Angela Taboada
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Forty years of carabid beetle research in Europe–from taxonomy, biology, ecology and population studies to bioindication, habitat assessment and conservation
DJ Kotze, P Brandmayr, A Casale, E Dauffy-Richard, W Dekoninck, ...
ZooKeys, 55, 2011
Environmental drivers of fire severity in extreme fire events that affect Mediterranean pine forest ecosystems
P García-Llamas, S Suárez-Seoane, A Taboada, A Fernández-Manso, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 433, 24-32, 2019
Abandonment and management in Spanish dehesa systems: effects on soil features and plant species richness and composition
R Tárrega, L Calvo, Á Taboada, S García-Tejero, E Marcos
Forest ecology and management 257 (2), 731-738, 2009
Evaluation and comparison of Landsat 8, Sentinel-2 and Deimos-1 remote sensing indices for assessing burn severity in Mediterranean fire-prone ecosystems
P García-Llamas, S Suárez-Seoane, JM Fernández-Guisuraga, ...
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 80 …, 2019
Traditional forest management: Do carabid beetles respond to human-created vegetation structures in an oak mosaic landscape?
A Taboada, DJ Kotze, R Tárrega, JM Salgado
Forest Ecology and Management 237 (1-3), 436-449, 2006
Plant and carabid beetle species diversity in relation to forest type and structural heterogeneity
Á Taboada, R Tárrega, L Calvo, E Marcos, JA Marcos, JM Salgado
European Journal of Forest Research 129, 31-45, 2010
Carabid beetle occurrence at the edges of oak and beech forests in NW Spain
A Taboada, DJ Kotze, JM Salgado
Eur. J. Entomol 101 (4), 555-563, 2004
Forest structure and understory diversity in Quercus pyrenaica communities with different human uses and disturbances
R Tárrega, L Calvo, E Marcos, A Taboada
Forest Ecology and Management 227 (1-2), 50-58, 2006
Provenance and seed mass determine seed tolerance to high temperatures associated to forest fires in Pinus pinaster
L Calvo, V Hernández, L Valbuena, A Taboada
Annals of Forest Science 73, 381-391, 2016
Comparison of community structure and soil characteristics in different aged Pinus sylvestris plantations and a natural pine forest
JA Marcos, E Marcos, A Taboada, R Tárrega
Forest Ecology and Management 247 (1-3), 35-42, 2007
Impact of burn severity on soil properties in a Pinus pinaster ecosystem immediately after fire
V Fernández-García, E Marcos, JM Fernández-Guisuraga, A Taboada, ...
International Journal of Wildland Fire 28 (5), 354-364, 2019
Remote sensing applied to the study of fire regime attributes and their influence on post-fire greenness recovery in pine ecosystems
V Fernández-García, C Quintano, A Taboada, E Marcos, L Calvo, ...
Remote Sensing 10 (5), 733, 2018
Carabids of differently aged reforested pinewoods and a natural pine forest in a historically modified landscape
A Taboada, DJ Kotze, R Tárrega, JM Salgado
Basic and Applied Ecology 9 (2), 161-171, 2008
Fire recurrence and emergency post-fire management influence seedling recruitment and growth by altering plant interactions in fire-prone ecosystems
A Taboada, R Tarrega, E Marcos, L Valbuena, S Suarez-Seoane, L Calvo
Forest Ecology and Management 402, 63-75, 2017
Short-and medium-term effects of experimental nitrogen fertilization on arthropods associated with Calluna vulgaris heathlands in north-west Spain
D Cuesta, A Taboada, L Calvo, JM Salgado
Environmental Pollution 152 (2), 394-402, 2008
Land use changes and ground dwelling beetle conservation in extensive grazing dehesa systems of north-west Spain
S García-Tejero, Á Taboada, R Tárrega, JM Salgado
Biological Conservation 161, 58-66, 2013
Tree effects on the chemical topsoil features of oak, beech and pine forests
E Marcos, L Calvo, JA Marcos, Á Taboada, R Tárrega
European Journal of forest research 129, 25-30, 2010
The value of semi-natural grasslands for the conservation of carabid beetles in long-term managed forested landscapes
A Taboada, DJ Kotze, JM Salgado, R Tárrega
Journal of Insect Conservation 15, 573-590, 2011
Interactions between large high-severity fires and salvage logging on a short return interval reduce the regrowth of fire-prone serotinous forests
A Taboada, V Fernández-García, E Marcos, L Calvo
Forest Ecology and Management 414, 54-63, 2018
Poleward range expansion without a southern contraction in the ground beetle Agonum viridicupreum (Coleoptera, Carabidae)
C Drees, P Brandmayr, J Buse, P Dieker, S Gürlich, J Habel, I Harry, ...
ZooKeys, 333, 2011
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