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A high mountain lake in Andorra. Image: Galdric Mossoll
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Expedition begins to chart the invisible biodiversity of Pyrenean lakes

The Pyrenees region is experiencing a warming rate higher than the global average, making it a critical observatory for the impacts of climate change. Researchers have begun efforts to chart the biodiversity of microorganisms living under the surface of 300 different lakes across the Pyrenees.

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CREAF attends the Biodiversity Conference in Montreal, COP15

It will do so thanks to a CREAF delegation teamed up with Alícia Pérez-Porro, CREAF scientific coordinator, Lluís Brotons, CSIC researcher at CREAF, and CREAF researchers Sergi Herrando and Daniel Villero, all of them will be in Canada from 9 to 16 December.

Main image from the second report of the IPCC Sixth Assessment Cycle. Illustration author: Changing, Alisa Singer, www.environmentalgraphiti.org, IPCC.
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What is the IPCC?

In this post, we explain everything you need to know about the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and its latest reports.

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