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The Doñana’s scientific collections will take part of the NN-DiSSCo-ES infrastructure

The staff of the Scientific Collections of the Doñana Biological Station (EBD) integrated in ICTS-RBD, has participated in the 1st Meeting of the NN-DiSSCo-ES infrastructure, within the INFRA20012 Project (financed by the CSIC's GII Program).

ICTS-RBD participated in the first meeting of the Spanish Butterfly Scheme (Spain BMS) in Valsaín (Segovia)

The first meeting of the Spanish Butterfly Monitoring Scheme (Spain BMS, https://butterfly-monitoring.net/spain-bms) was celebrated in the CENEAM center (Valsaín, Segovia, Spain) from 11th to 13th November 2022. Spain BMS was created in 2014, with Doñana Biological Station as funded partner. Since then, Spain BMS has exponentially grown and currently a total of 211 transects are walked throughout the entire national territory.

Expert herpetologists visit the Doñana Biological Reserve to review and improve the lizards and geckos monitoring protocol

During the week of 19th until 22th of September, members of the Natural Processes Monitoring Team (ESPN) of the Singular Scientific-Technical Infrastructure of Doñana (ICTS-RBD), have celebrated a meeting in the Doñana Biological Reserve with expert herpetologists, in order to review and improve the monitoring protocol for geckos and lizards which is applied since 2005.

The ICTS-RBD participates in the European Observatory of Wildlife (EOW)

The EOW is a network of "observation points" of wildlife in Europe, in which participate all members of the European Union. It aims establish the basis for coordinating the long-term wildlife monitoring systems of medium to big sizes mammals in Europe.

The Iberian hare (Lepus granatensis) in Doñana increases in scrub areas and becomes more nocturnal after the population decline of the European rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus)

Competition, predation, and diseases are key factors shaping animal communities. In recent decades, lagomorphs in Europe have been impacted by virus-borne diseases that have caused substantial declines in their populations and, subsequently, in many of their predators. We examined activity and habitat-use patterns of sympatric European rabbits and Iberian hares in Doñana National Park, (DNP) during two periods of disease outbreak.

 

Comienza un proyecto

Si planeas investigar en Doñana, debes tener en cuenta que tu proyecto debe ser aprobado por la Comisión de Trabajo de Investigación del Consejo de Participación del END (Comité de Acceso). La ICTS-RBD brinda asistencia durante todo el procedimiento. Leer más

Solicita acceso, alojamiento y/o apoyo técnico y logístico

Una vez que tu proyecto de investigación haya sido aprobado, puedes solicitar acceso y alojamiento en la Reserva Biológica de Doñana, así como apoyo técnico y logístico. No te olvides de leer detenidamente las normas de uso. Leer más

Solicita datos de biodiversidad

Puedes visualizar datos de seguimiento de la ICTS-RBD a través de nuestra Infraestructura de datos y consultar indicadores ecosistémicos esenciales derivados de dichos datos en nuestro Observatorio para el Cambio Global. Los datos brutos se ofrecen libres de cargos a proyectos de investigación competitivos, sujetos a los términos de uso incluidos en este formulario de solicitud de datos

Oficina de Anillamiento

La Oficina de Anillamiento es un servicio de la ICTS-RBD que centraliza todas las tareas de anillamiento científico realizadas en Doñana y coordina el marcaje no metálico en España. Leer más

Densidad de alcornoques

Mapa que muestra la densidad de alcornoques de la Reserva Biológica de Doñana


Estaciones de Campo

Localización de los recursos ICTS para la captura de datos automáticos.