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En revistas del ISI


Alameda D, Villar R. 2009. Moderate soil compaction: implications on growth and architecture of 17 woody plants seedlings. Soil & Tillage Research 103: 325–331 

Alameda D, Villar R. 2012. Linking root traits to plant physiology and growth in Fraxinus angustifolia Vahl.seedlings under soil compaction conditions. Environmental and Experimental Botany 79: 49– 57.

Aponte C, García LV, Marañón T & Gardes M. 2010. Indirect host effect on ectomycorrhizal fungi: leaf fall and litter quality explain changes in fungal communities on the roots of cooccurring Mediterranean oaks. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 42 (5): 788-796.

Aponte C, Marañón T, García LV. 2010. Microbial C, N and P in soils of Mediterranean oak forests: influence of season canopy cover and soil depth. Biogeochemistry 101: 77–92.

Aponte C, García LV, Pérez-Ramos IM, Gutiérrez E & Marañón T. 2011. Oak trees and soil interactions in Mediterranean forests: a positive feedback model. Journal of Vegetation Science 22: 856–867.

Aponte C, García LV, Marañón T. 2012. Tree species effect on litter decomposition and nutrient release in Mediterranean oak forests changes over time. Ecosystems 15: 1204–1218.

Benito-Garzón M, Alía R, Robson M, Zavala MA. 2011.Intra-specific variability and plasticity influence potential tree species distributions under climatic change. Global Ecology and Biogeography  20 (5): 766-778.

Benito-Garzón M, Aragón CF, Ruiz-Benito P, García-Valdés R, Zavala MA (2ª revisión). Projecting climate change effects on forest net primary productivity: a correlational non-parametric model calibrated with forest inventory data. Applied Vegetation Science. Benito-Garzón M, Ruiz-Benito P, Zavala MA (2ª revisión). Inter-specific differences in tree growth and mortality responses to climate determine potential species distribution limits in Iberian forests. Global Ecology and Biogeography

Bejarano L, Villar R, Murillo AM & Quero J L. 2010Soil compaction and irradiance effects on growth of Quercus pyrenaica Willd. (Fagaceae) seedlings. Soil, Tillage & Research, 110: 108-114.

Becerra P, González-Rodríguez V, Smith C, Armesto J. 2011. Spatio-temporal variation in the effect of herbaceous layer on woody seedling survival in a Chilean mediterranean ecosystem. Journal of Vegetation Science (en prensa)

Díaz-Sierra R, Zavala MA & Rietkerk M. 2010. Positive interactions, discontinuous transitions and species coexistence in plant communities. Theoretical Population Biology, 77: 131-144.

Domínguez MT, Madrid F, Marañón T & Murillo JM. 2009. Cadmium availability in soil and retention in oak roots: Potencial for phytostabilization. Chemosphere 76: 480-486.

Domínguez MT, Madejón P, Marañón T & Murillo JM. 2009. Afforestation of a trace-element polluted area in SW Spain: woody plant performance and trace element accumulation. European Journal of Forest Research, 129:47–59

Domínguez MT, Marañón T, Murillo JM, Schulin R & Robinson BH. 2009. Nutritional status of Mediterranean trees growing in a contaminated and remediated area. Water. Air and Soil Pollution, 205: 305-321

Domínguez MT, Marañón T, Murillo JM, Redondo-Gómez S. 2011. Response of  Holm oak (Quercus ilex subsp. ballota) and mastic shrub (Pistacia  lentiscus L.) seedlings to high concentrations of Cd and Tl in the  rhizosphere. Chemosphere 83: 1166-1174.

Domínguez MT, Aponte C, Pérez-Ramos IM, García LV, Villar R, Marañón T. 2012. Relationships between leaf morphological traits, nutrient concentrations and isotopic signatures for Mediterranean woody plant species and communities. Plant and Soil 357:407–424.

García-Valdés R, Zavala MA, Araújo MB, Purves DW  (2a review). Chasing a moving target: projecting climate-change driven changes in non-equilibrial tree species distributions. Journal of Ecology

Gómez-Aparicio L. 2009. The role of plant interactions in the restoration of degraded ecosystems: a meta-analysis across life-forms and ecosystems. Journal of Ecology, 97: 1202-1214.

Gómez-Aparicio, L.,* R. García-Valdés, P. Ruíz-Benito & M.A. Zavala. 2011. Disentangling the relative importance of climate, size and competition on tree growth in Iberian forests: implications for forest management under global change. Global Change Biology 17: 2400-2414

Gómez-Aparicio L, Ibáñez B, Serrano MS, De Vita P, Ávila JM, Pérez-Ramos IM, García LV, Sánchez ME, Marañón T. 2012. Spatial patterns of soil pathogens in declining Mediterranean forests: implications for tree species regeneration. New Phytologist 194: 1014–1024.

