Gustavo TejeraGrupo de Ornitología e Historia Natural de las islas Canarias | GOHNIC · Ornithology
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January 2015 - June 2015
Grupo de Ornitología e Historia Natural de las islas Canarias
Do islands harbour less diverse disease communities than mainland? The island biogeography theory predicts more diverse communities on mainland than on islands due to more niches, more diverse habitats and availability of greater range of hosts. We compared bacteria prevalences of Campylobacter, Chlamydia and Salmonella in cloacal samples of a smal...
The project MISTIC SEAS I selected common species and Management Units (MUs) in European Macaronesia islands (Azores, Madeira and the Canary Islands) and defined thresholds and environmental targets to help determine the Good Environmental Status (GES) of this MUs following the requirements of the Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD). MISTIC...
Insular wildlife is more prone to extinction than their mainland relatives. Thus, a basic understanding of non-natural mortality sources is the first step in the development of conservation management plans. The Canary Islands are an important tourist destination due to their unique climate and rich scenery and biodiversity. During the last few dec...
Number of carcasses (roadkills) found on Lanzarote, Canary Islands (November 2010-October 2011). Mortality was estimated by considering carcass removal time (PT) and probability of observer detectability (D) of each species according to bibliography . (DOCX)
Tejera, G. & Rodríguez, B. Quantifying the importance for waterbirds of an urban rocky coastal site in Lanzarote, Canary Islands. Wader Study Group Bull. 121(1): 1–8. We present the results of monthly censuses of waterbirds in a rocky coastal sector of the city of Arrecife, Lanzarote (Canary Islands). Spatial and temporal changes both in species ab...