eddy covariance

Total results: 14.

Collelongo-Selva Piana ABR1 - Italy

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UUID: 

9b1d144a-dc37-4b0e-8cda-1dda1d7667da

Biome : 

Deciduous Forest

General Site Description: 

Beech forest in the Central italian Apennines

The Arid Iberian South East LTSER Platform - Spain

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UUID: 

889b159a-8b58-4685-9418-73ee70388799

Biome : 

Desert-scrub

General Site Description: 

The Arid Iberian South East LTSER Platform aims to seek multidisciplinary solutions to the environmental problems occurring in the socio-ecological systems of Anthropocene.

Pürgschachen Moor - Austria

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UUID: 

c0d491a2-3e5b-467a-9678-e0cac95a1df6

Biome : 

Alpine

General Site Description: 

The Pürgschachen Moor is located on the bottom of the Styrian Enns valley, about 1.5 km southwest of the village Ardning in the district of Liezen at an altitude of 632 m a.s.l.

Vielsalm Terrestrial Observatory - Belgium

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UUID: 

c4c1c0ca-5a43-4d19-ab50-34dad0af44e8

Biome : 

Mixed Forest

General Site Description: 

The site is a mixed mature forest composed mainly of Fagus Sylvatica, Pseudotsuga menziesii and Picea abies.

Podgorski Kras - Slovenia

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UUID: 

a4822c8a-2cc3-4c44-8456-03e6b0216a0f

Biome : 

Grasslands

General Site Description: 

CARBON FLUXES IN TWO SUCCESSIONAL STAGES OF VEGETATION IN THE PODGORSKI KRAS. Research site represents karst grassland and different stages of secondary succession, occasionally affected from fores

TERENO - Rollesbroich - Germany

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UUID: 

356417de-5a3c-429d-82c1-08a4e924ab3b

Biome : 

Grasslands

General Site Description: 

The Rollesbroich site is located in the low mountain range “Eifel” near the German-Belgium border and covers the area of the small Kieselbach catchment (40 ha) with altitudes ranging from 474 to 518 m

OZCAR-RI Regional Spatial Observatory in the South West France - France

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UUID: 

bf457b49-2074-4d2e-bd57-adc3a9cffa9a

Biome : 

Agricultural

General Site Description: 

The Regional Spatial Observatory (OSR), labeled in 2007 by the National Institute of Sciences of the univers (INSU), is supported by the Center of Spatial Studies of the BIOSPHERE (CESBIO, OMP).

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