plant communities

Total results: 12.

Baixo Sabor LTER - Portugal

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UUID: 

45722713-80e3-4387-a47b-82c97a6ef62b

Biome : 

Agricultural

General Site Description: 

The Baixo Sabor LTER site is located in north-eastern Portugal, in the region of Trás-os-Montes, within the watershed of the Sabor river (3868 km2), which drains into the Douro river.

Devin thermophilous woods - Czech Republic

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UUID: 

9764b567-94cd-444b-adcb-5e6bc84435aa

Biome : 

Deciduous Forest

General Site Description: 

Děvín is a considerable site of forest and non-forest ecosystems of the warmest part of the Czech Republic.

afo_14: Obergurgl, AT, vegetation Vent, 2002

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Abstract: 

Vegetational description of inner Venter-valley and outer Rofen-valley along an altitudinal gradient from 1695 m to 2865 m a.s.l. Vegetation records were made in plots according to minimum areal of B

Date Range: 

2001-05-31 to 2002-09-29

Tatra National Park (Poland) - plant communities

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Data Product Type: 

  • Current land cover and habitats

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Abstract: 

GIS thematic layer of plant communities in the Tatra National Park. Overall, as many 49 non-forest plant communities were identified, in addition to approx. 17 major forest plant communities. Many of them are specific of the Tatras since associated with high sub-alpine and alpine environments.

Date Range: 

2016-08-30

Tatra National Park (Poland) - PLANNED nature monitoring - Natura 2000 habitats

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Data Product Type: 

  • Focal species

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Abstract: 

PLANNED (as of August 2016) regular monitoring activities of the Park's Natura 2000 habitats are specified in the new Park Protection Plan (currently in the final project stage, pending final approval and implementation resolution by the Minister of Environment). They'll altogether comprise 32 habitats of Community Importance occurring in the Park, both forest and non-forest. The planned monitoring regime will involve appropriate monitoring grid/s of various resolutions (500, 250, 100, 1000 m - depending on the habitat) and established permanent observation plots according to the national biodiversity monitoring methodology applied countrywide by the Polish Chief Inspectorate for Environmental Protection (GIOŚ). The temporal regime: mostly every 5-6 years (sometimes every 3, 4 or 2 years). Usually the chief monitored parameter will be area of the habitat and its state (Natura 2000: FV, U1, U2), in some cases also presence and influence of invasive alien species. For the purpose of the Park's Protection Plan, nature inventory and assessment of the state of the above-mentioned 32 habitats, i.e. FV or U1 (no U2s or XXs, luckily) related to (a) habitat area, (b) habitat structure and function, and (c) future prospect - plus (d) the cumulative value - was conducted.

Date Range: 

2016-08-30

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