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Researchers identify the most threatened areas by human activity in the Mediterranean Sea.
09.10.2018 Several impacts that are simultaneously affecting the Mediterranean Sea + info
   
LiquenCity.
02.10.2018 The LiquenCity project, coordinated by GBIF Spain and the Royal Botanic Garden (RJB-CSIC) of Madrid, and the CREAF and the Institute of Sciences of the Sea (ICM-CSIC) of Barcelona, with the support of the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology (FECYT) and the collaboration of mbri experts from IRBio. + info
   
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UB researchers discover a disease threatening the most plentiful starfish on the Antarctic sea floor.
29.08.2018  + info
   
Researchers rebuild the tree of life of freshwater macroinvertebrates in the European continent.
01.08.2018 A study from the Faculty of Biology and the Biodiversity Research Institute of the UB (IRBio-UB) analysed how water macroinvertebrate species, such as beetles, mosquitos and dragonflies, evolved and diversified since their beginnings. + info
   
UB participates in the publication of a manual to improve the preservation of steppe birds.
24.07.2018 UB participates in the publication of a manual to improve the preservation of steppe birds in the agricultural environment, with the collaboration of prof. Santiago Mañosa, IRBioUB + info
   
New gps emitters for chicks of Egyptian vulture in Sant Llorenš de Munt i l'obac Park.
24.07.2018 The equipment of GPS transmitters for the chicks of Vulture
 Under the "" Application of new technologies to know the effects of global and local change in the Iberian populations of vulture. Conservation applications  "directed by the Conservation Biology team led by Dr. Joan Real, member of the IRBio.
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Programa RAC1: MeteoEscapades + MeteoTemps 294: Project LIFE LimnoPirineus .
16.07.2018 Program RAC1 interview Dr. Josep Maria Ninot
The LIFE LimnoPirineus project in the Alt Pirineu Natural Park.
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A new study to improve seabird conservation in Patagonian ecosystems.
05.07.2018 Preserving a 300,000 square km area in Patagonian waters could improve the conservation of 20 % of the population of sea birds in their natural habitat, according to a study published in the journal Conservation Biology and led by the expert Francisco Ramírez, researcher from the Faculty of Biology and the Biodiversity Research Institute of the University of Barcelona (IRBio). The new study, which shows a multidisciplinary approach to define marine areas of interest in conservation, is also signed by Isabel Afán, Joan Giménez and Manuela G. Forero, from the Doñana Biological Station (EBD-CSIC). + info
   
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