RESTAURATION D’ÉCOSYSTÈMES AQUATIQUES DANS DES ZONES PROTÉGÉES DES ALPES ET DES PYRÉNÉES

  • Bats, little-known marvels!

    Bats, little-known marvels!

    Today is the International Bat Appreciation Day, with over 1,440 species worldwide, bats are true examples of biodiversity among mammals. Approximately 20% of all mammal species are bats. The order Chiroptera, a Greek-origin name meaning « winged hand » (cheir = hand, pteron = wing), encompasses all bat species. Bats are distributed throughout most of the planet,…

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  • We have published the second brochure of the project

    We have published the second brochure of the project

    A characteristic feature of high mountains, especially in areas composed of granite or slate, is the abundance and diversity of surface waters. This richness is a result of high precipitation, the low permeability of the rocks, and glacial terrain. As a result, there is an abundance of springs and other water sources, such as streams,…

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