Estanys de l’Albera i basses dels secans de Lleida: quines característiques ambientals determinen les seves comunitats i la seva biodiversitat?

@inproceedings{Jover2013EstanysDL,
  title={Estanys de l’Albera i basses dels secans de Lleida: quines caracter{\'i}stiques ambientals determinen les seves comunitats i la seva biodiversitat?},
  author={Miquel Bosch i Jover and Albert Ruh{\'i} and Eglantine Chappuis and Daniel Escoriza and Jordi Algu{\'e} Sala and Dani Boix and St{\'e}phanie Gasc{\'o}n and Esperança Gacia},
  year={2013}
}
En aquest estudi, hem realitzat una comparacio de les comunitats biologiques dels estanys i les basses temporanies de dues arees de clima diferenciat, al massis de l’Albera (Alt Emporda) i als secans de Lleida (Segria). L’objectiu del treball ha estat identificar les variables ambientals que determinen la composicio d’aquestes comunitats, com la biodiversitat, la dinamica temporal i la congruencia taxonomica en termes de riquesa d’especies que es pugui donar entre els grups floristics i… 

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