Luis Matias Reina

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lmatias@us.es
Área de conocimiento: Ecología
Departamento: Biología Vegetal y Ecología
Grupo: Ecología Integrada y Cambio Global (RNM-937)
Prog. doctorado: Programa de Doctorado en Biología Integrada (RD. 99/2011)
Tipo Año Título Fuente
Artículo2021 Direct and indirect effects of global change on mycorrhizal associations of savanna plant communities Oikos (Malden)
Artículo2021 Effects of soil abiotic factors and plant chemical defences on seed predation on sea fennel (Crithmum maritimum) PLANT AND SOIL
Artículo2021 How will forecasted warming and drought affect soil respiration in savannah ecosystems? The role of tree canopy and grazing legacy AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST METEOROLOGY
Artículo2021 Soil fauna modulates the effect of experimental drought on litter decomposition in forests invaded by an exotic pathogen JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
Artículo2020 An excess of niche differences maximizes ecosystem functioning NATURE COMMUNICATIONS
Artículo2020 Growth and resilience responses of Scots pine to extreme droughts across Europe depend on predrought growth conditions GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
Artículo2020 Phenological responses to climate change in communities of plants species with contrasting functional strategies ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
Artículo2020 Shifts in growth responses to climate and exceeded drought-vulnerability thresholds characterize dieback in two Mediterranean deciduous oaks FORESTS
Artículo2019 Are northern-edge populations of cork oak more sensitive to drought than those of the southern edge? ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
Artículo2019 Disentangling the climatic and biotic factors driving changes in the dynamics of Quercus suber populations across the species' latitudinal range DIVERSITY AND DISTRIBUTIONS
Artículo2019 Exploring interactive effects of climate change and exotic pathogens on Quercus suber performance: Damage caused by Phytophthora cinnamomi varies across contrasting scenarios of soil moisture AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST METEOROLOGY
Artículo2019 Functional traits and phenotypic plasticity modulate species coexistence across contrasting climatic conditions NATURE COMMUNICATIONS
Artículo2018 An experimental extreme drought reduces the likelihood of species to coexist despite increasing intransitivity in competitive networks JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
Artículo2018 Fine Scale Determinants of Soil Litter Fauna on a Mediterranean Mixed Oak Forest Invaded by the Exotic Soil-Borne Pathogen Phytophthora cinnamomi FORESTS
Artículo2018 Relationships between leaf mass per area and nutrient concentrations in 98 Mediterranean woody species are determined by phylogeny, habitat and leaf habit TREES-STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
Artículo2018 The "isohydric trap": A proposed feedback between water shortage, stomatal regulation, and nutrient acquisition drives differential growth and survival of European pines under climatic dryness GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
Artículo2018 Tree species from contrasting hydrological niches show divergent growth and water-use efficiency DENDROCHRONOLOGIA
Artículo2017 Contrasting growth forecasts across the geographical range of Scots pine due to altitudinal and latitudinal differences in climatic sensitivity GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
Artículo2017 Differential impact of hotter drought on seedling performance of five ecologically distinct pine species PLANT ECOLOGY
Artículo2016 Role of geographical provenance in the response of silver fir seedlings to experimental warming and drought TREE PHYSIOLOGY
Artículo2015 Asymmetric changes of growth and reproductive investment herald altitudinal and latitudinal range shifts of two woody species GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
Artículo2014 Impacts of predicted climate change on recruitment at the geographical limits of Scots pine JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
Artículo2014 Larger investment in roots in southern range-edge populations of Scots pine is associated with increased growth and seedling resistance to extreme drought in response to simulated climate change ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
Artículo2014 Seed Dispersers, Seed Predators, and Browsers Act Synergistically as Biotic Filters in a Mosaic Landscape PLOS ONE
Artículo2014 Soil nutrients and microbial biomass in three contrasting Mediterranean forests PLANT AND SOIL
Artículo2012 Effect of Simulated Climate Change on Soil Respiration in a Mediterranean-Type Ecosystem: Rainfall and Habitat Type are More Important than Temperature or the Soil Carbon Pool ECOSYSTEMS
Artículo2012 Evidence for plant traits driving specific drought resistance. A community field experiment ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
Revisión2012 Interactions between growth, demography and biotic interactions in determining species range limits in a warming world: The case of Pinus sylvestris FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
Artículo2012 Sporadic rainy events are more critical than increasing of drought intensity for woody species recruitment in a Mediterranean community OECOLOGIA
Artículo2011 Effects of resource availability on plant recruitment at the community level in a Mediterranean mountain ecosystem PERSPECTIVES IN PLANT ECOLOGY EVOLUTION AND SYSTEMATICS
Artículo2011 Repercussions of Simulated Climate Change on the Diversity of Woody-Recruit Bank in a Mediterranean-type Ecosystem ECOSYSTEMS
Artículo2011 Soil-nutrient availability under a global-change scenario in a Mediterranean mountain ecosystem GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
Artículo2010 Positive adjacency effects mediated by seed disperser birds in pine plantations ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
Artículo2010 Seed Dispersal Patterns by Large Frugivorous Mammals in a Degraded Mosaic Landscape Restoration Ecology
Artículo2009 Consistent pattern of habitat and species selection by post-dispersal seed predators in a Mediterranean mosaic landscape PLANT ECOLOGY
Artículo2009 Recruitment limitation of forest communities in a degraded Mediterranean landscape JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE
Capítulo2008 Efectos escala-dependientes de la abundancia de semillas y la estructura del hábitat en la depredación post-dispersiva de dos especies de matorral mediterráneo Introducción al análisis espacial de datos en ecología y ciencias ambientales: métodos y aplicaciones
Artículo2008 Oak seedling survival and growth along resource gradients in Mediterranean forests: implications for regeneration in current and future environmental scenarios Oikos (Malden)

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