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Functional diversity of macroinvertebrates as a tool to evaluate wetland restoration
Ecological restoration of aquatic ecosystems has become widespread in recent decades. Although the recovery of biodiversity in restored wetlands has been studied from a taxonomic perspective, our knowledge of how functional ...
Effects of ocean acidification on the biochemistry, physiology and parental transfer of Ampelisca brevicornis (Costa, 1853)
Ocean acidification (OA) has received more attention in the marine research community in recent years than any other topic. Excess carbon dioxide makes the ocean more acidic, threatening marine ecosystems. There has been ...
Polar Marine Biology Science in Portugal and Spain: Recent Advances and Future Perspectives
Polar marine ecosystems have global ecological and economic importance because of their unique biodiversity and their major role in climate processes and commercial fisheries, among others. Portugal and Spain have been ...
Distribution of alien tetrapods in the Iberian Peninsula
(Pensoft Publishers, 2021)
We present a dataset that assembles occurrence records of alien tetrapods (amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals) in the Iberian Peninsula, a coherent biogeographically unit where introductions of alien species have ...
Drivers of compositional dissimilarity for native and alien birds: 2 the relative roles of human activity and environmental suitability
We assessed the relative importance of human activity and environmental suitability as drivers of compositional dissimilarity of alien birds for 65 of the most populous cities of the Iberian Peninsula. We examined how these ...