Referencias Nº3

Referencias Nº3 Junio 2021

Pág 6 – Ingeniería para preservar los glaciares


Rico, I., Izagirre, E., Serrano, E., & López-Moreno, J. I. (2017). Superficie glaciar actual en los Pirineos: Una actualización para 2016. Pirineos, 172, e029. https://doi.org/10.3989/Pirineos.2017.172004.

LÓPEZ-MORENO, J., ALONSO-GONZÁLEZ, E., MONSERRAT, O., DEL RÍO, L., OTERO, J., LAPAZARAN, J., . . . REVUELTO, J. (2019). Ground-based remote-sensing techniques for diagnosis of the current state and recent evolution of the Monte Perdido Glacier, Spanish Pyrenees. Journal of Glaciology, 65(249), 85-100. doi:10.1017/jog.2018.96

Pág 21 – Incendios por rayo en Guadalajara, España. ¿Una gestión alternativa?


Acebrón M.L. 2017. Tipificación de los incendios forestales en la provincia de Guadalajara (Castilla-La Mancha). Foresta 67: 32-39.
Calderón D. 2016. Modelización de la ocurrencia de incendios forestales causados por rayos en Castilla-La Mancha. TFM (MasterFuego).
Domènech R., Piqué M., Larrañaga A., Beltrán M. y Castellnou M. 2018. El papel del fuego en la conservación del hábitat de los bosques de pino laricio (Pinus nigra Arn.). Publicación: Life Pinassa. Edita: Centre de Ciència i Tecnologia Forestal de Catalunya (CTFC) y Bombers de la Generalitat de Catalunya.
Espinosa J., Rodríguez de Rivera O., Madrigal J., Guijarro M. y Hernando C. 2020. Use of Bayesian modelling to determine the effects of meteorological conditions, prescribed burn season, and tree characteristics on litterfall of Pinus nigra and Pinus pinaster stands. Forests 11(9): 1006.
Fulé P., Ribas M., Gutiérrez E., Vallejo R. & Kaye M. 2008. Forest structure and fire history in an old Pinus nigra forest, eastern Spain. Forest Ecology and Management 255: 1234-1242.
Gómez Cantero J., Rodríguez-Torres A., Bustillo Holgado E. y Rodríguez Bustamante P. (Coord.). 2018. Estudio sobre Efectos Constatados y Percepción del Cambio Climático en el Medio Rural de Castilla-La Mancha. Propuestas de Medidas de Adaptación. Junta de Comunidades de Catilla-La Mancha.
JCCM. 2020. FIDIAS Sistema de Información de Incendios Forestales. http://agricultura.jccm.es/fidias08/consulta/forms/fidif001.php. @Plan_INFOCAM.
Keeley J., Bond W., Bradstock R., Pausas J. & Rundel P. 2012. Fire in Mediterranean Ecosystems; Ecology, Evolution and Management. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
Myers R. 2006. Convivir con el Fuego – Manteniendo los ecosistemas y los medios de subsistencia mediante el Manejo Integral del Fuego. The Nature Conservancy, Arlington.
Núñez Mora, J.A. Riesco Martín, J. y Mora García, M.A. 2019. Climatología de descargas eléctricas y días de tormenta en España. AEMET.
Pacheco Angulo, C. E., Aguado Suárez, I. y Nieto Solana, H. 2009. “Análisis de ocurrencia de incendios forestales causados por rayo en la España peninsular”, GeoFocus (Artículos), nº 9, p. 232-249.
Pausas, J. 2012. Incendios Forestales. CSIC.
Pausas, J. & Bond, W.J. 2020. On the Three Major Recycling Pathways in Terrestrial Ecosystems. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 35/19: 767-775.
Palau J. 2020. Rewilding Iberia. Lynx Ediciones, Barcelona.
Ramírez, J. Monedero, S. & Buckley, D. 2011. New approaches in fire simulations analysis with Wildfire Analyst. The 5TH International Fire Conference. Sun City, South Africa.
Scott, J. & Burgan, R. 2005. Standard fire behavior fuel models: a comprehensive set for use with Rothermel’s surface fire spread model. Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-153. U.S. Department of agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. Fort Collins, CO.
SIAR. 2019. Servicio de Información Agroclimática para el Regadío. MAPA.
Tecnosylva y Fora. 2016. Clasificación de modelos de combustible: Memoria metodológica. Para Geacam y JCCM, NP.

