Beverbeek - Belgium

Basic Information
Site Name
Beverbeek
Short name
Beverbeek
Country
Belgium
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Site Description
Beverbeek is a complex site consisting of areas with a primary conservation purpose as the two gazetted nature reserves Elsbroek (mesotrophic and oligotrophic mire with alder-birch woodland, Myrica bush) and Zooren (alluvial plain forest). Other parts are multifunctional forests with scots pine, corsican black pine, oak, larch, douglas fir, etc.
Metadata Update Date
2019-07-02 16:10:44
General Characteristics, Purpose, History
Year Established
2002
Purpose
The university domain Beverbeek of KU Leuven is managed for multiple ecosystem services based on a zoning of the area, after a strengths/weaknesses analysis for conservation, recreation and production of every zone. Areas with a primary conservation purpose are the two gazetted nature reserves Elsbroek (mesotrophic and oligotrophic mire with alder-birch woodland, Myrica bush) and Zooren (alluvial plain forest). Other parts are multifunctional forests with scots pine, corsican black pine, oak, larch, douglas fir, etc.
Photos
Map of the Beverbeek site
Geographic
Affiliation and Network Specific Information
Affiliation
LTER BelgiumThe affiliation of this site with "LTER Belgium" is not verified.
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