Raúl. Pérez-Gómez

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Many maps (geology, hydrology, soil, vegetation, etc.) are created to inventory natural resources. Each of these resources is mapped using a unique set of criteria, including scales and taxonomies. Past research indicates that comparing results of related maps (e.g., soil and geology maps) may aid in identifying mapping deficiencies. Therefore, this study(More)
Background: Fungal infections are significant risk factors for nosocomial infections. They are associated with environmental spores and they are potential colonizers in hospital infrastructure, instruments or specific vectors. Usually they are identified by means of microbiology and culture media for definitive diagnosis. The objective is to evaluate the(More)
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