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Divulgazeral

Divulgazeral is a window open to the multidisciplinary world of Environmental Sciences and a platform for scientific communication and discovery.

01 may 2018

Nutritional health in red deer: it is about age

Jaime Rodríguez Estival
Ecophysiology

Age, a key determinant in the management of nutritional deficiencies in the Iberian red deer


Wild ungulates hunting, management and farming are important socioeconomic activities in rural areas across Europe, being the Iberian red deer (Cervus elaphus hispanicus) the most important large game species in Spain. These animals mostly depend on food and mineral resources available in the environment (plants, soils, water) to keep the required physiological ranges of essential elements, such as...

01 abr 2018

Terra Mobilis 2018

Azeral Environmental Sciences
Education and interpretation

Travelling exhibition and workshop programme concerning Environmental Education in the province of Cuenca (Spain)


When we talk about damaging the environment and the many problems that human activities cause in it, things that come to our minds include factories polluting the air and water, machines cutting down hectares of trees, overloaded rubbish landfills or the famous climate change. We usually view environmental damage as something that is far away, as if solutions to environmental...

01 mar 2018

What is an Azeral and what is it for?

Azeral Environmental Sciences
Welcome to Divulgazeral

Welcome to Azeral Environmental Sciences and Divulgazeral, our blog for scientific communication and discovery!


Just a few days ago, while we were thinking on the title of our introduction, we coincidentally found the Spanish movie “¿Para qué sirve un oso?” [What is a bear for?], which tells the story of two scientists, two brothers, with widely different views on life, the world of science and nature. Several messages encourage reflection on a range of topics, including the importance of...