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A tornado started 20 oaks in the province of Salamanca

Saturday, April 12, 2008
Residents of the town of Salamanca Encinasola Commanders today have found that during the early morning, a tornado uprooted oaks twenty two farms belonging to the municipality, although it has not caused damage personal.
This has been explained to Efe the deputy mayor of the small village of 150 inhabitants, José Manuel Rodríguez, who has detailed the weather phenomenon is has occurred in an area known as "Fuentesola" which is about 500 meters from the inhabited center, belonging to the region of Vitigudino, northwest of the province.
Some of the oaks, large have been broken into several pieces and neighbors have come, curious, check their status has been the area where you can see the trail left by the wind in a nearly one kilometer.
Encinasola Residents, mostly elderly, have expressed that during the morning Efe have felt "noise", although some thought that would be a plane and in other cases, trucks.
José Manuel Herrero and Sebastian Rodriguez, older villagers, recalled that "some 60 years ago" was unleashed in an area with similar meteorological phenomenon also started several oaks and that since then, the episode is remembered in town as "the cyclone."

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Canada justifies the capture of activists to prevent someone from Canada was killed


Canadian Fisheries Minister Loyola Hearn, today defended the detention of the vessel "Farley Mowat" defense organization animal rights and Sea Shepherd said that the authorities acted "before someone was killed."
Hearn justified the action stating, first, that some sealers had complained that the "Farley Mowat" was too close to them and they "felt they were in danger."
But then suggested that the activists were opposed to hunting that may have been injured.
"Hunters are very angry about the way they (the activists) behave. If you do the same in the front, where hunting is done with high-powered rifles, and someone is reached or become heated, it is a very dangerous situation. We act before something happened, "said Hearn.
The "Farley Mowat" was in the waters of the Gulf of St. Lawrence to protest the seal hunt, which began last March 28 and noted that hunters comply with regulations.
Hunters Canadians consider the presence of international observers as unfair harassment and every year there are clashes between activists and fishermen.
Hearn, who called the activists who protest against seal hunting in Canada as "a group of money-sucking manipulators," denied he had ordered the arrest of the "Farley Mowat" to improve its image and the ruling Conservative Party in the eastern province of Newfoundland and Labrador.
"This has nothing to do with politics. It was something that had to do," Hearn said during a press conference following the announcement of the arrest of "Farley Mowat."
The Sea Shepherd ship was boarded and arrested by officers from the RCMP at about 15.00 GMT today informed the Canadian Minister of Fisheries and Greenpeace itself.
Sea Shepherd said the capture of the Dutch registered ship was in international waters and the director of Greenpeace, Paul Watson, who was not at that time on the ship, described the arrest as "an act of war."
"The Canadian Government has sent an armed boarding party in a Dutch-registered ship in international waters and has seized the ship," Watson said in a statement.
Hearn refused to Efe that the capture had been made in international waters.
"The boat was caught in Canadian waters in the Gulf (San Lorenzo)," said Hearn. The minister then added that even if the "Farley Mowat" would state in international waters, Canada could have acted because Canadian law permits.
Hearn denied that the arrest of the "Farley Mowat" will harm the image of Canada.
"Do not know what the problem. This is a group known worldwide for causing trouble," noted the minister.

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capture the flagship of the environmental organization Sea Shepherd

