Publicaciones

Publicaciones en revistas últimos 10 años (solo las incluidas en el Science Citation Index)

2020

CUESTA, E, QUINTANO, C, FERNANDEZ-MANSO, A. 2020. Cross-diffusion based filtering as pre-processing step for remote sensing procedures. Advances in Engineering SoftwareVolume 140, February 2020.
Fuente WOS (JCR). Impact factor: 4,194 Posición 12/419 D1 Q1 COMPUTER SCIENCE,

CRUZ, Ó.; GARCÍA-DURO, J.; RIVEIRO, S.F.; GARCÍA-GARCÍA, C.; CASAL, M.; REYES, O. Fire severity Drives the Natural Regeneration of Cytisus scoparius L. (Link) and Salix atrocinerea Brot. Communities and the Germinative Behaviour of These Species. Forests 2020, 11, 124. 
Fuente WOS (JCR).  Impact factor: 2.116, puesto: 20/139 Q1 FORESTRY

FERNÁNDEZ-GARCÍA, V., MARCOS, E., FULÉ, P.Z., REYES, O., SANTANA, V. CALVO, L. 2020. Fire regime shape diversity and traits of vegetation under different climatic conditions. Science of Total Environment, 716: 137137. 
Fuente WOS (JCR). Impact factor (2018): 5,589. Posición 27/250. Q1 en ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES.

FERNÁNDEZ-GARCÍA, V., MARCOS, E., REYES, O., CALVO, L. 2020. Do fire regime attributes affect soil biochemical properties in the same way under different environmental conditions? Forests, 11(3), 274. https://doi.org/10.3390/f11030274
Fuente WOS (JCR). Impact factor (2018): 2,116. Posición 17/67. Q2 en FORESTRY. 1 cita.

SAENZ DE MIERA, L.E., PINTO, R., GUTIÉRREZ-GONZÁLEZ, J.J., CALVO, L., ANSOLA, G. 2020. Wildfire effects on diversity and composition in soil bacterial communities. Science of Total Environment, 726. 138636.
Fuente WOS (JCR). Impact factor (2018): 5,589. Posición 27/250. Q1 en ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES.

PÉREZ-RODRIGUEZ, L.A., QUINTANO, C. MARCOS, E., SUÁREZ-SEOANE, S., CALVO, L., FERNÁNDEZ-MANSO, A. 2020. Evaluation of prescribed fires from Unmanaged Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) imagery and machine learning algorithms. Remote sensing 12, 1295.
Fuente WOS (JCR). Impact factor (2018): 4,118. Posición 7/30. Q1 en REMOTE SENSING.

FERNÁNDEZ-GUISURAGA, P., CALVO, L., SUAREZ-SEOANE, S. 2020. Comparison of pixel unmixing models in the evaluation of post-fire forest resilience based on temporal series of satellite imagery at moderate and very high spatial resolution. Aceptado en ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing.
Fuente WOS (JCR). Impact factor (2018): 6,942. Posición 1/50. D1, Q1 en GEOGRAPHY, PHYSICAL, SCIE. 3/30, D1, Q1 en REMOTE SENSING, 5/196, D1, Q1 en GEOSCIENCES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY

GARCÍA LLAMAS, P., SUAREZ-SEOANE, S., FERNÁNDEZ-MANSO, A., QUINTANO, C., CALVO, L. 2020. The vegetation structure is the most influence drivers of fire severity in fire-prone ecosystems under different climatic conditions. Aceptado Journal on Environmental Management,
Fuente WOS (JCR). Impact factor (2018): 4,865. Posición 37/251. Q1 en ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES

 QUINTANO, C., FERNÁNDEZ-MANSO, A., ROBERST. D.A, 2020.Enhanced burn severity estimation using fine resolution ET and MESMA fraction images with machine learning algorithm. Remote Sensing of Environment. 244, 111815
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rse.2020.111815
Fuente WOS (JCR). Impact factor (2018): 8,218. Posición 2/30. D1 Q1 en REMOTE SENSING.

FERNÁNDEZ-MANSO, A., QUINTANO, C., ROBERST. D.A, 2020. Can Landsat-Derived Variables Related to Energy Balance Improve Understanding of Burn Severity From Current Operational Techniques?. Remote sensing 12, 890.
http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/rs12050890
Fuente WOS (JCR). Impact factor (2018): 4,118. Posición 7/30. Q1 en REMOTE SENSING.

FERNÁNDEZ-MANSO, A., QUINTANO, C., 2020. A Synergetic Approach to Burned Area Mapping Using Maximum Entropy Modeling Trained with Hyperspectral Data and VIIRS Hotspots. Remote sensing 12, 858.
http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/rs12050858
Fuente WOS (JCR). Impact factor (2018): 4,118. Posición 7/30. Q1 en REMOTE SENSING.

 FERNÁNDEZ-GUISURAGA, J.M., SUÁREZ-SEOANE, S., CALVO, L. 2019. Influence of fire regime and spatial resolution of remote sensing data in the transferability of post-fire vegetation recovery models. Aceptado in Applied Vegetation Science.
Fuente WOS (JCR). Impact factor (2018): 3,568. Posición 3/67. D1, Q1 en FORESTRY. Posición 34/228. Q1 en PLANT SCIENCES. Posición 41/165. Q1 en ECOLOGY.



2019


Fernández-García, v.; Fulé, p.z.; Marcos, e.; Calvo, l. 2019. The role of fire frequency and severity on the regeneration of Mediterranean serotinous pines under different environmental conditions. Forest Ecology and Management 444, 59 – 68. (Impact factor: 3,126, puesto 6/67 Forestry, Q1).
García-Duro, J., Cruz, O., Casal, M. et al. Fire as driver of the expansion of Paraserianthes lophantha (Willd.) I. C. Nielsen in SW Europe. Biol Invasions 21, 1427–1438 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10530-018-01910-w (Impact factor: 2.897, puesto 48/357 Ecology Q1)
Riveiro, S. F.; García-Duro, J.; Cruz, Ó.; Casal, M.; Reyes, O. Fire Effects on Germination Response of the Native Species Daucus carota and the Invasive Alien Species Helichrysum foetidum and Oenothera glazioviana. Glob. Ecol. Conserv. 2019, 20, e00730. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gecco.2019.e00730 (Impact factor: 2.751, puesto 49/357 Ecology Q1)
Cruz, O.; García-Duro, J.; Casal, M.; Reyes, O. Role of Serotiny on Pinus pinaster Aiton Germination and Its Relation to Mother Plant Age and Fire Severity. iForest 2019, 12, 491–497. https://doi.org/10.3832/ifor2968-012. (Impact factor: 1.587, puesto: 42/157 Forestry, Q2)

