Mammalnet blog

In diesem Blog werden wir Ihnen Geschichten über die Säugetiere erzählen, die in unserer Umgebung leben. Wie Sie zusammenarbeiten können, um ihren Erhalt zu unterstützen und was ihre Hauptprobleme sind? Sie werden auch lernen, wie Sie die Arten, die Sie beobachten, identifizieren und besser verstehen können, und wir werden Ihnen einige der Aktivitäten vorstellen, die wir in den kommenden Monaten vorbereiten werden

Moving forward together on increasing our knowledge of European mammals

Progress of Mammalnet project during 2020 We all remember 2020 as a very difficult year

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Dezember 29, 2020 0

Advances with iMammalia app

During the last year we have made some improvements in iMammalia app, and many others

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Dezember 29, 2020 0

Advances with MammalWeb app

During 2020 a series of improvements have been made in MammalWeb app that allows to

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Dezember 29, 2020 0

Kartierung der europäischen Säugetiere

Die Stiftung Europäische Säugetiere startet ein Langzeit- Großprojekt, "Kartierung der europäischen Säugetiere". Die Finanzierung dieses

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Oktober 27, 2019 0

ENETWILD Workshop At IUGB 34th Conference

The IUGB (International Union of Game Biologists) is an international non-profit organisation whose aims are

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September 6, 2019 0

Workshop 1: Wild Boar Abundance And Distribution Data

1.- What kinds of data are usable for abundance maps (models)? 2.- Where are data?

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September 5, 2019 0

NEW paper!
What happens to the #mammal community after a #wolf cull?

The 1st of a new series from #ACMELab:

Predator control alters wolf interactions with prey and competitor species over the diel cycle https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/oik.08821#.Yn52UZVxExk.twitter

2 outbreaks of #birdflu in 🦊 2 wild red foxes 🦊 were reported in Wisconsin, #USA 🇺🇸 via #WAHIS.

Bird flu 🦠 also affects some #mammals, detecting such cases is a sign of increased surveillance in #wildlife.

Consult the full report 👉 https://wahis.oie.int/#/report-info?reportId=53701

According to the World Health Organization, rats are already responsible for causing more than 400m infections in people each year spread through bites, the fleas they transport, urine and aerosols. More than 60 pathogens can infect humans🐀🐀🐀
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/global-health/climate-and-people/rise-of-the-rodent/

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