González-Pérez JA, González-Vila FJ, Arias ME, Rodríguez J, de la Rosa JM, Marañón T & Clemente L. 2011. Geochemical and ecological significance of soil lipids under Rhododendron ponticum stands. Environmental Chemistry Letters 9:453–464.

González-Moreno P, Quero JL, Poorter L, Bonet FJ & Zamora R. 2011.Is spatial structure the key to promote plant diversity in Mediterranean forest plantations? Basic and Applied Ecology 12: 251-259

González-Rodríguez V, Navarro Cerrillo R, Villar R. 2011. Maternal influences on seed mass effect and initial seedling growth in four Quercus species. Acta Oecologica 37: 1-9. doi:10.1016/j.actao.2010.10.006

González-Rodríguez V, Villar R., Casado R, Suárez-Bonnet E, Quero JL, Navarro Cerrillo R, 2011. Spatio-temporal heterogeneity effects on seedling growth and establishment in four Quercus species. Annals of Forest Science. DOI 10.1007/s13595-011-0069-z

González-Rodríguez V, Navarro Cerrillo R, Villar R. 2011. Artificial regeneration with Quercus ilex L. and Q. suber L. by direct seeding and planting in southern Spain.Annals of Forest Science  68: 637-646.

González-Rodríguez V, Villar R, Casado R, Suárez-Bonet E, Quero JL, Navarro-Cerrillo RM. 2011. Spatio-temporal heterogeneity effects on seedling growth and establishment in four Quercus species. Annals of Forest Science (en prensa)

 González-Rodríguez V, Navarro-Cerrillo R, Villar R. 2011. Artificial regeneration with Quercus ilex L. and Q. suber L. oaks by direct seeding and planting in southern Spain. Annals of Forest Science 68: 637-646

Lines E, Zavala MA, Purves D, Coomes D. 2012. Predictable changes in aboveground allometry of trees along gradients of temperature, aridity and competition. Global Ecology and Biogeography 21: 1017-1028.

Montoya D, Purves D, Rodriguez-Urbieta I, & Zavala MA. 2009. Do species distribution models explain spatial structure within tree species ranges? Global Ecology and Biogeography,18: 662-673.

Moreno de las Heras M, Nicolau JM, Merino-Martín L, & Wilcox BP. 2010. Plot-scale effects on runoff and erosion along a slope degradation gradient. Water Resources Research 46: W04503, 1-12.

Moreno-de las Heras M, Diaz-Siera R, Nicolau JM, Zavala MA. 2011. Evaluating restoration of man-made slopes: a threshold approach balancing vegetation and rill erosion. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 36 (6): 1367-1377.

Nguyen Ngoc D, Bravo de la Parra R, Zavala MA & Auger P. 2010. Competition and species coexistence in a metapopulation model: Can fast asymmetric migration reverse the outcome of competition in a homogeneous environment?  Journal of Theoretical Biology 266: 256–263.

Ojea E, Ruiz-Benito P, Markyanda A, Zavala MA. 2012. Wood provisioning in Mediterranean forests: a bottom up spatial valuation approach. Forest Economics & Policy 20: 78-88.

Olano JM, Zavala MA, Rozas V. 2012 Disruption of Juniperus thurifera woodland structure along its northwestern geographical range: potential drivers and limiting factors. European Journal of Forest Research

Oliet JA, Salazar JM, Villar R, Robredo E, Valladares F. 2011. Fall fertilization of Holm oak affects N and P dynamics, root growth potential, and post-planting phenology and growth. Annals of Forest Science. DOI 10.1007/s13595-011-0060-8

Pérez-Ramos IM & Marañón T. 2009. Effects of waterlogging on seed germination of three Mediterranean oak species: Ecological implications. Acta Oecologica, 35: 422-428.

Pérez-Ramos IM, Gómez-Aparicio L, Villar R, García LV & Marañón T. 2010. Seedling growth and morphology of three oak species along field resource gradients and seed mass variation: a seedling age-dependent response. Journal of Vegetation Science 21: 419-437.

Pérez-Ramos IM, Ourcival JM, Limousin JM and Rambal S. 2010. Mast seeding under increasing drought: results from a long-term data set and from a rainfall exclusion experiment. Ecology, 91(10): 3057–3068

Pérez-Ramos IM, Marañón T. 2012. Community-level seedling dynamics in Mediterranean forests: uncoupling between the canopy and the seedling layersJournal of Vegetation Science 23: 526-540.

Pérez-Ramos IM, Urbieta IR, Zavala MA,  Marañón T. 2012. Ontogenetic conflicts and rank reversals in two Mediterranean oak species: implications for coexistence. Journal of Ecology 100: 467-477.