VALBUENA, L., TABOADA, A., TARREGA, R., DE LA ROSA, A., CALVO, L. 2019. Germination response of woody species to laboratory simulated fire severity and airborne nitrogen deposition: a post-fire recovery strategy perspective. Plant ecology, 220: 1057-1069 https://doi.org/10.1007/s11258-019-00974-5.Fuente WOS (JCR). Impact factor (2018): 1,789. Posición 26/67. Q2 en Forestry.
FERNÁNDEZ-GARCÍA, V.; MARCOS, E.; FERNÁNDEZ-GUISURAGA, J.M.; TABOADA, A.; SUÁREZ-SEOANE, S.; CALVO, L. 2019. Soil ecological indicators of burn severity in a Mediterranean fire-prone forest. International Journal of Wildland Fire, 28, 354-364 (Impact factor 2,656; 11/67 Forestry, Q1)
Fernández-García, V.; Miesel, J.; Marcos, E.; Calvo, L. 2019. Wildfire effects on soil properties in fire-prone pine ecosystems: indicators of burn severity legacy over the medium term after fire. Applied Soil Ecology 135, 147 - 156. (Impact factor: 3.445, puesto 8/35 Soil Science, Q1).
Fernández-Guisuraga, J.M., Suárez-Seoane, S., Calvo, L. 2019. Potentiality of high spatial resolution satellite imagery in the assessment of post-megafire regeneration. Forest Ecology and Management, 446, 257-271 (impact factor: 3.126; 6/67 Forestry, Q1, D1)
Fernández-Guisuraga, J.M.; Calvo, L.; Fernández-García, V.; Marcos E.; Taboada, A.; Suárez-Seoane, S. 2019. Efficiency of remote sensing tools for post-fire management along a climatic gradient. Forest Ecology and Management, 433, 553-562 (impact factor: 3,126; 6/67 Forestry; Q1, D1)
FERNÁNDEZ-MANSO, A.; QUINTANO, C.; ROBERTS, D.A. 2019. Burn severity analysis in Mediterranean forests using maximum entropy model trained with EO-1 Hyperion and LiDAR data. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 155, 102-118 (Impact factor: 6,942 puesto 3/30 Remote Sensing, Q1)
GARCÍA-LLAMAS, P.; GEIJZENDORFFER, I.R.; GARCÍA-NIETO, A.P.; CALVO. L.; SUÁREZ-SEOANE, S.; CRAMER, W. 2019. Impact of land cover change on ecosystem service supply in mountain systems: a case study in the Cantabrian Mountains (NW of Spain). Regional Environmental Change (https://doi.org/10.1007/s10113-018-1419-2) (Impact factor 3,149; 83/250 Environmental Sciences; Q2)
GARCÍA-LLAMAS, P.; SUAREZ-SEOANE, S.; FERNANDEZ-GARCIA, V.; FERNANDEZ-GUISURAGA, J.M.; FERNANDEZ-MANSO, A.; QUINTANO, C.; TABOADA, A.; MARCOS, E.; CALVO, L. 2019. Evaluation and comparison of Landsat 8, Sentinel-2 and Deimos-1 remote sensing indices for assessing burn severity in Mediterranean fire-prone ecosystems. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 80, 137-144 (Impact factor: 4,846, puesto 5/30 Remote Sensing, Q1)
GARCÍA-LLAMAS, P.; SUAREZ-SEOANE, S.; TABOADA, A.; FERNANDEZ-GARCIA, V.; FERNANDEZ-GUISURAGA, J.M.; FERNANDEZ-MANSO, A.; QUINTANO, C.; MARCOS, E.; CALVO, L. 2019. Assessment of the influence of biophysical properties related to fuel conditions on fire severity using remote sensing techniques: a case study on a large fire in NW Spain. International Journal of Wildland Fire, 28(7) 512-520 (Impact factor: 2,656, puesto 11/67 Forestry, Q1)
GARCÍA-LLAMAS, P.; SUAREZ-SEOANE, S.; TABOADA, A.; FERNANDEZ-MANSO, A.; QUINTANO, C.; FERNANDEZ-GARCIA, V.; FERNANDEZ-GUISURAGA, J.M.; MARCOS, E.; CALVO, L. 2019. Environmental drivers of fire severity in extreme fire events that affect Mediterranean pine forest ecosystems. Forest Ecology and Management 433, 24-32 (Impact factor: 3,126, puesto 6/67 Forestry, Q1)
PEREZ-RODRIGUEZ, L.A., QUINTANO, C., GARCIA LLAMAS, P., FERNANDEZ-GARCÍA, V., TABOADA, A., FERNÁNDEZ-GUISURAGA, J.M., MARCOS, E., CALVO, L., FERNÁNDEZ-MANSO, A. 2019. Using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) for forest damage monitoring in south-western Europe. Proc. SPIE 11130. Imaging Spectrometry XXIII: Applications, Sensors, and Processing. 111300K (6 September 2019). doi: 10.1117/12.2531265. (Puesto 454/1148 Computer Science Applications, Indice SJR- Q2
QUINTANO, C.; FERNÁNDEZ-MANSO, A.; CALVO, L., ROBERTS, D.A. 2019. Vegetation and Soil Fire Damage Analysis Based on Species Distribution Modeling Trained with Multispectral Satellite Data. Remote Sensing, 11, 1832 (Impact factor: 4,118, puesto 7/30 Remote Sensing, Q1)
QUINTANO, C., FERNÁNDEZ-MANSO, A., MARCOS, E., CALVO, L. 2019. Burn severity and post-fire land surface albedo relationship in Mediterranean forest ecosystems. Remote Sensing, 11: 2309. https://doi.org/10.3390/rs11192309. (Impact factor: 4,118, puesto 7/30 Remote Sensing, Q1)
VALBUENA, L.; TABOADA, A.; TÁRREGA, R.; DE LA ROSA, A.; CALVO, L. 2019. Germination response of different woody species to laboratory-simulated fire severity conditions and nitrogen deposition. Plant Ecology en prensa. (Impact factor: 1.789, puesto 96/228 Plant Sciences, Q2; 99/164 Ecology, Q3; 26/67 Forestry, Q2).
2018

