Publicaciones Ecología


  1. L. Ruiz, F. Aguilera (2018). Trends in airborne pollen and pollen-season-related features of anemophilous species in Jaen (south Spain): a 23-year pespective. Atmospheric Environment, 180: 234-243, DOI: [10.1016/j.atmosenv.2018.03.012], ISSN: 1352-2310. Ver
  2. G.I. Guzmán, E. Aguilera, R. García-Ruiz, E. Torremocha, D. Soto, J. Infante, M.G. de Molina (2018). The agrarian metabolism as a tool for assessing agrarian sustainability, and its application to Spanish agriculture (1960-2008). Ecology and Society, 23(1): 2, DOI: [10.5751/ES-09773-230102]. Ver
  3. J. Calero, V. Aranda, A. Montejo, J.M. Martín (2018). A new soil quality index based on morpho-pedological indicators as a site-specific web service applied to olive groves in the Province of Jaen (South Spain). Computers and Electronics in Agriculture, 146: 66-76, DOI: [10.1016/j.compag.2018.01.016]. Ver
  4. E. Aguilera, G.I. Guzmán, J. Álvaro, J. Infante, R. García-Ruiz, G. Carranza, D. Soto, M. González (2018). A historical perspective on soil organic carbon in Mediterranean cropland (Spain, 1900-2008). Science of the Total Environment, 621: 634-648, DOI: [10.1016/j.scitotenv.2017.11.243]. Ver
  5. F. Comino, V. Aranda, R. García-Ruiz, M.J. Ayora, A. Domínguez (2018). Infrared spectroscopy as a tool for the assessment of soil biological quality in agricultural soils under contrasting management practices. Ecological Indicators, 87: 117-126, DOI: [10.1016/j.ecolind.2017.12.046], ISSN: 1470-160X. Ver
  6. J.D. Gilbert, I. de Vicente, F. Ortega, E. García, R. Jiménez, G. Parra, F. Guerrero (2017). Linking watershed land uses and crustacean assemblages in Mediterranean wetlands. Hydrobiologia, 799 (1): 181-191, DOI: [10.1007/s10750-017-3211-6] Ver
  7. J. Calero, A. Ontiveros, V. Aranda, I. Plaza (2017). Humic acid adsorption and its role in colloidal-scale aggregation determined with the zeta potential, surface tree energy and the extended-DLVO theory. European Journal of Soil Science, 68(4): 491-503, DOI: [10.1111/ejss.12431]. Ver
  8. M. Carmo, R. García-Ruiz, M.I. Ferreira, T. Domingos (2017). The N-P-K soil nutrient balance of Portuguese cropland in the 1950s: the transition from organic to chemical fertilization. Scientific reports, 7: 8111, DOI: [10.1038/s41598-017-08118-3]. Ver
  9. E. Tello, J. L. Martínez, G. Jover, J.R. Olarieta, R. García-Ruiz, M. González, M. Badia, V. Winiwarter, N. Koepke (2017). The onset of the English agricultural revolution: climate factors and soil nutrients. Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 47(4): 445-474, DOI: [10.1162/JINH_a_01050]. Ver
  10. J.L. Vicente, B. Gómez, M.B. Hinojosa, P. Smith. R. García-Ruiz (2017). Carbon saturation and assessment of soil organic carbon fractions in Mediterranean rainfed olive orchards under plant cover management. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 245: 135-146, DOI: [10.1016/j.agee.2017.05.020], ISSN: 0167-8809. Ver
  11. G. Siles, A. García-Zafra, J.A. Torres, A. García-Fuentes, L. Ruiz (2017). Germination success under different treatments and pod sowing depths in six legume species present in olive groves. Spanish Journal of Agricultural Research, 15(2): e1007, DOI: [10.5424/sjar/2017152-9753], ISSN: 2171-9292. Ver
  12. F. Comino, V. Aranda, A. Domínguez, M.J. Ayora (2017). Thermal destruction of organic waste hydrophobicity for agricultural soils application. Journal of Environmental Management, 202: 94-105, DOI: [10.1016/j.jenvman.2017.07.024], ISSN: 0301-4797. Ver
  13. V. Aranda, J. Calero, I. Plaza, A. Ontiveros (2016). Long-term effects of olive mill pomace co-compost on wettability and soil quality in olive groves. Geoderma, 267: 185-195, DOI: [10.1016/j.geoderma.2015.12.027], ISSN: 0016-7061. Ver
  14. V. Aranda, J. Calero, I. Plaza. A. Ontiveros (2016). Corrigendum to long-term effects of olive mill pomace co-compost on wettability and soil quality in olive groves. Geoderma, 275: 18, DOI: [10.1016/j.geoderma.2016.04.007]. Ver
