population biology

Total results: 9.

Sierra Nevada / Granada (ES- SNE) - Spain

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UUID: 

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Biome : 

Alpine

General Site Description: 

Mountain site, alpine forests Sierra Nevada (Andalusia, SE Spain), is a mountainous region with an altitudinal range between 860 m and 3482 m a.s.l. covering more than 2000 km2.

LTSER Zone Atelier Pyrénées Garonne - France

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UUID: 

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Biome : 

Agricultural

General Site Description: 

The ZA PYGAR covers the whole Garonne river basin up to the upper part of the Gironde estuary (La Reole station).

Lammi LTER - Finland

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UUID: 

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Biome : 

Fresh Water Lakes

General Site Description: 

The Lammi LTER area is located 130 km north of Helsinki, 35 km east of the city of Hämeenlinna and 40 km west of the city of Lahti in uplands between two major river basins, i.e.

Golfo di Trieste - Italy

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UUID: 

96969205-cfdf-41d8-979f-ff881ea8dc8b

Biome : 

Coastal

General Site Description: 

The coastal marine observatory site Gulf of Trieste lies within the Marine Protected Area (MPA) of Miramare and includes the biological time-series station “C1”, part of the Italian Long-Term Ecologic

Vestskoven - Denmark

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UUID: 

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Biome : 

Deciduous Forest

General Site Description: 

Vestskoven is a 15 km2 ongoing afforestation area located 15 km west of central Copenhagen.

Wanang, Papua New Guinea - Papua New Guinea

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UUID: 

96021fe4-a2ca-4007-a281-0ed2075b78d6

Biome : 

Rainforest

General Site Description: 

The site comprises 10,000 ha of pristine lowland rainforest in northern Papua New Guinea, owned by indigenous landowners from Wanang Village and declared as Conservation Area.

LTSER Zone Atelier Loire - Bas Allier - France

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UUID: 

39c4ced0-d1b9-47a0-98a7-83a74fa08416

Biome : 

Fresh Water Rivers

General Site Description: 

This study site is in the south of the city of Moulins, including the National Nature Reserve of the Val d'Allier which protects 1,450 hectares over approximately 28 km along the lower course of