Joana Amaral Paulo
Joana Amaral Paulo
PhD, Instituto Superior de Agronomia
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Current extent and stratification of agroforestry in the European Union
M Den Herder, G Moreno, RM Mosquera-Losada, JHN Palma, ...
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 241, 121-132, 2017
Are forest disturbances amplifying or canceling out climate change-induced productivity changes in European forests?
CPO Reyer, S Bathgate, K Blennow, JG Borges, H Bugmann, S Delzon, ...
Environmental research letters: ERL [Web site] 12 (3), 034027, 2017
Agroforestry systems of high nature and cultural value in Europe: provision of commercial goods and other ecosystem services
G Moreno, S Aviron, S Berg, J Crous-Duran, A Franca, SG de Jalón, ...
Agroforestry systems 92, 877-891, 2018
How is agroforestry perceived in Europe? An assessment of positive and negative aspects by stakeholders
S García de Jalón, PJ Burgess, A Graves, G Moreno, J McAdam, E Pottier, ...
Agroforestry Systems 92, 829-848, 2018
Farmers’ reasoning behind the uptake of agroforestry practices: evidence from multiple case-studies across Europe
M Rois-Díaz, N Lovric, M Lovric, N Ferreiro-Domínguez, ...
Agroforestry Systems 92, 811-828, 2018
Nonlinear fixed and random generalized height–diameter models for Portuguese cork oak stands
JA Paulo, J Tomé, M Tomé
Annals of Forest Science 68, 295-309, 2011
Predicting site index from climate and soil variables for cork oak (Quercus suber L.) stands in Portugal
JA Paulo, JHN Palma, AA Gomes, SP Faias, J Tomé, M Tomé
New Forests 46, 293-307, 2015
Age-independent difference equations for modelling tree and stand growth
J Tomé, M Tomé, S Barreiro, JA Paulo
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 36 (7), 1621-1630, 2006
Harmonisation of stem volume estimates in European National Forest Inventories
T Gschwantner, I Alberdi, A Balázs, S Bauwens, S Bender, D Borota, ...
Annals of forest science 76, 1-23, 2019
Carbon sequestration of modern Quercus suber L. silvoarable agroforestry systems in Portugal: a YieldSAFE-based estimation
JHN Palma, JA Paulo, M Tomé
Agroforestry systems 88, 791-801, 2014
Perceptions of forest experts on climate change and fire management in European Mediterranean forests
Y Raftoyannis, S Nocentini, E Marchi, R Calama Sainz, C Garcia Guemes, ...
IForest 7, 33-41, 2014
Environmental performance of expanded cork slab and granules through life cycle assessment
M Demertzi, J Sierra-Pérez, JA Paulo, L Arroja, AC Dias
Journal of cleaner production 145, 294-302, 2017
Adaptive management and debarking schedule optimization of Quercus suber L. stands under climate change: case study in Chamusca, Portugal
JHN Palma, JA Paulo, SP Faias, J Garcia-Gonzalo, JG Borges, M Tomé
Regional Environmental Change 15, 1569-1580, 2015
Predicting mature cork biomass with t years of growth from one measurement taken at any other age
JA Paulo, M Tomé
Forest Ecology and Management 259 (10), 1993-2005, 2010
A carbon footprint simulation model for the cork oak sector
M Demertzi, JA Paulo, L Arroja, AC Dias
Science of the Total Environment 566, 499-511, 2016
Analysis of variables influencing tree cork caliper in two consecutive cork extractions using cork growth index modelling
JA Paulo, H Pereira, M Tomé
Agroforestry Systems 91, 221-237, 2017
Contribution of cork oak plantations installed after 1990 in Portugal to the Kyoto commitments and to the landowners economy
MB Coelho, JA Paulo, JHN Palma, M Tomé
Forest Policy and Economics 17, 59-68, 2012
Long-term monitoring of cork and holm oak stands productivity in Portugal with Landsat imagery
V Aubard, JA Paulo, JMN Silva
Remote Sensing 11 (5), 525, 2019
Evaluating the carbon footprint of the cork sector with a dynamic approach including biogenic carbon flows
M Demertzi, JA Paulo, SP Faias, L Arroja, AC Dias
The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 23, 1448-1459, 2018
Equações para estimação do volume e biomassa de duas espécies de carvalhos: Quercus suber e Quercus ilex
JA Paulo, M Tomé
Publicações do GIMREF, 1-21, 2006
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