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Estación Biológica de Doñana
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Laboratory of Molecular Ecology
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Vertebrate roadkill en Andalusia
Although roadkill studies on a large scale are challenging, they can provide valuable information to assess the impact of road traffic on animal populations. Over 22 months, 45 road sections of 10...
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Reducing light-induced mortality of seabirds: High pressure sodium lights decrease the fatal attraction of shearwaters
The use of artificial light at night and its ecological consequences are increasing around the world. Light pollution can lead to massive mortality episodes for nocturnally active petrels, one of...
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Light pollution and seabird fledglings
One of the most critical phases in the life of petrels is at fledging when young birds pass from parental dependence on land to an independent life at sea. To mitigate mortality at this time,...
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Review of seabird mortality caused by land-based artificial lights
Artificial lights at night cause high mortality of seabirds, one of the most endangered groups of birds globally. Fledglings of burrow-nesting seabirds, and to a lesser extent adults, are grounded...
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