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Open accessDeltell_etal_2024_EurJForestRes.pdf.jpg24-Jan-2024Allometric equations to calculate living and dead fuel loads in Mediterranean speciesDeltell, Leyre; Santana, Víctor M.; Baeza, M. Jaime
Open access2015_Baeza_Santana_Plant-Biology_final.pdf.jpgNov-2015Biological significance of dead biomass retention trait in Mediterranean Basin species: an analysis between different successional niches and regeneration strategies as functional groupsBaeza, M. Jaime; Santana, Víctor M.
Open access2013_Santana_etal_AoB_final.pdf.jpgJan-2013Clarifying the role of fire heat and daily temperature fluctuations as germination cues for Mediterranean Basin obligate seedersSantana, Víctor M.; Baeza, M. Jaime; Blanes, M. Carmen
Open accessSantana_etal_2020_PPEES_final.pdf.jpgAug-2020Climate, and not fire, drives the phylogenetic clustering of species with hard-coated seeds in Mediterranean Basin communitiesSantana, Víctor M.; Alday, Josu G.; Adamo, Irene, et al
Open accessAyache_etal_2020_FoliaGeobot_final.pdf.jpgJun-2020Environmental and anthropogenic drivers of coniferous species distribution in Mediterranean drylands from North West AlgeriaAyache, Faouzia; Santana, Víctor M.; Baeza, M. Jaime
Restricted access2019_Marrs_etal_NatureGeosci_final.pdf.jpg2019Experimental evidence for sustained carbon sequestration in fire-managed, peat moorlandsMarrs, Rob H.; Marsland, E.-L.; Lingard, Rachel, et al
Open accessMoghli_etal_2022_Ecosystems.pdf.jpg20-Oct-2021Fire Recurrence and Time Since Last Fire Interact to Determine the Supply of Multiple Ecosystem Services by Mediterranean ForestsMoghli, Aymen; Santana, Víctor M.; Baeza, M. Jaime, et al
Open access2020_Fernandez-Garcia_etal_SciTotEnv_final.pdf.jpg10-May-2020Fire regimes shape diversity and traits of vegetation under different climatic conditionsFernández-García, Víctor; Marcos, Elena; Fulé, Peter Z., et al
Open access2020_Baudena_etal_NewPhytologist.pdf.jpgFeb-2020Increased aridity drives post‐fire recovery of Mediterranean forests towards open shrublandsBaudena, Mara; Santana, Víctor M.; Baeza, M. Jaime, et al
Open accessLucas-Borja_etal_2022_SciTotEnv_final.pdf.jpg5-Jan-2022Limited contribution of post-fire eco-engineering techniques to support post-fire plant diversityLucas Borja, Manuel Esteban; Zema, Demetrio Antonio; Fernández, Cristina, et al
Open accessSalesa_etal_2022_SciTotEnv_final.pdf.jpg4-Feb-2022Longer summer seasons after fire induce permanent drought legacy effects on Mediterranean plant communities dominated by obligate seedersSalesa, David; Baeza, M. Jaime; Pérez-Ferrándiz, Elicerio, et al
Open accessVasques_etal_2023_Ecosystems.pdf.jpg15-Mar-2022Post-fire Regeneration Traits of Understorey Shrub Species Modulate Successional Responses to High Severity Fire in Mediterranean Pine ForestsVasques, Ana; Baudena, Mara; Vallejo, V. Ramon, et al
Open accessRodriguez-Garcia_etal_2022_ForestEcolManag_final.pdf.jpg19-Mar-2022Predicting natural hyperdense regeneration after wildfires in Pinus halepensis (Mill.) forests using prefire site factors, forest structure and fire severityRodríguez-García, Encarna; Santana, Víctor M.; Alloza Millán, José Antonio, et al
Open accessAlday_etal_2023_JEnvironmManag.pdf.jpg1-Jun-2023Recovery of upland acid grasslands after successful Pteridium aquilinum control: Long-term effectiveness of cutting, repeated herbicide treatment and bruisingAlday, Josu G.; Cox, Emma S.; Santana, Víctor M., et al
Restricted access2018_Santana_etal_JEnvMan_final.pdf.jpg1-Jun-2018Redirecting fire-prone Mediterranean ecosystems toward more resilient and less flammable communitiesSantana, Víctor M.; Baeza, M. Jaime; Valdecantos, Alejandro, et al
Open accessMoghli_etal_2021_SciTotEnv.pdf.jpg2-Oct-2021Thinning and plantation of resprouting species redirect overstocked pine stands towards more functional communities in the Mediterranean basinMoghli, Aymen; Santana, Víctor M.; Soliveres, Santiago, et al