Publications (247) Publications in which a researcher has participated

2023

  1. 14,000 years of climatic and anthropogenic change in the Afromontane forest of São Tomé Island, Gulf of Guinea

    Quaternary Science Reviews, Vol. 322

  2. Are plant communities on the Canary Islands resistant to plant invasion?

    Diversity and Distributions, Vol. 29, Núm. 1, pp. 51-60

  3. Assembly of functional diversity in an oceanic island flora

    Nature, Vol. 619, Núm. 7970, pp. 545-550

  4. Description and systematic affinity of flower and seed fossils of Erica sect. Chlorocodon (Ericaceae) from the early Pleistocene of Madeira Island, Portugal

    Taxon, Vol. 72, Núm. 2, pp. 375-392

  5. Effects of climate change on the distribution of plant species and plant functional strategies on the Canary Islands

    Diversity and Distributions, Vol. 29, Núm. 9, pp. 1157-1171

  6. Effects of land-use change and disturbance on the fine root biomass, dynamics, morphology, and related C and N fluxes to the soil of forest ecosystems at different elevations at Mt. Kilimanjaro (Tanzania)

    Oecologia, Vol. 201, Núm. 4, pp. 1089-1107

  7. Island Biogeography: Geo-environmental Dynamics, Ecology, Evolution, Human Impact, and Conservation

    Oxford University Press, pp. 1-475

  8. Land-use change and windstorms legacies drove the recolonization dynamics of laurel forests in Tenerife, Canary islands

    Forest Ecosystems, Vol. 10

  9. Links to rare climates do not translate into distinct traits for island endemics

    Ecology Letters

  10. Long-term trajectories of non-native vegetation on islands globally

    Ecology Letters, Vol. 26, Núm. 5, pp. 729-741

  11. Road Impact on Plant Colonization in the Arid Timanfaya National Park

    Plants, Vol. 12, Núm. 20

  12. Taming Fogo Island: Late-Holocene volcanism, natural fires and land use as recorded in a scoria-cone sediment sequence in Cabo Verde

    Holocene, Vol. 33, Núm. 4, pp. 371-381

  13. Vegetation change on Mt. Teide, the Atlantic's highest volcano, inferred by incorporating the data underlying Humboldt's Tableau Physique des Iles Canaries

    Journal of Biogeography, Vol. 50, Núm. 2, pp. 251-261