Pág 24 – Diseño de áreas de protección para viviendas según umbrales de calor

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Pág 27 – Inflamabilidad de especies chaqueñas, Argentina


Argañaraz, J. P., Landi, M. A., Bravo, S., Gavier-Pizarro, G., Scavuzzo, C. M., y Bellis, L. M. (2016). Estimation of Live Fuel Moisture Content from MODIS Images for Fire Danger Assessment in Southern Gran Chaco.IEEE Journal of SelectedTopics in AppliedEarthObservations and RemoteSensing, 9(12), 5339–5349.
Bravo, S., Kunst, C., Grau, R., &Aráoz, E. (2010). Fire and rainfall relationships in Argentine Chaco savannas. Journal of AridEnvironments, 74(10), 1319–1323. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jaridenv.2010.04.010
Bravo, S., Bogino, S., Leiva, M., Cendoya, M. A., Kunst, C., &Biurrun, F. (2021). Wood anatomy, fire wounds and dendrochronological potential of Prosopispugionata Burkart (Fabaceae) in arid Argentine Chaco. IAWA Journal, 37(1), 1–10. https://doi.org/10.1163/22941932-bja10056
Jaureguiberry, P., Bertone, G., y Díaz, S. (2011).Device for the standard measurement ofshoot flammability in the field. Austral Ecology, 36(7), 821–829. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1442-9993.2010.02222
Kunst, C., Ledesma, R., Bravo, S., Defosse, G., Godoy, J., y Navarrete, V. (2012).Comportamiento del fuego en un pastizal del sitio ecológico media loma, región chaqueña occidental (Argentina). Revista de InvestigacionesAgropecuarias, 38(1), 70–77.
Landi, M. A., Di Bella, C. M., Bravo, S. J., &Bellis, L. M. (2020). Structural resistance andfunctional resilience of the Chaco forest to wildland fires: an approach with MODIS time series. Austral Ecology, September. https://doi.org/10.1111/aec.12977
Madrigal, J.; Hernando C., Guijarro M., Díez C., Marino E., De Castro A.J. (2009). Evaluation of Forest Fuel Flammability and Combustion Properties with an Adapted Mass Loss Calorimeter Device”. Journal of Fire Sciences 27 (4): 323-342.
Pérez-Harguindeguy et al. 2013: Pérez-Harguindeguy, N., Diaz, S., Garnier, E., Lavorel, S., Poorter, H., Jaureguiberry, P., …Cornelissen, J. H. C. (2013). New Handbook for standardized measurement of plantfunctional traits worldwide. Australian Journal of Botany, 61(34), 167–234. https://doi.org/http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/BT12225
Santacruz-García, A.C.; Bravo, S.; del Corro, F.; Ojeda, F. (2019).A comparative assessment of plant flammability through a functional approach: The case of woody species from Argentine Chaco region. Austral. Ecol. 44, 1416–1429.

Pág 58 – La fuente de la eterna juventud


Carta de Juan Ponce de León, Puerto Rico el 15 de febrero de 1521. Portal de archivos españoles en red (PARES).
¿Qué sabemos de incendios forestales? Juli G. Pausas. CSIC.
Distribution of Longleaf pine in the Southeastern United States and its association with climatic conditions. Zhen Sui, Zhaofei Fan, Michael K. Crosby, and Xingang Fan.
Field Guide to the Disney Wilderness Preserve. An Introduction to Familiar Plants & Animals. Mindick/Kavanagh/Leung. The Nature Conservancy.
Ecological Effects of Prescribed Fire Season: A Literature Review and Synthesis for Managers. Eric E. Knapp, Becky L. Estes, and Carl N. Skinner. USDA, 2009.
Prescribed Fire in the Southern Ecosystems. USDA, 2012.
Longleaf, Far as the eye can see. A New Vision of North America’s Richest Forest Bill Finch, Beth Maynor Young, Rhett Johnson, & John C. Hall.
Longleaf Pine-Dependent Industries,” by Richard Porcher, The Citadel, Charleston, S.C., 1985.
Fire regimes in subtropical South Florida. James R. Snyder
Noss, R.F.; LaRoe, E.T.; Scott, J.M. 1995. Endangered ecosystems of the United States: a preliminary assessment of loss and degradation.