LUZ VALBUENA
LUZ VALBUENA
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Post-fire natural regeneration of a Pinus pinaster forest in NW Spain
L Calvo, S Santalla, L Valbuena, E Marcos, R Tárrega, E Luis-Calabuig
Plant Ecology 197 (1), 81-90, 2008
1252008
Influence of heat on seed germination of Cistus laurifolius and Cistus ladanifer
L Valbuena, R Tarrega, E Luis
International Journal of Wildland Fire 2 (1), 15-20, 1992
1241992
Regeneration after wildfire in communities dominated by Pinus pinaster, an obligate seeder, and in others dominated by Quercus pyrenaica, a typical resprouter
L Calvo, S Santalla, E Marcos, L Valbuena, R Tárrega, E Luis
Forest Ecology and Management 184 (1-3), 209-223, 2003
1012003
Contribution of the soil seed bank to post-fire recovery of a heathland
L Valbuena, L Trabaud
Plant Ecology 152 (2), 175-183, 2001
1002001
Land surface temperature as potential indicator of burn severity in forest Mediterranean ecosystems
C Quintano, A Fernández-Manso, L Calvo, E Marcos, L Valbuena
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 36, 1-12, 2015
782015
Recovery after experimental cutting and burning in three shrub communities with different dominant species
L Calvo, R Tárrega, E Luis, L Valbuena, E Marcos
Plant Ecology 180 (2), 175-185, 2005
772005
History of landscape changes in northwest Spain according to land use and management
E Luis Calabuig, R Tárrega García-Mares, L Calvo Galván, ...
WIT Press, 2000, 1999
60*1999
Seed banks of Erica australis and Calluna vulgaris in a heathland subjected to experimental fire
L Valbuena, R Tárrega, E Luis‐Calabuig
Journal of Vegetation Science 11 (2), 161-166, 2000
542000
The effects of thermal scarification and seed storage on germination of four heathland species
L Valbuena, ML Vera
Plant Ecology 161 (1), 137-144, 2002
442002
Effect of high temperatures on seed germination and seedling survival in three pine species (Pinus pinaster, P. sylvestris and P. nigra)
R Alvarez, L Valbuena, L Calvo
International Journal of Wildland Fire 16 (1), 63-70, 2007
412007
Provenance and seed mass determine seed tolerance to high temperatures associated to forest fires in Pinus pinaster
L Calvo, V Hernández, L Valbuena, A Taboada
Annals of forest science 73 (2), 381-391, 2016
362016
Comparison between the soil seed banks of a burnt and an unburnt Quercus pyrenaica Willd. forest
L Valbuena, L Trabaud
Vegetatio 119 (1), 81-90, 1995
351995
Fire recurrence and emergency post-fire management influence seedling recruitment and growth by altering plant interactions in fire-prone ecosystems
A Taboada, R Tárrega, E Marcos, L Valbuena, S Suárez-Seoane, L Calvo
Forest ecology and management 402, 63-75, 2017
332017
Eleven years of recovery dynamic after experimental burning and cutting in two Cistus communities
R Tárrega, E Luis-Calabuig, L Valbuena
Acta Oecologica 22 (5-6), 277-283, 2001
332001
The influence of heat and mechanical scarification on the germination capacity of Quercus pyrenaica seeds
L Valbuena, R Tarrega
New forests 16 (2), 177-183, 1998
261998
Influence of tree age on seed germination response to environmental factors and inhibitory substances in Pinus pinaster
R Alvarez, L Valbuena, L Calvo
International Journal of Wildland Fire 14 (3), 277-284, 2005
252005
Impact of large fires on a community of Pinus pinaster
EM E. Luis-Calabuig, O. Torres, L. Valbuena, L. Calvo
Fire and biological processes, 1-12, 2002
24*2002
Influence of high temperatures on seed germination of a special Pinus pinaster stand adapted to frequent fires
O Torres, L Calvo, L Valbuena
Plant Ecology 186 (1), 129-136, 2006
232006
Recruitment and early growth of Pinus pinaster seedlings over five years after a wildfire in NW Spain
L Calvo, O Torres, L Valbuena, E Luis-Calabuig
Forest Systems 22 (3), 582-586, 2013
202013
Evaluation of Composite Burn Index and Land Surface Temperature for Assessing Soil Burn Severity in Mediterranean Fire-Prone Pine Ecosystems
E Marcos, V Fernández-García, A Fernández-Manso, C Quintano, ...
Forests 9 (8), 494, 2018
192018
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