author = "Gómez Manzaneque, Fernando"

Encontrado 48 documentos, página mostrada 3 de 5

Flora vascular de los Quintos de Mora (Los Yébenes, Toledo)

Description: Pasados 22 años desde que se publicara el primer catálogo florístico de la finca Quintos de Mora (Los Yébenes, Toledo) se ha abordado una revisión y ampliación de dicho estudio. Tras este trabajo el acerbo florístico de la finca asciende a más de 800 táxones (más del doble de lo hasta ahora conocido...
Language(s): Español

Taxonomic composition of the Holocene forests of the northern of Spain, as determined from their macroremains

Description: Eight sites distributed over a distance of some 400 km of the Cantabrian coast (northern Spain) provided 153 wood, 50 fruit and over 350 leaf remains belonging to the area’s Holocene forests. The high taxonomic precision with which these macroremains were identified (in many cases at the species lev...
Language(s): Inglés

The late Holocene extinction of Pinus sylvestris in the West of the Cantabrian Range

Description: Aim To reconstruct the historical biogeography of Pinus sylvestris in the Cantabrian Range (Iberian Peninsula) during the Holocene, and to consider the interactions between vegetation dynamics, climate change and the role of man in the present-day distribution of the species. Location The study site...
Language(s): Inglés

The long-term evolution of the Cantabrian landscapes and its possible role in the cappercaillie drama

Description: Within the Iberian Peninsula, at the south-western boundary of its distribution area, the capercaillie is restricted to the Cantabrian and the Pyrenean Mountains. Cantabrian capercaillie Tetrao urogallus cantabricus has undergone a dramatic decline during the last three decades, as reported in the l...
Language(s): Inglés

Reconstructing forest history from archaeological data: A case study in the Duero basin assessing the origin of controversial forests and the loss of tree populationsof great biogeographical interest

Description: The study of more than 700 charcoals from the Vaccaean settlement of Pintia (Padilla del Duero, Valladolid) provides new local and detailed data about the Iron Age II forest composition in Continental–Mediterranean inland Spain. Pinus gr. sylvestris/nigra (from which an unexpectedly high number of c...
Language(s): Inglés

Macrorremains evidence of anthropogenic recession of Pinus nigra Aiton in Northern Spain

Description: The natural forest landscape of the Duero Basin in Spain¿s Northern Meseta is now reduced to small masses, its demise largely owed to the intense agricultural and stock-raising use made of its lands. The composition of the scant natural masses suggests that formations dominated by broadleaved specie...
Language(s): Inglés

A study of fossil plant remains at the archaeological site in Lomilla (Aguilar de Campoo, Palencia, Spain) Estudio de los macrorrestos vegetales del yacimiento de Lomilla (Aguilar de Campoo, Palencia, España)

Description: The discovery of a site with abundant fossil plant remains in the surroundings of Aguilar de Campoo (Palencia, Spain), dated in the early Holocene, allowed us to obtain new data on the composition of foreste in that área. Two species of Pinus and several broadleaved trees have been identified. A wid...
Language(s): Inglés

The late Holocene extinction of Pinus sylvestris in the West of the Cantabrian Range

Description: Aim To reconstruct the historical biogeography of Pinus sylvestris in the Cantabrian Range (Iberian Peninsula) during the Holocene, and to consider the interactions between vegetation dynamics, climate change and the role of man in the present-day distribution of the species. Location The study site...
Language(s): Inglés

Taxonomic composition of the Holocene forests of the northern of Spain, as determined from their macroremains

Description: Eight sites distributed over a distance of some 400 km of the Cantabrian coast (northern Spain) provided 153 wood, 50 fruit and over 350 leaf remains belonging to the area’s Holocene forests. The high taxonomic precision with which these macroremains were identified (in many cases at the species lev...
Language(s): Inglés

The long-term evolution of the Cantabrian landscapes and its possible role in the cappercaillie drama

Description: Within the Iberian Peninsula, at the south-western boundary of its distribution area, the capercaillie is restricted to the Cantabrian and the Pyrenean Mountains. Cantabrian capercaillie Tetrao urogallus cantabricus has undergone a dramatic decline during the last three decades, as reported in the l...
Language(s): Inglés

Encontrado 48 documentos, página mostrada 3 de 5

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