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Purpose

GLoBE is an international network of freshwater ecologists, which main aim is to explore ecological patterns and processes in stream ecosystems at the global scale.

Originally designed to specifically study one key stream ecosystem process, leaf litter breakdown (hence its name, which stands for 'Global Lotic Breakdown Experiments'), it has now expanded in order to consider a wide variety of ecological issues that are globally relevant.

 

cOORDINATION

 

The Network

The network currently counts with collaborators from approximately 50 research teams from >30 countries across 6 continents, which are listed below.

You can find information about past and present projects here. If you are interested in joining the network for future studies, please send us a message explaining the reasons for your interest, your location, and characteristics of your research team/laboratory.

 

list of countries
Members of the network:

Argentina
Australia
Brazil
Canada
Chile
China
Colombia
Costa Rica
Ecuador
Ethiopia
Finland

France

Germany

Guatemala

Guinea

India

Ireland

Japan

Kenya

Latvia

Malaysia

New Zealand

Norway

Panama

Poland
Portugal
Puerto Rico
South Africa
Spain

Sweden
United Kingdom
United States
Venezuela

Projects and Outputs

 
 

Contact

Stream Ecology Laboratory

Faculty of Science and Technology

University of the Basque Country (UPV / EHU)

Barrio Sarriena s/n Leioa, 48940

Vizcaya, Spain


Fax: +34 946013500

luz.boyero@ehu.eus

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