author = "Cañellas, Isabel"

Encontrado 35 documentos, página mostrada 1 de 4

A new method for the identification of old-growth trees in National Forest Inventories: Application to Pinus halepensis Mill. stands in Spain

Description: Old-growth trees play a very important role in the maintenance of biodiversity in forests. However, no clear definition is yet available to help identify them since tree age is usually not recorded in National Forest Inventories. To develop and test a new method to identify old-growth trees using a ...
Language(s): Inglés

Fruticeticultura. Gestión de arbustedos y matorrales

Description: Los arbustos, o frútices, son vegetales leñosos de menos de 5 m de altura sin un tronco preponderante, porque se ramifican a partir de la base. Los arbustos de menor altura, de un metro a lo sumo o poco más, se llaman matas o matillas; sin embargo, el término sufrútice se aplica a plantas semejantes...
Language(s): Español

Evaluating height structure in Scots pine forests using marked point processes

Description: In this study, the second-moment analysis of marked spatial point processes is applied to the characterization of the tree height distribution in two Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) forests in the Central Mountain Range of Spain. The cumulative function Lm(d) weighted by the normalized mark varianc...
Language(s): Español

Characterization of the spatial structure of the canopy in Pinus sylvestris L. stands from hemispherical photographs

Description: The spatial pattern was characterized in five experimental plots of 0.5 ha established in Scots pine stands located in the Central Mountain Range of Spain with different ecological conditions and in which different silvicultural practises are employed. A new method is proposed to asses the spatial p...
Language(s): Inglés

Extended cost-benefit analysis of holm oak dehesa multiple use and cereal-grass rotations

Description: The historical formation of holm oak (Quercus ilex L.) dehesa woodlands has often resulted in either rapid deforestation episodes by means of clear cuts or slower depletion of oak woodlands due to tree natural mortality and the absence of tree natural regeneration. Consequently, holm oak woodlands h...
Language(s): Inglés

A new method for the identification of old-growth trees in National Forest Inventories: Application to Pinus halepensis Mill. stands in Spain

Description: Old-growth trees play a very important role in the maintenance of biodiversity in forests. However, no clear definition is yet available to help identify them since tree age is usually not recorded in National Forest Inventories. To develop and test a new method to identify old-growth trees using a ...
Language(s): Inglés

Evaluating height structure in Scots pine forests using marked point processes

Description: In this study, the second-moment analysis of marked spatial point processes is applied to the characterization of the tree height distribution in two Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) forests in the Central Mountain Range of Spain. The cumulative function Lm(d) weighted by the normalized mark varianc...
Language(s): Español

Characterization of the spatial structure of the canopy in Pinus sylvestris L. stands from hemispherical photographs

Description: The spatial pattern was characterized in five experimental plots of 0.5 ha established in Scots pine stands located in the Central Mountain Range of Spain with different ecological conditions and in which different silvicultural practises are employed. A new method is proposed to asses the spatial p...
Language(s): Inglés

Fruticeticultura. Gestión de arbustedos y matorrales

Description: Los arbustos, o frútices, son vegetales leñosos de menos de 5 m de altura sin un tronco preponderante, porque se ramifican a partir de la base. Los arbustos de menor altura, de un metro a lo sumo o poco más, se llaman matas o matillas; sin embargo, el término sufrútice se aplica a plantas semejantes...
Language(s): Español

Encontrado 35 documentos, página mostrada 1 de 4

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