is located in north-eastern Portugal, in the region of Trás-os-Montes, within the watershed of the Sabor river (3868 km2), which drains into the Douro river.

Collelongo-Selva Piana ABR1 - Italy

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UUID: 

9b1d144a-dc37-4b0e-8cda-1dda1d7667da

Biome : 

Deciduous Forest

General Site Description: 

Beech forest in the Central italian Apennines

Sierra Nevada / Granada (ES- SNE) - Spain

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UUID: 

e51cee43-dc12-4545-8e5b-dad35431e3f7

Biome : 

Alpine

General Site Description: 

Mountain site, alpine forests Sierra Nevada (Andalusia, SE Spain), is a mountainous region with an altitudinal range between 860 m and 3482 m a.s.l. covering more than 2000 km2.

Avdat (AVD) - Israel

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UUID: 

fcc28bb3-551a-4396-819c-0589abc6be6f

Biome : 

Desert

General Site Description: 

The site established in 1958. We can still find in the site the remains of terraces from the Nabatean agriculture runoff.

Ramat Hanadiv (RHD) - Israel

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UUID: 

72f45e87-4e2d-4ea2-8bc9-4ddfac67a2a7

Biome : 

Chaparral

General Site Description: 

In September 1993, Ramat Hanadiv inaugurated the Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) station as part of the global and Israel LTER network.

Lammi LTER - Finland

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UUID: 

a43d31c8-6219-4ab8-ac41-6088cb56b12b

Biome : 

Fresh Water Lakes

General Site Description: 

The Lammi LTER area is located 130 km north of Helsinki, 35 km east of the city of Hämeenlinna and 40 km west of the city of Lahti in uplands between two major river basins, i.e.

Kindla, IM-site SE15 - Sweden

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UUID: 

9aa88bb6-b4a9-4569-8520-3d26643e6de9

Biome : 

Taiga

General Site Description: 

Nature reserve, Natura 2000, protected coniferous blueberry forest.

Kdoshim (KDO) - Israel

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UUID: 

bbe2405c-cf54-4c35-8da2-8f755314aad7

Biome : 

Evergreen Forest

General Site Description: 

The Kedoshim-forest Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) is an experimental set up established in 2008 in a mature Pinus halepensis forest.

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