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Nunc incrementa lente exeunt, festinatur in damnum

12 de June 2019Francisco Lloret

For Ramon Margalef, in the centenary of his birth. Why do not we find ecosystems in the atmosphere, as in oceans and continents? In the atmosphere, spores, pollen grains and micro-organisms float, most of them expelled from soils. But trophic networks are not established, nor are there large flows of energy and matter controlled by living beings.

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CREAF participates in a new COST ACTION to increase understanding of alien species through citizen science

10 de May 2019Anna Ramon Revilla

Bernat Claramunt participates in the COST Action AlienCSI to address multidisciplinary research questions to develop and implement citizen science strategies to increase the scientific understanding of IAS ecology and dynamics, specifically informing decision-makers to implement technical requirements of relevant legislation. 

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L’observació de la Terra i les Variables Essencials són útils per avaluar l’avenç cap als objectius del desenvolupament sostenible

29 de March 2019Anna Ramon Revilla

Un equip de recerca del CREAF amb Joan Masó, Ivette Serral, Cristina Domingo  i Alaitz Zabala, han creat un gràfic on consultar els vincles i les mancances entre les Variables Essencials, els indicadors que proporcionen les xarxes d’observació de la Terra i els indicadors dels Objectius de Desenvolupament Sostenible (ODS). 

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Which new practices and tools can improve the climate mitigation and adaptation potential of EU forests?

27 de February 2019CREAF

A final report of the EIP-AGRI Focus Group on ‘New forest practices and tools for adaptation and mitigation of climate change’ was published last January. Enrique Doblas, as an expert involved in this Focus Group, was involved in this publication.

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Game of mirrors in Ecology

25 de February 2019Francisco Lloret

Life is supported on the planet by the interactions between organisms. This interactions often are subject to a set of more or less distorted appearances, and that appearances define each interaction and the living environment of each organism.

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