Lunes, 25 Mayo 2020 17:27

Contaminated soils determine root characteristics

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University of Cordoba Professor Rafael Villar participated in a study on the variation of root traits among Mediterranean trees planted in metal-contaminated soil

Miércoles, 20 Mayo 2020 09:03

A new algorithm predicts the difficulty in fighting fire

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The tool completes previous studies with new variables and could improve the ability to respond to forest fires

After comparing two different soil use systems spanning 22 years, a study concludes that the dehesa’s capacity to sequester carbon is the same whether it is permanently pastured soil or used for temporary crops

The University of Cordoba participated in the first shaping of a hydrological model on a basin scale as a global model to advance in world hydrological predictions

A research project studied the microbiome of olive tree roots and concluded that Verticillium wilt is fueled by a community of microorganisms that team up to attack plants, thus reassessing the way this problem is dealt with

The research looked into the evolution of the Daniellia clade, a set of trees with environmental importance, and confirms that more than half its species are endangered

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