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Daniel García
Daniel García
Full Professor (Catedrático), University of Oviedo, Biodiversity Research Institute (CSIC), Spain
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Beyond species loss: the extinction of ecological interactions in a changing world
A Valiente‐Banuet, MA Aizen, JM Alcántara, J Arroyo, A Cocucci, ...
Functional Ecology 29 (3), 299-307, 2015
6312015
Geographical variation in seed production, predation and abortion in Juniperus communis throughout its range in Europe
D García, R Zamora, JM Gómez, P Jordano, JA Hódar
Journal of Ecology 88 (3), 435-446, 2000
2912000
Impact of vertebrate acorn-and seedling-predators on a Mediterranean Quercus pyrenaica forest
JM Gómez, D García, R Zamora
Forest Ecology and Management 180 (1-3), 125-134, 2003
2612003
Predicting ecosystem functions from biodiversity and mutualistic networks: an extension of trait‐based concepts to plant–animal interactions
M Schleuning, J Fründ, D García
Ecography 38 (4), 380-392, 2015
2172015
Yew (Taxus baccata L.) regeneration is facilitated by fleshy-fruited shrubs in Mediterranean environments
D Garcia, R Zamora, JA Hódar, JM Gómez, J Castro
Biological conservation 95 (1), 31-38, 2000
2072000
Birds as Suppliers of Seed Dispersal in Temperate Ecosystems: Conservation Guidelines from Real‐World Landscapes
D García, R Zamora, GC Amico
Conservation Biology 24 (4), 1070-1079, 2010
1852010
Seed predation and dispersal in relict Scots pine forests in southern Spain
J Castro, JM Gómez, D García, R Zamora, JA Hódar
Plant Ecology 145 (1), 115-123, 1999
1851999
Age structure of Juniperus communis L. in the Iberian peninsula: conservation of remnant populations in Mediterranean mountains
D Garcı́a, R Zamora, JA Hódar, JM Gómez
Biological Conservation 87 (2), 215-220, 1999
1831999
Persistence, multiple demographic strategies and conservation in long-lived Mediterranean plants
D García, R Zamora
Journal of Vegetation Science 14 (6), 921-926, 2003
1782003
Facilitation by herbivore‐mediated nurse plants in a threatened tree, Taxus baccata: local effects and landscape level consistency
D García, J Ramón Obeso
Ecography 26 (6), 739-750, 2003
1712003
The role of remnant trees in seed dispersal through the matrix: being alone is not always so sad
JM Herrera, D García
Biological Conservation 142 (1), 149-158, 2009
1682009
Effect of browsing by ungulates on sapling growth of Scots pine in a Mediterranean environment: consequences for forest regeneration
R Zamora, JM Gómez, JA Hódar, J Castro, D Garcı́a
Forest Ecology and Management 144 (1), 33-42, 2001
1622001
Species richness matters for the quality of ecosystem services: a test using seed dispersal by frugivorous birds
D García, D Martínez
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1740), 3106-3113, 2012
1522012
Experimental study of pollination by ants in Mediterranean high mountain and arid habitats
JM Gómez, R Zamora, JA Hódar, D García
Oecologia 105 (2), 236-242, 1996
1521996
Patterns of resource tracking by avian frugivores at multiple spatial scales: two case studies on discordance among scales
D García, R Ortiz‐Pulido
Ecography 27 (2), 187-196, 2004
1492004
Scale‐dependent effects of habitat fragmentation on hawthorn pollination, frugivory, and seed predation
D García, NP Chacoff
Conservation Biology 21 (2), 400-411, 2007
1482007
Effects of seed dispersal on Juniperus communis recruitment on a Mediterranean mountain
D García
Journal of Vegetation Science 12 (6), 839-848, 2001
1432001
Effects of forest fragmentation on seed dispersal and seedling establishment in ornithochorous trees
JM Herrera, D García
Conservation Biology 24 (4), 1089-1098, 2010
1342010
Spatial concordance between seed rain and seedling establishment in bird‐dispersed trees: does scale matter?
D Garcia, JR Obeso, I Martínez
Journal of Ecology 93 (4), 693-704, 2005
1332005
Where do seeds go when they go far? Distance and directionality of avian seed dispersal in heterogeneous landscapes
TA Carlo, D García, D Martínez, JM Gleditsch, JM Morales
Ecology 94 (2), 301-307, 2013
1312013
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