Poorter L, Lianes E, Moreno De Las Heras M, Zavala MA. 2012. Interspecific allometric variation of main Iberian canopy tree species in relation to wood density, shade tolerance and climate. Plant Ecology 213: 707-722.

Poorter, H., U. Niinemets, L. Poorter, I.J. Wright & R. Villar. 2009. Causes and consequences of variation in leaf mass per area (LMA): a meta-analysis. New Phytologist, 182: 565-588.

Pueyo Y, Kéfi S, Díaz-Sierra R, Alados CL, Rietkerk M. 2010. The role of reproductive plant traits and biotic interactions in the dynamics of semi-arid plant communities. Theoretical Population Biology, 78: 289-297.

Quero JL, Sterck FJ, Villar R & Martínez-Vilalta J. 2011. Water use strategies of six co-existing Mediterranean woody species during a summer drought. Oecologia166: 45–57.

Quero JL, Herrero A & Zamora R. 2011.Linking stochasticity to determinism of woody plant recruitment in a mosaic landscape: A spatially-explicit approach. Basic and Applied Ecology 12: 161-171.

Rodríguez-Calcerrada J, Pérez-Ramos IM, Ourcival JM, Limousin J, Joffre R & Rambal S. 2011.Is selective thinning an adequate practice for adapting Quercus ilex coppices to climate change? Annals of Forest Science 68: 575–585

Ruiz-Benito P, Cuevas JA, Bravo de la Parra R, Prieto F, García del Barrio JM, Zavala MA. 2010Land use change in a Mediterranean metropolitan region and its periphery: Assessment of conservation policies through CORINE Land Cover data and Markov models. Forest Systems 3: 315-318.

Ruiz-Benito P, Gómez-Aparicio L, Zavala MA. 2012 Mediterranean planted pine forests as novel ecosystems: Large scale assessment of regeneration and diversity along ecological gradients. Diversity and Distributions 18: 1092-1106.

Ruiz-Benito P, Gómez-Aparicio L, Paquette A, Messier C, Kattge J, Zavala MA. (Enviado). Functional diversity increases carbon storage and tree productivity in Iberian forests. Global Ecology and Biogeography.

Ruiz-Benito P, Lines ER, Gómez-Aparicio L, Zavala MA, Coomes DA. (Enviado). Patterns and drivers of tree mortality in Iberian forests: climatic effects are modified by competition. PLoS ONE.

Sánchez-Salguero R, Camarero JJ, Dobbertin M, Fernández-Cancio A, Vilà-Cabrera A, Manzanedo R, Zavala MA , Navarro-Cerrillo R. (Enviado) Drought and management drive forest decline in rear-edge Pinus nigra forests” European Journal of Forest Research.

Sánchez-Salguero R, Navarro-Cerrillo RM, Swetnam TW, Zavala MA (2012). Is drought the main decline factor at the rear edge of Europe? The case of southern Iberian pine plantations. Forest Ecology and Management 271: 158-169.

Urbieta IR, García LV, Zavala MA & Marañón T. 2011. Mediterranean pine and oak distribution in southern Spain: Is there a mismatch between regeneration and adult distribution? Journal of Vegetation Science, 22: 18-31.

Urli M, Delzon S, Eyermann A, Couallier V, García-Valdés R, Zavala MA, Porté AJ  (2a revisión). Altitudinal shifts in tree species distribution in response to global change in two Iberian mountains. Journal of Vegetation Science.

Verdú JR, Numa C, Lobo JM and Pérez-Ramos IM. 2011. Acorn preference under field and laboratory conditions by two flightless Iberian dung beetle species (Thorectes baraudi and Jekelius nitidus): Implications for recruitment and management of oak forests in central Spain. Ecological Entomology 36: 104–110.

Zavala MA, Espelta JM, Caspersen JP, Retana J. Interspecific differences in sapling performance with respect to light and aridity gradients in Mediterranean pine-oak forests: implications for species coexistence. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 41 (7): 1432-1444.


 Otras publicaciones

Alameda D, Villar R. 2010. Patrón espacial de las variables de la compactación del suelo y su relación con la cobertura vegetal. En: Análisis espacial en ecología: métodos y aplicaciones. II Reunión Ecología Espacial. Capitulo 19. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid y AEET. En prensa 

Aponte C. 2011. Interacciones planta-suelo en un bosque mediterráneo. Ecosistemas 20 (2): 95-100.

González-Rodríguez V, Casado R, Villar R, Quero JL, Suárez-Bonnet E. 2010. Influencia de la heterogeneidad ambiental sobre el establecimiento de cuatro especies del género Quercus.En: Análisis espacial en ecología: métodos y aplicaciones. II Reunión Ecología Espacial. Capitulo 19. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid y AEET. En prensa

González-Rodríguez V. 2011. Establecimiento de cuatro especies de Quercus en el sur de la Península Ibérica. Factores condicionantes. Ecosistemas 20(1): 148-154

Dominguez MT. 2010. Elementos traza en el sistema planta-suelo: implicaciones para la ecología de especies leñosas mediterráneas y la restauración de zonas contaminadas. Ecosistemas 19 (1): 92-96.

