Valenciolenda fadaforesta

The underground world, a source of biodiversity

The description of the «Valencian wood fairy» or Valenciolenda fadaforesta (Hoch & Sendra), a new species and genus, was recently published.

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One Health: Global action for connected health

The COVID-19 has highlighted the connection between different species and the ecosystems in which they live. One Health is conceptualized as the idea that the health of humans, other animals, and ecosystems are interdependent. Metode SSJ is open to contributions that analyse the challenges facing the concept of One Health. Extended deadline for submission: 10 February 2022.

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The hat

The hat connect with our complacency in the face of global biodiversity loss and habitat fragmentation.

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puesto frutas nutrición

Disentangling nutrition facts from fiction

There is a widespread misconception, mainly due to perverse agnogenic practices, that nutrition is hard and confusing, that we do not really know what to eat and that health professionals cannot agree.

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bats

In the crosshairs

Although humans' irresponsible and indiscriminate use of the natural environment could be one of the causes behind the recent coronavirus crisis, bats have been targeted for their role as natural reservoirs of zoonotic pathogens.

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Surviving uncertainty

Studying evolution in the face of environmental uncertainty is crucial to understand biological diversity, because diversifying life strategies is key to survival and reproduction in uncertain environments.

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wildebeest biodiversity

The future of biodiversity on Earth

More and more, ecologists are starting to recognise that preserving the maximum number of species is insufficient.

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Natural enemies and biodiversity

Natural enemies are a fundamental piece of food webs and can contribute to biodiversity preservation. However, they can often produce dramatic losses, especially when humans are involved.

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Beyond counting species

In modern ecology, the traditional diversity indices (usually of richness, abundance, and species evenness) have been highly revealing and useful for monitoring community and ecosystem processes.

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