author = "Garcia Alvarez, Salvia"

Encontrado 14 documentos, página mostrada 1 de 2

A taxonomic tool for identifying needle remains of south-western European Pinus species of the Late Quaternary

Description: Primer trabajo a nivel mundial sobre la diferenciación de especies de Pinus con clave dicotómica a través de la estructura cuticular
Language(s): Inglés

A taxonomic tool for identifying needle remains of south-western European Pinus species of the Late Quaternary

Description: This work provides a tool whereby the needle remains of native, south-western European Pinus spp. can be easily identified from species-specific epidermal features. To construct this tool, the needles of P. uncinata, P. sylvestris, P. nigra, P. pinaster, P. pinea and P. halepensis were gathered acro...
Language(s): Inglés

La opinión de profesionales sobre la incorporación de soportes tecnológicos portátiles en las aulas RED. Revista de educación a distancia

Description: Resumen tomado de la publicación , En este artículo se investiga la viabilidad de la incorporación de soportes tecnológicos portátiles en la práctica educativa, estudiando el nivel de aceptación de esta medida innovadora. Para ello, se ha realizado una consulta a un grupo de profesionales relacionados ...
Language(s): Español

Negative responses of highland pines to anthropogenic activities in inland Spain: a palaeoecological perspective

Description: Palaeoecological evidence indicates that highland pines were dominant in extensive areas of the mountains of Central and Northern Iberia during the first half of the Holocene. However, following several millennia of anthropogenic pressure, their natural ranges are now severely reduced. Although pine...
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

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

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

Encontrado 14 documentos, página mostrada 1 de 2

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