Publications by the researcher in collaboration with Gabriel Sangüesa Barreda (68)


  1. Drops in needle production are early-warning signals of drought-triggered dieback in Scots pine

    Trees - Structure and Function, Vol. 37, Núm. 4, pp. 1137-1151


  1. Differences in temperature sensitivity and drought recovery between natural stands and plantations of conifers are species-specific

    Science of the Total Environment, Vol. 796

  2. Drought, axe and goats. More variable and synchronized growth forecasts worsening dieback in Moroccan Atlas cedar forests

    Science of the Total Environment, Vol. 765

  3. Dwarf mistletoe and drought contribute to growth decline, dieback and mortality of junipers

    Forests, Vol. 12, Núm. 9

  4. Global fading of the temperature–growth coupling at alpine and polar treelines

    Global Change Biology, Vol. 27, Núm. 9, pp. 1879-1889

  5. Growing faster, longer or both? Modelling plastic response of Juniperus communis growth phenology to climate change

    Global Ecology and Biogeography, Vol. 30, Núm. 11, pp. 2229-2244

  6. Historical fires induced deforestation in relict scots pine forests during the late 19th century

    Fire, Vol. 4, Núm. 2

  7. Impacts of recurrent dry and wet years alter long-term tree growth trajectories

    Journal of Ecology, Vol. 109, Núm. 3, pp. 1561-1574

  8. Reproductive phenology determines the linkages between radial growth, fruit production and climate in four Mediterranean tree species

    Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, Vol. 307

  9. Tree growth is more limited by drought in rear-edge forests most of the times

    Forest Ecosystems, Vol. 8, Núm. 1

  10. Tree-ring density and carbon isotope composition are early-warning signals of drought-induced mortality in the drought tolerant Canary Island pine

    Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, Vol. 310