Rodrigo A, Avila A (2002) Dry deposition to the forest canopy and surrogate surfaces in two Mediterranean holm oak forests in Montseny (NE Spain). Water, Air and Soil Pollution 136:269-288.
Avila A, Rodrigo A, Rodà F (2002) Nitrogen circulation in a Mediterranean holm oak forest, La Castanya, Montseny, northeastern Spain. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 6:551-557.
Espelta JM, Rodrigo A, Habrouk A, Meghelli N, Ordóñez JL, Retana J (2002) Land use changes, natural regeneration patterns, and restoration practices after a large wildfire in NE Spain: Challenges for fire ecology and landscape restoration In Trabaud L, Prodon R (eds) Fire and Biological Processes. Backhuys Publishers, Leiden, pp. 315-324.
Riba M, Rodrigo A, Colas B, Retana J (2002) Fire and species range in Mediterranean landscapes: an experimental comparison of seed and seedling performance among Centaurea taxa. Journal of Biogeography 29:135-146
Rodà F., Avila A., Rodrigo A. (2002) Nitrogen deposition in Mediterranean forests. Environmental Pollution. 118: 205-213.LinkDoi: 10.1016/S0269-7491(01)00313-X
Atmospheric deposition of inorganic nitrogen was studied at two forested sites in the Montseny mountains (northeast Spain), peripheral to the Barcelona conurbation, and at a nearby lowland town, using bulk deposition, wet-only deposition, throughfall, and dry deposition inferred from branch-washes and surrogate surfaces (metacrylate plates). Bulk deposition inputs of ammonium and nitrate did not show significant temporal trends over a 16-year period. Bulk inputs of inorganic N were moderate, ranging from 6 to 10 kg N ha-1 year-1 depending on the time period considered and the degree of site exposure to polluted air masses from the Barcelona conurbation. Large dry-sedimented particles played a minor role, since wet-only inputs were virtually identical to bulk inputs. On the contrary, branch- and plate-washes indicated substantial dry inputs of N gases and small particles. Total atmospheric deposition was estimated at 15-22 kg N ha-1 year-1, most of it being retained within the studied broadleaved evergreen forests. Ecosystem N availability is thus likely to be increasing in these forests. © 2002 Elsevier Science Ltd. All rights reserved.
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