Àlex Richter-Boix

Tècnic de Comunicació del CREAF i Mosquito Alert. Llicenciat en Biologia per la UAB, Doctor per la UB (2006), Màster en Comunicació Científica, Mèdica i Ambiental (BSM-UPF, 2019).
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Heat and regular rains, this is how the year has been with the most mosquitoes in Spain

In 2020, Mosquito Alert has recorded twice as many tiger mosquitoes as in 2019. It has been the year with the most mosquitoes since 2014, when the citizen science platform began collecting data.

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Mosquito Alert confirms five-year high in spring tiger mosquito numbers in 2020

The number of tiger mosquito sightings reported via the Mosquito Alert app in the first half of 2020 is 70% higher than in 2018, which was, until now, the year with the most early-season sightings of the insect. However, 2015 still holds the record for the greatest number of tiger mosquito sightings over a full season.

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Citizen science and smart traps against to fight the tiger mosquito

The MosquitoAlertBCN project has been one of the research initiatives selected by the Pla Barcelona Ciència. It is a project led by CREAF, with the participation of UPF and IRIDEON and the collaboration of the ASPB. The Pla Barcelona Ciència has the support of the Barcelona City Council and the “la Caixa” Bank Foundation.

Knowledge, News

To know the evolutionary potential to effective conservation management: the example of the yew

Yew is considered a species of interest from the point of view of conservation for its small and isolated populations. An international team led by CREAF has studied the adaptive variation of their populations, a crucial knowledge to develop correct conservation measures.

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The WeObserve practice communities met in Barcelona to transform citizen observatories

CREAF, part of the consortium of the project, was the organizer of the event, which took place between November 25 and 27 at the Casa Convalescència in Barcelona, ​​to deepen the challenges is facing the citizen science.

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