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Microalgea Movement

Airborne dispersal of microalgae has largely been a blind spot in environmental biological studies because of their low concentration in the atmosphere and the technical limitations in investigating microalgae from air samples. However, recent studies show that airborne microalgae can survive air transportation and interact with the environment.
Cyanobacteria
Cyanobacteria

In a new paper, former CAnMove postdoc, Sylvie Tesson and collegues present a minireview of these recent studies and traces the possible route from established ecosystems to new habitats through air transportation over a variety of geographic scales.

To the paper "Airborne microalgae: new insights, opportunities and challenges" in Applied and Environmental Microbiology.

Latest articles

30/11/2017
Flight speed adjustments in waders
Flight speed adjustments in waders
30/11/2017
Collaborative work on the monitoring of aerofauna
Collaborative work on the monitoring of aerofauna
15/11/2017
Ear size matters
Ear size matters
06/11/2017
The Animal Migration course 2017
The Animal Migration course 2017
02/11/2017
VR grants to CAnMove PIs
VR grants to CAnMove PIs

Centre for Animal Movement Research
Evolutionary Ecology, Department of Biology
Ecology building S-223 62 Lund Sweden