author = "Morla Juaristi, Carlos"

Encontrado 27 documentos, página mostrada 2 de 3

Extinciones y Cambios Florísticos en el Cenozoico de la Península Ibérica

Description: La revisión de los datos paleopalinológicos del Cenozoico de la Península Ibérica que se conocen hasta la actualidad permite realizar un análisis crítico a cerca de la extinción de taxones paleotropicales y arctoterciarios en esta región. Los eventos climáticos que se produjeron a lo largo del Cenoz...
Language(s): Español

Long-term persistence of Mediterranean pine forests in the Duero Basin (central Spain) during the Holocene: The case of Pinus pinaster Aiton

Description: In the southern Duero Basin of central Spain, there are vast areas of aeolian sand sheets and dune fields. A comprehensive survey of the sand quarries in this area identified a number of palaeosols in sedimentary sequences. The identification and AMS radiocarbon dating of soil charcoal fragments col...
Language(s): Inglés

Los bosques en la provincia de Toledo a finales del siglo XVII según las relaciones topográficas de Felipe II

Description: A finales del siglo XVI bajo el auspicio del rey Felipe II, se inicia una amplia encuesta en el reino de Castilla con la intención de reunir datos históricos y económicos para un mejor conocimiento de su territorio. Los resultados quedan recogidos en las llamadas Relaciones Topográficas de Felipe II...
Language(s): Español

Floristic changes in the Iberian Peninsula and Balearic Islands (south-west Europe) during the Cenozoic

Description: AIM  The aim of this work was to identify the main changes in the flora and vegetation of the Iberian Peninsula over the Cenozoic Era, to record the disappearance of taxa associated with these changes and to determine the influence of climate and human activity on these events. Location  The Iberian...
Language(s): Inglés

Late Holocene vegetation dynamics in response to human activities in the Teleno Mountain Range (NW Iberia)

Description: Teleno Mountains are a good area to address these questions. Today are almost completely deforested, and it is commonly assumed that Romans were the culture responsible of this situation, as they developed important mining activities all over this mountains. Our main aim has been to track human impa...
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

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

Taxonomic differences between Pinus sylvestris and P. uncinata revealed in the stomata and cuticle characters for use in the study of fossil material

Description: Taxonomic differences in the needle epidermis characteristics of Pinus sylvestris L. and Pinus uncinata Ramond ex DC. from two Iberian populations were sought; such information could help identify these species when pollen analysis and the inspection of wood anatomy fails. The features of the cuticl...
Language(s): Inglés

The value of leaf cuticle characteristics in the identification and classification of Iberian Mediterranean members of the genus Pinus

Description: This study reports the value of leaf cuticle characteristics in the identification and classification of Iberian Mediterranean species of the genus Pinus (P. nigra subsp. salzmannii, P. pinaster, P. pinea and P. halepensis), with the aim of using these characters to identify isolated cuticles and st...
Language(s): Inglés

Anthracological evidence suggests naturalness of Pinus pinaster in inland southwestern Iberia

Description: The study of well-preserved archaeological charcoals in the pre-Roman Iron Age settlement of Castillejos II (Badajoz, Spain) is used to reconstruct environmental conditions and land-use practices in vegetation landscapes in the southwest of the Iberian Peninsula before the arrival of Roman civilizat...
Language(s): Inglés

Encontrado 27 documentos, página mostrada 2 de 3

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