Marín Pompa-García

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  • Marín Pompa-García, Raúl Solís-Moreno, Efraín Rodríguez-Téllez, Alfredo Pinedo-Álvarez, Diana Avila-Flores, Ciro Hernández-Díaz +1 other
  • 2010
The forests in Mexico have been seriously affected by forest fires, and thus detection of fires from watchtowers is essential. The current numbers of watchtowers and effectiveness of their distribution is unknown. The aim of the present study was to determine the current and potential area visible from the watchtowers, and to propose a new network to(More)
The spatio-temporal analysis of land use changes could provide basic information for managing the protection, conservation and production of forestlands, which promotes a sustainable resource use of temperate ecosystems. In this study we modeled and analyzed the spatial and temporal dynamics of land use of a temperate forests in the region of Pueblo Nuevo,(More)
Winter and spring wet and cool conditions often linked to El Niño enhance growth in five Mexican pine species which showed different responses to drought. Climate warming could intensify drought stress in NW México mountains as the Sierra Madre Occidental which are not only centers of pine diversification but also subject to a high hydroclimatic(More)
Forest ecosystems play an important role in the global carbon cycle. Therefore, understanding the dynamics of carbon uptake in forest ecosystems is much needed. Pinus cooperi is a widely distributed species in the Sierra Madre Occidental in northern Mexico and future climatic variations could impact these ecosystems. Here, we analyze the variations of trunk(More)
Determining underlying factors that foster deforestation and delineating forest areas by levels of susceptibility are of the main challenges when defining policies for forest management and planning at regional scale. The susceptibility to deforestation of remaining forest ecosystems (shrubland, temperate forest and rainforest) was conducted in the state of(More)
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