Marañón T, Pugnaire FI and Callaway RM. 2009. Mediterranean-climate oak savannas: the interplay between abiotic environment and species interactions. Web Ecology, 9: 30-43.

Marañón T. 2010. Defensores de los robles vetustos. Quercus, 295: 4

Marañón T, Villar R y Zavala MA. 2011. Interacciones ecológicas y cambio global en el bosque mediterráneo. Proyecto Interbos. Europa Cork 54: 33-35.

Marañón T. 2011. Ecología, historia y gestión de los árboles del género Quercus: simposio de Isparta, Turquía. Ecosistemas 20 (1): 187-190.

Navarro Cerrillo RM,  Sánchez de la Orden M, Gómez Bonilla J, García-Ferrer A, Hernández Clemente R & Lanjeri S. 2010. Aplicación de imágenes LIDAR para la estimación del índice de superficie foliar (LAI) en encinas [Quercus ilex L. subsp. ballota (Desf.) Samp.]. Forest Systems 19: 61-69.

Pausas JG,  Marañón T, Caldeira M and Pons J. 2009. Natural regeneration. En: J. Aronson, J.S. Pereira & J. Pausas(eds). Cork oak woodlands on the edge. Ecology, adaptive management and restoration. Páginas: 115-124. Island Press, Washington, EEUU.

Pérez-de-Mora A, Madejón E, Burgos P, Domínguez MT, Madrid F, Marañón T, Murillo JM & Cabrera F. 2010. Accumulation, transfer and remediation of Cd in soils affected by the Aznalcóllar mine spill (sw Spain): a decade of experience (1998-2008). En: Reini G. Parvau (ed.). Cadmiun in the environment. Vol.: 1 (special issue 1). Páginas: 367-388. Nova Science Publishers (ISBN: 978-1-60741-934-1).

Pérez-Ramos IM & Marañón T. 2009. 9240 Robledales ibéricos de Quercus faginea y Quercus canariensis. En: VV.AA., Bases ecológicas preliminares para la conservación de los tipos de hábitat de interés comunitario en España. Madrid: Dirección General de Medio Natural y Política Forestal, Ministerio de Medio Ambiente, y Medio Rural y Marino. 56p.

Quero JM, Villar R. 2009. Parques naturales de Sierra de Cardeña y Montoro y Sierra de Andujar. En: Enciclopedia de Andalucía. En prensa.

Quero JL, Villar R, González E, Quero JM. 2010. Supervivencia de especies leñosas mediterráneas en la revegetación de taludes de la carretera N-420 (Tramo Montoro-Cardeña). En: Investigaciones en el P.N. Sierra de Cardeña y Montoro. Ed: Junta de Andalucia y Universidad de Córdoba. En prensa

Ruiz Benito P, Alvarez-Uría P & Zavala MA. 2009. Pinares mediterráneos de pinos mesogeanos endémicos VV.AA. Bases ecológicas preliminares para la conservación de los tipos de hábitat de interés comunitario en España. Dirección General del Medio Natural y Política Forestal, Ministerio de Medio Ambiente Medio Rural y Marino. Madrid. 110 pp.  Edición electrónica.

Ruiz Benito, P, Alvarez-Uría P, Mutke S, & Zavala MA. 2009. ¿Qué es un hábitat de interés comunitario? El caso de los pinares mediterráneos endémicos Cuadernos de la Sociedad Española de Ciencias Forestales, ISSN 1575-2410 (en prensa).

Urbieta IR. 2009. Estructura, dinámica y regeneración de los bosques mixtos de alcornoque (Quercus suber L.) y quejigo moruno (Q. canariensis Willd.) del sur de la Península Ibérica: una aproximación multiescala. Ecosistemas 18 (2): 116-121.

Urbieta IR, Zavala MA & Marañón T. 2009. Importancia de la gestión forestal en los cambios recientes de la composición y estructura de los bosques mediterráneos. En: Cuadernos de la Sociedad Española de CC. Forestales,  30: 349-352.

Villar R, González-Rodríguez V, Alameda D, Quero JL. 2010. Regeneración de varias especies de Quercus. Factores limitantes. En: Investigaciones en el P.N. Sierra de Cardeña y Montoro. Ed: Junta de Andalucia y Universidad de Córdoba. En prensa

Villar-Salvador P, Soliveres S. & Quero JL. 2010.Introducción de especies leñosas. Ed. Fernando Valladares. En: Restauración ecológica de áreas afectadas por infraestructuras de transporte. Bases científicas parasoluciones técnicas.