The Experimental Station of arid zones (EEZA) is an Institute of the Council of scientific researches belonging to the Area of natural resources, created in 1947.
Its mission is to:
- Promoting the development of basic research as a vital engine of innovation and improvement of the management of the natural and rural environment in extreme environments.
- Provide knowledge to solve ecological problems allowing to reconcile the interests arising from the preservation of the environment and their rational exploitation.
- Lead projects for reintroduction and conservation of several species of African ungulates to ensure their final recovery in freedom.
Assessing short-term effects of capture, handling and tagging of Pin-tailed and Black-bellied Sandgrouse Pterocles alchata and P. orientalis
Advances in Ecological Research
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology
Comment on “Using the gradient method to determine soil gas flux: A review” by M. Maier and H. Schack-Kirchner