TABOADA, A; FERNÁNDEZ-GARCÍA, V; MARCOS, E; CALVO, L. 2018. Interactions between large high-severity fires and salvage logging on a short return interval reduce the regrowth of fire-prone serotinous forests. Forest Ecology and Management 414: 54 – 63. (Impact Factor: (2017): 3,196. Posición D1 y Q1 (4/66) en “Forestry”).
MARCOS, E., FERNÁNDEZ-GARCÍA, V., FERNÁNDEZ-MANSO, A., QUINTANO, C., VALBUENA, L., LUIS-CALABUIG, E., CALVO, L. 2018. Evaluation of Composite Burn Index and Land Surface Temperature for Assessing Soil Burn Severity in Mediterranean Fire-Prone Pine Ecosystems. Forests 9(8), 494; https://doi.org/10.3390/f9080494. (Impact Factor: (2017): 2,956. Posición Q2 (18/66) en Forestry)
FERNÁNDEZ-GARCÍA, V., QUINTANO C., TABOADA, A., MARCOS E., CALVO L., FERNÁNDEZ-MANSO, A. 2018. Remote sensing applied to the study of fire regime attributes and their influence on post-fire greenness recovery in pine ecosystems. Remote Sensing 10(5), 733; DOI: 10.3390/rs10050733. (Impact Factor: (2017): 3,406. Posición Q2 (8/30) en Remote Sensing)
FERNÁNDEZ-GUISURAGA, J.M., SANZ-ABLANEDO, E., SUÁREZ-SEOANE, S., CALVO, L. 2018. Using unmanned aerial vehicles in post-fire vegetation survey campaigns through large and heterogeneous areas: opportunities and challenges. Sensors, 18, 586. doi:10.3390/s18020586. (Impact Factor: 2,67, puesto 10/58 Instruments and Instrumentation, Q1).
GARCÍA, J., JOHNSEN, A., FUERTES, B.; SUÁREZ-SEOANE, S. 2017. Evolutionary divergences of Luscinia svecica sub-species complex. New evidences supporting the uniqueness of the Iberian bluethroat breeding populations. Ornis Fennica, 94, 00-00. (Impact Factor: 1,238, puesto 8/24 Ornithology, Q2).
QUINTANO. C, A. FERNÁNDEZ-MANSO, O. FERNÁNDEZ-MANSO, 2018. Combination of Landsat and Sentinel-2 MSI data for initial assessing of burn severity. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation, 64, 221–22 (Impact Factor: 3.930, puesto 5/29 Remote sensing; Q1    
CALVO-FERNÁNDEZ, J., TABOADA, A.; FICHTNER, A., HÄRDTLE, W.; CALVO, L., MARCOS, E. 2018. Time- and age-related effects of experimentally simulated nitrogen deposition on the functioning of montane heathland ecosystems. Science of the Total Environment 613-614, 149-159. (Impact Factor: 4,90, puesto 22/229 Environmental Sciences, Q1)
GARCÍA LLAMAS, P.; CALVO, L.; DE LA CRUZ, M.; SUÁREZ-SEOANE, S. 2018. Landscape heterogeneity as a surrogate of biodiversity in mountain systems: what is the most appropriate spatial analytical unit? Ecological Indicators 85, 285-294 (Impact Factor: 3,898, puesto 43/229 Environmental Sciences, Q1)
FERNÁNDEZ-GARCÍA, V., SANTAMARTA, M., FERNÁNDEZ-MANSO, A., QUINTANO, C., MARCOS, E., CALVO, L. 2018. Burn severity metrics in fire-prone pine ecosystems along a climatic gradient using Landsat imagery. Remote Sensing of Environment 206, 205-217 (Impact Factor: 6,265, puesto 11/229 environmental Sciences, Q1; puesto 2/29 Remote sensing; puesto 2/26 Remote Sense of Environment, Q1)

2017

ARÁN, D.; GARCÍA-DURO, J.; CRUZ, O.; CASAL, M.; REYES, O. 2017.  Preventing seedling establishment after fire is the key point to control A. melanoxylonAnnals of Forest Science. (Impact factor: 2,086, puesto 9/66 Forestry, Q1)
CALVO-FERNÁNDEZ, J.; MARCOS, E.; CALVO, L. 2017. Bulk deposition of atmospheric inorganic nitrogen in mountainous heathland ecosystems in North-Western Spain. Atmospheric Research 183, 237-244. (Impact factor: 3,377, puesto 18/84 Meteorology &Atmospheric Sciences, Q1)
DZIEDEK, C.; FICHTNER A.; CALVO, L.; MARCOS, E.; JANSEN, K.; KUNZ M.; WALMSLEY D.; VON OHEIMB, G.; HÄRDTLE, W. 2017. Phenotypic plasticity explains response patterns of European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) saplings to nitrogen fertilization and drought events. Forests 8 (3), 91: 1-12. (Impact factor: 1,583, puesto 19/66 Forestry, Q2)
GARCÍA, J.; JOHNSEN, A.; FUERTES, B.; SUÁREZ-SEOANE, S. 2017. Evolutionary divergences of Luscinia svecica sub-species complex. New evidences supporting the uniqueness of the Iberian bluethroat breeding populations. Ornis Fennica 94, en prensa. (Impact factor: 0,867, puesto 11/24 Ornithology, Q2)
QUINTANO, C.; FERNÁNDEZ-MANSO, A.; ROBERTS, D.A. 2017. Burn severity mapping from Landsat MESMA fraction images and Land Surface Temperature. Remote Sensing of Environment 190, 83-95. (Impact factor: 5,881, puesto 10/225 Environmental Sciences, Q1; 1/28 Remote Sensing, Q1; 1/24 Imaging Science & Photographic Technology, Q1)
SUÁREZ-SEOANE, S.; ÁLVAREZ-MARTÍNEZ, J.M.; WINTLE, B.A.; PALACÍN, C.; ALONSO, J.C. 2017. Modelling the spatial variation of vital rates: an evaluation of the strengths and weaknesses of correlative species distribution models. Diversity and Distributions en prensa. (Impact factor: 4,566, puesto 5/49 Biodiversity Conservation, Q1; 21/150 Ecology, Q1)
TABOADA, A., TÁRREGA, R., MARCOS, E., VALBUENA, L., SUÁREZ-SEOANE, S.; CALVO, L. 2017. Fire recurrence and emergency post-fire management influence seedling recruitment and growth by altering plant interactions in fire-prone ecosystemsFOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT 402, 63-75. (IMPACT FACTOR: 3,06 PUESTO 3/64 FORESTRY, Q1)

