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Pirineos: Revista de Ecología de Montaña
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277 Publications
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http://pirineos.revistas.csic.es/index.php/pirineos/oai

 

  • 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...

    Comparative state of the status of Pinus uncinata Ram. Potentially protective against snow of a zone Andorra and Catalonia (NE of Spain)

    Blanco, R.; Pemán, J.; Rodríguez, F.; Aunós, Á. (2013)
    A comparative study was carried out among stands of Pinus uncinata Ram. located, respectively, in La Massana (Andorra) and in the Catalonian Pyrenees, and give these sites an important role against snow avalanches. To check if there exist some differential attributes between Andorran and Catalonian sites, a dendrometric database was generated from sampling (Andorra) and from the information provided by the Third Forest National Inventory (Catalonian Pyrenees). As for their tendency towards un...

    Distribution and abundance of the breeding population of Wallcreeper (Tichodroma muraria) in Aragon

    Gil, Juan Antonio; Pérez, Carlos (2015)
    With the completion of the Ornithological Atlas of Aragon only a first approximation of the distribution of the breeding population of Wallcreeper (Tichodroma muraria) in Aragon was made. In this paper we update the information about its distribution and we made a first estimate of population size. Overall total 145 records were obtained during the breeding season (May-August) between the years 1982 to 2014 are obtained. Breeding areas were located at an average altitude of 2.409 ± 572 meters...

    The origins of mountain geoecology

    Ives, Jack D. (2012)
    Mountain geoecology, as a sub-discipline of Geography, stems from the life and work of Carl Troll who, in turn, was inspired by the philosophy and mountain travels of Alexander von Humboldt. As founding chair of the IGU Commission on High-Altitude Geoecology (1968), Troll laid the foundations for inter-disciplinary and international mountain research. The paper traces the evolution of the Commission and its close links with the UNESCO Man and Biosphere Programme (1972-) and the United Nations...

    The population size, demography and the harvest strategy for the red deer (Cervus elaphus L.) in the Polish eastern Carpathians

    Merta, D.; Bobeck, B.; Frcokowiak, W.; Sukowski, P. (2002)
    Using a line intercept snow track index, the population density and numbers of red deer (Cervus elaphusL.) in 8 Forest Districts (Baligród, Cisna, Dukla, Lutowiska, Komacza, Stuposiany, Rymanów and Wetlina) were estimated during February 2000. The total number of red deer inhabiting the study area (134.0 thousand hectares of forest) was 4,081 individuals. The average population density was 30.4 red deer/1000 ha and it ranged from 10.1 animals/1000 ha in Wetlina Forest District to 39.3 individ...
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