Institut d'Ecologia Aquàtica

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Institut d’Ecologia Aquàtica (IEA)

                                                                                     

L’Institut d’Ecologia Aquàtica (IEA) és un institut universitari de recerca creat l’any 1987 i dedicat a l’estudi dels ecosistemes aquàtics continentals (llacs, rius, embassaments, aiguamolls, etc.) i marins. Actualment consta de tres seccions (limnologia, microbiologia i biologia marina), corresponents a quatre grups de recerca. L'IEA té més de 45 investigadors experts en temes d'ecologia aquàtica (incloent estudis sobre bacteris, algues, macroinvertebrats i peixos).

Bona part de l’IEA pertany a EcoAqua (Grup de Recerca Reconegut i Finançat per la Generalitat de Catalunya: 2014 SGR 484 i 2017 SGR 548). La Càtedra Oceans i Salut Humana i la Càtedra d'Ecosistemes Litorals Mediterranis estan dirigides per membres de l'Institut. Podeu consultar la informació detallada sobre els projectes de recerca desenvolupats i les nostres publicacions al menú d'aquest web. Si no estàs vinculat a l'IEA i vols rebre informació sobre les activitats que organitzem, escriu a sec.iea@udg.edu i t'inclourem a la llista de difusió externa.

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Notícies

Journal of Animal Ecology
Addressing trait selection patterns in temporary ponds in response to wildfire disturbance and seasonal succession
Mediterranean ecosystems are increasingly threatened by disturbances such as wildfires. These disturbances are expected to shift the selective pressures that determine trait‐dependent community assembly.
15/06/2020
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.
21/05/2020
Lophocladia
ANIMA project: Marine Invasions
ANIMA project seeks to determine how global warming may interact with biological invasions across all steps of the invasion pathway.
07/05/2020
Logotip MERCES
MERCES project: Marine Ecosystem Restoration in Changing European Seas
The Marine Fores team is a partner of the MERCES project on the restoration of different degraded marine habitats
07/05/2020
Logotip AFRIMED
AFRIMED project: Algal Forest Restoration in MEDiterranean sea
In the Mediterranean Sea, macroalgal forests represent one of the most valuable, but rapidly disappearing habitats. Here, capitalising on the experience gained and the knowledge accumulated in previous projects, we have formulated a consortium that will improve existing, and develop new restoration techniques to efficiently restore degraded macroalgal forests
07/05/2020
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
pescador
Paradís insostenible, exposició fotogràfica
Membres del GR MAR i del Dept. de Ciències Ambientals finalitzen el projecte “Avaluació de la vulnerabilitat ambiental de la comunitat afrodescendent de Islas del Rosario (Colòmbia)” amb el suport de la Unitat de Compromís Social UdG. Podeu visitar-ne l'exposició fotogràfica "Paradís insostenible" a la Biblioteca del Campus Montilivi de la UdG.
02/03/2020
MedRecover
GR MAR attended the MedRecover anual meeting
We were more than 20 marine scientist gathered to share our latest advances and to discuss about future collaborative projects and joint efforts.
10/02/2020
Conceptual figure
New paper in SciRep: insights in oocyte dynamics shed light on the complexities associated with fish reproductive strategies
In our new paper published in Scientific Reports we give insights in oocyte dynamics that shed light on the complexities associated with fish reproductive strategies. Our results suggest that an species previously considered indeterminate, perform a low-cost predefinition; and that the potential fecundity estimation should be complemented with primary oocyte dynamics.
11/12/2019
Photo:@franarnaugomez
What's going on with the sardine in the NW Mediterranean Sea?
Researchers from GRMAR_UdG and LIG_UdG from the University of Girona start a study relating the condition, reproduction, parasitism and genètics of sardine, with the aim to understand the decline of its captures.
23/10/2019