2016

BLANCO I.; MOLLE, P.; SÁENZ DE MIERA, L.E.; ANSOLA, G. 2016. Basic oxygen furnace steel slag aggregates for phosphorus treatment. Evaluation of its potential use as a substrate in constructed wetlands. Water Research 89, 355-365. (Impact factor: 5,991, puesto 2/50 Engineering, Environmental, Q1; 7/225 Environmental Sciences, Q1; 1/85 Water Resources, Q1)
CALVO, L.; HERNÁNDEZ, V.; VALBUENA, L.; TABOADA, A. 2016. Provenance and seed mass determine seed tolerance to high temperatures associated to forest fires in Pinus pinasterAnnals of Forest Science 73, 381-391. (Impact factor: 2,086, puesto 9/66 Forestry, Q1)
CRUZ, O.; GARCÍA-DURO, J.; CASAL, M.; REYES, O. 2016. Role of fire severity and mother plant age on cone serotiny and seed germination of Pinus pinaster Aiton. Annals of Forest Science. (Impact factor: 2,086, puesto 9/66 Forestry, Q1)
DZIEDEK, C.; VON OHEIMB G.; CALVO L.; FICHTNER A.; KRIEBITZSCH, W.; MARCOS E.; PITZ, W.T.; HÄRDTLE W. 2016. Does excess nitrogen supply increase the drought sensitivity of European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) seedlings? Plant Ecology 217, 393-405. (Impact factor: 1,490, puesto 92/209 Plant Sciences, Q2; 93/145 Ecology, Q3; 21/66 Forestry, Q2).
FERNÁNDEZ-MANSO, A.; QUINTANO, C.; ROBERTS, D.A. 2016. Burn severity influence on post-fire vegetation cover resilience from Landsat MESMA fraction images time series in Mediterranean forest ecosystems. Remote Sensing of Environment 184, 112-123. (Impact factor: 5,881, puesto 10/225 Environmental Sciences, Q1; 1/28 Remote Sensing, Q1; 1/24 Imaging Science & Photographic Technology, Q1)
FERNÁNDEZ-MANSO, A.; FERNANDEZ-MANSO, O.; QUINTANO, C. 2016. SENTINEL-2A red-edge spectral indices suitability for discriminating burn severity. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 50, 170-175. (Impact factor: 3,798, puesto 3/28 Remote Sensing, Q1)
FERNÁNDEZ-RAGA, M., CASTRO, A., MARCOS, E., PALENCIA, C., FRAILE, R. 2016. Weather types and rainfall microestructure in León (Spain). International Journal of Climatology, .37 (4): 1834-1842. (Impact factor: 3,778, puesto 13/84 Meteorology and Atmospheric Sciences, Q1).
GARCÍA-LLAMAS, P.; CALVO. L.; ÁLVAREZ-MARTÍNEZ, J.M.; SUÁREZ-SEOANE, S. 2016. Using remote sensing products to classify landscape. A multi-spatial resolution approach. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 50, 95-105. (Impact factor: 3,798, puesto 3/28 Remote Sensing, Q1)
GARCÍA-TEJERO, S.; TABOADA, A. 2016. Microhabitat heterogeneity promotes soil fertility and ground-dwelling arthropod diversity in Mediterranean wood-pastures. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 233, 192-201. (Impact factor: 3,564, puesto 1/57 Agriculture, Multidisciplinary, Q1; 36/150 Ecology, Q1; 39/225 Environmental Sciences, Q1))
SÁENZ DE MIERA, L.E.; ARROYO, P.; LUIS CALABUIG, E.; ANSOLA, G. 2016. Effects of varying CO2 flows on bacterial communities in mesocosms created from two soils. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 46, 205-214. (Impact factor: 4,064, puesto 18/88 Energy & Fuels, Q1; 10/50 Engineering Environmental, Q1; 8/29 Green & Sustainable Science & Technology, Q2)
TABOADA, A.; MARCOS, E.; CALVO, L. 2016. Disruption of trophic interactions involving the heather beetle by atmospheric nitrogen deposition. Environmental Pollution 218, 436-445. (Impact factor: 4,839, puesto 17/225 Environmental Sciences, Q1)
MEYER-GRÜNEFELDT, M.; BELZ, K.; CALVO, L.; MARCOS, E.; VON OHEIMB, G.; HÄRDTLE, W. 2016. Marginal calluna populations are more resistant to climate change, but not under high nitrogen loadsPLANT ECOLOGY 217, 111–122. (IMPACT FACTOR: 1,490, PUESTO 92/209 PLANT SCIENCES, Q2; 93/145 ECOLOGY, Q3; 21/66 FORESTRY, Q2)

2015

ALVAREZ-MARTÍNEZ, J.M.; SUÁREZ-SEOANE, S.; PALACÍN, C.; SANZ, J.; ALONSO J.C. 2015. Can Eltonian processes explain species distributions at large scales? Diversity and Distributions 21, 123-138. (Impact factor: 4,566, puesto 5/49 Biodiversity Conservation, Q1; 21/150 Ecology, Q1)
ARROYO, P.; SÁENZ DE MIERA, L.E.; ANSOLA, G. 2015. Influence of environmental variables on the structure and composition of soil bacterial communities in natural and constructed wetlands. Science of the Total Environment. 506-507, 380-390. (Impact factor: 3,976, puesto 32/225 Environmental Sciences, Q1)
CALVO-FERNÁNDEZ, J.; MARCOS, E.; CALVO, L.; HÄRDTLE, W. 2015. Allocation patterns of airborne nitrogen in mountainous heathlands – a 15N tracer study in the Cantabrian Mountains (NW Spain). Ecological Engineering 84, 128-135. (Impact factor: 2,740, puesto 50/150 Ecology, Q2; 17/50 Engineering, Environmental, Q2; 66/225 Environmental Sciences, Q2)
CUESTA, E.; QUINTANO, C. 2015. Linear fractional-based filter as a pre-classifier to map burned areas in Mediterranean countries. International Journal of Remote Sensing 36, 13, 3293-3316. (Impact factor: 1,640, puesto 13/28 Remote Sensing, Q2; 8/24 Imaging Science & Photographic Technology, Q2)
FERNÁNDEZ-MANSO, A.; QUINTANO, C. 2015. Evaluating Landsat ETM+ emissivity-enhanced spectral indices for burn severity discrimination in Mediterranean forest ecosystems. Remote Sensing Letters 6, 4, 302-310. (Impact factor: 1,487, puesto 15/28 Remote Sensing, Q3; 11/24 Imaging Science & Photographic Technology, Q2)
MEYER-GRÜNEFELDT, M.; CALVO, L.; MARCOS, L.; VON OHEIMB, G.; HÄRDTLE W. 2015. Impacts of drought and nitrogen addition on Calluna-heathlands differ with plant life-history stage. Journal of Ecology 103, 1141-11152. (Impact factor: 6,180, puesto 9/209 Plant Science, Q1; 9/150 Ecology, Q1)
QUINTANO, C.; FERNÁNDEZ-MANSO, A.; CALVO, L.; MARCOS, E.; VALBUENA, L. 2015. Land surface temperature as potential indicator of burn severity in forest Mediterranean ecosystems. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 36, 1-12. (Impact factor: 3,798, puesto 3/28 Remote Sensing, Q1)
REYES, O.; GARCIA-DURO, J.; SALGADO, J. 2015. Fire affects soil organic matter and the emergence of Pinus radiata seedlings. Annals of Forest Science 72, 267-275. (Impact factor: 1,981, puesto 9/66 Forestry, Q1)
REYES, O.; KAAL, J.; ARAN, D.; GAGO, R.; BERNAL, J.; GARCIA-DURO, J.; BASANTA, M. 2015. The effects of ash and black carbon (biochar) on germination of different tree species. Fire Ecology 11, 119-133. (Impact factor: 1,098, puesto 112/150 Ecology, Q3; 28/66 Forestry, Q2)

