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EICAT+, a new framework to assess the positive impacts of alien species
The IUCN ENvironmental Impact Classification for Alien Taxa (EICAT) is a global standard to assess negative impacts of alien species on native biodiversity. However, alien species can also...
About EICAT+, a new framework to assess the positive impacts of alien species
Higher levels of biodiversity require larger territories
A study of the Doñana Biological Station – CSIC and the University of Cadiz shows that the spatial configuration of a territory is essential to explain the number of species that it can...
About Higher levels of biodiversity require larger territories
The specialized diet of fish and birds can make them vulnerable to river degradation
A study carried out by the Doñana Biological Station, along with British research institutes, has analyzed the diet of fish, such as brown trout and Atlantic salmon, and of river birds, such as...
About The specialized diet of fish and birds can make them vulnerable to river degradation
The European ShowCase project will help build bridges between agriculture and biodiversity conservation
Biodiversity on farmland is steeply declining throughout Europe and society at large is increasingly concerned about the loss of public goods, such as iconic local fauna and cultural landscapes. In...
About The European ShowCase project will help build bridges between agriculture and biodiversity conservation
Less abundant animal and plant species gather in ghettos in order to survive
According to the competitive exclusion principle, species with low competitive abilities should be excluded by more efficient competitors; yet, they generally remain as rare species. The positive...
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biología de la conservación
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