Web site of Austrian Lysimeter Research Group
Lieury, St Pierre sur dives
St Pol de Leon
Plomelin, Kerbernez
Quimper-Kerfily
Fagnières
Thibie
Kervalic (1 and 2)
Boigneville Haussimont and Magny-le-camp
Rennes Haussimont and Magny-le-camp
Vittel, etc. (13 sites), Mirecourt
Villampuy
Colmar
Villamblain
La Chapelle Saint Sauveur
St Michel de Volangis
Levroux, Le Petit Vignol
Niort, St Liguaire
St  Pierre d'Amilly
Villié-Morgon
Cestas
Luxey
Agronomic Research Centre Avignon
Auzeville
Montfavet

 

 

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France (FR)

Operating lysimeter/soil hydrology measuring sites

(main field of research or vegetation type in parentheses)

 
FR 1: Quimper-Kerfily (AG) FR 13: Villamblain (AG)
FR 2: St Pol de Leon (AG) FR 14: Villampuy (AG)
FR 3: Plomelin, Kerbernez (AG) FR 15: Levroux, Le Petit Vignol (AG)
FR 4: Lieury, St Pierre sur dives (AG) FR 16: St Michel de Volangis (AG)
FR 5: Kervalic (1 and 2) (AG) FR 17: Niort, St Liguaire (AG)
FR 6 : Rennes (AG) FR 18: St Pierre d'Amilly (AG)
FR 7: Boigneville (AG) FR 19: Villié-Morgon (AG)
FR 8:

Thibie (AG)

FR 20: Cestas (AG)
FR 8a: Haussimont and Magny-le-camp (AG) FR 21: Luxey (AG)
FR 9: Fagnières (AG) FR 22: Auzeville (AG)
FR 10:

Vittel and other locations
(13 sites); Mirecourt
(AG)

FR 23: Agronomic Research Centre Avignon (AG/HY)
FR 11:

Colmar (AG)

FR 24: Montfavet (AG)
FR 12: La Chapelle Saint Sauveur (AG)    
   
AG = Agriculture (Fields/grassland) HY = Hydrology
 
Descriptions of many lysimeter stations (except sites 9, 19 and 23) were taken from MULLER, J.-C., 1996 (trente ans de lysimétrie en France 1960-1990). Therefore, information may not be up-to-date.
 
(Information for sites FR 1, FR 3 and FR 6 were updated on June 9, 2008)