2014

ÁLVAREZ-MARTÍNEZ, J.M.; SUÁREZ-SEOANE, S.; DE LUIS, E. 2014. Influence of land use and climate on recent forest expansion: a case study in the Eurosiberian-Mediterranean limit of north-west Spain. Journal of Ecology 102, 905-919. (Impact factor: 5,521, puesto 13/204 Plant Sciences, Q1; 12/145 Ecology, Q1)
ANSOLA, G.; ARROYO, P.; SÁENZ DE MIERA, L.E. 2014. Characterization of the soil bacterial community structure and composition of natural and constructed wetlands. Science of the Total Environment 473-474, 63-71. (Impact factor: 4,099, puesto 18/223 Environmental Sciences, Q1)
FERNÁNDEZ-MANSO, O.; FERNÁNDEZ-MANSO, A.; QUINTANO, C. 2014. Estimation of aboveground biomass in Mediterranean forests by statistical modelling of ASTER fraction images. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 31, 45-56. (Impact factor: 3,470, puesto 3/28 Remote Sensing, Q1)
MUÑOZ, A.; BASANTA, M.; DIAZ-VIZCAINO, E.; REYES, O.; CASAL, M. 2014. Land use changes effect on floristic composition, diversity and surface occupied by erica ciliaris and erica tetralix heathlands of nw spainLAND DEGRADATION & DEVELOPMENT 25, 532-540. (IMPACT FACTOR: 3,089, PUESTO 50/223 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES, Q1; 3/34 SOIL SCIENCES, Q1)
SÁENZ DE MIERA, L.E.; ARROYO, P.; LUIS CALABUIG, E.; FALAGÁN, J.; ANSOLA, G. 2014. High-throughput sequencing of 16S RNA genes of soil bacterial communities from a naturally occurring CO2 gas vent. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 29, 176-184. (Impact factor: 3,946, puesto 16/89 Energy & Fuels, Q1; 9/47 Engineering Environmental, Q1)
SUÁREZ-SEOANE, S.; TERROBA, O.; VIRGÓS, E.; PARDAVILA, X.; BAREA-AZCÓN, J.M. 2014. Scaling of species distribution models across spatial resolutions and extents along a biogeographic gradient. Ecography 37, 1-14 (Impact factor: 4,774, puesto 4/44 Biodiversity, Q1; 16/145 Ecology, Q1)

2013

ALDA, F.; GARCÍA, J.; GARCÍA, J.T.; SUÁREZ-SEOANE, S. 2013. Local genetic structure on breeding grounds of a long-distance migrant passerine. Journal of Heredity 104(1), 36-46. (Impact factor: 1,969, puesto 111/165 Genetics & Heredity, Q3)                          
ARÁN, D.; GARCIA-DURO, J.; REYES, O.; CASAL, M. 2013. Fire and invasive species: Modifications in the germination potential of Acacia melanoxylon, Conyza canadensis and Eucalyptus globulusForest Ecology and Management 302, 7-13. (Impact factor: 2,667, puesto 4/64 Forestry, Q1)
ARROYO, P.; ANSOLA, G.; SÁENZ DE MIERA, L.E. 2013. Effects of substrate, vegetation and flow on arsenic and zinc removal efficiency and microbial diversity in constructed wetlands. Ecological Engineering 51, 95-103. (Impact factor: 3,041, puesto 42/141 Ecology, Q2; 13/46 Engineering, Enviromental, Q2; 47/216 Environmental Sciences, Q1)
ARROYO, P.; BLANCO, I.; CORTIJO, R.; DE LUIS CALABUIG, E.; ANSOLA, G. 2013. Twelve-Year Performance of a Constructed Wetland for Municipal Wastewater Treatment: Water Quality Improvement, Metal Distribution in Wastewater, Sediments, and Vegetation. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 224, 1762. (Impact factor: 1,685, puesto 106/216 Environmental Sciences, Q2; 40/76 Meteorology & Atmospheric Sciences, Q3; 31/86 Water Resources, Q2)
CALVO, L.; GARCÍA-DOMÍNGUEZ, C.; NARANJO, A.; ARÉVALO, J.R. 2013. Effects of light/darkness, thermal shocks and inhibitory components on germination of Pinus canariensis, Pinus halepensis and Pinus pineaEuropean Journal of Forest Research 132, 909-917. (Impact factor: 1,982, puesto 17/64 Forestry, Q2)
CALVO, L.; TORRES, O.; VALBUENA, L.; LUIS-CALABUIG, E. 2013. RECRUITMENT AND EARLY GROWTH OF PINUS PINASTER SEEDLINGS OVER FIVE YEARS AFTER A WILDFIRE IN NW SPAIN. FOREST SYSTEMS 22, 582-586. (IMPACT FACTOR: 0,620, PUESTO 45/64 FORESTRY, Q3)
GARCIA-TEJERO, S.; TABOADA, A.; TARREGA, R.; SALGADO, J.M. 2013. Land use changes and ground dwelling beetle conservation in extensive grazing dehesa systems of north-west Spain. Biological Conservation 161, 58-66. (Impact factor: 4,036, puesto 7/42 Biological Conservation, Q1; 27/141 Ecology, Q1; 20/216 Environmental Scineces, Q1)
GARCÍA-TEJERO, S.; TABOADA, A.; TÁRREGA, R.; SALGADO, J.M.; MARCOS, E. 2013. Differential responses of ecosystem components to a low-intensity fire in a Mediterranean forest: A three-year case study. Community Ecology 14, 110-120. (Impact factor: 1,200, puesto 99/141 Ecology, Q3)
MIGUÉLEZ, D.; MAZÉ, R.A.; ANSOLA, G.; VALLADARES, L.F. 2013. La comunidad de coleópteros y hemípteros acuáticos de un arroyo costero cantábrico (norte de España): composición, variación estacional e influencia de los factores ambientales. Limnetica 32, 47-60. (Impact factor: 0,776, puesto 18/20 Limnology, Q4; 80/103 Marine & Freshwater Biology, Q4)
MORÁN-ORDÓÑEZ, A.; BUGTER, R.; SUÁREZ-SEOANE, S.; LUIS-CALABUIG, E.; CALVO L. 2013. TEMPORAL CHANGES IN SOCIO-ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS AND THEIR IMPACT ON ECOSYSTEM SERVICES AT DIFFERENT GOVERNANCE SCALES: A CASE STUDY OF HEATHLANDS. ECOSYSTEMS 16, 765-782. (IMPACT FACTOR: 3,531, PUESTO 32/141 ECOLOGY, Q1)
QUINTANO, C.; FERNÁNDEZ-MANSO, A.; ROBERTS, D. 2013. Multiple Endmember Spectral Mixture Analysis (MESMA) to map burn severity levels from Landsat images in Mediterranean countries. Remote Sensing of Environment 136, 76–88. (Impact factor: 4,769, puesto 12/216 Environmental Sciences, Q1; 1/27 Remote Sensing, Q1; 1/23 Imaging Science & Photographic Technology, Q1)
TABOADA, A.; VON WEHRDEN, H.; ASSMANN, T. 2013. Integrating life stages into ecological niche models: a case study on tiger beetles. PLoS ONE 8 (7), e70038. (Impact factor: 3,534, puesto 8/55 Multidisciplinary Sciences, Q1)

