Irene Mendoza (ORCID: 0000-0002-3288-6366)
Irene Mendoza (ORCID: 0000-0002-3288-6366)
JIN Researcher at Doñana Biological Station (CSIC); ROR:
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Linking plant phenology to conservation biology
LPC Morellato, B Alberton, ST Alvarado, B Borges, E Buisson, ...
Biological conservation 195, 60-72, 2016
Oak seedling survival and growth along resource gradients in Mediterranean forests: implications for regeneration in current and future environmental scenarios
L Gómez‐Aparicio, IM Pérez‐Ramos, I Mendoza, L Matias, JL Quero, ...
Oikos 117 (11), 1683-1699, 2008
Continental-scale patterns and climatic drivers of fruiting phenology: A quantitative Neotropical review
I Mendoza, CA Peres, LPC Morellato
Global and Planetary Change 148, 227-241, 2017
Seed dispersal patterns by large frugivorous mammals in a degraded mosaic landscape
L Matías, R Zamora, I Mendoza, JA Hódar
Restoration Ecology 18 (5), 619-627, 2010
Recruitment limitation of forest communities in a degraded Mediterranean landscape
I Mendoza, L Gómez‐Aparicio, R Zamora, L Matías
Journal of Vegetation Science 20 (2), 367-376, 2009
A seeding experiment for testing tree-community recruitment under variable environments: Implications for forest regeneration and conservation in Mediterranean habitats
I Mendoza, R Zamora, J Castro
Biological conservation 142 (7), 1491-1499, 2009
Regeneration of tree species and restoration under contrasted Mediterranean habitats: field and glasshouse experiments
T Marañón, R Zamora, R Villar, MÁ Zavala, JL Quero, IM Pérez-Ramos, ...
International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences 30 (3), 187-196, 2004
Current issues in tropical phenology: a synthesis
K Abernethy, ER Bush, PM Forget, I Mendoza, LPC Morellato
Biotropica 50 (3), 477-482, 2018
Positive adjacency effects mediated by seed disperser birds in pine plantations
R Zamora, JA Hódar, L Matías, I Mendoza
Ecological Applications 20 (4), 1053-1060, 2010
Evidence for seed dispersal by rodents in tropical montane forest in Africa
A Nyiramana, I Mendoza, BA Kaplin, PM Forget
Biotropica 43 (6), 654-657, 2011
Fire management in a changing landscape: a case study from Lopé National Park, Gabon
KJ Jeffery, F Palla, G Walters, I Mendoza, KA Abernethy, LJT White
5th International Wildland Fire Conference, 2011
Inter‐annual variability of fruit timing and quantity at Nouragues (French Guiana): insights from hierarchical Bayesian analyses
I Mendoza, RS Condit, SJ Wright, A Caubère, P Châtelet, I Hardy, ...
Biotropica 50 (3), 431-441, 2018
Consistent pattern of habitat and species selection by post-dispersal seed predators in a Mediterranean mosaic landscape
L Matías, I Mendoza, R Zamora
Plant Ecology 203, 137-147, 2009
Stay Out (Almost) All Night: Contrasting Responses in Flight Activity Among Tropical Moth Assemblages
GPA Lamarre, I Mendoza, R Rougerie, T Decaens, B Herault, Beneluz
Neotropical Entomology 1, 1-7, 2015
Leaf synchrony and insect herbivory among tropical tree habitat specialists
GPA Lamarre, I Mendoza, PV Fine, C Baraloto
Plant Ecology 215, 209-220, 2014
Rapid Assessment of Seed Removal and Frugivore Activity as a Tool for Monitoring the Health Status of Tropical Forests
O Boissier, A Bouiges, I Mendoza, F Feer, PM Forget
Biotropica 46 (5), 633-641, 2014
A seed dispersal effectiveness framework across the mutualism–antagonism continuum
CHA van Leeuwen, N Villar, I Mendoza Sagrera, AJ Green, ES Bakker, ...
Oikos 2022 (9), e09254, 2022
Rethinking tropical phenology: insights from long‐term monitoring and novel analytical methods
LPC Morellato, K Abernethy, I Mendoza
Biotropica 50 (3), 371-373, 2018
Assessing short and long-term variations in diversity, timing and body condition of frugivorous birds
M Campo-Celada, P Jordano, A Benítez-López, C Gutiérrez-Expósito, ...
Oikos, 10.1111/oik.08387, 2022
Does masting result in frugivore satiation? A test with Manilkara trees in French Guiana
I Mendoza, G Martin, A Caubère, P Châtelet, I Hardy, S Jouard, M Forget
Journal of Tropical Ecology 36, 1-4, 2015
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