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BIOTROPH - Molecular Ecology

A data set for the project ‘BIOTROPH’. The aim of this study was to estimate functional role of the taxonomic diversity of available resources in the field on trophic exposure of small mammals (wood mice ‘Apodemus sylvaticus’) to trace metals (TM; principally cadmium, lead and zinc). The data was ...

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PROTEKER: a near-shore submarine observatory in the Kerguelen Islands for the long-term monitoring of benthic habitats

Dataset
Collected date : from Nov 2011 ongoing
Labels : ZATA
Creators : Thomas Saucède

PROTEKER is a pilot program that aims at establishing a baseline for assessing the impact of climate change on near-shore marine ecosystems of the Kerguelen Islands by implementing an ecological and genetic monitoring at reference sites. The high diversity of coastal marine ecosystems is usually ...

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Gourdans-Ain River-Chemical data

Dataset
Collected date : from 21 Mar 1994 to 11 Dec 2012
Labels : ZAAJ ZABR
Creators : Gudrun Bornette

Water physico-chemical data of the cut-off channel called Gourdans

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Planet-Ain River-Chemical data

Dataset
Collected date : from 21 Mar 1994 to 11 Nov 2012
Labels : ZAAJ ZABR
Creators : Gudrun Bornette

Water physico-chemical data of the cut-off channel called Planet

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Port-Galland-Ain River-Chemical data

Dataset
Collected date : from 16 Feb 1993 to 12 Nov 2012
Labels : ZAAJ ZABR
Creators : Gudrun Bornette

Water physico-chemical data of the cut-off channel called Port-Galland

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Sous Bresse-Ain River-Chemical data

Dataset
Collected date : from 16 Feb 1993 ongoing
Labels : ZAAJ ZABR
Creators : Gudrun Bornette

Water physico-chemical data of the cut-off channel called Sous Bresse

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Puit-Novets-Ain River-Chemical data

Dataset
Collected date : from 28 Apr 2003 to 9 Jan 2012
Labels : ZAAJ ZABR
Creators : Gudrun Bornette

Water physico-chemical data of the cut-off channel called Puit-Novets

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