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Estación Biológica de Doñana
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Laboratory of Molecular Ecology
Laboratory of GIS and Remote Sensing
Laboratory of Chemical Ecology
Laboratory of Aquatic Ecology
Laboratory of Ecophysiology
Laboratory of Stable Isotopes
Animal Experimentation Unit
Monitoring Unit natural processes
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Large Scale Facility (ICTS Doñana)
Roblehondo Field Station
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A good winter for amphibians in Doñana
It has been a great winter for amphibians and it has coincided with the breeding period of most amphibian species. We have detected more than 7,000 individuals of 11 species found in Doñana, of...
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Understanding the processes leading to fossilization
Modern death assemblages provide insights about the early stages of fossilization and useful ecological information about the species inhabiting the ecosystem. The results of taphonomic monitoring...
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Doñana’s Retuerta horse
The Retuerta horse is mainly located in the Doñana National Park, specifically in the Doñana Biological Reserve, and in the Guadiamar Reserve. It counts with an approximate population of 300...
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Strategies shrubby junipers adopt to tolerate drought differ by site
Drought-induced dieback episodes are globally reported among forest ecosystems but they have been understudied in scrublands. Chronically-stressed individuals are supposed to be more vulnerable...
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Invasive plants and urban development: a bad combination for coastal vegetation
Land-use intensification and biological invasions are two of the most important global change pressures driving biodiversity loss. However, their combined impacts on biological communities have...
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