Saturday April 12, 2008
The boat advocacy organization Sea Shepherd animal rights was captured today by the Canadian authorities "to protect" the Canadian seal hunters, an activity that the organization scored "act of war."
Both the Canadian Ministry of Fisheries as the organization confirmed that the Sea Shepherd vessel "Farley Mowat" was captured by the Canadian Coast Guard service and its captain and first officer arrested.
Sea Shepherd claimed that the detention of the ship "by a party armed" took place in international waters and the boat sailing under Dutch flag, so that the Canadian authorities have violated maritime law.
"The Canadian Government has sent an armed boarding party in a Dutch-registered ship in international waters and has captured the ship," said the director of Sea Shepherd, Paul Watson, who at the time of incident was on the phone with the captain of the ship.
"Whereas the mission of" Farley Mowat "was to document the cruelty of the seal hunters to support the European initiative to ban products seal, I can predict that Europeans are not very satisfied with this movement, "added Watson.
Sea Shepherd said at the time of capture in the" Farley Mowat "had 17 people, nationalities Dutch, American, British, French, Swedish, South African and Canadian.
For their part, Canadian Fisheries Minister Loyola Hearn said in a statement that "the Government of Canada has acted to protect security and livelihoods of Canadian sealers by boarding and capturing the "Farley Mowat" and arrested its captain and first officer.
Hearn justified the arrest for "alleged violations" of Canadian law.
"The safety of the sealers remains the primary concern of our Government and what has guided our decisions on the water," said Hearn.
The March 28 season began hunting seals in Atlantic Canada.
This year, Ottawa authorized the hunting of 275,000 mammals, a practice that organizations like Sea Shepherd as "cruel and inhumane."
Sea Shepherd, the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) and the Animal Humane Society U.S. (HSUS) observed the seal hunt to document alleged violations of regulations by hunters.
Canada has complained that the motivation of these organizations is just raise money in Europe and the U.S..

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Milestones Scientists from the father of Spanish Primatology


. The Catalan researcher, who traveled to Africa after the Civil War
. Found the smallest frog in the world and worked with Diane Fossey


MADRID .- "I was 17, was the eldest son of a family ruined by the Civil War and went to work in the colonies with a cousin of my father, an island of Fernando Poo [ Equatorial Guinea]. But I liked the idea ...». That was how the Catalan primatologist Jordi Sabater i Pi, now aged 86, arrived to Africa, found his calling and became a pioneer in its field in Spain and world-renowned scientist.

few days ago, the Library and Fornaguera Costa, Calella (Barcelona) was inaugurated the first exhibition on the whole of his career in research and vital, a sample that was founded with the goal of being itinerant inside and outside Catalonia, and show that their contributions go far beyond the discovery of 'Snowflake', the albino gorilla is brought from Guinea.

( Image: Jordi Sabater i Pi, in the center, during their stay on the island of Fernando Poo - Photo: Jordi Sabater i Pi)

"These people know what I did. What of 'Snowflake' was a story, but the important thing is that I discovered that chimpanzees and gorillas use tools make beds and I found the world's largest frog or bird locating honeycombs in the jungle. But that is not spoken, "he complains, rightly, in a telephone statement to this newspaper.

And the truth is that there is much to tell about his eventful life, summed up in barely six panels. They can see many of their amazing animal drawings, documents and personal letters and many photos of the 30 years he spent in the Guinean forest and traveling the continent.

The exhibition is completed with a cabinet in which half a dozen sets of clubs that made the chimpanzees in the mountains of Okorobikó to catch termites. "They end up in a sort of broom, which are crushing the stick to fish for termites.

To me, the most important work I've done, "says ethologist from home. That work was published in the journal Nature in 1969, a landmark for English science.

Video and conferences

Alfonso Parr, curator of the exhibition, which has received recognition with more than enough material. "Sabater Pi i keeps it all and has also been an extraordinary artist, so there are a lot of interesting material. In addition, you can watch a video and on 22 there will be two conferences, one of the protagonist and other Marina Mosquera, "said the commissioner.

This exhibition has been produced by the Catalan Institute of Human Paleontology and Social Evolution (IPHES) and Turkana Films, and can be visited at the weekend of April in Calella.
Sabater i Pi is still very present his early years in Africa. "At this time the Indians were without clothes and spears. I was greeted with suspicion, but I learned their language [fang] and that allowed me to do ethnographic studies. I had studied in French schools, and there we talked a lot about Africa, so I was interested when I started the trip, "he recalls.

( Image: Jordi Sabater i Pi, with his drawings)

Hundreds of drawings illustrate some ancient customs that the young Catalan knew it would eventually disappear. "For me it has been basic drawing, because drawing you have to look in detail and if you look you know and if you meet estimates, and if it considers protected," said one of its texts.

