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Estación Biológica de Doñana
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Hatcheries are a efficient conservation tool for threatened sea turtle rookeries with high embryonic mortality
Loggerhead clutches suffered high mortality in-situ nests by ghost crabs and flooding. Relocating the doomed eggs to a hatchery reduced these risks.
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Climate models predict a severe range contraction and upward shift of suitable habitat for alpine birds
Alpine ecosystems are particularly vulnerable to climate change. For widely distributed alpine specialists, rear-edge populations are disproportionately important. The importance and effects of...
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Spanish scientists warn: Urgent need for planning of renewable energies to safeguard biodiversity
Spanish researchers warn in a letter that the new projects for renewable enery plants in Spain will affect hundreds of thousands of hectares and that there is no way to offset the huge quantity of...
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A new subspecies of Manx shearwater to the Canary Islands
The taxonomy of Procellariiformes, particularly petrels and shearwaters, is still unresolved. The Manx shearwater Puffinus puffinus is one of the best studied seabirds worldwide. Most of the...
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puffinus puffinus canariensis
Mapping the footprints of habitat destruction and overexploitation over time
Habitat destruction and overexploitation are the main threats to biodiversity and where they co?occur, their combined impact is often larger than their individual one. Yet, detailed knowledge of...
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