  15. O. Delgadillo, R. García-Ruiz, J. Forero (2016). Fertilising techniques and nutrient balance in the agricultural industrialization transition: the case of sugarcane in the Cauca river valley (Colombia), 1943–2010. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 218: 150-162, DOI: [10.1016/j.agee.2015.11.003], ISSN: 0167-8809. Ver
  16. V. Carrión, R. García-Ruiz (2016). Floristic composition and structure of a deciduous dry forest from southern Ecuador: diversity and aboveground carbon accumulation. International Journal of Current Research and Academic Review, 4(3): 154- 169, DOI: [10.20546/ijcrar.2016.403.017]. Ver
  17. B. Gómez, J.D. Valero, M.B. Hinojosa, R. García-Ruiz (2016). Management of tree pruning residues to improve soil organic carbon in olive groves. European Journal of Soil Biology, 74: 104-113, DOI: [10.1016/j.ejsobi.2016.03.010], ISSN: 1164-5563. Ver
  18. M. López, R. García-Ruiz, G. Guzmán, J.L. Vicente, V. Wesemael, J.A. Gómez (2016). Temporal stability and patterns of runoff and runon with different cover crops in an olive orchard (SW Andalusia, Spain). Catena, 147: 125-137, DOI: [10.1016/j.catena.2016.07.002], ISSN: 0341-8162. Ver
  19. D. Soto, J. Infante, G.I. Guzmán, A. Cid, E. Aguilera, R. García-Ruiz, M. González (2016). The social metabolism of biomass in Spain, 1900-2008: from a food to feed-oriented changes in the agro-ecosystems. Ecological Economics, 128: 130-138, DOI: [10.1016/j.ecolecon.2016.04.017], ISSN: 0921-8009. Ver
  20. H. Carrión, A. Fríes, B. Gómez, R. García-Ruiz (2016). Agrochemical characterization of vermicomposts produced from residues of Palo Santo (Bursera graveolens) essential oil extraction. Waste Management, 58: 135-143, DOI: [10.1016/j.wasman.2016.09.002], ISSN: 0956-053X. Ver
  21. G. Siles, J.A. Torres, L. Ruiz, A. García (2016). Germination trials of annual autochthonous leguminous species of interest for planting as herbaceous cover in olive groves. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 217: 119-127, DOI: [10.1016/j.agee.2015.10.025], ISSN: 0167-8809. Ver
  22. J.L. Vicente, R. García-Ruiz, R. Francaviglia, E. Aguilera, P. Smith (2016). Soil carbon sequestration rates under Mediterranean woody crops using recommended management practices: a meta-analysis. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 235: 204-214, DOI: [10.1016/j.agee.2016.10.024], ISSN: 0167-8809. Ver
  23. J. Oteros, H. García, P. Alcázar, J. Belmonte, D. Bermejo, M. Boi, P. Cariñanos, C. Díaz-de-la-Guardia, D. Fernández, F. González, A.M. Gutiérrez, S. Moreno, R. Pérez, F.J. Rodríguez, L. Ruiz-Valenzuela, J. Suárez (2015). A new method for determining the sources of airborne particles. Journal of Environmental Management, 155: 212-218, DOI: [10.1016/j.jenvman.2015.03.037], ISSN: 0301-4797. Ver
  24. F. Aguilera, F. Orlandi, L. Ruiz, M. Msallem, M. Fornaciari (2015). Analysis and interpretation of long temporal trends in cumulative temperatures and olive reproductive features using a seasonal trend decomposition procedure. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 203: 208-216, DOI: [10.1016/j.agrformet.2014.11.019], ISSN: 0168-1923. Ver
  25. F. Aguilera, A.B. Dhiab, M. Msallem, F. Orlandi, T. Bonofiglio, L. Ruiz, C. Galán, C. Díaz-De la Guardia, A. Giannelli, M. del Mar Trigo, H. García, R. Pérez, M. Fornaciari (2015). Airborne-pollen maps for olive-growing areas throughout the Mediterranean region: spatio-temporal interpretation. Aerobiologia, 31(3): 421-434, DOI: [10.1007/s10453-015-9375-5]. Ver
  26. V. Aranda, C. Macci, E. Peruzzi, G. Masciandaro (2015). Biochemical activity and chemical-structural properties of soil organic matter after 17 years of amendments with olive-mill pomace co-compost. Journal of Environmental Management, 147: 278-285, DOI: [10.1016/j.jenvman.2014.08.024], ISSN: 0301-4797. Ver
  27. I. Plaza, A. Ontiveros, J. Calero, V. Aranda (2015). Implication of zeta potential and surface free energy in the description of agricultural soil quality: effect of different cations and humic acids on degraded soils. Soil & Tillage Research, 146: 148-158, DOI: [10.1016/j.still.2014.10.013], ISSN: 0167-1987. Ver
