suspended solids

Total results: 134.

Gulf of Trieste - Slovenia

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UUID: 

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Biome : 

Marine

General Site Description: 

The separation line of the semi-enclosed northern basin from the rest of the Adriatic Sea is conventionally defined at the 100 m isobath, at about 43°20’N, from where the bottom depth moderately decre

Patos Lagoon Estuary and Adjacent Coast - Brazil

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UUID: 

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Biome : 

Coastal

General Site Description: 

Patos Lagoon is the largest (1,036,000 ha) choked lagoon in the world, extending from the city of Porto Alegre (30º30’ S) to Rio Grande (32º12’ S) in southern Brazil, at the Atlantic coast of South Am

Belgian coastal waters and sand bank systems - Belgium

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UUID: 

e83a90a3-2fb4-49bc-8991-a1d5b017ae19

Biome : 

Marine

General Site Description: 

The Belgian part of the North Sea (BPNS) covers the most south-western part of the North Sea and is bordered by the English Channel to the south-west and by the central part of the North Sea to the n

Atlantic Forest and Lacustrine System of the middle Rio Doce - Brazil

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UUID: 

a262d0f8-696b-451d-b871-82aa639b99ed

Biome : 

Evergreen Forest

General Site Description: 

The LTER project in the middle Rio Doce watershed, Southeast Brazil, calls attention to the importance of the system (> 150 lakes) and mantaining a considerable part of the original Atlantic Forest

Guanabara Bay, Rio de Janeiro, - Brazil

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UUID: 

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Biome : 

Coastal

General Site Description: 

Guanabara Bay (GB) is the second largest bay in the coast of Brazil (384 km2) (22o41 to 22o56 S ; 43o02 to 43o18 W).

Abrolhos Bank - Brazil

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UUID: 

a497328f-1e2d-416c-bc25-6ccf31965af4

Biome : 

Marine

General Site Description: 

The Abrolhos Bank is located along the eastern Brazilian coast and is characterized by an enlargement of the Brazilian shelf (~46.000 km2), reaching approximately 200 km in width.

Konza Prairie LTER - United States of America

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UUID: 

a635d4dc-6a74-4947-b3d1-5c88b3a441c7

Biome : 

Grasslands

General Site Description: 

The primary research site for the Konza Prairie LTER program is the Konza Prairie Biological Station (KPBS), a 3,487-ha native tallgrass prairie preserve and research station jointly owned by The Natu

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