author = "Gómez Manzaneque, Fernando"

Encontrado 48 documentos, página mostrada 4 de 5

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

Interactive comment on CO2 radiative forcing during the Holocene Thermal Maximum revealed by stomatal frequency of Iberian oak leaves (2)

Description: Here we analyse radiocarbon-dated Quercus leaf assemblages from northern Spain to obtain past atmospheric CO2 mixing ratios for the time period 9000–1100 cal BP by means of stomatal frequency analysis. Normalized, stomata based CO2 records show fluctuations of 20 ppmv during the Holocene that parall...
Language(s): Inglés

The past distribution of pinus nigra arnold in northern iberia. Contribution from its macroremains.

Description: The presence of Pinus nigra in central Spain, where its natural populations are very rare, has led to different interpretations of the current vegetation dynamics. Complementary to the available palynological evidence, macroremains provide local information of high taxonomic resolution that helps to...
Language(s): Inglés

Palaeobiogeographical perspectives on pinus pinea, a controversial and enigmatic mediterranean pine

Description: The origins of some species of economic importance occurring over the Mediterranean Basin have been a traditional matter of debate that has important implications for land management. The case of Pinus pinea L. (Stone pine) is probably one of the most controversial, due to its documented long-term i...
Language(s): Inglés

Holocene distribution of woody taxa at the westernmost limit of the Circumboreal/Mediterranean boundary: evidence from wood remains

Description: Información paleoecológica relativa a la distribución de táxones arbóreos durante el holoceno, basado en restos fósiles leñosos.
Language(s): Inglés

Huellas de la presencia pasada de pinares montanos en la submeseta norte de la Península Ibérica: Tubilla del Lago y Tubilla del Agua

Description: Se presentan los resultados de los estudios de macrorrestos e impresiones vegetales hallados en dos localidades de la submeseta norte de la Península Ibérica. Los troncos y piñas subfósiles extraídos en las obras de la turbera de Tubilla del Lago (Burgos), así como el molde de piña encontrado...
Language(s): Español

Singularidad, paleobiogeografía y problemática de conservación de los pinares de Pinus sylvestris en la península Ibérica

Description: Se reflexiona desde diversos puntos de vista sobre la originalidad que suponen las poblaciones de pino albar en la península Ibérica, límite corológico de su área de distribución, con numerosas poblaciones relictas que no figuran en los catálogos de hábitats prioritarios de la Unión Europea.
Language(s): Español

Cantabrian capercaillie through time: a further comment

Description: In a recent note published in this journal (Rubiales et al. 2009) we discuss the role the long-term environmental history of the Cantabrian Mountains may have played in the dynamics of the Cantabrian capercaillie Tetrao urogallus cantabricus, the only subspecies of capercaillie at risk of extincti...
Language(s): Inglés

The past distribution of pinus nigra arnold in northern iberia. Contribution from its macroremains.

Description: The presence of Pinus nigra in central Spain, where its natural populations are very rare, has led to different interpretations of the current vegetation dynamics. Complementary to the available palynological evidence, macroremains provide local information of high taxonomic resolution that helps to...
Language(s): Inglés

Encontrado 48 documentos, página mostrada 4 de 5

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