After the interruption of the military, in Barcelona, \u200b\u200bwhere he met his wife, returns to Guinea, now to work on a cocoa plantation in the jungle. His first contact with research comes through subscription to the journal of ethnology Congolese 'Brousse'. There

James Chapin, curator of birds at the National Museum of Natural History in New York, requested information on the bird indicator of the honey guide the Indians to the panels.

Sabater finds it and sends the drawings. Chapin then encouraged to study the gorillas from the coast, opening the way then continue to Diane Fossey in the Virunga mountains, with whom he shared many hours of work.

In 1958, the Barcelona Zoo hires him as a conservative research center in the colony in Bata, starting a full year of expeditions, research and papers published in prestigious journals. Ten years later, on 7 February, a female is making a stick. Unusual, but true. The finding goes around the world.

had appeared before in his life 'Snowflake', battered by a farmer led to his workplace, but it was more important for finding a frog who weighed four kilos.

Territories to explore

In 1969, independence, Sabater leave Equatorial Guinea, but then again many times to keep working. "I miss those years, but now I am old," he says. "It gives me satisfaction to think that I was the first to study chimpanzees, bonobos and gorillas. Now we have to fight to protect it in 50 years that will not be calculated.

large parks are needed to live, but lack money, "he notes.

Lest we forget, reminds us that "primate tell us much of our own way of being" and that "we must devote more human to observe" other beings to know better.

Sabater i Pi When he returned to Spain after the independence of Guinea, began to study and 54 years achieved a degree in Psychology.

then work with 'National Geographic' had reported a high prestige and international recognition. Doctorate and later created the first chair of ethology, the science that studies the behavior of animals in Spain. "Now there is in many universities in the country and attracts large interest, but does not give money, "says the investigator, retired.

Sabater Pi i said that" Africa is still little known, there are areas of lakes and marshes that remain to be explored "and encourages young people to pursue their steps.
Above all, recognize that "women are better to watch than men" and says that whoever does a good job of getting support to move forward, "as happened to me." Another anecdote for history: from Canada offered a million dollars 'Snowflake', but he refused and the famous gorilla ended in Barcelona.

Saturday, April 12, 2008

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The CHS made a "step" on the road to avoid collision with the otters

The Segura basin (CHS) will build a "special step" for otters in the MU-520 road, in the environment of the dam of Ojós at Blanca (Murcia), to prevent the abuse of individuals of this species in danger of extinction.

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CHS fonts EFE reported today that the said highway, near the site of the dam of Segura River Ojós is a "black spot" for otters as well as other protected species such as birds, amphibians, reptiles and mammals.

The otter, which has been detected recently in the middle of the river Segura, is a different mustelid protected by international law and national ranking. Collection appears in the status of "endangered" in the Catalogue of threatened species of wildlife, hunting and river fishing in the Region of Murcia.

With this measure, the CHS seeks to promote the maintenance of the species she is again on the river Segura. The dam of eyes this area is located at the Site of Community Importance (SCI) "Sierra de Ricote" The Navel "and the Special Protection Area (SPA)" Sierra de Ricote - The Navel ", which according to Law 42/2007 of December 13 Natural Heritage Biodiversity, are considered protected natural areas.

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investigate whether fish in Namibia could affect sensitive marine ecosystems

English researchers are studying whether it is viable fisheries in the fishing area of \u200b\u200bWalvis Bay (Namibia), and if so what techniques should be used for no damage sensitive ecosystems and vulnerable, explained to EFE in an interview José Luis Abellán, biologist English Institute of Oceanography (IEO) in the Canary Islands.

( Image: José Luis Abellán , a biologist at the English Institute of Oceanography, IEO en Canarias)


canaries addition of the English Institute of Oceanography have been involved, according to the biologist, researchers in the campaign, geologists and other technical centers in the IEO in Spain, and a team of geology at the General Secretariat of Maritime Fisheries (SGPM) and representatives of the Marine Research Centre of Namibia.

have been twelve in total technical and English scientists and seven of the Marine Research Institute of Namibia who have worked 24 hours a day to sample the rich fishing grounds of the Namibian fishing grounds and also conduct a study, from a multi-beam probe on the geomorphology of the seabed, he said.

