Iberia: natural history and environment

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The environment, geography, nature and landscape of Spain

Wednesday, January 12, 2005

Latest articles from iberianature.com

Chestnut blight/Chestnuts in Spain
Mammals in Spain
Climate in Spain
Climate change: Iberia most affected (Updated)
Iberian Wolf (Updated again )
Olive farming. olives and oil (Nick and Frances)
Lammergeyers
The Little Ice Age in Spain
Ape ancestor discovery and Spain in the Miocene
Acorns and rats in Castile
Some notes on Almeria
Altamira
Badgers in Spain
Biography of Spanish mountains (IN PROGRESS update 2)
Bites and stings (the land)
Bites and stings (the sea)
Bonelli's eagle
Climate change threat to Sierra Nevada Flora
Bird atlas and changes in land use in Catalonia
Earthquakes in Spain
Els Aiguamolls and Malaria (by Francis Barret)
Fire
Half-wolves and vulture feeding stations
History of Malaria in Spain
Holm oaks and the dehesa
Locusts
Mega-tsunami of La Palma
Monumental trees and encinas
Naranjo de Bulnes
Origin of Iberian Lynx and Imperial Eagle
Pyrenean glaciers melting fast
Spanish landscape paintings
Spanish cows and beef (F.Barrett+N.Lloyd)
State of the Coast
Strabo on Iberia in "Geography"
Temperature records
Tiger mosquitoes and the history of yellow fever and dengue in Spain
Tourism, wetlands and the Delta de Llobregat
Wind farms

Courgettes, gourds and aubergines
Pepper and peppers
Tomatoes
Other stuff
Mad cows in Spain
Weather news
Highest mountains in Spain
Highest mountains in Spain by province
Spanish Provinces by surface area (km2) and altitude bands
Principal rivers (and water basins)
Rivers and tributaries of mainland Spain
Fire statistics 1992-2002
Castilian synonyms for mountain, hill and crag
English-Spanish-Catalan-Latin bird checklist for Spain
English-Spanish-Latin mammal checklist for Spain
Freshwater fish in Spain - Spanish -English -Latin
Spanish amphibians Spanish -English -Latin
Ultimate Iberian badger glossary (
Spain in facts, figures and trivia



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