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Terrestrial

Measurements made at ECN terrestrial sites

Locating & marking sites

The ECN protocol for locating and marking sites

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Meteorology

The ECN Meteorology protocols (M, MA, MM)

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Atmospheric Chemistry: Nitrogen Dioxide

The ECN protocol for atmospheric chemistry: nitrogen dioxide (AN)

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Precipitation Chemistry

The ECN protocol for precipitation chemistry (PC)

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Surface Water: Discharge

The ECN protocol for surface water discharge (WD)

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Surface Water: Chemistry

The ECN protocol for surface water chemistry (WC)

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Soil Solution

The ECN protocol for soil solution (SS)

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Soil Properties

The ECN protocol for soil properties (S)

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Vegetation

The ECN vegetation protocol (V)

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Invertebrates

The ECN invertebrates protocols (I, IA, IB, IG, IM, IS, IT)

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Vertebrates

The ECN vertebrates protocols (B, BA, BB, BC, BF, BI, BM)

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Land Use

The ECN land use protocol (LU)

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Initial Water Handling

The ECN protocol for initial handling of water samples (WH)

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Analytical guidelines for water samples

Analytical guidelines for laboratories processing ECN water samples (WAG)

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Our field activities

MARCH

In March activities at our terrestrial sites pick up after the winter. We start monitoring frog pools, moths and spiders, and prepare for ground beetle recording in April. At freshwater sites the winter measurements continue.

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A moth light trap © CEH
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