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Graciela Gil Romera
Instituto Pirenaico de Ecología (IPE) (CSIC)
PhD Biodiversity and evolutionary biology at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Long-term resilience in terrestrial ecosystems.
Global change impacts in plant communities.
Disturbance ecology in mountains, drylands and threatened environments by Global Change.
Ecosystem complexity and stability at centennial to millennial time scales.
Numerical methods applied to ecology.
Laboratory methods to identify environmental indicators: pollen, spores, charcoal particles.
Plant taxonomy, pollen identification (Palearctic regions of the world).
Experimental design, science communication.
Field methods: coring, expedition logistics, natural systems monitoring.
Palaecology, Fire ecology, Quantitative Ecology, Resilience, Complexity, Eastern Africa, Palynology, Plant ecology.
Biomass-modulated fire dynamics during the last glacial-interglacial transition at the central pyrenees (Spain)
Holocene environmental change along the central Namib Desert escarpment derived from hyrax and owl dung
Long-term fire resilience of the Ericaceous Belt, Bale Mountains, Ethiopia.