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The irreversible destruction of a unique environment of pedunculet oak at oak grove of Verdalet.
09.04.2018 The heritage value as a singular forest extremely rare in southern Europe, and that in the Iberian Peninsula is only located in the Tordera plain lands, it was well known to the administrations responsible for the management of the territory. + info
   
A look into the ecology and evolution of butterflies in the last thesis inspired by Professor Ramon .
09.04.2018 The ecology and evolution of butterflies is the focus of the last doctoral thesis carried out at the UB under the supervision of Professor Ramon Margalef (1919-2004), the first professor of Ecology in Spain. + info
   
Climate change also threatens the survival of seabirds.
06.04.2018  + info
   
Matting in Springtails, an arthropod group close to insects, existed 105 million years ago.
03.04.2018 The authors of this study are the experts Alba Sánchez and Xavier Delclòs, from the Faculty of Earth Sciences and the Biodiversity Research Institute (IRBio) of the University of Barcelona; Enrique Peñalver, from the Geological and Mining Institute of Spain (IGME), and Michael S. Engel, from the University of Kansas (United States). + info
   
The first protocol to stop ghost fishing’s environmental impact in Catalonia is presented.
03.04.2018 This new protocol –the first one developed in Catalonia to stop the effects of ghost fishing- is led by Bernat Hereu, lecturer at the Faculty of Biology and member of the Biodiversity Research Institute of the University of Barcelona (IRBio), and coordinated by Joan Ylla, head of the Secció de Protecció del Litoral i Medi Marí (Section of Protection of Coasts and Marine Environment) of the Directorate-General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries of Generalitat de Catalunya. + info
   
A study proves there is a link between depth and longevity of marine species like corals and gorgoni.
19.03.2018 This is the main conclusion of a new study on marine ecology and biology, in which the following researchers took part: Cristina Linares and Ignasi Montero Serra. + info
   
Male loggerhead turtles also go back to their nesting beaches to breed.
16.03.2018

Most male loggerhead turtles go back to the nesting beaches to breed –a common behaviour among female turtles-, according to a study in which the researchers Marta Pascual, Àlex Aguilar, Carles Carreras, Lluís Cardona and Marcel Clusa.

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Researchers find the ancestral function of the retinoic acid, an essential molecule in the evolution.
02.03.2018 Researchers find the ancestral function of the retinoic acid, an essential molecule in the evolution of vertebrates

 

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Objective: stopping the impact of fishing fleets on the most threatened marine birds.
02.03.2018

Objective: stopping the impact of fishing fleets on the most threatened marine birds

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