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Europe’s ecosystem research network

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File Collaborative projects
A list of current collaboration and new proposals from ALTER-Net partners. *** Note that since this list was produced ROBIN has started, led by ALTER-Net member, NERC-CEH and BESAFE is also underway (led by ALTER-Net's Alterra). ***
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Intensity of land use doubled in the 20th century
Newly published research by ALTER-Net partners into the human appropriation of net primary productivity
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INTERACT Transnational/Remote Access call open
Apply for funding for research visits to Arctic, northern forest and alpine research stations (includes remote access to sites)
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Leaking ammonia leading to biodiversity loss and health risks, new themed volume of papers reveals
Leaking ammonia from fertilisers and higher ammonia emissions caused by a warmer climate are among the issues highlighted in a new volume of scientific papers published this week.
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A European network consisting of mainly national Long-Term Ecosystem Research and Monitoring (LTER) networks covering terrestrial and freshwater environments. LTER also includes a growing number of larger Long-Term Socio-Ecological Research (LTSER) platforms in which interdisciplinary ecosystem research is carried out. ALTER-Net was intrumental in establishing this pan-European LTER network in Europe.
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File Publication list 2009-2011
A list of publications from 2009 to 2011 which are the result of collaboration between at least two ALTER-Net partners
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Talks from recent BES meeting ‘Carbon Cycling: from Plants to Ecosystems’ available online
The talks that were recorded at the recent joint meeting between two of the BES's special interest groups are available online for a limited time.
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