Efectos del Cambio Ambiental en las comunidades de organismos de los ríos mediterráneos
Latest version published by Freshwater Ecology, Hydrology and Management (F.E.H.M.) Research Group - Universitat de Barcelona on 20 April 2020 Freshwater Ecology, Hydrology and Management (F.E.H.M.) Research Group - Universitat de Barcelona

Collection of aquatic macroinvertebrates of the studies of biodiversity monitoring and the ecological state of the rivers and streams. The study sites are within the protected areas of the Natural Parks of the Diputació de Barcelona and in other river reaches with reference conditions of the province of Barcelona. The main objective of the project is to examine whether global environmental changes are affecting the structure of these ecosystems. The collection includes specimens collected in spring and summer from 2012 to 2019. Specimens of macroinvertebrates are sorted and identified at major groups (6%), family (19%), subfamily (9,5%), tribe (2.5%), genus (51%) and species (11,5%) level. The macroinvertebrates have been fixed in 4% formaldehyde or 70% ethanol and preserved in 70% ethanol in 5mL vials. This project is the continuation of the first river quality monitoring studies that started back in 1979, which data will soon be included in GBIF as well. On the other hand, as the project has continuity in the future, this collection will grow year by year.

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  • Event (core)
    167
  • Occurrence 
    5979

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Fortuño Estrada P (2020): Efectos del Cambio Ambiental en las comunidades de organismos de los ríos mediterráneos. v2.10. Freshwater Ecology, Hydrology and Management (F.E.H.M.) Research Group - Universitat de Barcelona. Dataset/Samplingevent. https://doi.org/10.15470/yt2uex

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Keywords

Samplingevent

Contacts

Who created the resource:

Pau Fortuño Estrada
technician
Freshwater Ecology, Hydrology and Management (F.E.M) Research Group - Universitat de Barcelona
Av. Diagonal, 643 (Unitat Ecologia - Fac. Biologia)
08028 Barcelona
Barcelona
ES
+34934031188
http://www.ub.edu/fem

Who can answer questions about the resource:

Pau Fortuño Estrada
technician
Freshwater Ecology, Hydrology and Management (F.E.M) Research Group - Universitat de Barcelona
Av. Diagonal, 643 (Unitat Ecologia - Fac. Biologia)
08028 Barcelona
Barcelona
ES
+34934031188
http://www.ub.edu/fem

Who filled in the metadata:

Pau Fortuño Estrada
Technician
Freshwater Ecology, Hydrology and Management (F.E.M) Research Group - Universitat de Barcelona
Av. Diagonal, 643 (Unitat Ecologia - Fac. Biologia)
08028 Barcelona
Barcelona
ES
+34657912456
http://www.ub.edu/fem

Who else was associated with the resource:

User
Pau Fortuño Estrada
technician
Freshwater Ecology, Hydrology and Management (F.E.M) Research Group - Universitat de Barcelona
Av. Diagonal, 643 (Unitat Ecologia - Fac. Biologia)
08028 Barcelona
Barcelona
ES
+34934031188
http://www.ub.edu/fem
Geographic Coverage

Barcelona province

Bounding Coordinates South West [41.267, 1.51], North East [42.259, 2.641]
Taxonomic Coverage

Aquatic macroinvertebrates of mediterranean rivers (family, genus or species level)