The campaign was conducted in international waters of the North Atlantic, waters outside Namibia, almost opposite the dorsal Walvi, which in turn is a ridge marina, but the research has focused on a area is within the jurisdictional limits of the regional fisheries organization SEAFO.

The objectives of the campaign is considering whether certain seamounts that are in the area and have been closed to fishing can be reopened, "provided they do not affect the sensitive and vulnerable marine ecosystems, such as cold water corals and sponge fields, living in the area .

This, says the biologist, has conducted a systematic sampling of the seabed with multibeam probe and then samples were taken using the drag technique, though, she says, have been short hauls less than 30 minutes to avoid damage to marine ecosystems.

were obtained 25 samples to be analyzed in early May, when it is scheduled to return ship of the Secretariat General of Marine Fisheries "Vicomte de Eza", which carried out the campaign and now makes one in Mozambique.

addition, during the campaign in Namibia, remember Abellán, studies of hydrology that will complement those carried out to assess the impacts of certain fishing techniques may have on sensitive ecosystems and vulnerable.

bioconstructions the area are another area to examine, for which we have used the multi-beam probe, said the researcher, which will provide essential data for future campaigns to know what specific dredges are best suited for a more comprehensive study of marine species that inhabit them.

is difficult to know whether marine biodiversity has been lost in the area, said Abellán, although during the campaign has missed the presence of some species related to the contour as alfonsinos, red and some pompano pompano, for previous studies were known to exist in the area.

Still, says José Luis Abellán, in samples from some species have been identified as one of the objectives of the study will identify them.

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Environment Ministers of EU debate today on bio-fuels

The conservation of biodiversity and prevention of climate change are the main issues on the informal meeting of environment ministers of the European Union, which began today in Brdo (Slovenia) .
( Image: Agencia EFE)

In the center of the debates will be the plans of the European Union (EU), chaired by Slovenia this semester, to increase between now 2020 the percentage of bio-fuels to 10 percent.
Due to the increasing demand in recent years of crops for the production of these fuels, many food and oil prices have risen and driven inflation in much of the world, including in Europe.
The German Government recently announced the deferral of increased bio-fuel mixture to the 10 percent expected by Brussels.
Critics of biofuels doubt the practical result of the use of these fuels, since in many countries large areas of forest are cleared for these crops.
Moreover, the EU ministers will discuss biodiversity and biomass as a challenge and an opportunity to mitigate climate change ahead of the Slovenian EU presidency.
At the meeting, which will be chaired by the Slovenian Environment Minister Janez Podobnik, also involved representatives of the candidate countries, European Parliament, the European Commission, European Environment Agency and The European Environment Bureau.
After today's meeting, ministers thirty planted linden trees in the parking lot at the entrance Area Brdo Congress to remember the importance of trees to preserve nature.

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A campaign to save sharks control calls "irresponsible fishing" in Panama

Friday, April 11, 2008

A campaign for shark conservation was presented Today in Panama MarViva, with calls for government authorities to act against "irresponsible fishing practices" contrary to this marine species.

( Image: Agencia EFE)

campaign with the slogan "I saved a shark" , will last two months that will be collected 100,000 signatures to include in a letter to be delivered to the President Panama, Martín Torrijos, told reporters the executive director of MarViva, Gabriela Etchelecu.

The letter to Torrijos will have eleven recommendations for protecting marine resources, promote their sustainable use and responsible and help the preservation of sharks.

also suggests that the Government command and control artisanal fisheries, to support the Water Resources Authority and adopt and develop the national action plan for sharks of the Organization of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).

In Panama tip sharks are caught mainly black, blue, oceanic whitetip, bull, tiger, bigeye thresher shark and three species of hammerhead sharks, all of which have the characteristics that includes the "red list" of endangered marine species by the World Conservation Union (IUCN).

These features are related to slow sexual maturity and few young that we allow them to recover from overfishing, according MarViva, an NGO working in the conservation of marine resources.

Stresses in Panama, fishing is increasing every year and currently there are approximately 1,500 industrial and 13,062 artisanal fishermen.

This campaign, which began in Panama MarViva, was filed last November in Costa Rica and Colombia will also be launched in the month of June.

