Agustín Rubio Sánchez
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Factors controlling the establishment of Helianthemum squamatum, an endemic gypsophile of semi‐arid Spain
A Escudero, RC Somolinos, JM Olano, A Rubio
Journal of Ecology 87 (2), 290-302, 1999
Does tree species composition control soil organic carbon pools in Mediterranean mountain forests?
E Díaz-Pinés, A Rubio, H Van Miegroet, F Montes, M Benito
Forest Ecology and Management 262 (10), 1895-1904, 2011
Factors affecting establishment of a gypsophyte: the case of Lepidium subulatum (Brassicaceae)
A Escudero, JM Iriondo, JM Olano, A Rubio, RC Somolinos
American Journal of Botany 87 (6), 861-871, 2000
Geostatistical modelling of air temperature in a mountainous region of Northern Spain
R Benavides, F Montes, A Rubio, K Osoro
Agricultural and forest meteorology 146 (3-4), 173-188, 2007
Does spatial pattern matter to ecosystem functioning? Insights from biological soil crusts
FT Maestre, A Escudero, I Martinez, C Guerrero, A Rubio
Functional Ecology 19 (4), 566-573, 2005
Are threatened lichen species well-protected in Spain? Effectiveness of a protected areas network
I Martínez, F Carreño, A Escudero, A Rubio
Biological Conservation 133 (4), 500-511, 2006
Both altitude and vegetation affect temperature sensitivity of soil organic matter decomposition in Mediterranean high mountain soils
A Gutiérrez-Girón, E Díaz-Pinés, A Rubio, RG Gavilán
Geoderma 237, 1-8, 2015
Small-scale patterns of abundance of mosses and lichens forming biological soil crusts in two semi-arid gypsum environments
I Martínez, A Escudero, FT Maestre, A De la Cruz, C Guerrero, A Rubio
Australian Journal of Botany 54 (4), 339-348, 2006
Small-scale spatial soil-plant relationship in semi-arid gypsum environments
A Rubio, A Escudero
Plant and Soil 220 (1), 139-150, 2000
Temperature sensitivity of forest soil organic matter decomposition along two elevation gradients
A Schindlbacher, C de Gonzalo, E Díaz‐Pinés, P Gorría, B Matthews, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 115 (G3), 2010
Carbon footprint using the compound method based on financial accounts. The case of the School of Forestry Engineering, Technical University of Madrid
S Alvarez, M Blanquer, A Rubio
Journal of Cleaner Production 66, 224-232, 2014
Root trenching: a useful tool to estimate autotrophic soil respiration? A case study in an Austrian mountain forest
E Díaz-Pinés, A Schindlbacher, M Pfeffer, R Jandl, ...
European Journal of Forest Research 129 (1), 101-109, 2010
Remediation trials for hydrocarbon-contaminated sludge from a soil washing process: evaluation of bioremediation technologies
FJG Frutos, R Pérez, O Escolano, A Rubio, A Gimeno, MD Fernández, ...
Journal of Hazardous Materials 199, 262-271, 2012
Soil organic carbon stocks of conifers, broadleaf and evergreen broadleaf forests of Spain
T Chiti, E Díaz-Pinés, A Rubio
Biology and Fertility of Soils 48, 817-826, 2012
Carbon footprint in Green Public Procurement: a case study in the services sector
S Alvarez, A Rubio
Journal of Cleaner Production 93, 159-166, 2015
Patch dynamics and islands of fertility in a high mountain Mediterranean community
A Escudero, L Giménez-Benavides, JM Iriondo, A Rubio
Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 36 (4), 518-527, 2004
Spatial distribution of the soil organic carbon pool in a Holm oak dehesa in Spain
N Simón, F Montes, E Díaz-Pinés, R Benavides, S Roig, A Rubio
Plant and soil 366, 537-549, 2013
Leaf area index estimation in mountain even-aged Pinus silvestris L. stands from hemispherical photographs
F Montes, P Pita, A Rubio, I Canellas
Agricultural and forest meteorology 145 (3-4), 215-228, 2007
Strengths-Weaknesses-Opportunities-Threats analysis of carbon footprint indicator and derived recommendations
S Alvarez, A Carballo-Penela, I Mateo-Mantecón, A Rubio
Journal of cleaner Production 121, 238-247, 2016
Compound method based on financial accounts versus process-based analysis in product carbon footprint: A comparison using wood pallets
S Alvarez, A Rubio
Ecological indicators 49, 88-94, 2015
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