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The last conferences of Professor Pedro Pérez Olea:

Navarro-Castilla A, Barja I, Olea PP, Piñeiro A, Mateo-Tomás P, Silván G and Illera JC. 2011. Agriculture evokes physiological stress in a wild population of common vole (microtus arvalis). “Stress Responses – Molecules, Organisms, Environments”, Londres, 4-7 de Enero 2011. Póster

Mateo-Tomás, P. P. Olea 2011. The role of transhumance in the conservation of the upland ecosystems of the Cantabrian Mountains: a case study with vultures. 12th European Heathland Workshop, León 12-18 Junio 2011. Oral Comunication.

Pérez Fuertes, O. Sergio-García, T, Pérez Hidalgo N, Mateo-Tomás, P, Olea, PP. 2011. Effects of irrigation on Arthropod diversity in a Mediterranean agricultural landscape. 12th European Ecological Federation Congress. Avila, 25-29 September 2011. Póster.

Fagúndez J, Olea PP, Tejedo P, Mateo-Tomás P, Gómez D. 2011. Agricultural intensification through irrigation reduces plant species diversity in cultivated fields in a Mediterranean area. 12th European Ecological Federation Congress. Avila, 25-29 September 2011. Póster.

Fagúndez J, Olea PP, Tejedo P, Mateo-Tomás P, Gómez D, Castro V. Agriculture intensification through irrigation results in a decline of arable plants diversity in a Mediterranean area. XVIII International Botanical Congress, 23-30 July 2011, Melbourne, Australia. Póster.

Pérez Fuertes O, García-Tejero S, Pérez Hidalgo N, Mateo-Tomás P, Olea PP. 2011. Diferencias en la diversidad y composición de la comunidad de artrópodos en cultivos de trigo de regadío y secano en un área mediterránea. XXVIII Jornadas de la Asociación Española de Entomología-Ponferrada-6-8 Julio 2011. Comunicación Oral.


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