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The pervert who enjoyed watching the birds die

(Periden Digital) .- A 50-year-old Dutch national, was arrested for displaying payment several wildlife birds such as parrots, vultures and owls, and then ignore their care to the point of causing death by starvation .

According to Guardia Civil, RCHL was arrested last Monday after learning that he had several raptors and parrots at a campsite near Guardamar del Segura, and that was dedicated to showing them to change money.

The officers found that the Dutch left the care of animals, some of whom died from starvation and others came to devour each other for lack of food.
At the time of his detention he was involved two owls (and otrobengalensis sibiricus), an African vulture and five species of small parrot (Agapornis), which have been transferred to the recovery center of Santa Faz.

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(Periden Digital) .- The English lift or a drop, but for them a good blast. Will the Ebro and not its tributary, the Segre, who ultimately supplying the water to Barcelona from the autumn, if still no rain. Is planned to announce on Monday the president Zapatero and the chairman of the tripartite Catalan, Jose Montilla.
( Image: Ebro River - Photo: )
will have been long periods of telephone conversations between them and also between the leaders of Environment of both governments, with the mediation of the Deputy Prime Minister Maria Teresa Fernandez de la Vega.
The solution is to transport the water through a pipe drawing the route of the motorway AP-7. The original plan was that the pipeline pass through the middle of the highway (see THE COUNTRY April 9). In the end it was decided to make it think for one side and not buried, so that the work will be faster and cheaper, according to sources familiar with the negotiations.
The Ebro water finally proceed, although by a formula that is already provided. Water Consortium buys each year Tarragona 120 to the irrigators hectometres they have concession for irrigation. With the proceeds of the sale, the irrigators have refined their systems so they can save all that water.
What is left to Tarragona
But Tarragona, although it pays for 120 MF, consumes only 80 of them. The remaining 40 are the central Government to drink acquire the 5.5 million Catalans living in Barcelona and its area of \u200b\u200binfluence.
hectometres These 40 plus wells that provide the contracted vessels recovered and should ensure supplies until May 2009, when it enters service with the desalination plant under construction the Llobregat, Barcelona touching, of which 60 will hectometres year.
The agreement on the Ebro nothing left of the Catalan Government project to capture water from the headwaters of Segre. Academic reports insisted, accurately, that it was preferable to making water at the end of the channel than before. The uptake of Segre affected irrigators using water, especially in Lleida. Water will be captured in the channels in the Ebro Delta area Tarragona come up through the pipes of minitrasvase and even Abrera treatment plant along the highway, without burying.
Technical both governments and Abertis, the concessionaire for the motorway AP-7, working at full speed yesterday to verify that the project will meet the deadlines and also how to driving safely both vandalism and the sudden rush of a car accident.
The agreement meets the requirements of Iniciativa per Catalunya: the work to be reversible, ie it can be removed after the drying phase. That's the difference, explained yesterday the leaders of training, including a "transfer" and "emergency recruitment." "This is the interconnection of the Ebro basin to the Ter and Llobregat, is the solution to an exceptional situation," they added.

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CSIC researchers discovered the first species of beetle that eats acorns Saving Forests


- The beetles bury the fruits of cork oaks

- The acorns are used as food and shelter in winter

( Image: A beetle of the species 'Thorectes lusitanicus' eating an acorn - Photo: CSIC)


MADRID .- A team of the Higher Council for Scientific Research (CSIC) in collaboration with the University of Alicante, was discovered in the Natural Park of the Acorns in Cadiz first species of beetle could drag, eating and burying acorns from different Quercus species such as oaks, oaks.

Once buried, the beetles of the species 'Thorectes lusitanicus' begin to eat the acorns and sometimes take refuge in them during the winter. This behavior is unprecedented in a kind of habits dung facilitates the survival and germination of seeds and their protection against predators such as birds and rodents.

burial and germination

Because the beetles start consuming the far side of the embryo and acorns are not consumed at all, many seeds can generate new plants. "We still need to calculate what percentage of buried acorns are capable of generating new plants, and to know whether the variation in the rate of burial and germination depends on the composition of the vegetation and the presence of vertebrate herbivores," says Jorge Lobo, co-author .

