Contribuciones científicas

Algunas de las contribuciones científicas  más relevantes publicadas por los investigadores del programa de doctorado.

Some of the most important scientific contributions published by researchers at the doctoral program.

  • The influence of soil properties on the water pollution (nitrate, phosphate and COD) following a single application of sewage sludge to 70 contrasting agricultural soils.Water, Air and Soil Pollution 223: 1783-1790
  • Applying imaging spectroscopy techniques to map saline soils with ASTER images.¬†Geoderma 158: 65-55
  • The potential of NIR spectroscopy to predict stability parameters in sewage sludge and derived compost.¬†Geoderma 158: 93-100
  • Evaluation of different extraction methods for the assessment of heavy metal bioavailability in various soils.¬†Water, Air and Soil Pollution 213: 471-483
  • Evaluation of single chemical extra ctants for the prediction of heavy metal uptake by barley in soils amended with polluted sewage sludge.¬†Plant and Soil 327: 303-314
  • Identifying optimal spectral bands to assess soil properties with VNIR radiometry in semi-arid soils.¬†Geoderma 147:126-132
  • Fire effects on soil aggregation: a review.¬†Earth-Science Reviews 109: 44-60
  • Effects of agricultural management on surface soil properties and soil-water losses in eastern Spain.¬†Soil & Tillage Research 106: 117-123
  • Near infrared spectroscopy for determination of various physical, chemical and biochemical properties in Mediterranean soils.¬†¬†Soil Biology & Biochemistry 40: 1923-1930
  • Validating the effectiveness and sensitivity of two soil quality indices based in natural forest soils under Mediterranean conditions.¬†¬†Soil Biology & Biochemistry 40: 2079-2087
  • Longevity of soil water repellency in a former wastewater disposal tree stand and potential amelioration.¬†Geoderma 165: 332-337
  • Soil microbial biomass and activity under different agricultural management systems in a semiarid Mediterranean agroecosystem.¬†Soil & Tillage Research 109: 110-115
  • Can terra rossa become water repellent by burning? A laboratory approach.¬†Geoderma 147: 178-184
  • Influence of Saharan dust outbreaks and atmospheric stability upon vertical profiles of size-segregated aerosols and water vapor.¬†Atmospheric Environment, 44, 338-346.
  • Application of an automatic thermal desorption gas-chromatography mass-spectrometry system for the analysis of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in airborne particulate.¬†Journal of Chromatography A, 1216 , 1285-1289.
  • ¬†Impact of fugitive emissions in ambient PM levels and composition. A case study in Southeast Spain.¬†Science of the Total Environment, 408 , 4999-5009.
  • Assessment of potential source regions of PM2.5 components at a southwestern Mediterranean site.¬†Tellus B, 63B (1) 96-106.
  • Use of a passive sampling network for the determination of urban NO 2 spatiotemporal variations.¬†Atmospheric Environment, 63 , 148-155.
  • High-time resolution and size-segregated elemental composition in high-intensity pyrotechnic exposures.¬†Journal of Hazardous Materials, 241/242, 82-91.
  • Sanitary versus environmental policies: fitting together two pieces of the puzzle of European vulture conservation.¬†Journal of Applied Ecology, 47: 931-935.
  • Large-scale spatio-temporal shifts in the diet of a predator mediated by an emerging infectious disease of its main prey.¬†Journal of Biogeography, 36: 1502-1515.
  • Mortality at wind-farms is positively correlated to large-scale distribution and aggregation in griffon vultures.¬†Biological Conservation, 145: 102-108.
  • Linking cost efficiency evaluation with population viability analysis to prioritize wetland birds conservation actions.¬†Biological Conservation, 145: 102-108.
  • Changes in intrapopulation resource use patterns of an endangered raptor in response to a disease-mediated crash in prey abundance.¬†Journal of Animal Ecology, 81: 1154-1160.
  • An invasion-conservation paradox: long-term positive effects of an American crayfish on a European community of predators.¬†Conservation Biology, 24: 1230-1238.


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