Fieldwork / Study
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A large variety of species and processes across plant and animal populations and their interactions are monitored within the BioBasis programme, thereby documenting the inter-annual variation and resilience as well as the long-term trends.
|Title||Project start||End date||Organisation||Department||Project study region|
|Nitrogen in rocks: an overlooked nutrient source in Arctic aquatic ecosystems||17.09.2019||16.09.2021||Aarhus University (AU)||Department of Bioscience||Greenland, North-East|
|Arctic ecosystems and climate change: longitudinal patterns in nutrient uptake and biodiversity in streams||16.07.2018||16.08.2018||Aarhus University (AU)||Department of Bioscience||Greenland, North-East|
|Nutrient limitation of primary producers in High - arctic streams 2014||01.07.2014||29.07.2014||Aarhus University (AU)||Arctic Research Centre (ARC)||Greenland, North-East|
|Climate and lake ecosystem dynamics in the high Arctic, over the Holocene, using lake sediment records||02.08.2016||18.08.2016||Aarhus University (AU)||Department of Geoscience, Department of Bioscience||Greenland, North-West|