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Pirineos: Revista de Ecología de Montaña
274 Publications
OpenAIRE 2.0+ (DRIVER OA, EC funding)


  • Alimentación de las ranas pardas, Rana gr. temporaria, en el circo de Piedrafita, (Pirineos, España)

    Rodríguez Vieites, D.; Nieto Román, S.; Palanca Soler, A. (1997)
    Feeding of high Pyrenean mountain brown frogs were studied in the pre-wintering period. The main prey is beetles (44'97o), two-winged flies (12'9%) and bees, wasps, ants, etc (11'4%). For the whole of the frogs, the most frequent prey size is the small (smaller than 10 mm). Big frogs tend to consume bigger prey in not ,o. many quantity, while small frogs consume more quantity of preys but smaller in size. From prey way of life, frogs eat mainly terrestrial and aerial preys, although capture o...

    Using block counts and distance sampling to estimate populations of chamois

    Herrero, J.; García Serrano, A.; Prada, C.; Fernández Arberas, O. (2011)
    This study compared the efficacies of total block counts (BC) and distance sampling (DS) procedures to estimate the abundance of chamois populations in two mountain massifs, Posets and Maladeta, Spain. In 2002, 2006, 2007, and 2008, chamois populations were surveyed along itineraries above the timberline, twice per year: in July, after the parturition period, and in November, during the rut. The latter survey was used to estimate the sex ratio and to correct the proportion of males present in...


    García-González, Ricardo; Herrero Cortés, Juan (2011)

    La transición mediterráneo-eurosiberiana en Navarra: caracterización de los tomillares y aliagares su mediterráneos (Thymelaeo-Aphyllanthetum monspeliensis)

    Peralta, J.; Olano, J. M. (2001)
    Structure, flora, ecology and dynamics of submediterranean Thymus vulgaris garrigues (Thymelaeo-Aphyllanthetum monspeliensis) are analysed and compared with two groups of calcicolous scrubs, based upon 391 relevés from Navarre (NE Spain). Those submediterranean Thymus vulgaris garrigues are more diverse, have higher proportion of hemicryptophytes than cushion heaths of Genista occidentalis (Genistion occidentalis) and show wide ecological differences, as they thrive at lower altitudes, on les...

    Vegetation cover resilience in a burned mountainous area: the Rio Verde Wildfire (Province of Málaga, South of Spain)

    Martínez-Murillo, Juan F.; Remond, Ricardo; Hueso-González, Paloma; Ruiz-Sinoga, José D. (2016)
    The study aim is the comparison of the vegetation cover type before and 22-years after a wildfire in order to evaluate its post-fire resilience as well as the effect of topographic attributes. The study area is that affected by a wildfire in 1991 (Río Verde, Sierra de las Nieves). By means of remote sensing and mapping techniques, the type of vegetation cover was obtained for 1991, just before the wildfire, and for 2013. The comparison of both years indicates 50% of the burned area recovered ...
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