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Veterinary epidemiological surveillance specialists received training in IREC

Between 21 and 24 January, 12 veterinary officers from 10 countries participated in a course of specialization in health emergencies related to wildlife. The course, which is the FAO-EuFMD initiative (Organization of Nations United...)

Course on the trap in ecology studies

IREC researchers participate in the course "Use and potential of the camera traps in studies of ecology and monitoring of the wildlife" which will take place between 11 and 14 February 2019 in the pint - Iberian nature park and...

IREC with ENETWILD project, will lead the development of a European database on wild bird populations relevant to avian influenza.

It is a custom of the European's food safety authority (EFSA) which will be coordinated from the UCLM the Consortium ENETWILD, led by the Research Institute of hunting resources, (IREC-CSIC-UCLM-JCCM), coordinates numerous institutions European leaders in ecology and epidemiology fauna...

Award recognized 2018 to the wise group

The Social Council of the University of Castilla - La Mancha plenary today approved the resolution of the announcement of the Awards recognized 2018 and has given the green light to the budget of the institution for the year 2019. After the plenary meeting...

IREC studies the rubbish that contaminates the important bird areas in Spain

The diagnostic Institute of environmental and water studies (IDAEA) of the CSIC and the IREC participate in the free project that launches SEO-BirdLife in Alliance Ecoembes. Researchers from the IDAEA and IREC will carry out the study of contaminants environmental 140...

Publications

Tick–Pathogen Interactions: The Metabolic Perspective

The publication of the first genome of ticks in 2016 is an invaluable tool for the study of the molecular basis of the interactions between ticks and pathogens. Metabolism is a key element in host-pathogen interactions. However, our knowledge...

Where do our deer come from?

A collaboration between researchers at universities iberico-americanas reveals the evolutionary history of the stag (Cervus elaphus) in the Iberian Peninsula and its relationship with other European populations. The team, led by researchers at the University of Porto (CIBIO-InBIO), Portugal (https://cibio.up.pt) and the University of...

Tick parasitism in the Mediterranean spur-thighed tortoise in the Maamora forest, Morocco

The h-bombs in general and ectoparasites have particular potential to regulate the dynamics of host populations. In this context, this study evaluates the parasitation tick in a population of tortoise (Testudo graeca) in the northeast of Morocco, in the...

Evaluation of methods to monitor wild mammals on Mediterranean farmland

Managers need methods to monitor wild populations, who have the best possible balance between cost and accuracy. Monitoring is particularly important to determine population density and species richness, as key parameters for decision-making...

High prevalence and intensity of Stephanurus dentatus in a population of wild boar (Sus scrofa) in south western Spain

In the period from October 2016 and February 2017, urinary tracts of 390 feral pigs (Sus scrofa) in four areas of the Centre-South of Spain (102 of the Doñana National Park, 150 of the Sierra Morena and Montes de Toledo; 84 of...)

Disclosure

Nice Science

Next Wednesday you are invited to the Nice Science, which is celebrated on the occasion of the international day of women and girls in science (February 11)! There will be three large lectures carried out by three researchers conducting their research in the...

Activity for the week of the woman and the girl in science

On 14 February, Sara Artigas and Javier Fernández de Simón, iRec, will visit the Institute of secondary education "Master John of Avila". During this day, the researchers will lead a session in the 11F and the week of the women and girls...

'Onlookers', kestrels searching for information.

The lesser Kestrel form breeding colonies located in old human constructions. There are significant differences in quality between colonies due to unequal rates of predation, availability and stability of food, competition with other species, etc. These differences make the reproductive success of the...

LEAF THROUGH 2018. Scientific day of the IREC

One year more at IREC we carry out a scientific conference to promote "cross-pollination" between different groups of the Centre through talks and round tables. This year, as last year we have included a couple of round tables which we hope will be...

The evolution of hares in the Iberian Peninsula

This book was developed as part of the disclosure of the ECOMITO project (funded by the Foundation for science and technology). In a didactic way, including games, describes the evolutionary history of the Iberian Peninsula Hare and familiarizes the reader...
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