2012

ENCINA, A.; VALBUENA, M.L.; ACEBES, J.L.; LIEUTIERC, F.; FERNANDEZ, M.M. 2012. Effect of water availability and fertilization on water status, growth, vigour and the resistance of Scots pine to fungal mass inoculation with Ophiostoma ips. Plant Biosystems 146, 384-393. (Impact factor: 1,912, puesto 68/197 Plant Sciences, Q2)
FERNÁNDEZ-MANSO, A.; QUINTANO, C.; ROBERTS, D. 2012. Evaluation of potential of multiple endmember spectral mixture analysis (MESMA) for surface coal mining affected area mapping in different world forest ecosystems. Remote Sensing of Environment 127, 181-193. (Impact factor: 5,103, puesto 9/210 Environmental Sciences, Q1; 1/27 Remote Sensing, Q1; 1/23 Imaging Science & Photographic Technology, Q1)
KAAL, J.; MARTÍNEZ-CORTIZAS, A.; REYES, O.; SOLIÑO, M. 2012. Molecular characterization of Ulex europaeus biochar obtained from laboratory heat treatment experiments- A pyrolysis-GC/MS study. Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis 95, 205- 212. (Impact factor: 2,560, puesto 27/75 Chemistry, Analytical, Q2; 12/43 Spectroscopy, Q2)
LOZANO, F.J.; SUÁREZ-SEOANE, S.; DE LUIS, E. 2012. Does fire regime affect both temporal patterns and drivers of vegetation recovery in a Mediterranean resilient landscape? A remote sensing approach at two observation levels. International Journal of Wildland Fire 21, 666-679. (Impact factor: 2,322, puesto 7/62 Forestry, Q1)
MORÁN-ORDÓÑEZ, A.; SUÁREZ-SEOANE, S.; ELITH, J.; CALVO, L.; LUIS-CALABUIG, E. 2012. satellite surface reflectance improves habitat distribution mapping: a case study on heath and shrub formations in the cantabrian mountains (nw spain)DIVERSITY AND DISTRIBUTIONS 18 (6), 588-602. (IMPACT FACTOR: 6,122, PUESTO 2/40 BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION, Q1; 11/136 ECOLOGY, Q1)
MUÑOZ, A.; GARCIA-DURO, J.; ALVAREZ, R.; PESQUEIRA, X.M.; REYES, O.; CASAL, M. 2012. structure and diversity of erica ciliaris and erica tetralix heathlands at different successional stages after cuttingJOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT 94, 34-40. (IMPACT FACTOR: 3,057, PUESTO 39/210 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES, Q1)
MUÑOZ, A.; PESQUEIRA, X.M.; GARCÍA-DURO, J.; ÁLVAREZ, R.; REYES, O.; CASAL, M. 2012 Conservation of Erica ciliaris and Erica tetralix communities: The role of land management and physical environment on the composition, species richness and presence of endemic taxa. Wetlands 32, 693-703. (Impact factor: 1,283, puesto 93/136 Ecology, Q3; 130/210 Environmental Sciences, Q3)
QUINTANO, C.; FERNÁNDEZ-MANSO, A.; SHIMABUKURO, Y.E.; PEREIRA, G. 2012. Spectral unmixing: a review. International Journal of Remote Sensing 33-17, 5307-5340. (Impact factor: 1,138, puesto 16/27 Remote Sensing, Q3; 10/23 Imaging Science & Photographic Technology, Q2)
TABOADA, A.; PÉREZ-AGUIRRE, C.; ASSMANN, T. 2012. A new method for collecting agile tiger beetles by live pitfall trapping. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 145, 82-87. (Impact factor: 1,669, puesto 25/87 Entomology, Q2)

2011

ÁLVAREZ-MARTÍNEZ, J.M.; SUÁREZ-SEOANE, S.; DE LUIS, E. 2011. Modelling the risk of land cover change from environmental and socio-economic drivers in heterogeneous and highly changing landscapes: the role of uncertainty. Landscape and Urban Planning 101, 108-119. (Impact factor: 2,173, puesto 61/134 Ecology, Q2; 17/44 Geography, Physical, Q2)
FERNÁNDEZ-MANSO, A.; QUINTANO, C.; FERNÁNDEZ-MANSO, O. 2011. Forecast of ndvi in conifer areas using temporal arima analysis and climatic data on a regional scaleINTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF REMOTE SENSING 32, 6, 1595-1617. (IMPACT FACTOR: 1,117, PUESTO 10/24 REMOTE SENSING, Q2; 6/21 IMAGING SCIENCE & PHOTOGRAPHIC TECHNOLOGY, Q2)
MORÁN-ORDÓÑEZ, A.; SUÁREZ-SEOANE, S.; CALVO, L.; LUIS-CALABUIG, E. 2011. Can predictive models be used as a spatially explicit support tool for managing cultural landscapes? APPLIED GEOGRAPHY 31, 839-848. (IMPACT FACTOR: 3,082, PUESTO 6/73 GEOGRAPHY, Q1)
PITRA, C.; SUÁREZ-SEOANE, S.; MARTÍN, C.A.; STREICH, W.J.; ALONSO, J.C. 2011. Linking habitat quality with genetic diversity: a lesson from great bustards in spainEUROPEAN JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE RESEARCH 57, 411-419. (IMPACT FACTOR: 1,306, PUESTO 93/134 ECOLOGY, Q3; 56/146 ZOOLOGY, Q2)
QUINTANO, C.; FERNÁNDEZ-MANSO, A.; STEIN, A.; BIJKER, W. 2011. Estimation of area burned by forest fires in Mediterranean countries: a remote sensing data mining perspective. Forest Ecology and Management 262, 1597-1607. (Impact factor: 2,487, puesto 4/59 Forestry, Q1)
RESCO, V.; FERREIRO, J.P.; CARREIRA, J.A.; CALVO, L.; CASALS, P.; FERRERO-SERRANO, A.; MARCOS, E.; MORENO, J.M.; RAMÍREZ, D.A.; SEBASTIÁ, M.T.; VALLADARES, F.; WILLIAMS, D.G. 2011. The stable isotope ecology of terrestrial plant succession. Plant Ecology and Diversity 4(2-3), 117-130. (Impact factor: 1,036, puesto 111/190 Plant Sciences, Q3)
TABOADA, A.; KOTZE, D.J.; SALGADO, J.M.; TÁRREGA, R. 2011. The value of semi-natural grassland for conservation of carabid beetles in long-term managed forested landscapes. Journal of Insect Conservation 15, 573-590. (Impact factor: 1,688, puesto 22/86 Entomology, Q2)
TÁRREGA, R.; CALVO, L.; TABOADA, A.; MARCOS, E.; MARCOS, J.A. 2011. Do mature pine plantations resemble deciduous natural forests regarding understory plant diversity and canopy structure in historically modified landscapes? European Journal of Forest Research 130, 949-957. (Impact factor: 1,982, puesto 7/59 Forestry, Q1)

