Javier Retana
Javier Retana
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Direct regeneration is not the only response of Mediterranean forests to large fires
A Rodrigo, J Retana, FX Picó
Ecology 85 (3), 716-729, 2004
2882004
Thermal disruption of transitive hierarchies in Mediterranean ant communities
X Cerdá, J Retana, S Cros
Journal of Animal Ecology, 363-374, 1997
2511997
A new look at water transport regulation in plants
J Martínez‐Vilalta, R Poyatos, D Aguadé, J Retana, M Mencuccini
New phytologist 204 (1), 105-115, 2014
2462014
Critical thermal limits in Mediterranean ant species: trade‐off between mortality risk and foraging performance
X Cerdá, J Retana, S Cros
Functional Ecology 12 (1), 45-55, 1998
2441998
The role of competition by dominants and temperature in the foraging of subordinate species in Mediterranean ant communities
X Cerdá, J Retana, A Manzaneda
Oecologia 117 (3), 404-412, 1998
2181998
Patterns of diversity and composition of Mediterranean ground ant communities tracking spatial and temporal variability in the thermal environment
J Retana, X Cerdá
Oecologia 123 (3), 436-444, 2000
2082000
Constraints and trade-offs in Mediterranean plant communities: the case of holm oak-Aleppo pine forests
MA Zavala, JM Espelta, J Retana
The Botanical Review 66 (1), 119-149, 2000
2052000
Patterns of seedling recruitment in West‐Mediterranean Quercus ilex forest influenced by canopy development
JM Espelta, M Riba, R Javier
Journal of Vegetation Science 6 (4), 465-472, 1995
2011995
Flowering phenology, floral traits and pollinator composition in a herbaceous Mediterranean plant community
J Bosch, J Retana, X Cerdá
Oecologia 109 (4), 583-591, 1997
1811997
Seed germination and seedling performance of two Mediterranean tree species, holm oak (shape Quercus ilex L.) and Aleppo pine (shape Pinus halepensis Mill.): a multifactor …
MJ Broncano, M Riba, J Retana
Plant ecology 138 (1), 17-26, 1998
1701998
Regeneration patterns of three Mediterranean pines and forest changes after a large wildfire in northeastern Spain
J Retana, J Maria Espelta, A Habrouk, J Luis OrdoÑEz, F de Solà-Morales
Ecoscience 9 (1), 89-97, 2002
1672002
Ecology of Mediterranean evergreen oak forests
F Rodà, J Retana, CA Gracia, J Bellot, MM Caldwell, G Heldmaier, ...
Springer Science & Business Media, 1999
1651999
Is competition a significant hallmark of ant (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) ecology
X Cerda, X Arnan, J Retana
Myrmecological News 18 (1), 131-147, 2013
1542013
Understanding deforestation in montane and lowland forests of the Colombian Andes
D Armenteras, N Rodríguez, J Retana, M Morales
Regional Environmental Change 11 (3), 693-705, 2011
1522011
Role of heat tolerance and cone protection of seeds in the response of three pine species to wildfires
A Habrouk, J Retana, JM Espelta
Plant Ecology 145 (1), 91-99, 1999
1331999
Masting mediated by summer drought reduces acorn predation in Mediterranean oak forests
JM Espelta, P Cortés, R Molowny-Horas, B Sánchez-Humanes, J Retana
Ecology 89 (3), 805-817, 2008
1192008
Recent climate changes interact with stand structure and management to determine changes in tree carbon stocks in S panish forests
J Vayreda, J Martinez‐Vilalta, M Gracia, J Retana
Global Change Biology 18 (3), 1028-1041, 2012
1172012
Spatial and temporal variations in the activity patterns of Mediterranean ant communities
S Cros, X Cerdá, J Retana
Ecoscience 4 (3), 269-278, 1997
1171997
Reassessing global change research priorities in mediterranean terrestrial ecosystems: how far have we come and where do we go from here?
E Doblas‐Miranda, J Martínez‐Vilalta, F Lloret, A Álvarez, A Ávila, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 24 (1), 25-43, 2015
1032015
Are conservation strategies effective in avoiding the deforestation of the Colombian Guyana Shield?
D Armenteras, N Rodríguez, J Retana
Biological Conservation 142 (7), 1411-1419, 2009
1022009
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