Filipe Xavier Catry
Filipe Xavier Catry
Centre for Applied Ecology - School of Agriculture - University of Lisbon
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Modeling and mapping wildfire ignition risk in Portugal
FX Catry, FC Rego, FL Bação, F Moreira
International Journal of Wildland Fire 18 (8), 921-931, 2009
Wildfire management in Mediterranean-type regions: paradigm change needed
F Moreira, D Ascoli, H Safford, MA Adams, JM Moreno, JMC Pereira, ...
Environmental Research Letters 15 (1), 011001, 2020
Regional variations in wildfire susceptibility of land-cover types in Portugal: implications for landscape management to minimize fire hazard
F Moreira, P Vaz, F Catry, JS Silva
International Journal of Wildland Fire 18 (5), 563-574, 2009
Post-fire tree mortality in mixed forests of central Portugal
FX Catry, F Rego, F Moreira, PM Fernandes, JG Pausas
Forest Ecology and Management 260 (7), 1184-1192, 2010
Wildfires as a major driver of landscape dynamics in three fire-prone areas of Portugal
JS Silva, P Vaz, F Moreira, F Catry, FC Rego
Landscape and Urban Planning 101 (4), 349-358, 2011
Forest fires in cork oak (Quercus suber L.) stands in Portugal
JS Silva, F Catry
International Journal of Environmental Studies 63 (3), 235-257, 2006
Cork extraction as a key factor determining post-fire cork oak survival in a mountain region of southern Portugal
F Moreira, I Duarte, F Catry, V Acácio
Forest Ecology and Management 253 (1-3), 30-37, 2007
Cork oak vulnerability to fire: the role of bark harvesting, tree characteristics and abiotic factors
FX Catry, F Moreira, JG Pausas, PM Fernandes, F Rego, E Cardillo, ...
PLoS One 7 (6), e39810, 2012
Size-dependent pattern of wildfire ignitions in Portugal: when do ignitions turn into big fires?
F Moreira, FX Catry, F Rego, F Bacao
Landscape ecology 25, 1405-1417, 2010
Assessing the relative fire proneness of different forest types in Portugal
JS Silva, F Moreira, P Vaz, F Catry, P Godinho‐Ferreira
Plant Biosystems 143 (3), 597-608, 2009
Landscape dynamics in Mediterranean oak forests under global change: understanding the role of anthropogenic and environmental drivers across forest types
V Acácio, FS Dias, FX Catry, M Rocha, F Moreira
Global change biology 23 (3), 1199-1217, 2017
A conceptual model of sprouting responses in relation to fire damage: an example with cork oak (Quercus suber L.) trees in Southern Portugal
F Moreira, F Catry, I Duarte, V Acácio, JS Silva
Forest Ecology: Recent Advances in Plant Ecology, 77-85, 2009
Post-fire survival and regeneration of Eucalyptus globulus in forest plantations in Portugal
FX Catry, F Moreira, R Tujeira, JS Silva
Forest Ecology and Management 310, 194-203, 2013
Ecologia do fogo e gestão de áreas ardidas
F Moreira, FX Catry, JS Silva, FC Rego
Ecologia do fogo e gestão de áreas ardidas, 1-323, 2010
Assessing the extent and the environmental drivers of Eucalyptus globulus wildling establishment in Portugal: results from a countrywide survey
FX Catry, F Moreira, E Deus, JS Silva, A Águas
Biological Invasions 17, 3163-3181, 2015
2.1 Fire Starts and Human Activities
FX Catry, FC Rego, JS Silva, F Moreira, A Camia, C Ricotta, M Conedera
Towards Integrated Fire Management Outcomes of the European Project Fire …, 2010
Factors affecting post-fire crown regeneration in cork oak (Quercus suber L.) trees
FX Catry, F Moreira, I Duarte, V Acácio
European Journal of Forest Research 128, 231-240, 2009
Post-fire response variability in Mediterranean Basin tree species in Portugal
FX Catry, JG Pausas, F Moreira, PM Fernandes, F Rego
International Journal of Wildland Fire 22 (7), 919-932, 2013
Effects of grazing on plant composition, conservation status and ecosystem services of Natura 2000 shrub-grassland habitat types
V Silva, FX Catry, PM Fernandes, FC Rego, P Paes, L Nunes, AD Caperta, ...
Biodiversity and Conservation 28, 1205-1224, 2019
Spatial distribution patterns of wildfire ignitions in Portugal
FX Catry, P Damasceno, JS Silva, M Galante, F Moreira
4th International Wildland Fire Conference, 8, 2007
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