plants population changes over time

Total results: 80.

Kawatabi special research area of the Japanese IBP - Japan

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UUID: 

e1ce2d83-21a7-4b4e-a4fc-ff32f4183c43

Biome : 

Grasslands

General Site Description: 

This site was established on a tall, Japanese native grass (Miscanthus sinensis) pasture in 1982. Three different treatments (cutting, cattle grazing and abundoning) has been carried out.

Tomakomai Research Site - Japan

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UUID: 

c8fb2059-ffd4-48c4-bd11-2bcbab7431be

Biome : 

Deciduous Forest

General Site Description: 

Tomakomai Research Site is located in a national forest in the city of Tomakomai, Hokkaido.

Gobabeb - Namibia

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UUID: 

182ac129-f0b8-4808-9842-0c7c841802cc

Biome : 

Desert

General Site Description: 

Gobabeb is a Research Centre with accommodation, conference, laboratory and teaching facilities in Namibia's Namib-Naukluft National Park, about 65km from the coast on the northern bank of the ep

Niwot Ridge - United States of America

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UUID: 

ee8851fa-9a79-48b2-b409-32bff7ba6317

Biome : 

Alpine

General Site Description: 

The Niwot Ridge Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) site was established in 1980 with support from the National Science Foundation.

Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve - United States of America

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UUID: 

6c309b2f-9637-4f6a-b87a-2ea28fc1283f

Biome : 

Agricultural

General Site Description: 

The first 500 acres of CCESR were acquired in the early 1940s with the understanding that they would be kept in their natural condition and used for scientific and educational purposes.

Georgia Coastal Ecosystems LTER - United States of America

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UUID: 

2ff30374-ab93-4cc9-9ed3-199d3f81e1b8

Biome : 

Coastal

General Site Description: 

The Georgia Coastal Ecosystems Long Term Ecological Research (GCE-LTER) site is located on the central Georgia coast of the Southeastern United States.

Plum Island Ecosystems - United States of America

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UUID: 

4c2cfbde-0fcf-4a87-99ee-52182bfa240a

Biome : 

Coastal

General Site Description: 

The Plum Island Ecosystems (PIE) LTER research site consists of coupled watersheds and estuaries in northeastern Massachusetts, USA.

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