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Frenzel, Mark; Preiser, Christine; Dussl, Franz; Höhne, René; Nickels, Volker; Creutzburg, Frank (2016): TERENO (Terrestrial Environmental Observatories) wild bee monitoring in six agriculturally dominated landscapes of Saxony-Anhalt (Germany). Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ, PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.864908

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Abstract:
In 2001 we started as part of the EU FP5 project Greenveins monitoring of insect communities in the normal landscape of Saxony-Anhalt (Germany), which is dominated by agricultural use. We selected four landscape sites of 4x4 km and recorded insects using combined flight traps, combining the ideas of window and yellow pan traps (see Duelli et al., 1999). Traps consist of a yellow funnel (25 cm diameter) filled with water (preserving agent added) and two perspex windows mounted in a way that they are crossed in the center. Within each square km of a site one trap was placed at ecotones between semi-natural habitats and agricultural fields (16 traps per site). Traps were operated in late spring-early summer (three sampling rounds) and late summer (three sampling rounds). Follow-up sampling started in 2010 as long-term monitoring within the TERENO project (www.tereno.net), contributing to the LTER network (Long-Term Ecosystem Research) in Germany (www.lter-d.de) and internationally as well (www.lter-europe.net). Metadata about the sites and related activities and data sets can be found in the DEIMS Repository for Research Sites and Datasets (https://data.lter-europe.net/deims/). In 2010 another two landscapes were added and yearly sampled in the same way. Due to long processing time of trapped insects data of follow-up years will be available about 18 months after trapping.
Related to:
Papanikolaou, Alexandra D; Kühn, Ingolf; Frenzel, Mark; Schweiger, Oliver (2016): Semi-natural habitats mitigate the effects of temperature rise on wild bees. Journal of Applied Ecology, https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2664.12763
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Median Latitude: 51.636346 * Median Longitude: 11.473859 * South-bound Latitude: 51.359580 * West-bound Longitude: 11.023360 * North-bound Latitude: 52.096540 * East-bound Longitude: 11.750600
Date/Time Start: 2010-05-02T00:00:00 * Date/Time End: 2014-09-10T00:00:00
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