land use history

Total results: 104.

LTSER Zone Atelier Arc Jurassien - France

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Biome : 

Grasslands

General Site Description: 

The LTSER Zone Atelier Arc Jurassien belongs to LTER-France network and is located in eastern France.The LTSER site Jurassian Arc (ZAAJ stands for Zone atelier Arc jurassien, in French) is designed to

LTSER Zone Atelier Loire - France

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Fresh Water Rivers

General Site Description: 

The LTSER Zone Atelier Loire belongs to LTER-France network. The ZAL studies the Loire River basin (127 000 km2) on a long term scale (-15000 years until today).

Agricultural Research and Education Centre Raumberg-Gumpenstein - Austria

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UUID: 

11aff5a6-d464-40fa-b218-fcad8f57c81f

Biome : 

Grasslands

General Site Description: 

The Agricultural Research and Education Centre Raumberg-Gumpenstein (AREC) is the largest Austrian federal, multidisciplinary research and education centre which holds the legal status of an instituti

Bosland - Belgium

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UUID: 

a76adcb2-88ec-448e-94a4-bbf43b47c9b0

Biome : 

Evergreen Forest

General Site Description: 

Bosland consists of 3 municipalities Lommel, Overpelt and Hechtel-Eksel with a total area of 21982ha.

Dijleland - Belgium

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UUID: 

7629b584-b8dd-4da5-a4ba-4175bb985673

Biome : 

Deciduous Forest

General Site Description: 

Dijleland covers a study area containing the 3 individual LTER sites of the Doode Bemde, Forest of Meerdaal and the Nature Reseve Rode Forest and Laan Valley.

Carnarvon Experimental Farm (Biesieslaagte) - South Africa

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f980f657-9ebd-4ec7-beca-d930154bb090

Biome : 

Agricultural

General Site Description: 

Carnarvon Experimental Farm (Biesieslaagte) is situated in the Nama Karoo Biome and has been conducting a grazing trial since 1988 in which various grazing senarios are tested

Tatra National Park - Poland

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2cfd89fe-e561-4551-9ae3-78ad8a8a4d72

Biome : 

Alpine

General Site Description: 

The Tatra National Park was established in 1954 to protect the Polish part of the Tatra mountains: both the High Tatras and Western Tatras, plus the northern foothills of the range.

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