trophic dynamics

Total results: 88.

Wanang, Papua New Guinea - Papua New Guinea

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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.

Nationalpark Mols Bjerge - Denmark

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Deciduous Forest

General Site Description: 

Mols Bjerge National Park or Nationalpark Mols Bjerge is a Danish national park in the area known as Mols Bjerge (lit.: Mols Hills) in Syddjurs Municipality, Central Jutland, inaugurated on the 29th o

Parque Nacional da Serra da Bodoquena - Brazil

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Grasslands

General Site Description: 

A National Park with karstic characteristics; several endemic taxa including plants and animals; savanna like vegetation (cerrado) and deciduous forest fragments; intesive land use by agricultural and

North Sea Benthos Observatory - Germany

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Marine

General Site Description: 

The North Sea Benthos Observatory included several endo- and epibenthic long-term series in the North Sea (see map), which provide a comprehensive and habitat-specific assessment of temporal variabili

TERN - LTERN - Desert Ecology Plot Network - Australia

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Desert-scrub

General Site Description: 

The Desert Ecology Plot Network is located in the Simpson Desert in central Australia. The vegetation in the study region is dominated by hard spinifex (Triodia basedowii E.

Catimbau National Park, STDF, Caatinga - Brazil

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Savanna

General Site Description: 

The present proposal aims to assess how human disturbance and changes in rainfall regime affect the Caatinga ecosystem’s biota at different levels of biological organization (i.e, from populations to

Guanabara Bay, Rio de Janeiro, - Brazil

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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).

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