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Joan Puigdefàbregas passed away

19 de February 2018Jaume Terradas

Jaume Terradas reminds Joan Puigdefàbregas, desertification expert....

Thirsty holm oaks lose 21% more carbon through their roots

19 de January 2018Albert Naya i Díaz

Once rehydrated, holm oaks have a large capacity for recovery thanks to their high adaptation to the Mediterranean climate. The release of organic compounds into...

Social conflicts and environmental disasters in novels, songs and movies

16 de January 2018Jaume Terradas

How literature, music and cinema have denounced natural disasters and abuses on the population in the name of economic interests and progress? ...

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Sergio Osorio defends his doctoral thesis and shows that the rules of ecology can still be revised

20 de December 2017Verónica Couto Antelo

Are the insects which begin their adult life in the coldest months the largest? An accepted paradigm within ecology, Bergmann's rule, says that organisms in...

How the forests of the Iberian Peninsula have changed over 25 years?

18 de December 2017Albert Naya i Díaz

The increase in drought episodes and the lack of water in the soil have favored Mediterranean species. At the same time, conifers are losing ground because...

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Four Spanish scientists receive the Nature award

5 de December 2017CREAF

Yesterday, the 4th of December, the Nature Award for Mentoring took place, the awards for four exemplary scientific tutors. It was held for the first...

For the time being, forests are helping to slow CO2 accumulation and climate change

4 de December 2017Albert Naya i Díaz

A study led by CREAF shows that decreases in pollutant deposition and the increase in atmospheric CO2 have stimulated photosynthesis and carbon sequestration in forests. Therefore,...

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It’s already available CREAF Talk by Scott Ollinger about nitrogen and carbon assimilation in forests

22 de February 2018CREAF

A new video of CREAF Talks conferences is now available. Scott Ollinger, from University of New Hampshire, USA, talks about basic relations among foliar N and...

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The CREAF Talk video about animal innovation by Louis Lefebvre

21 de February 2018CREAF

The researcher from McGill University, in Quebec, and CREAF associated, visited us again to talk about animal innovation from different points of view, from the...

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It’s already available CREAF Talk by Roderick Dewar about macroecological patterns

2 de February 2018CREAF

The fourth video of the CREAF Talks conferences is now available. Roderick Dewar, from the Australian National University, presents an approach inspired by how complex...

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Two new CREAFTalk videos available

1 de February 2018CREAF

Two new conferences are already available, corresponding to Mirco Migliavacca (Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Germany) and Carles Pedrós Alió (National Center of Biotechnology, CSIC,...

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Current challenges for a global contribution of the European Earth Observation

10 de January 2018Joan Masó

European products derived from satellite and in-situ data describe the status and the temporal evolution of the planet and, combined with others, will help to...

Plant’s Lego

26 de December 2017Francisco Lloret

How are plants organized in the world? Why have they evolved this way? Francisco Lloret answers that after researcher Carlos Herrera was granted with the...

Why are there so many plants?

1 de December 2017Jaume Terradas

Which characteristics of the environment and living beings can explain the great diversity of plants and life in general on Earth?...

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