Post-Fire Management of Serotinous Pine Forests. de las Heras, J.; Moya, D.; Vega, J.; Daskalakou, E.; Vallejo; Grigoriadis, N.; Tsitsoni, T.; Baeza, J.; Valdecantos, A.; Fernández, C.; Espelta, J.; and Fernandes, P. In Moreira, F.; Arianoutsou, M.; Corona, P.; and De las Heras, J., editors, Post-Fire Management and Restoration of Southern European Forests, volume 24, of Managing Forest Ecosystems, pages 121–150. Springer Netherlands.
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The current chapter describes the ecological context and post-fire management practices for the most important and fire-prone coniferous tree species in the Mediterranean Basin, the serotinous pine trees. The state of art about evolution, habitat and adaptive strategies of Pinus halepensis Mill, Pinus brutia Ten. and Pinus pinaster Aiton are included. The management of burned areas, from emergency to long-term actions, are included but also the influence of climate change and the changing fire dynamics are discussed. To illustrate it, we included some case studies for the serotinous pine species in both Eastern and Western Mediterranean Basin.
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  author = {de las Heras, Jorge and Moya, Daniel and Vega, JoséAntonio and Daskalakou, Evangelia and {Vallejo} and Grigoriadis, Nikolaos and Tsitsoni, Thekla and Baeza, Jaime and Valdecantos, Alejandro and Fernández, Cristina and Espelta, Josep and Fernandes, Paulo},
  editor = {Moreira, Francisco and Arianoutsou, Margarita and Corona, Piermaria and De las Heras, Jorge},
  date = {2012},
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  abstract = {The current chapter describes the ecological context and post-fire management practices for the most important and fire-prone coniferous tree species in the Mediterranean Basin, the serotinous pine trees. The state of art about evolution, habitat and adaptive strategies of Pinus halepensis Mill, Pinus brutia Ten. and Pinus pinaster Aiton are included. The management of burned areas, from emergency to long-term actions, are included but also the influence of climate change and the changing fire dynamics are discussed. To illustrate it, we included some case studies for the serotinous pine species in both Eastern and Western Mediterranean Basin.},
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