Genus  Adicella,  Aeshna,  Agabus,  Agapetus,  Amphinemura,  Anacaena,  Anax,  Ancylus,  Aphelocheirus,  Aquarius,  Asellus,  Atherix,  Atrichops,  Baetis,  Beraea,  Bidessus,  Bithynella,  Boyeria,  Brachyptera,  Brillia,  Caenis,  Calopteryx,  Centroptilum,  Ceraclea,  Ceriagrion,  Ceriagrion,  Chaetarthria,  Chaetopteryx,  Chalcolestes,  Chelifera,  Chimarra,  Chironomus,  Chloroperla,  Chrysops,  Cloeon,  Cordulegaster,  Corynoneura,  Crunoecia,  Culex,  Cyphon,  Deronectes,  Dicranota,  Dina,  Dinocras/Eoperla,  Dixa,  Dixella,  Dryops,  Dugesia,  Dytiscus,  Ecdyonurus,  Echinogammarus,  Electrogena,  Elmis,  Elodes,  Epeorus,  Ephemera,  Erpobdella,  Esolus,  Galba,  Gerris,  Glossiphonia,  Glossosoma,  Glyphotaelius,  Goera,  Gomphus,  Graptodytes,  Gyraulus,  Gyrinus,  Habroleptoides,  Habrophlebia,  Halesus,  Haliplus,  Helobdella,  Helochares,  Helophorus,  Hemerodromia,  Hexatoma,  Holocentropus,  Hydra,  Hydraena,  Hydrochus,  Hydrocyphon,  Hydrometra,  Hydrophilus,  Hydroporus,  Hydropsyche,  Hydroptila,  Hyporhyacophila,  Ibisia,  Ilybius,  Ischnura,  Islamia,  Isoperla,  Krenosmittia,  Laccobius,  Laccophilus,  Lepidostoma,  Lestes,  Leucorrhinia,  Leuctra,  Libellula,  Limnebius,  Limnephilus,  Limnephilus,  Limnius,  Liponeura,  Lymnaea,  Lype,  Maladema,  Mesophylax,  Metalype,  Micronecta,  Microvelia,  Mystacides,  Naucoris,  Nehalennia,  Nemoura,  Nepa,  Neureclepsis,  Niphargus,  Notonecta,  Odontocerum,  Oecetis,  Oligoplectrum,  Oligoplectrum,  Onychogomphus,  Orectochilus,  Oreodytes,  Orthetrum,  Orthotrichia,  Osmylus,  Oulimnius,  Oxycera,  Oxyloma,  Paraleptophlebia,  Parasigara,  Paratrichocladius,  Peltodytes,  Perla,  Perlodes,  Philopotamus,  Physa,  Physella,  Pilaria,  Pisidium,  Plactycnemis,  Planorbis,  Platambus,  Platycnemis,  Plectrocnemia,  Polycelis,  Polycentropus,  Potamophylax,  Potamopyrgus,  Prionocera,  Procambarus,  Procloeon,  Protonemura,  Pseudamnicola,  Psychoda,  Psychomyia,  Ptychoptera,  Pyrrhosoma,  Radix,  Rhithrogena,  Rhyacophila,  Riolus,  Scirtes,  Selysiothemis,  Sepedon,  Sericostoma,  Serratella,  Sialis,  Silo,  Siphonoperla,  Sphaerium,  Stenelmis,  Stenophylax,  Stictonectes,  Stictotarsus,  Stractobia,  Stratiomys,  Sympecma,  Sympetrum,  Synagapetus,  Tabanus,  Thaumalea,  Thienemanniella,  Thraulus,  Tinodes,  Tipula,  Tonnoiriella,  Torleya,  Triaenodes,  Velia,  Wormaldia,  Yola
Temporal Coverage
Start Date / End Date 2012-03-01 / 2019-08-19
Project Data

Studies of biodiversity monitoring and ecological state of Mediterranean rivers and streams. The study sites are within the protected areas of the Natural Parks of the Diputació de Barcelona and in other river reaches with reference conditions of the province of Barcelona. The main objective of the project is to examine whether global environmental changes are affecting the structure and the aquatic invertebrate communities of these ecosystems.

Title CARIMED (Effects of the Environmental Change in the communities of organisms of the Mediterranean rivers)
Identifier CARIMED
Funding Diputació de Barcelona
Study Area Description Rivers and streams of the province of Barcelona (SPAIN).
Design Description GUADALMED (PRECE) Protocol

The personnel involved in the project:

Author
Pau Fortuño Estrada
Sampling Methods

GUADALMED (PRECE) protocol.

Study Extent Rivers and streams of the Province of Barcelona (Spain).

Method step description:

  1. GUADALMED (PRECE) protocol.
Additional Metadata
Alternative Identifiers doi:10.15470/yt2uex
2444d607-5bbc-4b7a-a804-fd9fbaebd6c6
https://ipt.gbif.es/resource?r=carimed