|Photo: A. Sanz-Aguilar|
Tuesday, 22 May 2018
Friday, 11 May 2018
Ana Sanz-Aguilar explains the results from a meta-analysis investigating whether seabirds adapt their breeding phenology to the recent warming of the sea temperature. The study used the long-term data of nearly 200 seabird populations. Among them those studied by the GEDA. The full interview can be viewed here (at min 4:30)
A new press release in the national newspaper "EL PAIS" about the work by A. Sanz-Aguilar y E. Arrondo here
The research by A. Rotger Vallespir had make the news here and here . Andreu showed how the scale pattern on the head of the snake Hemorrh...
Prieto, N., Tavecchia, G., Telletxea, I, Ibañez, R., Ansorregi, F., Galdos, A., Urruzola, A., Iriarte, I. and Ariziaga, J. 2019 Sur vival p...
The last work published by members of the GEDA received media attention: REWILDING ( here ) IMEDEA press release CSiC Press note ‘R...