Jump to Main Content
- Chávez, Daniel; Machuca, Ángela; Fuentes-Ramirez, Andrés; Fernandez, Natalia; Cornejo, Pablo
- Forest ecology and management 2020 v.458 pp. 117806
- Araucaria araucana, etc ; acid phosphatase; beta-glucosidase; conifers; conservation areas; conservation status; deforestation; enzyme activity; fire history; forest fires; fungi; indigenous species; old-growth forests; plantlets; rhizosphere; risk; roots; soil properties; vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizae; Andes region; Chile; Show all 21 Subjects
- ... Araucaria araucana is a long-lived native conifer from the sub-Antarctic Andean forests of South America. Currently, the species is classified as endangered due to fragmentation, deforestation and increasing fire events affecting southern Chile. Although fire is a key factor shaping the dynamics of A. araucana forests, the impact of fire on the chemical and microbiological soil properties remains ...
- Rodríguez-López, Juan Pedro; Peyrot, Daniel; Barrón, Eduardo
- Earth-science reviews 2020 v.201 pp. 103075
- Araucaria araucana, etc ; Angiospermae; Cretaceous period; Cupressaceae; Holocene epoch; basins; carbonates; coasts; conifers; deserts; dry environmental conditions; ecosystems; eolian sands; ferns and fern allies; flora; freshwater; geometry; highlands; marshes; mountains; palaeogeography; topography; woodlands; Eritrea; Iberian Peninsula; Oman; Show all 26 Subjects
- ... Desert coasts in plate margins contain one of the most variable sedimentary records in terms of facies and stacking patterns. Reliefs in these basins together with massif palaeogeography and palaeotopography strongly control the spatial distribution of facies belts and complex lateral facies changes between very different coeval sub-environments, leading to mixtures of sedimentary particles with v ...