Josep Maria Espelta
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Fire‐related traits for plant species of the Mediterranean Basin: Ecological Archives E090‐094
S Paula, M Arianoutsou, D Kazanis, Ç Tavsanoglu, F Lloret, C Buhk, ...
Ecology 90 (5), 1420-1420, 2009
Deforestation dynamics and drivers in different forest types in Latin America: Three decades of studies (1980–2010)
D Armenteras, JM Espelta, N Rodríguez, J Retana
Global Environmental Change 46, 139-147, 2017
Constraints and trade-offs in Mediterranean plant communities: the case of holm oak-Aleppo pine forests
MA Zavala, JM Espelta, J Retana
The Botanical Review 66, 119-149, 2000
Patterns of seedling recruitment in West‐Mediterranean Quercus ilex forest influenced by canopy development
JM Espelta, M Riba, R Javier
Journal of Vegetation Science 6 (4), 465-472, 1995
Regeneration patterns of three Mediterranean pines and forest changes after a large wildfire in northeastern Spain
J Retana, J Maria Espelta, A Habrouk, J Luis OrdoÑEz, F de Solà-Morales
Ecoscience 9 (1), 89-97, 2002
Masting mediated by summer drought reduces acorn predation in Mediterranean oak forests
JM Espelta, P Cortés, R Molowny-Horas, B Sánchez-Humanes, J Retana
Ecology 89 (3), 805-817, 2008
Role of heat tolerance and cone protection of seeds in the response of three pine species to wildfires
A Habrouk, J Retana, JM Espelta
Plant Ecology 145, 91-99, 1999
Seedling recruitment
J Retana, JM Espelta, M Gracia, M Riba
Ecology of Mediterranean evergreen oak forests, 89-103, 1999
Resprouting patterns after fire and response to stool cleaning of two coexisting Mediterranean oaks with contrasting leaf habits on two different sites
JM Espelta, J Retana, A Habrouk
Forest Ecology and Management 179 (1-3), 401-414, 2003
An economic and ecological multi-criteria evaluation of reforestation methods to recover burned Pinus nigra forests in NE Spain
JM Espelta, J Retana, A Habrouk
Forest Ecology and Management 180 (1-3), 185-198, 2003
Disparity in elevational shifts of E uropean trees in response to recent climate warming
SG Rabasa, E Granda, R Benavides, G Kunstler, JM Espelta, R Ogaya, ...
Global Change Biology 19 (8), 2490-2499, 2013
Effects of tree size, crown damage, and tree location on post-fire survival and cone production of Pinus nigra trees
JL Ordóñez, J Retana, JM Espelta
Forest Ecology and Management 206 (1-3), 109-117, 2005
Post-fire management of serotinous pine forests
J de las Heras, D Moya, JA Vega, E Daskalakou, VR Vallejo, ...
Post-fire management and restoration of southern European forests, 121-150, 2012
Pre‐dispersal acorn predation in mixed oak forests: interspecific differences are driven by the interplay among seed phenology, seed size and predator size
JM Espelta, R Bonal, B Sánchez‐Humanes
Journal of Ecology 97 (6), 1416-1423, 2009
Regeneration by sprouting of holm-oak (Quercus ilex) stands exploited by selection thinning
J Retana, M Riba, C Castell, JM Espelta
Vegetatio 99, 355-364, 1992
Growth response of mixed Mediterranean oak coppices to rainfall reduction: could selective thinning have any influence on it?
M Cotillas, S Sabate, C Gracia, JM Espelta
Forest Ecology and Management 258 (7), 1677-1683, 2009
Post-fire regeneration thinning, cone production, serotiny and regeneration age in Pinus halepensis
I Verkaik, JM Espelta
Forest Ecology and Management 231 (1-3), 155-163, 2006
Masting in oaks: disentangling the effect of flowering phenology, airborne pollen load and drought
M Fernández-Martínez, J Belmonte, JM Espelta
Acta Oecologica 43, 51-59, 2012
Increased drought reduces acorn production in Quercus ilex coppices: thinning mitigates this effect but only in the short term
B Sánchez-Humanes, JM Espelta
Forestry 84 (1), 73-82, 2011
The ecology of seed dispersal by small rodents: a role for predator and conspecific scents
P Sunyer, A Muñoz, R Bonal, JM Espelta
Functional Ecology 27 (6), 1313-1321, 2013
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