LTSER Zone Atelier Arc Jurassien - France

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LTSER Zone Atelier Arc Jurassien

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ZAAJ

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France

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General Site Description: 

Socio-ecological interactions in ecosystems of mid-altitude mountains The LTSER Zone Atelier Arc Jurassien belongs to LTER-France network and is located in eastern France.The LTSER site Jurassian Arc (ZAAJ stands for Zone atelier Arc jurassien, in French) is designed to promote long-term interdisciplinary research into the environment and ecosystems in relation to society issues. It federates a network of research partnerships around interactions between the environment, society and the dynamics of moutain socio-ecological systems.ZAAJ helps to capitalise on field data and to analyze and promote the results from long-term observation schemes at the interface between ecology, the environment and society. Benefiting of more than 25 years of experience on the issue, accredited by the CNRS Ecology and Environment Institute (INEE) in 2013, ZAAJ is a cluster of five research units totalling 40 researchers.

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existing

Year Site Established: 

2013

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1 234 100.00ha

Purpose of Site : 

The LTER site Jurassian Arc (ZAAJ stands for Zone atelier Arc jurassien, in French) is designed to promote long-term interdisciplinary research into the environment and ecosystems in relation to society issues. It federates a network of research partnerships around interactions between the environment, society and the dynamics of moutain socio-ecological systems.ZAAJ helps to capitalise on field data and to analyze and promote the results from long-term observation schemes at the interface between ecology, the environment and society. Benefiting of more than 25 years of experience on the issue, accredited by the CNRS Ecology and Environment Institute (INEE) in 2013,ZAAJ is a cluster of five research units totalling 40 researchers.

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Latitude: 46.705400000000
Longitude: 5.987460000000