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VÍCTOR FERNÁNDEZ-GARCÍA
VÍCTOR FERNÁNDEZ-GARCÍA
FCCBA, Universidad de León; FGSE, Université de Lausanne
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Burn severity metrics in fire-prone pine ecosystems along a climatic gradient using Landsat imagery
V Fernandez-Garcia, M Santamarta, A Fernandez-Manso, C Quintano, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 206, 205-217, 2018
1152018
Evaluation and comparison of Landsat 8, Sentinel-2 and Deimos-1 remote sensing indices for assessing burn severity in Mediterranean fire-prone ecosystems
P García-Llamas, S Suárez-Seoane, JM Fernández-Guisuraga, ...
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 80 …, 2019
892019
Environmental drivers of fire severity in extreme fire events that affect Mediterranean pine forest ecosystems
P García-Llamas, S Suárez-Seoane, A Taboada, A Fernández-Manso, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 433, 24-32, 2019
882019
Wildfire effects on soil properties in fire-prone pine ecosystems: Indicators of burn severity legacy over the medium term after fire
V Fernández-García, J Miesel, MJ Baeza, E Marcos, L Calvo
Applied Soil Ecology 135, 147-156, 2019
842019
The role of fire frequency and severity on the regeneration of Mediterranean serotinous pines under different environmental conditions
V Fernández-García, PZ Fulé, E Marcos, L Calvo
Forest Ecology and Management 444, 59-68, 2019
702019
Biochar and rhizobacteria amendments improve several soil properties and bacterial diversity
H Ren, B Huang, V Fernández-García, J Miesel, L Yan, C Lv
Microorganisms 8 (4), 502, 2020
572020
Fire regimes shape diversity and traits of vegetation under different climatic conditions
V Fernandez-Garcia, E Marcos, PZ Fule, O Reyes, VM Santana, L Calvo
Science of the Total Environment 716, 137137, 2020
502020
Remote sensing applied to the study of fire regime attributes and their influence on post-fire greenness recovery in pine ecosystems
V Fernández-García, C Quintano, A Taboada, E Marcos, L Calvo, ...
Remote Sensing 10 (5), 733, 2018
502018
Biochar and PGPR amendments influence soil enzyme activities and nutrient concentrations in a eucalyptus seedling plantation
H Ren, C Lv, V Fernández-García, B Huang, J Yao, W Ding
Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery 11, 1865-1874, 2021
402021
Interactions between large high-severity fires and salvage logging on a short return interval reduce the regrowth of fire-prone serotinous forests
A Taboada, V Fernández-García, E Marcos, L Calvo
Forest Ecology and Management 414, 54-63, 2018
402018
Impact of burn severity on soil properties in a Pinus pinaster ecosystem immediately after fire
V Fernández-García, E Marcos, JM Fernández-Guisuraga, A Taboada, ...
International Journal of Wildland Fire 28 (5), 354-364, 2019
392019
Evaluation of composite burn index and land surface temperature for assessing soil burn severity in mediterranean fire-prone pine ecosystems
E Marcos, V Fernández-García, A Fernández-Manso, C Quintano, ...
Forests 9 (8), 494, 2018
362018
Soil-vegetation relationships in Mediterranean forests after fire
V Fernández-García, E Marcos, S Huerta, L Calvo
Forest Ecosystems 8, 1-13, 2021
292021
Responses of soil enzyme activities and plant growth in a eucalyptus seedling plantation amended with bacterial fertilizers
H Ren, X Qin, B Huang, V Fernández-García, C Lv
Archives of Microbiology 202, 1381-1396, 2020
282020
Efficiency of remote sensing tools for post-fire management along a climatic gradient
JM Fernández-Guisuraga, L Calvo, V Fernández-García, E Marcos-Porras, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 433, 553-562, 2019
252019
Do fire regime attributes affect soil biochemical properties in the same way under different environmental conditions?
V Fernández-García, E Marcos, O Reyes, L Calvo
Forests 11 (3), 274, 2020
212020
Predicting potential wildfire severity across Southern Europe with global data sources
V Fernández-García, D Beltrán-Marcos, JM Fernández-Guisuraga, ...
Science of the total environment 829, 154729, 2022
192022
MOSEV: a global burn severity database from MODIS (2000–2020)
E Alonso-González, V Fernández-García
Earth System Science Data Discussions 2020, 1-21, 2020
192020
Assessment of the influence of biophysical properties related to fuel conditions on fire severity using remote sensing techniques: a case study on a large fire in NW Spain
P García-Llamas, S Suárez-Seoane, A Taboada, V Fernández-García, ...
International Journal of Wildland Fire 28 (7), 512-520, 2019
192019
Soil resistance to burn severity in different forest ecosystems in the framework of a wildfire
S Huerta, V Fernández-García, L Calvo, E Marcos
Forests 11 (7), 773, 2020
182020
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