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Total results: 78.

Akesu Water Balance Research Station - China

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UUID: 

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Biome : 

Agricultural

General Site Description: 

The station has a arid moderate climate, with a annual temperature of 11.2 ℃ but higher in summer and lower in winter relative to areas with the same latitude.

Collelongo-Selva Piana ABR1 - Italy

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UUID: 

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Biome : 

Deciduous Forest

General Site Description: 

Beech forest in the Central italian Apennines

Avdat (AVD) - Israel

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UUID: 

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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.

Gilat (GLT), LTSER Northen Negev - Israel

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UUID: 

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Biome : 

Grasslands

General Site Description: 

A Loess plain is devoted to agro – ecosystem and climate change research. The site is subdivided into permanent plots which are exposed to various manipulations.

Kremnicke vrchy Ecological Experimental Station - Slovakia

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UUID: 

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Biome : 

Deciduous Forest

General Site Description: 

The research is focused on complex study of ecological processes running within the beech ecosystem at the lower edge of its occurrence.

Masby - Sweden

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UUID: 

3d5bce60-7908-4985-8484-3b06d9ba2ff8

Biome : 

Taiga

General Site Description: 

Coniferous forest.

Koviljsko-petrovaradinski rit - Serbia

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UUID: 

127a5bea-daf5-48ed-8199-bf9ae6065d04

Biome : 

Grasslands

General Site Description: 

Krcedinska ada is a Danube river island and a part of a larger floodplain complex, Nature Reserve and Ramsar site Koviljsko-petrovaradinski rit.

KISKUN LTER - Hungary

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UUID: 

124f227a-787d-4378-bc29-aa94f29e1732

Biome : 

Grasslands

General Site Description: 

KISKUN LTER was established in 1995, together with the Hungarian LTER Network. Its study area is the Kiskunság Sand Ridge and its periphery, 14000 km2 altogether, 17% of the area of Hungary.

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