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A review of the combination among global change factors in forests, shrublands and pastures of the Mediterranean Region: Beyond drought effects

Doblas-Miranda, E., Alonso, R., Arnan, X., Bermejo, V., Brotons, L., de las Heras, J., Estiarte, M., Hódar, J.A., Llorens, P., Lloret, F., López-Serrano, F.R., Martínez-Vilalta, J., Moya, D., Peñuelas, J., Pino, J., Rodrigo, A., Roura-Pascual, N., Valladares, F., Vilà, M., Zamora, R., Retana, J. (2017) A review of the combination among global change factors in forests, shrublands and pastures of the Mediterranean Region: Beyond drought effects. Global and Planetary Change. 148: 42-54.
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Doi: 10.1016/j.gloplacha.2016.11.012

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The fate of recently fixed carbon after drought release: Towards unravelling C storage regulation in Tilia platyphyllos and Pinus sylvestris

Galiano, L., Timofeeva, G., Saurer, M., Siegwolf, R., Martínez-Vilalta, J., Hommel, R., Gessler, A. (2017) The fate of recently fixed carbon after drought release: Towards unravelling C storage regulation in Tilia platyphyllos and Pinus sylvestris. Plant Cell and Environment. : 0-0.
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Doi: 10.1111/pce.12972

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Tree mortality across biomes is promoted by drought intensity, lower wood density and higher specific leaf area

Greenwood, S., Ruiz-Benito, P., Martínez-Vilalta, J., Lloret, F., Kitzberger, T., Allen, C.D., Fensham, R., Laughlin, D.C., Kattge, J., Bönisch, G., Kraft, N.J.B., Jump, A.S. (2017) Tree mortality across biomes is promoted by drought intensity, lower wood density and higher specific leaf area. Ecology Letters. 20: 539-553.
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Doi: 10.1111/ele.12748

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Structural overshoot of tree growth with climate variability and the global spectrum of drought-induced forest dieback

Jump, A.S., Ruiz-Benito, P., Greenwood, S., Allen, C.D., Kitzberger, T., Fensham, R., Martínez-Vilalta, J., Lloret, F. (2017) Structural overshoot of tree growth with climate variability and the global spectrum of drought-induced forest dieback. Global Change Biology. : 0-0.
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Doi: 10.1111/gcb.13636

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Climate- and successional-related changes in functional composition of European forests are strongly driven by tree mortality

Ruiz-Benito, P., Ratcliffe, S., Zavala, M.A., Martínez-Vilalta, J., Vilà-Cabrera, A., Lloret, F., Madrigal-González, J., Wirth, C., Greenwood, S., Kändler, G., Lehtonen, A., Kattge, J., Dahlgren, J., Jump, A.S. (2017) Climate- and successional-related changes in functional composition of European forests are strongly driven by tree mortality. Global Change Biology. : 0-0.
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Doi: 10.1111/gcb.13728

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When a Tree Dies in the Forest: Scaling Climate-Driven Tree Mortality to Ecosystem Water and Carbon Fluxes

Anderegg, W.R.L., Martinez-Vilalta, J., Cailleret, M., Camarero, J.J., Ewers, B.E., Galbraith, D., Gessler, A., Grote, R., Huang, C.-Y., Levick, S.R., Powell, T.L., Rowland, L., Sánchez-Salguero, R., Trotsiuk, V. (2016) When a Tree Dies in the Forest: Scaling Climate-Driven Tree Mortality to Ecosystem Water and Carbon Fluxes. Ecosystems. 19: 1133-1147.
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Doi: 10.1007/s10021-016-9982-1

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Self-thinning in four pine species: an evaluation of potential climate impacts

Brunet-Navarro, P., Sterck, F.J., Vayreda, J., Martinez-Vilalta, J., Mohren, G.M.J. (2016) Self-thinning in four pine species: an evaluation of potential climate impacts. Annals of Forest Science. 73: 1025-1034.
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Doi: 10.1007/s13595-016-0585-y

