Publications (191)


  1. Human impact and ecological changes during prehistoric settlement on the Canary Islands

    Quaternary Science Reviews, Vol. 239

  2. Causas y consecuencias del cambio climático: el caso de Canarias

    El derecho ante el reto del cambio climático (Aranzadi Thomson Reuters), pp. 51-79

  3. Using multiple palaeoecological indicators to guide biodiversity conservation in tropical dry islands: The case of São Nicolau, Cabo Verde

    Biological Conservation, Vol. 242

  4. The pedogenic Walker and Syers model under high atmospheric P deposition rates

    Biogeochemistry, Vol. 148, Núm. 3, pp. 237-253

  5. Set ambitious goals for biodiversity and sustainability

    Science, Vol. 370, Núm. 6515, pp. 411-413

  6. Seedling bank demography over 11 years in an island laurel forest, Tenerife, Canary Islands

    Forest Ecology and Management, Vol. 462

  7. Oceanic Island forests buried by Holocene (Meghalayan) explosive eruptions: palaeobiodiversity in pre-anthropic volcanic charcoal from Faial Island (Azores, Portugal) and its palaeoecological implications

    Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, Vol. 273

  8. Invasive fountain grass (Pennisetum setaceum (Forssk.) Chiov.) increases its potential area of distribution in Tenerife island under future climatic scenarios

    Plant Ecology, Vol. 221, Núm. 10, pp. 867-882

  9. Global change in microcosms: Environmental and societal predictors of land cover change on the Atlantic Ocean Islands

    Anthropocene, Vol. 30

  10. Early recognition by Ball and Hooker in 1878 of plant back-colonization (boomerang) events from Macaronesia to Africa

    Frontiers of Biogeography, Vol. 12, Núm. 1

  11. Biotic homogenization of oceanic islands depends on taxon, spatial scale and the quantification approach