Thursday, 30 January 2020
Monday, 13 January 2020
The project by A. Cortés-Avizanda was on the news today. An article by E. Soto (here) describes Ainara's research into the possible changes that the arrival of the Griffon vulture in Mallorca can generate. In 2008, pushed by an unusual storm, a group of Griffon vultures arrived in Mallorca and established a new colony.
Natural colonizations of islands are rare and offer an important opportunity to gain information on dispersal, settlement and competition among species.
Will it compete with the Black vulture ?
Will framers change their perception on scavangers ?
Will this natural arrival create a new wildlife-human conflict?
Stay in touch for the answers.
Wednesday, 8 January 2020
Simon Coroller, from the University of La Rochelle, arrived today to begin his Master Thesis within the GEDA during 2020. Simon will investigate the resilience of seabird populations to natural and human-caused perturbations. Welcome Simon!
The first island has been sampled. Likely we had good weather and animals were collaborating. Looking forward to calculate an estimate of ...
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...
The last work published by members of the GEDA received media attention: REWILDING ( here ) IMEDEA press release CSiC Press note ‘R...
Prieto, N., Tavecchia, G., Telletxea, I, Ibañez, R., Ansorregi, F., Galdos, A., Urruzola, A., Iriarte, I. and Ariziaga, J. 2019 Sur vival p...