2010

ÁLVAREZ-MARTÍNEZ, J.M.; STOORVOGEL, J.J.; SUÁREZ-SEOANE, S.; DE LUIS, E. 2010. Uncertainty analysis as a tool for refining land dynamics modelling on changing landscapes. A study case in a Spanish Natural Park. Landscape Ecology 25, 1385-1404. (Impact factor: 3,200, puesto 35/130 Ecology, Q2; 6/42 Geography, Physical, Q1; 17/167 Geosciences, Multidisciplinary, Q1)
ARROYO, P.; ANSOLA, G.; BLANCO, I.; MOLLEDA, P.; DE LUIS CALABUIG, E.; SÁENZ DE MIERA, L.E. 2010. Comparative analysis of the composition of bacterial communities from two constructed wetlands for municipal and swine wastewater treatment. Journal of Water and Health 8(1), 147-157. (Impact factor: 1,625, puesto 92/193 Environmental Sciences, Q2; 76/107 Microbiology, Q3)
ARROYO, P.; ANSOLA G.; DE LUIS CALABUIG, E. 2010. Effectiveness of a full-scale constructed wetland for the removal of metals from domestic wastewater. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 210, 473-481. (Impact factor: 1,765, puesto 83/193 Environmental Sciences, Q2; 31/68 Meteorology & Atmospheric Sciences, Q2; 19/76 Water Resources, Q1)
GARCÍA-DOMÍNGUEZ, C.; ARÉVALO, J.R.; CALVO, L. 2010. The short-term effects of prescribed litter invertebrates in a reforested canary pine forest stand. Forest Systems 19, 112-120. (Impact factor: 0,333, puesto 54/54 Forestry, Q4)
LOZANO, F.J.; SUÁREZ-SEOANE, S.; DE LUIS, E. 2010. Effects of wildfires on environmental variability: A comparative analysis using different spectral indices, patch metrics and thematic resolutions. Landscape Ecology 25, 697-710. (Impact factor: 3,200, puesto 35/130 Ecology, Q2; 6/42 Geography, Physical, Q1; 17/167 Geosciences, Multidisciplinary, Q1)
MARCOS, E.; CALVO, L.; MARCOS, J.A.; TABOADA, A.; TÁRREGA, R. 2010. Tree effects on the chemical topsoil features of oak, beech and pine forests. European Journal of Forest Research 129, 25-30. (Impact factor: 1,982, puesto 7/54 Forestry, Q1)
QUINTANO, C.; CUESTA, E. 2010. Improving satellite image classification by using fractional type convolution filtering. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 12, 298–301. (Impact factor: 1,557, puesto 5/23 Remote Sensing, Q1)
QUINTANO, C.; STEIN, A.; BIJKER, W.; FERNÁNDEZ-MANSO, A. 2010. Pattern validation for MODIS image mining of burned area objects. International Journal of Remote Sensing 31, 12, 3065-3087. (Impact factor: 1,188, puesto 9/23 Remote Sensing, Q2; 5/19 Imaging Science & Photographic Technology, Q2)
REY, J.M.; DE LA MONTAÑA, E.; PÉREZ, L.; DE LA CRUZ, M.; MORENO, D.; PAREJO, J.L.; SUÁREZ SEOANE, S.; GALVÁN, I. 2010. Short-term dynamics and spatial congruence of a nocturnal bird assemblage inhabiting a Mediterranean agricultural mosaic under contrasting weather conditions. Ardeola 57(2), 303-320. (Impact factor: 0,649, puesto 13/19 Ornithology, Q3)
TABOADA, A.; TÁRREGA, R.; CALVO, L.; MARCOS, E.; MARCOS, J.A.; SALGADO, J.M. 2010. Plant and carabid beetle species diversity in relation to forest type and structural heterogeneity. European Journal of Forest Research 129, 31-45. (Impact factor: 1,982, puesto 7/59 Forestry, Q1)

2009

ÁLVAREZ, R.; MUÑOZ, A.; PESQUEIRA, X.M.; GARCÍA-DURO, J.; REYES, O.; CASAL, M. 2009. Spatial and temporal patterns in structure and diversity of Mediterranean forest of Quercus pyrenaica in relation to fire. Forest Ecology and Management 257, 1596-1602. (Impact factor: 1,950, puesto 5/46 Forestry, Q1)
MARCOS, E.; VILLALÓN, C.; CALVO, L.; LUIS, E. 2009. Short-term effects of experimental burning on soil nutrients in the Cantabrian heathlands. Ecological Engineering 35, 820-828. (Impact factor: 2,745, puesto 42/129 Ecology, Q2; 8/42 Engineering, Environmental, Q1; 35/181 Environmental Sciences, Q1)
REYES, O.; TRABAUD, L. 2009. Germination behaviour of 14 Mediterranean species in relation to fire factors: smoke and heat. Plant Ecology 202, 113- 121. (Impact factor: 1,567, puesto 64/173 Plant Sciences, Q2; 68/129 Ecology, Q3; 10/46 Forestry, Q1)
REYES, O.; CASAL, M.; REGO, F.C. 2009. Resprouting ability of six Atlantic shrubs species. Folia Geobotanica 44, 19-29. (Impact factor: 1,320, puesto 81/173 Plant Sciences, Q2)
TÁRREGA, R.; CALVO, L.; TABOADA, A.; GARCIA-TEJERO, S.; MARCOS, E. 2009. Abandonment and management in Spanish dehesa systems: Effects on soil features and plant species richness and composition. Forest Ecology and Management 257, 731-738. (Impact factor: 1,950, puesto 5/46 Forestry, Q1)