According to laboratory and field studies conducted, this species of beetle seems to prefer oak acorns compared to other species of Quercus. "The preference for the fruits of cork is even greater than that against other resources typically used by the species, such as cow dung and rabbit," says Wolf.

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The preference of this species of beetle from acorns appear to be due to the high fruit content of essential fatty acids. "Use of acorns in late autumn and winter is probably related to hibernation, the ovarian production and development of the species. Individuals fed on acorns showed higher activity rates, better and more developed eggs and greater resistance to cold, "the researchers explain.

Gender 'Thorectes' has 43 known species of beetles, of which 20 are in Ibero-Balearic territory, and 18 are endemic. These species are apterous (wingless), with a low dispersal ability, which explains the high number of species present in the Peninsula and vulnerability.

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First, I wish to thank wholeheartedly hereby (Blog in The all friends from Spain who have complimented me on my birthday last April 3. It is very gratifying to know that the affected network is still intact and continues to add new people to the cause of environmental conservation, especially young people who rely on their ability make a difference in your environment.
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In this regard, as part of the educational program Roots & ; Shoots (Roots and Shoots) are preparing for the Global Youth Summit (World Summit of Young), which will be held this month in Florida, United States, which will assist young people representing 100 countries, including two young English. Among the various issues to be worked is of course the Climate Change, for each delegation to make its contribution on the local effects and possible solutions.
few months ago, the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released a report predicting an alarming number of consequences produced by this phenomenon in the world, including droughts, floods, low crop yields, forest fires and ocean acidification. It seems that all the creatures of the web of life will be affected in one way or another by these changes.
As primatologist, I am concerned especially the prediction that between 20% and 30% of species will be threatened by a high risk extinction. We know that most of the world's species live in tropical forests. These forests are threatened by large-scale commercial exploitation and the growing number of poor people destroying the forests for charcoal or for subsistence farming.
A relatively new danger is the growing enthusiasm for biofuels. In Africa, Asia and Latin America, forest areas were reserved for conservation are converted into sugar cane plantations or oil palm, with the aim of producing fuel ethanol plants or biodiesel. The irony of cutting down forests for biofuels is that forests store a significant portion of carbon. If these trees are felled and burned, the oxidation of carbon released into the atmosphere billions of tons of carbon dioxide.
tropical rainforests in Africa, Latin America and South Asia are particularly important in this regard. Tropical deforestation contributes annually to two billion tons of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere, compared to 6 billion tons from fossil fuels. Saving these forests would not only prevent the release of carbon currently stored in them, but also allow them to continue absorbing carbon in the future.
While population pressure can not be quickly reversed, nor the logging and mining industry, there is much we can do to save these forests. The core of a successful strategy involves working not only with national authorities, but also and perhaps more importantly, with local people to raise the standard of living, especially in areas close to forest reserves. Providing technical assistance to farmers to increase their income, education, young people, health care to families and economic investments in ecotourism, these rural communities can become the protectors of the forest, not its destroyers.
Governments of the United States and other developed countries have a particular responsibility to promote these programs. Not only are Western nations the greatest consumers of oil, timber and other carbon-generating industries, but have economic power to bring about change in countries with fewer resources.
Developed nations have the opportunity to enable developing countries do not make the same mistakes as them, when they finished with their own forests and many species their own territories in the frantic race for economic development. Investing more in environmentally sustainable development can save valuable species, help prevent the escalation of global warming and increase global security. Help preserve the forests of developing nations is in line with our own interests with them.

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You can listen to the first delivery of the new section of sounds of nature, forest birds inhabiting Valsaín the pine forests.

( Image: sound specialist Carlos de Hita, during a recording - Photo - Carlos de Hita)

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Experts warn that world fisheries are in danger

04/11/1908 - (Periden Digital / EFE) .-

Increased ocean temperatures, pollution and overfishing has endangered marine life and fishing , as has been asserted by the experts participating in the Conference
Global Ocean, Coasts and Islands held in Hanoi (Vietnam).

