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Age and sexual differences in the exploitation of two anthropogenic food resources for an opportunistic seabird
The availability of food resources has been suggested as a major factor in the substantial increase in reproductive output, survival, recruitment and, ultimately, population growth rates in mostExpand
The palaeoenvironmental and palaeohydrological evolution of Padul Peat Bog (Granada, Spain) over one million years, from elemental, isotopic and molecular organic geochemical proxies
Abstract The elemental (concentration of organic carbon, atomic H/C and C/N ratios), isotopic ( δ 13 C values of organic matter) and molecular (predominant n -alkane chain length and carbonExpand
Oxygen and carbon stable isotopes of modern land snail shells as environmental indicators from a low-latitude oceanic island
Abstract Land snails provide a unique opportunity to study terrestrial paleoenvironments because their shells, which are generally highly abundant and well-preserved in the fossil record, contain aExpand
Vast fields of hydrocarbon-derived carbonate chimneys related to the accretionary wedge/olistostrome of the Gulf of Cádiz
We report the first discovery and sampling of vast fields of hydrocarbon-derived carbonate chimneys along the Gulf of Cadiz continental slope, at depths between 500 and 1200 m. A large variety ofExpand
Stable isotope (δ18O, δ13C, and δD) signatures of recent terrestrial communities from a low-latitude, oceanic setting: Endemic land snails, plants, rain, and carbonate sediments from the eastern
Abstract Stable isotopes of oxygen and carbon extracted from fossil land snail shells have been used increasingly to interpret past environments. To evaluate the utility of this approach forExpand
Comparison of ecosystem modelling and isotopic approach as ecological tools to investigate food webs in the NW Mediterranean Sea
Abstract Understanding how marine ecosystems are structured and how they function is a scientific challenge. Nowadays, to learn about ecosystem trophic dynamics ecologists use two complementaryExpand
Climate variability in the Upper Jordan Valley around 0.78 Ma, inferences from time-series stable isotopes of Viviparidae, supported by mollusc and plant palaeoecology
Abstract The Early–Middle Pleistocene lacustrine sediments at Gesher Benot Ya'aqov (GBY) in the Upper Jordan Valley span ca. 100 Ka across the Matuyama–Brunhes Boundary (MBB) at 780 Ka and oxygenExpand
Evidence for in situ crude oil biodegradation after the Prestige oil spill.
In November 2002, the oil tanker Prestige sank off the Spanish coast after releasing approximately 17,000 tones of heavy fuel, coating several hundred kilometers of coastline in oil sludge. InExpand
Drought-induced increase in water-use efficiency reduces secondary tree growth and tracheid wall thickness in a Mediterranean conifer
In order to understand the impact of drought and intrinsic water-use efficiency (iWUE) on tree growth, we evaluated the relative importance of direct and indirect effects of water availability onExpand
300 Million years of episodic hydrothermal activity: stable isotope evidence from hydrothermal rocks of the Eastern Iberian Central System
Abstract The Eastern Iberian Central System has abundant ore showings hosted by a wide variety of hydrothermal rocks; they include Sn-W, Fe and Zn-(W) calcic and magnesian skarns, shear zone- andExpand
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