5 Works

Supplementary materials to the article \"Medicinal Plants in Semi-Natural Grasslands: Impact of Management\"

Katrin Heinsoo
The supplementary material contains (S1) species accumulation curves of different habitats based on species lists originating from https://dspace.emu.ee/xmlui/handle/10492/6300 and the Estonian Environmental Board database. Lists of Estonian MP species (S2) by each scenario are based on the following literature sources: Estonian Agency of Medicine. Ravimina Määratletud Raviomadustega Ainete ja Taimede Nimekiri; 2020 (access 25.11.2020) (scenario 1); Tammeorg, J.; Kook, O.; Vilbaste, G. Eesti NSV Ravimtaimed, 5th ed.; Valgus: Tallinn, Estonia, 1984 (scenario 2) and Raal,...

Supplementary materials to the article \"Catchment soil characteristics predict organic carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus levels in temperate lakes\"

Margot Sepp, Toomas Kõiv, Peeter Nõges, Tiina Nõges, Silvia E. Newell & Mark J. McCarthy
The supplementary material contains 6 tables. This study was funded by the Estonian Research Council grants PUTJD954, PRG709, and PRG1167, by the European Regional Development Fund through Estonian University of Life Sciences ASTRA project “Value-chain based bio-economy”, and by the European Union H2020 WIDESPREAD grant 951963 (TREICLAKE). The Estonian Ministry of Environment and the Estonian Environment Agency supported data collection in the national monitoring program.

Supplementary data to the article \"The impact of climate change and eutrophication on phosphorus forms in sediment: Results from a long-term lake mesocosm experiment\"

Katrin Saar, Peeter Nõges, Martin Søndergaard, Maria Jensen, Charlotte Jørgensen, Kasper Reitzel, Erik Jeppesen, Torben L. Lauridsen & Henning S. Jensen
The supplementary material contains 7 tables and 2 figures.Katrin Saar study visit to SDU was supported by ESF DoRa Programme Activity 6 and SA Archimedes and by Centre for Lake Restoration, a Villum Centre of Excellence. Data analysis for the present paper was supported by the European Union H2020 WIDESPREAD grant 951963 (TREICLAKE) and by the Estonian Science Foundation grant PRG1167. Erik Jeppesen was supported by the TÜBITAK program BIDEB2232 (project 118C250), and Erik Jeppesen,...

Supplementary data to the article \"Nitrate as a predictor of cyanobacteria biomass in eutrophic lakes in a climate change context\"

Fabien Cremona, Burak Öglü, Mark J. McCarthy, Silvia E. Newell., Peeter Nõges & Tiina Nõges
Supplementary material: empirical model terms for the biomass of cyanobacteria (VO_Bcyan) and nitrate concentration (VO_NO3) in Lake Võrtsjärv, using measured nitrate concentration of tributaries Väike Emajõgi (oVema_), Tänassilma (oTana_), Õhne (oOhne_) and Tarvastu (oTarv_). This research was supported by Estonian Research Council grants PSG32, PRG709, and PRG1167, by the European Regional Development Fund through EstonianUniversity of Life Sciences ASTRA project “Valuechain based bio-economy”, by the European Union H2020 WIDESPREAD grant 951963 (TREICLAKE) and by the...

Macrophyte data of Lake Peipsi

Helle Mäemets & Kadi Palmik-Das
Macrophyte data of Lake Peipsi has been collected from ten different stations (locations with coordinates in the dataset) starting from 2005, during the Estonian National Monitoring of Environment. Species composition and abundances were registered on the transects starting from upper boundary of the temporarily flooded zone to the deepest growth zone. The width of the transect was ca 20 meters on the shore and near the water´s edge and ca 10 m in deeper water....

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