Roberto Salomón Moreno 2015 (Codirectores: Luis Gil y María Valbuena Carabaña). Unearthing the roots of degradation of Quercus pyrenaica coppices: an integrative perspective from clonal structure to carbon budgets. ETS Ingenieros de Montes. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid.


Aplicaciones Dispositivo MU200501738 (INIA)


  • Salomón R., Rodríguez-Calcerrada J., González-Doncel I., Gil L., Valbuena-Carabaña M. On the general failure of coppice conversion into high forest in Quercus pyrenaica stands: a genetic and physiological approach. Folia Geobotanica _Special Issue in Coppices_ in press.
  • Fernández de Uña L., McDowell N.G., Cañellas I., Gea-Izquierdo G. 2016. Disentangling the effects of stand competition, CO2 and climate on tree growth and water use efficiency. Journal of Ecology doi: 10.1111/1365-2745.12544.
  • Salomón R., Rodríguez-Calcerrada J., Zafra E., Morales-Molino C., Rodríguez-García A., González-Doncel I., Oleksyn J., Zytkowiak R., López R.A., Miranda J.C., Gil L., Valbuena-Carabaña M. 2016. Unearthing the roots of degradation of Quercus pyrenaica coppices: A root-to-shoot imbalance caused by historical management?. Forest Ecology and Management 363: 200-211.
  • Fernández-de-Uña L., Cañellas I., Gea-Izquierdo G. 2015. Stand competition determines how different tree species will cope with a warming climate. Plos One 10(3) doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0122255.
  • Moreno-Fernández D., Cañellas I., Barbeito I. Sánchez-González M., Ledo A. 2015. Alternative approaches to assessing the natural regeneration of Scots pine in a Mediterranean forest. Annals of Forest Science 72: 569–583.
  • Moreno-Fernández D., Diaz-Pines E., Barbeito I., Sánchez-González M., Montes F., Rubio A., Cañellas I. 2015. Temporal carbon dynamics over the rotation period of two alternative management systems in Mediterranean mountain Scots pine forests. Forest Ecology and Management 348: 168-195.
  • Rodríguez-Calcerrada J., López R., Salomón R., Gordaliza G.G., Valbuena-Carabaña M., Oleksyn J., Gil L. 2015. Stem CO2 efflux in six co-occurring tree species: underlying factors and ecological implications. Plant Cell and Environment 38 (6): 1104-1115.
  • Salomón R., Valbuena-Carabaña M., Rodríguez-Calcerrada J., Aubrey D., Maguire M.A., Teskey R., Gil L., González-Doncel I. 2015. Xylem and soil CO2 fluxes in a Quercus pyrenaica Willd. coppice: root respiration increases with clonal size. Annals of Forest Science 72: 1065-1078.

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