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Research Unit of Biodiversity

The main scientific objective of the UMIB is to investigate how global change impacts biodiversity, the ecological and evolutionary processes at the base of its origin and the ecosystem services it provides. Our studies embrace evolutionary, biogeographic, ecological, modelling, functional, conservation, and socio- economic perspectives, as well as all levels of the biological organization, from genetic to ecosystem diversity, and both temporal and spatial scales, from geologic to current times or from continental to local extensions.

RECENT NEWS

Studying the influence of meteorology on the damage caused by the Cantabrian bear

Posted on 23 Nov 2020
News in El Diario de León, 11/22/2020, about the work of the Cantabrian Bear Group (only in Spanish):News 1News 2

October 13, 2020, 7:00 p.m., online lecture by Fredrik Dalerum: «Effects of climate change on Arctic terrestrial biodiversity».

Posted on 07 Oct 2020
Online chat, within the CSIC Autumn Talks cycle. Accessible live by Zoom and deferred on Youtube by accessing through the page of the CSIC Delegation in Asturias (link HERE) It can also be attended in person at the Official Chamber of Commerce of Oviedo.

New PhD position on plant community ecology

Posted on 14 Ago 2020
TOPIC: «Seed traits and microclimate in alpine plant communities»