As reported during the conference Hanoi, these three problems are common in marine ecosystems of 64 specialists who have studied and are the main reasons that 75% of fish stocks gone.

Rapid heating

The report notes that in 16 of the 64 sea areas studied "the accelerated warming is two to four times higher than the average that established the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) in 2007. "

is in the seas of the Baltic and South China, especially in its northern waters that lap the coast of China and the Korean peninsula, where there has been a further increase in temperature during the last quarter century, according to that report.

During the conference, which ended today after four days of sessions, the experts focused on identifying measures to mitigate the risks to marine ecosystems.

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recommended especially to countries in Asia, whose sea is captured over 70% of world production fish, to follow the example of other developed nations imposed closed seasons each year for some marine species.

During the last decade, conflicts between Asian fishing fleets have increased in number and intensity due to the decline of fish stocks.

Too many boats to catch fewer fish and catch them venture often beyond the maritime boundary, is a global problem that is worse in Asia, home to six of the nations of the world's most dependence on fishing, a livelihood for a hundred million people, most of them LDCs developed.

While modernizing the Asian fishing fleets, particularly those of China, Japan and South Korea, also grow to meet the increased demand for fish. The United Nations Organization for Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) estimates that demand for fish in the Chinese market will grow to 2030 by 84% and 60% in the countries of South Asia.

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ecological Zapatero's bet, the creator of the only alternative to the PHN scheme, leaving the Government and its Ministry of Agriculture became dependent, heading Elena Espinosa. The conflict of water in front of Spain's problems, this will undoubtedly be one of the controversies of the legislature. What happens to depend Environment Agriculture debunks both climate change discourse and Rajoy's cousin attacks.
seems that the panel of experts who joined Al Gore to preach the apocalypse has not been profitable ... for citizens.
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If confirmed, Zapatero has taken a step backwards in this area.
How is it possible that Rodríguez Zapatero delete the Ministry of Environment?
I, in my humble view, that he could have been renamed, but never eliminate it. I think that does not begin while the prime minister.
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The response of trees to drought

A team of English researchers in pine and oak notes the effects of climate change
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Resinero pine (Pinus pinaster) is able to develop both in dry soils in the center of the peninsula and northern wet. This ability to adapt may be expressed in the genes. In that key researchers working in the Department of Genetics, School of Engineers of the Polytechnic University of Madrid (UPM). To find out which genes in particular led him to survive in drought have placed Pinus pinaster plants, about 20 cm high, in cultures of water (without soil), and have applied a compound that acts like a sponge liquid.

"The goal is to see which genes express induce plants to drought compared to control and once identified, will be whether they express the same in adult trees, "says Alvaro Soto, of the UPM. Resinero pine was chosen because of their adaptation to different soils, temperatures and precipitation. A suitable species to analyze drought, one of the first consequences of climate change. Also check whether these genes act in the central and northern regions of Spain. The project is part of the Red EVOLTREE, which comprises 25 research groups from 15 European countries and analyzes the impact of climate change, in addition to studying the evolution of trees.

Another species suffering from water stress is the oak. Investigations have concluded that UPM Pyrenean oak (Quercus petraea) is able to put up with the lack of water and light the white oak (Quercus robur). "In shady conditions associated with water scarcity, for example with a very dense canopy, the Pyrenean hold better competition to grow," says Soto. To analyze the light that reaches all areas of oaks and study the availability of light, the researchers installed a tower of 20 meters in the oak forest in the northeast of Madrid.

The Montejo Beech Forest is in good health

Brezos, oak, birch, rowan and, of course, you. The Beech Montejo, on the border between Madrid and Guadalajara, is one of the southern beech forests of the Peninsula. The growth of these trees is possible thanks to the microclimate created by the winds of moist air that condenses on the sides and still clean over river Jarama.

Research over the past 15 years by the Department of Genetics, School of Forestry (UPM) have concluded that you have expanded, as there has been no shortage of water. Beech is a very aggressive species, explains Alvaro Soto, of the UPM, eliminate competition having its leaves horizontally to capture the maximum amount of light possible and not not a ray passes, making it difficult to grow beneath its branches other species.