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Jul 30, 2017 at 17:03

Summary

El equipo integrado GEPRIF está en el ecuador del proyecto y ya se han superado los 20 artículos en revistas indexadas

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Hace exactamente un año anunciamos la publicación del primer artículo científico del proyecto GEPRIF. El equipo integrado GEPRIF ha hecho un gran esfuerzo y en el ecuador del proyecto ya se han superado los 20 papers en revistas de impacto. Además se han presentado 20 comunicaciones a congresos, 2 artículos en revistas técnicas no indexadas, 2 capítulos de libro y 5 trabajos fin de Máster. Como ya se ha comentado en entradas anteriores hay 3 tesis doctorales en marcha con temáticas en el contexto de este proyecto. Adjuntamos aquí la lista completa de artículos invitando a los lectores a entrar en contacto con el equipo investigador para acceder a cualquiera de ellos en copia privada si no tuviera acceso por otros medios.

Dehane B, Hernando C, Guijarro M, Madrigal J. 2017. Flammability of some companion species in cork oak (Quercus suber L.) forests. Ann For Sci (en prensa DOI: 10.1007/s13595-017-0659-5)

Espinosa J, Madrigal J, De la Cruz AC, Carrillo C, Guijarro M, Jiménez E, Hernando C. 2017. Short-term effects of prescribed burning on litterfall biomass in mixed stands of Pinus nigra and Pinus pinaster and pure stands of Pinus nigra in the Cuenca Mountains (Central-Eastern Spain). Sci Total Environ (aceptado)

Fernández C, Vega JA. 2016. Evaluation of RUSLE and PESERA models for predicting soil erosion losses in the first year after wildfire in NW Spain. Geoderma 273: 64-72.

Fernández C, Vega JA. 2016. Effects of mulching and post-fire salvage logging on soil erosion and vegetative regrowth in NW Spain For Ecol Manage 375: 46-64.

Fernández C, Vega JA. 2016. Modelling the effect of soil burn severity on soil erosion at hillslope scale in the first year following wildfire in NW Spain. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 41: 928-935.

Fernández C, Vega JA, Fonturbel T. 2016. Reducing post-fire soil erosion from the air: Performance of heli-mulching in a mountainous area on the coast of NW Spain. Catena 147: 489-495.

Fernández-Alonso JM, Vega JA, Jiménez E, Ruiz-Gonzalez AD, Álvarez-González, JG. 2017. Spatially modeling wildland fire severity in pine forests of Galicia, Spain. Eur J For Res 136(1): 105-121.

González-Ferreiro, E., Arellano-Pérez. S., Castedo-Dorado, F., Hevia, A., Vega, J.A., Vega-Nieva, D., Álvarez-González, J.G., Ruiz-González, A.D. 2017. Modelling the vertical distribution of canopy fuel load using national forest inventory and low-density airbone laser scanning data. PLOS ONE 12(4): e0176114.

Jiménez E, Vega-Nieva D, Rey E, Fernández C, Vega JA. 2016. Midterm fuel structure recovery and potential fire behaviour in a Pinus pinaster Ait. Forest in northern central Spain after thinning and mastication. Eur J For Res 135, 675-686.

Jiménez E, Vega JA, Fernández C. 2017. Response of Pinus pinaster Ait. trees to controlled localised application of heat to stem and crown. Trees 31: 1203-1213.

Jiménez E, Vega JA, Vega-Nieva D, Ortiz L, López-Serrano PM, López-Sánchez CA. 2016. Estimation of aboveground forest biomass in Galicia (NW Spain) by the combined use of LiDAR, LANDSAT ETM+ and National Forest Inventory data. iForest 10: 590-596.

Lucas-Borja ME, Madrigal J, Candel-Pérez D, Jiménez E, Moya D, de las Heras J, Guijarro M, Vega JA, Fernández C, Hernando C. Effects of prescribed burning, vegetation treatment and seed predation on natural regeneration of Spanish Black pine (Pinus nigra Arn, ssp. salzmannii) in pure and mixed forest stands. For Ecol Manage 378: 24-30.

Lucas-Borja ME, Candel-Pérez D, Onkelinx T, Fule PZ, Moya D, De las Heras J, Tíscar PA. 2017. Seed Origin and Protection Are Important Factors Affecting Post-Fire Initial Recruitment in Pine Forest Areas. Forests 8(6): 185

Lucas-Borja ME, Candel-Pérez D, Onkelinx T, Fule ZP, Moya D, Gómez R, De Las Heras J. 2017. Early Mediterranean pine recruitment in burned and unburned Pinus Nigra Arn. ssp Salzmannii stands of central Spain: influence of species identity, provenances and post-dispersal predation. For Ecol Manage, DOI: 10.1016/j.foreco.2017.01.026.

Lucas-Borja ME, Candel-Pérez D, Tiscar PA; Prevosto B, Hedo J. 2017. Pinus nigra Arn. ssp salzmannii early recruitment and initial seedling growth .in warmer and drier locations: the role of seed and soil provenance. Plant Ecol DOI: 10.1007/s11258-017-0727-9.

Marino E, Ranz P, Tomé JL, Noriega MA, Esteban J, Madrigal J. 2016. Generation of high-resolution fuel model maps from discrete airborne laser scanner and Landsat-8 OLI: A low-cost and highly updated methodology for large areas. Remote Sens Environ 187: 267-280.

Molina JR, Rodríguez y Silva F, Herrera MA. 2016. Integrating economic landscape valuation into Mediterranean territorial planning. Environ Sci Policy 56: 120-128.

Molina JR, Martín T, Rodríguez y Silva F, Herrera MA. 2017. The ignition index based on flammability of vegetation improves planning in the wildland-urban interface: a case study in southern Spain. Land Urban Plan 158: 129-138.

Molina JR, Rodríguez y Silva F, Herrera MA. 2017. Economic vulnerability of fire-prone landscapes in protected natural areas: application in a Mediterranean Natural Park. Eur J For Res doi: 10.1007/s10342-017-1059-y.

Plaza-Álvarez PA, Lucas-Borja ME, Sagra J, Moya D, Fontúrbel MT, De Las Heras J. 2017. Soil respiration changes after prescribed fires in Spanish black pine (Pinus nigra Arn. ssp salzmannii) monospecific and mixed forest stands. Forests 8, 248; doi:103390/f8070248

Rodríguez y Silva F, González-Cabán A. 2016. Contibution of suppression difficulty and lessons learned in forecasting fire suppression operations productivity. A methodological approach. J Forest Econ 25:149-159.

Sagra J, Moya D, Plaza-Álvarez PA, Lucas-Borja ME, Alfaro-Sánchez R, De Las Heras J, Ferrandis P. 2017. Predation on Early Recruitment in Mediterranean Forests after Prescribed Fires. Forest 8, 243.