Eduardo Velázquez Martín
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Nitrogen use in the global food system: past trends and future trajectories of agronomic performance, pollution, trade, and dietary demand
L Lassaletta, G Billen, J Garnier, L Bouwman, E Velazquez, ND Mueller, ...
Environmental Research Letters 11 (9), 095007, 2016
An evaluation of the state of spatial point pattern analysis in ecology
E Velázquez, I Martínez, S Getzin, KA Moloney, T Wiegand
Ecography 39 (11), 1042-1055, 2016
Landsliding and its multiscale influence on mountainscapes
C Restrepo, LR Walker, AB Shiels, R Bussmann, L Claessens, S Fisch, ...
BioScience 59 (8), 685-698, 2009
Early successional woody plants facilitate and ferns inhibit forest development on Puerto Rican landslides
LR Walker, FH Landau, E Velazquez, AB Shiels, AD Sparrow
Journal of Ecology, 625-635, 2010
Root traits explain plant species distributions along climatic gradients yet challenge the nature of ecological trade-offs
DC Laughlin, L Mommer, FM Sabatini, H Bruelheide, TW Kuyper, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 5 (8), 1123-1134, 2021
Applying lessons from ecological succession to the restoration of landslides
LR Walker, E Velázquez, AB Shiels
Plant and Soil 324, 157-168, 2009
Landslide early succession in a neotropical dry forest
E Velázquez, A Gómez-Sal
Plant Ecology 199, 295-308, 2008
Linking trait similarity to interspecific spatial associations in a moist tropical forest
E Velázquez, CET Paine, F May, T Wiegand
Journal of Vegetation Science 26 (6), 1068-1079, 2015
Environmental control of early succession on a large landslide in a tropical dry ecosystem (Casita Volcano, Nicaragua)
E Velázquez, A Gómez‐Sal
Biotropica 39 (5), 601-609, 2007
Factors C ontrolling C ompositional C hanges in a N orthern A ndean P áramo (L a R usia, C olombia)
J Valencia, L Lassaletta, E Velázquez, JM Nicolau, A Gómez‐Sal
Biotropica 45 (1), 18-26, 2013
Colonization in Mediterranean old‐fields: the role of dispersal and plant–plant interactions
AI García‐Cervigón, E Velázquez, T Wiegand, A Escudero, JM Olano
Journal of Vegetation Science 28 (3), 627-638, 2017
Competition for light and persistence of rare light‐demanding species within tree‐fall gaps in a moist tropical forest
E Velázquez, T Wiegand
Ecology 101 (7), e03034, 2020
Changes in the herbaceous communities on the landslide of the Casita Volcano, Nicaragua, during early succession
E Velázquez, A Gómez-Sal
Folia Geobotanica 44, 1-18, 2009
Spatial patterns of sapling mortality in a moist tropical forest: consistency with total density‐dependent effects
E Velázquez, M Kazmierczak, T Wiegand
Oikos 125 (6), 872-882, 2016
The Tree Biodiversity Network (BIOTREE-NET): prospects for biodiversity research and conservation in the Neotropics
L Cayuela, L Gálvez-Bravo, RP Pérez, FS de Albuquerque, DJ Golicher, ...
Biodiversity & Ecology, 2012
Environmental heterogeneity blurs the signature of dispersal syndromes on spatial patterns of woody species in a moist tropical forest
P Ramon, E Velazquez, A Escudero, M de la Cruz
Plos one 13 (2), e0192341, 2018
Changes in spatial point patterns of pioneer woody plants across a large tropical landslide
E Velazquez, M De la Cruz, A Gomez-Sal
Acta Oecologica 61, 9-18, 2014
Climate and vegetation structure determine plant diversity in Quercus ilex woodlands along an aridity and human-use gradient in Northern Algeria
A Ihaddaden, E Velázquez, JM Rey-Benayas, H Kadi-Hanifi
Flora-Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants 208 (4), 268-284, 2013
Different growth strategies in the tropical pioneer tree Trema micrantha during succession on a large landslide on Casita Volcano, Nicaragua
E Velázquez, A Gómez-Sal
Journal of Tropical Ecology 25 (3), 249-260, 2009
La Red Internacional de Inventarios Forestales (BIOTREE-NET) en Mesoamérica: avances, retos y perspectivas futuras
L Cayuela, L Gálvez-Bravo, FS de Albuquerque, DJ Golicher, ...
Ecosistemas 21 (1-2), 2012
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