Grup de Recerca en Ecologia Aquàtica (EcoAqua)

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Giulia Gionchetta
Giulia Gionchetta rep un premi per la seva tesi doctoral desenvolupada al GRECO-IEA
Ha rebut un accèsit al "XI Premio de Investigación en Limnología para la mejor tesis doctoral del bienio 2018-2019" de la Asociación Ibérica de Limnología
25/05/2020
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International Review of Hydrobiology
Captive breeding conditions decrease metabolic rates and alter morphological traits in the endangered Spanish toothcarp Aphanius iberus
Physiological features of species can determine the resilience and adaptation of organisms to the environment. Swimming capacity and metabolic traits are key factors for fish survival, mating and predator‐prey interactions.
MSCA Individual Fellowships Calls
Call for EoI MSCA-IF 2020: ECOLOGY OF INLAND WATERS (GRECO)
Are you a researcher interested in carrying out your research in Europe? At this page you will find hosting offers (Expressions of Interest) from research institutions interested in supporting your application to the MSCA Individual Fellowships Calls,
24/04/2020
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Podarcis waglerianus
Organization of Squamata (Reptilia) assemblages in Mediterranean archipelagos
Mediterranean islands have complex reptile assemblages, but little is known about the factors that determine their organization. In this study, the structure of assemblages of Squamata was evaluated based on their species richness and two measures of phylogenetic diversity (variability and clustering).
12/04/2020
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Microbes inhabiting intermittent streambeds
Multi‐model assessment of hydrological and environmental impacts on streambed microbes in Mediterranean catchments
Microbes inhabiting intermittent streambeds are responsible for controlling and developing many biogeochemical processes essential for the ecosystem functions. Although streambed microbiota is adapted to intermittency the intensification of water scarcity and prolonged dry periods may jeopardise their capacity to cope with hydrological changes
12/04/2020
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Arsenic Biogeochemistry
Biotic and Abiotic Factors Influencing Arsenic Biogeochemistry and Toxicity in Fluvial Ecosystems: A Review
This review is focused on the biogeochemistry of arsenic in freshwaters and, especially,
on the key role that benthic microalgae and prokaryotic communities from biofilms play together
in through speciation, distribution, and cycling.


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