Tree density and site quality influence on Pinus halepensis Mill. reproductive characteristics after large fires

  title={Tree density and site quality influence on Pinus halepensis Mill. reproductive characteristics after large fires},
  author={Daniel Moya and Josep Maria Espelta and Iraima Verkaik and Francisco Ram{\'o}n L{\'o}pez-Serrano and Jorge de las Heras},
  journal={Annals of Forest Science},
In Spain, many Pinus halepensis Mill. forests have been seriously affected by significant forest fires in the past decade, in 1994 alone, more than 100 000 ha were burned in Eastern Spain. In order to study the reproductive characteristics of P. halepensis after forest fires, six locations were selected in four areas affected by serious fires in the summer of 1994, and the following different precipitation zones were studied: dry-subhumid, dry and semi-arid. Ten years after the fires, data… CONTINUE READING


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