RESTORATION OF AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS IN PROTECTED AREAS IN THE ALPS AND PYRENEES

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“Els aiguamolls d’alta muntanya, uns ambients singulars que cal gestionar” talk by Dr. Josep Mª Ninot, professor at the University of Barcelona and researcher of LIFE RESQUE ALPYR organized by Comú de Particulars de la Pobla de Segur.
Teresa Buchaca and Marc Ventura, two researchers from the project, have participated in the III Jornades III Jornades de Fauna of the Grup de Recerca de Cerdanya that have taken place at the Museu Municipal de Llívia who collaborates with the organization.
The Life LimnoPirineus and Resque Alpyr projects promote the removal of fish from these lakes as an effective conservation action and a viable tool to restore the quality of these ecosystems and the communities that inhabit them (available with subtitles). A video from CENEAM – Ministerio de Transición Ecológica
Natural heritage through the CSIC long-term monitoring projects (LTER) in the Parque Nacional de Ordesa y Monterperdido, in the Parc Nacional d’Agüestortes National and in the Parque Nacional de los Pico de Europa.
“Ecologia i conservació en estanys d’alta muntanya dels Pirineus” seminar by Dr. Marc Ventura organized by the IEA-UdG.
The Observatori del Patrimoni Natural (Natural Heritage Observatory) dedicates a video of the series State of Nature 2020 to the freshwater invasive species, with LIFE RESQUE ALPYR and LIFE LIMNOPIRINEUS as protagonists. Un video del CENEAM – Ministerio de Transición Ecológica
The program “From park to park” is a documentary series of 16 chapters dedicated to the 16 Spanish National Parks, produced by RTVE. The chapter is dedicated to the Aigüestortes i Estany de Sant Maurici National Park, with the participation of various members of the LIFE RESQUE ALPYR project team.
Presentation of the LIFE RESQUE ALPYR at the Ecomuseum of the Valls d’Àneu (Esterri d’Àneu).
“Perchè eradicare i pesci alloctoni dai laghi
d’alta montagna” seminar by Dr. Rocco Tiberti (minute 2:32:00) within the framework of the conference “Arrestare le specie aliene e invasive per conservare la biodiversità” Federparchi.