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Baldantoni, D., De Nicola F., & Alfani A. (2014).  Air biomonitoring of heavy metals and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons near a cement plant. ATMOSPHERIC POLLUTION RESEARCH. 5(2), 262 - 269.
Carpintero, E., Jurado M., & Prades C. (2014).  Application of a kiln drying technique to Quercus suber L. cork planks. Food and Bioproducts Processing.
Carevic, F. S., Alejano R., FERNÁNDEZ MANUEL., & Martín D. (2014).  Assessment and Comparison of the Visual Survey Method for Estimating Acorn Production in Holm Oak (Quercus ilex ssp. ballota) Open Woodland of Southwestern Spain. Arid Land Research and Management. 28(1), 102 - 108.
Arena, C., De Maio A., De Nicola F., Santorufo L., Vitale L., & Maisto G. (2014).  Assessment of Eco-Physiological Performance of Quercus ilex L. Leaves in Urban Area by an Integrated Approach. WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION. 225(1), 
Fernández, J. M., M. Nieto A., López-de-Sá E. G., Gascó G., Méndez A., & Plaza C. (2014).  Carbon dioxide emissions from semi-arid soils amended with biochar alone or combined with mineral and organic fertilizers.. The Science of the total environment. 482-483C, 1 - 7.
Bussotti, F., Ferrini F., Pollastrini M., & Fini A. (2014).  The challenge of Mediterranean sclerophyllous vegetation under climate change: From acclimation to adaptation. Environmental and Experimental Botany. 103, 80 - 98.
Andres-Alpuente, A., Sanchez S., Martin M., Aguirre A. Javier, & Barriuso J. J. (2014).  Comparative analysis of different methods for evaluating quality of Quercus ilex seedlings inoculated with Tuber melanosporum. MYCORRHIZA. 24(1), S29 - S37.
Bagella, S., Filigheddu R., Caria M. Carmela, Girlanda M., & Roggero P. Paolo (2014).  Contrasting land uses in Mediterranean agro-silvo-pastoral systems generated patchy diversity patterns of vascular plants and below-ground microorganisms.. Comptes rendus biologies. 337(12), 717 - 24.
Besson, C. Kurz, Lobo-do-Vale R., Rodrigues M. Lucília, Almeida P., Herd A., Grant O. Mary, et al. (2014).  Cork oak physiological responses to manipulated water availability in a Mediterranean woodland. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 184, 230 - 242.
Costa, a., Madeira M., J. Lima S., A M. M. Costa, & J S. Lima (2014).  Is cork oak (Quercus suber L.) woodland loss driven by eucalyptus plantation? A case-study in southwestern Portugal. iForest - Biogeosciences and Forestry. 7(3), 193 - 203.
Costa, A., Madeira M., & Plieninger T. (2014).  Cork oak woodlands patchiness: A signature of imminent deforestation?. Applied Geography. 54, 18 - 26.
de la Cruz, A. C., Gil P. M., Fernández-Cancio Á., Minaya M., Navarro-Cerrillo R. M., Sánchez-salguero R., et al. (2014).  Defoliation triggered by climate induced effects in Spanish ICP Forests monitoring plots. Forest Ecology and Management. 331, 245 - 255.
Caldeira, M. C., Ibáñez I., Nogueira C., Bugalho M. N., Lecomte X., Moreira A., et al. (2014).  Direct and indirect effects of tree canopy facilitation in the recruitment of Mediterranean oaks. Journal of Applied Ecology. n/a - n/a.
Dias, F. S., Bugalho M. N., Rodríguez-González P. M., Albuquerque A., & J. Cerdeira O. (2014).  Effects of forest certification on the ecological condition of Mediterranean streams. (Strecker, A., Ed.).Journal of Applied Ecology. n/a - n/a.
Reboredo, F., & Pais J. (2014).  Evolution of forest cover in Portugal: A review of the 12th-20th centuries. JOURNAL OF FORESTRY RESEARCH. 25(2), 249 - 256.
Fürstenau, B., Quero C., Riba J. Ma, Rosell G., & Guerrero A. (2014).  Field trapping of the flathead oak borer Coroebus undatus (Coleoptera: Buprestidae) with different traps and volatile lures. Insect Science. n/a - n/a.
Costa, A., Madeira M., Santos J. Lima, Plieninger T., & Seixas J. (2014).  Fragmentation patterns of evergreen oak woodlands in Southwestern Iberia: Identifying key spatial indicators. Journal of Environmental Management. 133, 18 - 26.
Bussotti, F., Pollastrini M., Holland V., & Brüggemann W. (2014).  Functional traits and adaptive capacity of European forests to climate change. Environmental and Experimental Botany. 111, 91 - 113.
Fernandes, E. M., Aroso I. M., Mano J. F., Covas J. A., & Reis R. L. (2014).  Functionalized cork-polymer composites (CPC) by reactive extrusion using suberin and lignin from cork as coupling agents. Composites Part B: Engineering.
Tsonev, T., Wahbi S., Sun P., Sorrentino G., & Centritto M. (2014).  Gas Exchange, Water Relations and their Relationships with Photochemical Reflectance Index in Quercus ilex Plants during Water Stress and Recovery. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURE AND BIOLOGY. 16(2), 335 - 341.
Ezzine, O., Hausmann A., Branco M., Mannai Y., Dhahri S., Nouira S., et al. (2014).  Genetic patterns, host use and larval morphology in Tunisian populations of Orgyia trigotephras. BULLETIN OF INSECTOLOGY. 67(1), 73 - 79.
De Jong, S. M., Addink E. A., & Doelman J. C. (2014).  International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation Detecting leaf-water content in Mediterranean trees using high-resolution spectrometry. International Journal of Applied Earth Observations and Geoinformation. 27, 128 - 136.
Galli, L., Capurro M., Menta C., & Rellini I. (2014).  Is the QBS-ar index a good tool to detect the soil quality in Mediterranean areas? A cork tree Quercus suber L. (Fagaceae) wood as a case of study. Italian Journal of Zoology. 81(1), 1 - 10.
Fernandez-Puratich, H., & Oliver-Villanueva J. Vicente (2014).  Quantification of biomass and energetic value of young natural regenerated stands of Quercus ilex under Mediterranean conditions. BOSQUE. 35(1), 65 - 74.
Aranbarri, J., González-Sampériz P., Valero-Garcés B., Moreno A., Gil-Romera G., Sevilla-Callejo M., et al. (2014).  Rapid climatic changes and resilient vegetation during the Lateglacial and Holocene in a continental region of south-western Europe. Global and Planetary Change. 114, 50 - 65.
Pasqualetti, M., Mulas B., Rambelli A., & Tempesta S. (2014).  Saprotrophic litter fungi in a Mediterranean ecosystem: Behaviour on different substrata. Plant Biosystems - An International Journal Dealing with all Aspects of Plant Biology. 0 - 1.