Publications in collaboration with researchers from Universitat d'Alacant (48)


  1. Climate change impacts on plant pathogens, food security and paths forward

    Nature Reviews Microbiology, Vol. 21, Núm. 10, pp. 640-656

  2. Connecting the multiple dimensions of global soil fungal diversity

    Science advances, Vol. 9, Núm. 48, pp. eadj8016

  3. Erratum: Publisher Correction: Soil contamination in nearby natural areas mirrors that in urban greenspaces worldwide (Nature communications (2023) 14 1 (1706))

    Nature communications

  4. Increasing the number of stressors reduces soil ecosystem services worldwide

    Nature Climate Change, Vol. 13, Núm. 5, pp. 478-483

  5. On the relative importance of resource availability and habitat connectivity as drivers of soil biodiversity in Mediterranean ecosystems

    Journal of Ecology, Vol. 111, Núm. 7, pp. 1455-1467

  6. Soil contamination in nearby natural areas mirrors that in urban greenspaces worldwide

    Nature communications, Vol. 14, Núm. 1, pp. 1706

  7. Soils in warmer and less developed countries have less micronutrients globally

    Global Change Biology, Vol. 29, Núm. 2, pp. 522-532

  8. Symbiotic status alters fungal eco-evolutionary offspring trajectories

    Ecology Letters, Vol. 26, Núm. 9, pp. 1523-1534

  9. The global biogeography and environmental drivers of fairy circles

    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Vol. 120, Núm. 40

  10. The global contribution of soil mosses to ecosystem services

    Nature Geoscience, Vol. 16, Núm. 5, pp. 430-438

  11. The soil microbiome governs the response of microbial respiration to warming across the globe

    Nature Climate Change, Vol. 13, Núm. 12, pp. 1382-1387

  12. UV index and climate seasonality explain fungal community turnover in global drylands

    Global Ecology and Biogeography, Vol. 32, Núm. 1, pp. 132-144

  13. Water availability creates global thresholds in multidimensional soil biodiversity and functions

    Nature Ecology and Evolution, Vol. 7, Núm. 7, pp. 1002-1011


  1. Climate legacies drive the distribution and future restoration potential of dryland forests

    Nature Plants, Vol. 8, Núm. 8, pp. 879-886

  2. Ecological clusters of soil taxa within bipartite networks are highly sensitive to climatic conditions in global drylands

    Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences, Vol. 377, Núm. 1857, pp. 20210387

  3. Effects of vegetation on soil cyanobacterial communities through time and space

    New Phytologist, Vol. 234, Núm. 2, pp. 435-448

  4. Fungi drive soil multifunctionality in the coastal salt marsh ecosystem

    Science of the Total Environment, Vol. 818