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Towards a common methodology for developing logistic tree mortality models based on ring-width data

Cailleret, M., Igler, C.I.B., Mann, H.B., Camarero, J.J., Cufar, K., Davi, H., Mészáros, I., Inunno, F.M., Peltoniemi, M., Robert, E.M.R., Suarez, M.L., Tognett, R.I., Martínez-Vilalta, J. (2016) Towards a common methodology for developing logistic tree mortality models based on ring-width data. Ecological Applications. 26: 1827-1841.
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Doi: 10.1890/15-1402.1

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A synthesis of radial growth patterns preceding tree mortality

Cailleret, M., Jansen, S., Robert, E.M.R., Desoto, L., Aakala, T., Antos, J.A., Beikircher, B., Bigler, C., Bugmann, H., Caccianiga, M., Čada, V., Camarero, J.J., Cherubini, P., Cochard, H., Coyea, M.R., Čufar, K., Das, A.J., Davi, H., Delzon, S., Dorman, M., Gea-Izquierdo, G., Gillner, S., Haavik, L.J., Hartmann, H., Hereş, A.-M., Hultine, K.R., Janda, P., Kane, J.M., Kharuk, V.I., Kitzberger, T., Klein, T., Kramer, K., Lens, F., Levanic, T., Linares Calderon, J.C., Lloret, F., Lobo-Do-Vale, R., Lombardi, F., López Rodríguez, R., Mäkinen, H., Mayr, S., Mészáros, I., Metsaranta, J.M., Minunno, F., Oberhuber, W., Papadopoulos, A., Peltoniemi, M., Petritan, A.M., Rohner, B., Sangüesa-Barreda, G., Sarris, D., Smith, J.M., Stan, A.B., Sterck, F., Stojanović, D.B., Suarez, M.L., Svoboda, M., Tognetti, R., Torres-Ruiz, J.M., Trotsiuk, V., Villalba, R., Vodde, F., Westwood, A.R., Wyckoff, P.H., Zafirov, N., Martínez-Vilalta, J. (2016) A synthesis of radial growth patterns preceding tree mortality. Global Change Biology. : 0-0.
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Doi: 10.1111/gcb.13535

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Specific leaf area and hydraulic traits explain niche segregation along an aridity gradient in Mediterranean woody species

Costa-Saura J.M., Martínez-Vilalta J., Trabucco A., Spano D., Mereu S. (2016) Specific leaf area and hydraulic traits explain niche segregation along an aridity gradient in Mediterranean woody species. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics. 21: 23-30.
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Doi: 10.1016/j.ppees.2016.05.001

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Despite growing evidence of changes in plant functional traits (FT) along environmental gradients, the way they shape species niches (i.e. how they alternatively influence the limits, width and environmental optimums of species niche) remains only partially understood. Thus, Species Distribution Models were developed and evaluated using distribution data from the Spanish Forest Inventory for 21of the most common Mediterranean woody species, and used to derive different environmental characteristics of species niche, which were then correlated against species-specific values of 14 FT and combinations of relatively orthogonal FT. Species leaf traits, and in particular Specific Leaf Area (SLA), were highly correlated with species niche characteristics regarding aridity (especially with the more arid limit). Hydraulic traits, i.e. the water potential at which a species loses 50% of xylem hydraulic conductivity due to cavitation (PLC50), and species hydraulic safety margins (SM), were better correlated with species aridity niche optimums. Overall, the best model fits, particularly regarding species' optimum and maximum aridity limit, were obtained when SLA and hydraulic traits (either PLC50 or SM) were used in combination. The study shows how in the Mediterranean region a single trait may be able to explain broad differences in species distributions, but also that the coordination of relatively independent traits achieves a more accurate representation of their environmental limits, particularly at the dry end of the species' range. The approach used in this study relies on the physiological limits of a species and, to a certain extent, on the mechanisms behind them, adding robustness and accuracy to predict species distribution and mortality under climate change scenarios. © 2016 Elsevier GmbH.

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