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Estación Biológica de Doñana
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Seagulls act as vectors of metals and arsenic between landfills and protected wetlands
Researchers from the Doñana Biological Station assessed the spatial variation in concentrations of ten metals in faeces of the lesser black-backed gull (Larus fuscus) wintering at seven localities...
About Seagulls act as vectors of metals and arsenic between landfills and protected wetlands
Doñana's water quality, in danger due to intensive agriculture and a poor residual water treatment
Eutrophication is a major cause of wetland degradation worldwide. In recent decades, reductions in nutrient inputs have led to improvements in water quality in many rivers and lakes in central and...
About Doñana's water quality, in danger due to intensive agriculture and a poor residual water treatment
Seed dispersal by neotropical waterfowl depends on bird species and seasonality
Waterbirds have an important ecological function as vectors of plant dispersal between different wetlands. In the Neotropical region, there is very limited information about this dispersal. In...
About Seed dispersal by neotropical waterfowl depends on bird species and seasonality
avian-seed dispersal interactions
Restored and artificial wetlands do not support the same waterbird functional diversity as natural wetlands
The restoration of degraded areas and the creation of artificial ecosystems have partially compensated for the continuing loss of natural wetlands. However, the success of these wetlands in terms...
About Restored and artificial wetlands do not support the same waterbird functional diversity as natural wetlands
Carp eggs survive transport through avian intestine
Fish have somehow colonized isolated water bodies all over the world without human assistance. It has long been speculated that these colonization events are assisted by waterbirds, transporting...
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