water parameter

Total results: 67.

Allt a'Mharcaidh - United Kingdom

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UUID: 

b7f692ef-10b0-432e-ab42-a3e9b764c5cc

Biome : 

Fresh Water Rivers

General Site Description: 

UK ECN site. Allt a'Mharcaidh is a stream site on the western flank of the Cairngorm Mountains. The catchment area is 998ha and it drains to the River Feshie, a tributary of the River Spey.

Birnie Burn - United Kingdom

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UUID: 

8747ccf7-52af-4a83-a558-71a768b81a30

Biome : 

Fresh Water Rivers

General Site Description: 

UK ECN site. This ECN freshwater sampling site is a small stream co-located with the James Hutton Institute's terrestrial site at Glensaugh.

Bradgate Brook - United Kingdom

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UUID: 

b9263e0a-7072-4959-b255-e05d54455834

Biome : 

Fresh Water Rivers

General Site Description: 

UK ECN site. Bradgate Brook (a small stream) is located in the Charnwood Forest area of Leicestershire important for its precambrian rocks (granite).

Cringle Brook - United Kingdom

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UUID: 

b1aee838-903a-438f-8d6a-d81b5073849b

Biome : 

Fresh Water Rivers

General Site Description: 

UK ECN site. Cringle Brook (a small stream) is a tributary of the River Witham, south of Grantham. It is a spring-fed limestone stream, 12km in length.

Esthwaite Water - United Kingdom

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UUID: 

892c8613-4a21-40b5-a2e9-1036c63ca31f

Biome : 

Fresh Water Lakes

General Site Description: 

UK ECN Site. Esthwaite Water is a natural lake situated in a glacial valley and is generally agreed to be the most productive or eutrophic lake in the English Lake District.

Llyn Llagi - United Kingdom

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UUID: 

744bfb9e-298d-445e-8ea8-0c392be327d2

Biome : 

Fresh Water Lakes

General Site Description: 

UK ECN and UK UWMN site. Llyn Llagi occupies a north-facing corrie in the central area of the Snowdonia region of North Wales.

Loch Davan - United Kingdom

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UUID: 

7e685712-5b3f-40e2-86fa-14125260efa1

Biome : 

Fresh Water Lakes

General Site Description: 

UK ECN site. Lochs Davan and Kinord are situated adjacent to each other in an area of the River Dee catchment known as the Muir of Dinnet.

Loch Dee - United Kingdom

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UUID: 

609ac1a8-a655-444a-8feb-e71d5099e293

Biome : 

Fresh Water Lakes

General Site Description: 

UK ECN site. Loch Dee forms the headwaters of the River Dee and has a surface area of 1km2, with a total catchment area of 15.6km2.

Loch Katrine - United Kingdom

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UUID: 

65014264-cb25-408c-94c7-f6b57acc3b5d

Biome : 

Fresh Water Lakes

General Site Description: 

UK ECN site. Loch Katrine lies within the catchment of the River Teith, a major tributary of the River Forth.

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