Gerardo Moreno Marcos
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Silvoarable systems in Europe–past, present and future prospects
MP Eichhorn, P Paris, F Herzog, LD Incoll, F Liagre, K Mantzanas, ...
Agroforestry systems 67 (1), 29-50, 2006
3372006
The functioning, management and persistence of dehesas
G Moreno, FJ Pulido
Agroforestry in Europe, 127-160, 2009
2162009
Fine root distribution in dehesas of central-western Spain
G Moreno, JJ Obrador, E Cubera, C Dupraz
Plant and soil 277 (1), 153-162, 2005
1782005
Modeling environmental benefits of silvoarable agroforestry in Europe
JHN Palma, AR Graves, RGH Bunce, PJ Burgess, R De Filippi, ...
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 119 (3), 320-334, 2007
1432007
Do European agroforestry systems enhance biodiversity and ecosystem services? A meta-analysis
M Torralba, N Fagerholm, PJ Burgess, G Moreno, T Plieninger
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 230, 150-161, 2016
1412016
Wood-pastures of Europe: Geographic coverage, social–ecological values, conservation management, and policy implications
T Plieninger, T Hartel, B Martín-López, G Beaufoy, E Bergmeier, K Kirby, ...
Biological Conservation 190, 70-79, 2015
1392015
Development and application of bio-economic modelling to compare silvoarable, arable, and forestry systems in three European countries
AR Graves, PJ Burgess, JHN Palma, F Herzog, G Moreno, M Bertomeu, ...
Ecological Engineering 29 (4), 434-449, 2007
137*2007
Driving competitive and facilitative interactions in oak dehesas through management practices
G Moreno Marcos, JJ Obrador, E García, E Cubera, MJ Montero, F Pulido, ...
Agroforestry systems 70 (1), 25-40, 2007
1272007
Impact of evergreen oaks on soil fertility and crop production in intercropped dehesas
G Moreno, JJ Obrador, A García
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 119 (3), 270-280, 2007
1192007
Development and application of bio-economic modelling to compare silvoarable, arable and forestry systems in three European countries
AR Graves, PJ Burgess, JHN Palma, F Herzog, G Moreno, M Bertomeu, ...
Ecol Eng 29 (4), 434-449, 2007
1012007
Impact of stand density on water status and leaf gas exchange in Quercus ilex
G Moreno, E Cubera
Forest ecology and management 254 (1), 74-84, 2008
932008
Gains to species diversity in organically farmed fields are not propagated at the farm level
MK Schneider, G Lüscher, P Jeanneret, M Arndorfer, Y Ammari, D Bailey, ...
Nature communications 5 (1), 1-9, 2014
882014
Large-scale patterns of Quercus ilex, Quercus suber, and Quercus pyrenaica regeneration in Central-Western Spain
T Plieninger, V Rolo, G Moreno
Ecosystems 13 (5), 644-660, 2010
852010
Effect of single Quercus ilex trees upon spatial and seasonal changes in soil water content in dehesas of central western Spain
E Cubera, G Moreno
Annals of forest science 64 (3), 355-364, 2007
842007
Effect of land-use on soil water dynamic in dehesas of Central–Western Spain
E Cubera, G Moreno
Catena 71 (2), 298-308, 2007
782007
Current extent and stratification of agroforestry in the European Union
M den Herder, G Moreno, RM Mosquera-Losada, JHN Palma, ...
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 241, 121-132, 2017
712017
Multiple pathways for tree regeneration in anthropogenic savannas: incorporating biotic and abiotic drivers into management schemes
F Pulido, E García, JJ Obrador, G Moreno
Journal of Applied Ecology 47 (6), 1272-1281, 2010
662010
Assessing linkages between ecosystem services, land-use and well-being in an agroforestry landscape using public participation GIS
N Fagerholm, E Oteros-Rozas, CM Raymond, M Torralba, G Moreno, ...
Applied Geography 74, 30-46, 2016
642016
Quercus ilex forests are influenced by annual variations in water table, soil water deficit and fine root loss caused by Phytophthora cinnamomi
T Corcobado, E Cubera, G Moreno, A Solla
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 169, 92-99, 2013
642013
Response of understorey forage to multiple tree effects in Iberian dehesas
G Moreno
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 123 (1-3), 239-244, 2008
642008
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