Mapa de las series de vegetacion de Sierra-Nevada (Espana)

  title={Mapa de las series de vegetacion de Sierra-Nevada (Espana)},
  author={Francisco Valle},
Syntaxonomical checklist of vascular plant communities of Spain and Portugal to association level
This paper is a catalogue of all syntaxa from class to association ever described and recognized in Spain and Portugal (Iberian Peninsula, Balearic, Madeira, Azorean and Canary Islands), according
Bioindicators and bioclimatic data as essential tools towards a consistent biogeographic district typology of Sierra Nevada National Park (Spain)
The relationship, through the application of robust and solvent bioclimatic indexes, between the characteristics of the natural environment (geology, orography, climate, et.) and the recognition of
Evolution of the high mountain flora of Sierra Nevada (1837–2009)
Compared with the existing information about the same territory which had been gathered by Boissier (172 years ago), it became apparent that the number has increased by 65 taxa, thus giving importance to the increased number of therophytes.
Summer feeding strategy of Spanish ibexCapra pyrenaica and domestic sheepOvis aries in south-eastern Spain
The highest indices of selection were found in items with moderate-low availability and which comprised moderate levels in the diet composition of the two species, Spanish ibex mainly selected diet according to availability, while sheep selection depended on protein content.
Notions on dynamic-catenal phytosociology as a basis of landscape science
Abstract Short essential notions of dynamic-catenal phytosociology are defined as the basis of landscape vegetation science. The most important units – vegetation series, geoseries, permaseries and
Avances en Geobotánica.
Deseo que mis primeras palabras, dado el lugar y el acto en el que me encuentro, sean de agradecimiento público a mis maestros que aún viven, los profesores Santos Ruíz y Doadrio López, que hace ya
Diet selection by Spanish ibex in early summer in Sierra Nevada.
Feeding strategy of the Spanish ibex Capra pyrenaica Schinz, 1838 was compared in two altitudinal zones of the Sierra Nevada, and the greater similarity found between the two diets revealed preferences for common species in both zones.