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Mediterranean forest


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Mediterranean forest

Mediterranean forest

Mediterranean forest

Mediterranean forest

Species-specific drought effects on flower and fruit production in a Mediterranean holm oak forest

Local climatic conditions constrain soil yeast diversity patterns in Mediterranean forests, woodlands and scrub biome

A montane Mediterranean climate supports year-round photosynthesis and high forest biomass

Fine roots dynamics in a Mediterranean forest: effects of drought and stem density

Effect of environmental variables and stand structure on ecosystem respiration components in a Mediterranean beech forest

Seasonal variability of foliar photosynthetic and morphological traits and drought impacts in a Mediterranean mixed forest

Distribution patterns of forest species along an Atlantic-Mediterranean environmental gradient: an approach from forest inventory data

Assessing forest structure and function from spectral transmittance measurements: a case study in a Mediterranean holm oak forest

Influence of exotic forest plantations on occupancy and co-occurrence patterns in a Mediterranean carnivore guild

Facilitation Among Saproxylic Insects Inhabiting Tree Hollows in a Mediterranean Forest: The Case of Cetonids (Coleoptera: Cetoniidae) and Syrphids (Diptera: Syrphidae)

Inferring drought and heat sensitivity across a Mediterranean forest region in southwest Western Australia: a comparison of approaches

Structure of old-growth and managed stands and growth of old trees in a Mediterranean Pinus nigra forest in southern Spain

Use of low point density ALS data to estimate stand-level structural variables in Mediterranean Aleppo pine forest

Summer drought impedes beech seedling performance more in a sub-Mediterranean forest understory than in small gaps

Determinants of drought effects on crown condition and their relationship with depletion of carbon reserves in a Mediterranean holm oak forest

 

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The climatic climax of most of the Mediterranean basin, now virtually destroyed and over vast areas replaced by garrigue and maquis. The trees were evergreen, both conifers and broad-leaved hardwoods. They were probably mixed, but there may well have been segregations of the two types.

Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry — Ecology and Conservation.


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