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5 p, 396.4 KB Microbial mass movements / Zhu, Yong-Guan (Zhongguo ke xue yuan. Institute of Urban Environment) ; Gillings, Michael (Macquarie University. Department of Biological Sciences) ; Simonet, Pascal (Université de Lyon. Environmental Microbial Genomics Group) ; Stekel, Dov (University of Nottingham. School of Biosciences) ; Banwart, Steve (University of Leeds. School of the Earth & Environment) ; Peñuelas, Josep (Centre de Recerca Ecològica i Aplicacions Forestals)
For several billion years, microorganisms and the genes they carry have mainly been moved by physical forces such as air and water currents. These forces generated biogeographic patterns for microorganisms that are similar to those of animals and plants (1). [...]
2017 - 10.1126/science.aao3007
Science, Vol. 357, issue 6356 (Sep. 2017) , p. 1099-1100  
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35 p, 1.0 MB High mountain lakes of the Central Range (Iberian Peninsula): regional limnology & environmental changes / Toro, Manuel ; Granados, Ignacio ; Robles, Santiago ; Montes, Carlos
High mountain lake ecosystems in the Iberian Peninsula, being more than 1700 water bodies, are represented mainly by small or medium size lakes (75 % with a surface less than 0. 5 Ha. ). The knowledge of their regional limnology in Spain is yet uneven and insufficient, as well as their ecological status and sensitivity to human activity impacts. [...]
Los ecosistemas acuáticos leníticos de alta montaña de la Península Ibérica, con un número superior a 1700 masas de agua, se hallan representados en su mayor parte por lagos de pequeño o mediano tamaño (el 75 % presenta una superficie inferior a 0. [...]

2006
Limnética, V. 25 n. 1-2 (2006) p. 217-252  
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16 p, 537.3 KB Diversity of patterns and processes in rivers of eastern Andalusia / Casas, J. Jesús ; Gessner, Mark O. ; Langton, Peter H. ; Calle, Demetrio ; Descals, Enrique ; Salinas, María J.
We document the outstanding diversity of fluvial ecosystems in eastern Andalusia, mostly attributable to the high environmental heterogeneity of the region. The area's altitudinal and climatic gradients are among the most pronounced in the Iberian Peninsula, and together with a concomitant high variability in geological characteristics and human impacts, result in a noticeable heterogeneity of the rivers' thermal regime, discharge regime and chemical properties. [...]
Se ilustra la notable diversidad de ecosistemas fluviales de Andalucía Oriental, atribuible a la gran heterogeneidad ambiental de esta región. Gradientes altitudinales y climáticos de los más pronunciados de la península Ibérica, concomitantes con una gran variedad de condiciones litológicas y de impactos humanos, acentúan en esta región la heterogeneidad térmica, de caudal y calidad química de los ríos. [...]

2006
Limnética, V. 25 n. 1-2 (2006) p. 155-170  

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