2008

CALVO, L.; SANTALLA, S.; VALBUENA, L.; MARCOS, E.; TÁRREGA, R.; LUIS, E. 2008. Post-fire natural regeneration of Pinus pinaster forest in NW of Spain. Plant Ecology 197, 81-90. (Impact factor: 1,730, puesto 52/156 Plant Sciences, Q2; 58/124 Ecology, Q2; 6/39 Forestry, Q1)
CASADO, E.; SUÁREZ-SEOANE, S.; LAMELIN, J.; FERRER, M. 2008. The regulation of brood reduction through habitat heterogeneity. Ibis 150, 788-798. (Impact factor: 1,443, puesto 5/18 Ornithology, Q2)
CUESTA, D.; TABOADA, A.; CALVO, L.; SALGADO, J.M. 2008. Short- and medium-term effects of experimental nitrogen fertilization on arthropods associated with Calluna vulgaris heathlands in north-west Spain. Environmental Pollution 152, 394-402. (Impact factor: 3,135, puesto 22/163 Environmental Sciences, Q1)
LOZANO, F.J.; SUÁREZ-SEOANE, S.; DE LUIS, E. 2008. Multi-scale approach to ecosystem disturbances using satellite data. Modeling fire occurrence in a Mediterranean landscape. Remote Sensing of Environment 112, 708-719. (Impact factor: 3,943, puesto 10/163 Environmental Sciences, Q1; 1/15 Remote Sensing, Q1; 2/11 Imaging Science & Photographic Technology, Q1)    
MOLLEDA, P.; BLANCO, I.; ANSOLA, G.; DE LUIS, E. 2008. Removal of wastewater pathogen indicators in a constructed wetland in León, Spain. Ecological Engineering 33, 252-257. (Impact factor: 1,836, puesto 56/124 Ecology, Q2; 10/38 Engineering, Environmental, Q2; 64/163 Environmental Sciences, Q2)
NÚÑEZ, M.R.; CALVO, L.; PANDO, V.; BRAVO, F. 2008. Floristic changes induced by fire on Pinus sylvestris plantations in northwest of Spain. Forest Systems 17, 168-177. (Impact factor: 0,333, puesto 54/54 Forestry, Q4)
REYES, O.; CASAL, M. 2008. Regeneration models and plant regenerative types related to the intensity of FIRE in Atlantic shrubland and woodland species. Journal of Vegetation Science 19, 575-583. (Impact factor: 2,037, puesto 39/156 Plant Sciences, Q1; 51/124 Ecology, Q2; 5/39 Forestry, Q1)
SUÁREZ-SEOANE, S.; GARCÍA DE LA MORENA, E.; MORALES, M.B.; OSBORNE, P.E.; DE JUANA, E. 2008. Maximum entropy niche-based modelling of seasonal changes in little bustard distribution. Ecological Modelling 219, 17–29. (Impact factor: 2,176, puesto 48/124 Ecology, Q2)
TABOADA, A.; KOTZE, D.J.; TÁRREGA, R.; SALGADO, J.M. 2008. Carabids of differently aged reforested pinewoods and a natural pine forest in a historically modified landscape. Basic and Applied Ecology 9, 161-171. (Impact factor: 2,584, puesto 42/124 Ecology, Q2)

2007

ALVAREZ, R.; VALBUENA, L.; CALVO, L. 2007. Effect of fire on the germination, survival, and growth of three species of pine: Pinus pinasterPinus sylvestris and Pinus nigraInternational Journal of Wildland Fire 16, 63-70. (Impact factor: 1,695, puesto 4/39 Forestry, Q1)
CALVO, L.; ALONSO, I.; MARCOS, E.; LUIS-CALABUIG, E. 2007 Effects of cutting and atmospheric nitrogen deposition on biodiversity in Cantabrian heathlands. Applied Vegetation Science 10, 43-52. (Impact factor: 1,431, puesto 60/152 Plant Sciences, Q2; 60/116 Ecology, Q3; 9/39 Forestry, Q1)
GARCÍA, J.; SUÁREZ-SEOANE, S.; MIGUÉLEZ, D.; OSBORNE, P.E.; ZUMALACÁRREGUI, C. 2007. Spatial analysis of the habitat quality in a fragmented population of little bustard. Implications for conservation. Biological Conservation 137, 45-56. (Impact factor: 3,296, puesto 4/27 Biological Conservation, Q1; 21/116 Ecology, Q1; 13/160 Environmental Sciences, Q1)   
LOZANO, F.J.; SUAREZ-SEOANE, S.; LUIS CALABUIG, E. 2007 Assessment of several spectral indices derived from multi-temporal Landsat data for fire occurrence probability modelling. Remote Sensing of Environment 107, 533-544. (Impact factor: 3,013, puesto 17/160 Environmental Sciences, Q1; 1/14 Remote Sensing, Q1; 2/11 Imaging Science & Photographic Technology, Q1)      
MARCOS, E.; TARREGA, R.; LUIS, E. 2007. Changes in a HUMIC Cambisol heated (100-500ºC) under laboratory conditions: The significance of heating time. Geoderma 138, 237-243. (Impact factor: 1,898, puesto 5/30 Soil Scinece, Q1)
MARCOS, J.A.; MARCOS, E.; TABOADA, A.; TÁRREGA, R. 2007. Comparison of community structure and soil characteristics in different aged Pinus sylvestris plantations and a natural pine forest. Forest Ecology and Management 247, 35-42. (Impact factor: 1,579, puesto 6/39 Forestry, Q1)
OSBORNE, P.E.; SUÁREZ-SEOANE, S. 2007. Identifying core areas in a species’ range using temporal suitability analysis. Biodiversity and Conservation 16, 3505–3518. (Impact factor: 1,421, puesto 13/27 Biodiversity Conservation, Q2; 61/116 Ecology, Q3; 71/160 Environmental Sciences, Q2)
OSBORNE, P.E.; FOODY, G.M.; SUÁREZ-SEOANE, S. 2007. Non-stationarity and local approaches to modelling the distributions of wildlife. Diversity and Distributions 13, 313-323. (Impact factor: 2,965, puesto 7/27 Biodiversity Conservation, Q2; 29/116 Ecology, Q1)
OSBORNE, P.E.; SUÁREZ-SEOANE, S.; ALONSO, J.C.  2007. Behavioural mechanisms that undermine species envelope models: the causes of patchiness in the distribution of great bustards Otis tarda L. in Spain. Ecography 6, 819-829. (Impact factor: 3,066, puesto 6/27 Biodiversity, Q1; 25/116 Ecology, Q1)