Ramón Perea
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Modelling spread of British wind‐dispersed plants under future wind speeds in a changing climate
JM Bullock, SM White, C Prudhomme, C Tansey, R Perea, DAP Hooftman
Journal of Ecology 100 (1), 104-115, 2012
Acorn dispersal by rodents: the importance of re-dispersal and distance to shelter
R Perea, A San Miguel, L Gil
Basic and Applied Ecology 12 (5), 432-439, 2011
Moonlight and shelter cause differential seed selection and removal by rodents
R Perea, R González, A San Miguel, L Gil
Animal Behaviour 82 (4), 717-723, 2011
Leftovers in seed dispersal: ecological implications of partial seed consumption for oak regeneration
R Perea, A San Miguel, L Gil
Journal of Ecology 99 (1), 194-201, 2011
Big game or big loss? High deer densities are threatening woody plant diversity and vegetation dynamics
R Perea, M Girardello, A San Miguel
Biodiversity and Conservation 23 (5), 1303-1318, 2014
Context‐dependent fruit–frugivore interactions: partner identities and spatio‐temporal variations
R Perea, M Delibes, M Polko, A Suárez‐Esteban, JM Fedriani
Oikos 122 (6), 943-951, 2013
Tree regeneration under high levels of wild ungulates: The use of chemically vs. physically-defended shrubs
R Perea, L Gil
Forest Ecology and Management 312, 47-54, 2014
Effects of seed quality and seed location on the removal of acorns and beechnuts
R Perea, A San Miguel, M Martínez-Jauregui, M Valbuena-Carabaña, ...
European Journal of Forest Research 131 (3), 623-631, 2012
Shrubs facilitating seedling performance in ungulate-dominated systems: biotic versus abiotic mechanisms of plant facilitation
R Perea, L Gil
European Journal of Forest Research 133 (3), 525-534, 2014
Effect of canopy closure on pollen dispersal in a wind-pollinated species (Fagus sylvatica L.)
M Millerón, UL De Heredia, Z Lorenzo, R Perea, A Dounavi, J Alonso, ...
Plant Ecology 213 (11), 1715-1728, 2012
Wild ungulates vs extensive livestock. Looking back to face the future
A San Miguel-Ayanz, RP García-Calvo, M García-Olalla
Options Meditérranneenes 92, 27-34, 2010
Flying vs. climbing: Factors controlling arboreal seed removal in oak–beech forests
R Perea, A San Miguel, L Gil
Forest Ecology and Management 262 (7), 1251-1257, 2011
Livestock vs. wild ungulate management in the conservation of Mediterranean dehesas: implications for oak regeneration
A Lopez-Sanchez, R Perea, R Dirzo, S Roig
Forest ecology and management 362, 99-106, 2016
Incorporating insect infestation into rodent seed dispersal: better if the larva is still inside
R Perea, D López, A San Miguel, L Gil
Oecologia 170 (3), 723-733, 2012
The reintroduction of a flagship ungulate Capra pyrenaica: assessing sustainability by surveying woody vegetation
R Perea, R Perea-García-Calvo, CG Díaz-Ambrona, A San Miguel
Biological Conservation 181, 9-17, 2015
Empty seeds are not always bad: simultaneous effect of seed emptiness and masting on animal seed predation
R Perea, M Venturas, L Gil
Plos One 8 (6), e65573, 2013
Differential tree recruitment in California oak savannas: Are evergreen oaks replacing deciduous oaks?
R Perea, A López-Sánchez, R Dirzo
Forest Ecology and Management 399, 1-8, 2017
Disentangling factors controlling fruit and seed removal by rodents in temperate forests
R Perea, A San Miguel, L Gil
Seed Science Research 21 (3), 227-234, 2011
Threat or opportunity? Browsing preferences and potential impact of Ammotragus lervia on woody plants of a Mediterranean protected area
M Fernández-Olalla, M Martínez-Jauregui, R Perea, M Velamazán, ...
Journal of Arid Environments 129, 9-15, 2016
Post‐dispersal seed recovery by animals: is it a plant‐or an animal‐driven process?
R Perea, R Dirzo, A San Miguel, L Gil
Oikos 125 (8), 1203-1210, 2016
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