  28. J. Infante, D. Soto, E. Aguilera, R. García-Ruiz, G. Guzmán, A. Cid, M. González (2015). The Spanish transition to industrial metabolism: long-term material flow analysis. Journal of industrial ecology, 19(5): 866-876, DOI: [10.1111/jiec.12261]. Ver
  29. R. Sánchez, C. Ortiz, F. Covelo, V. Ochoa, R. García-Ruiz, J.I. Seco, J.A. Carreira, J.A. Merino, J.C. Linares (2015). Regulation of water use in the Southernmost European Fir (Abies pinsapo Bioss.): drought avoidance matters. Forests, 6(6): 2241-2260, DOI: [10.3390/f6062241]. Ver
  30. B. Gómez, M.B. Hinojosa R. García-Ruiz (2015). In situ net N mineralization and nitrification under organic and conventionally managed olive oil orchards. Nutrient cycling in agroecosystems, 101(2): 223–239, DOI: [10.1007/s10705-015-9672-y]. Ver
  31. S. Gingrich, G. Haidvog, S. Preis, F. Krausmann, R. García-Ruiz (2015). Providing food while sustaining soil fertility in two pre-industrial Alpine agroecosystems. Methodological framework and empirical evidence. Human Ecology, 43(3): 395-410. Ver
  32. M. González, R. García-Ruiz, J. Infante, D. Soto, E. Aguilera, G. Guzmán, A. Cid (2015). Nutrient balances and management of soil fertility prior the arrival of chemical fertilizers in Andalusia, southern Spain. Human Ecology Review, 21(2): 23-48, DOI: [10.22459/HER.21.02.2015.02]. Ver
  33. F. Aguilera, L. Ruiz, M. Fornaciari, B. Romano, C. Galán, J. Oteros, A. Ben, M. Msallem, F. Orlandi (2014). Heat accumulation period in the Mediterranean region: phenological response of the olive in different climate areas (Spain, Italy and Tunisia). International Journal of Biometeorology, 58(5): 867-876, DOI: [10.1007/s00484-013-0666-7]. Ver
  34. C. Aparicio, M. Urrestarazu, M.P. Cordovilla (2014). Comparative physiological analysis of salinity effects in six olive genotypes. HortScience, 49(7): 901-904, DOI: [10.21273/HORTSCI.49.7.901].  Ver
  35. J. Oteros, F. Orlandi, H. García, F. Aguilera, A.B. Dhiab, T. Bonofiglio, M. Abichou, L. Ruiz, M.M. del Trigo, C. Díaz, E. Domínguez, M. Msallem. M. Fornaciari, C. Galán (2014). Better prediction of Mediterranean olive production using pollen-based models. Agronomy for Sustainable Development, 34(3): 685-694, DOI: [10.1007/s13593-013-0198-x]. Ver
  36. F. Aguilera, L. Ruiz (2014). Forecasting olive crop yields based on long-term aerobiological data series and bioclimatic conditions for the southern Iberian Peninsula. Spanish Journal of Agricultural Research, 12(1): 215-224, DOI: [10.5424/sjar/2014121-4532], ISSN: 2171-9292. Ver
  37. F. Aguilera, M. Fornaciari, L. Ruiz, C. Galán, M. Msallem, A.B. Dhiab, C. de la Guardia, M. del Mar Trigo, T. Bonofiglio, F. Orlandi (2014). Phenological models to predict the main flowering phases of olive (Olea europaea L.) along a latitudinal and longitudinal gradient across the Mediterranean region. International Journal of Biometeorology, 59(5): 629-641, DOI: [10.1007/s00484-014-0876-7]. Ver
  38. V. Aranda, A. Domínguez, F. Comino, J. Calero, M.J. Ayora (2014). Agro-environmental characterization of semi-arid Mediterranean soils using NIR reflection and mid-IR-attenuated total reflection spectroscopies. Vibrational Spectroscopy, 74: 88-97, DOI: [10.1016/j.vibspec.2014.07.011], ISSN: 0924-2031. Ver
  39. G. Guzmán, E. Aguilera, D. Soto, A. Cid, M. González, R. García-Ruiz, M. Herrera, I. Villa (2014). Methodology and conversión factors to estimate the net primary productivity of historical and contemporary agroecosystems. SEHA (Sociedad Española de Historia Agraria)Ver
  40. B. Gómez, D. Hatch, R. Bol, R. García-Ruiz (2014). Nutrient dynamics during decomposition of the residues from a sown legume or ruderal plant cover in an olive oil orchard. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 184: 115-123, DOI: [10.1016/j.agee.2013.11.020]. Ver
  41. J. Calero, M.P. Cordovilla, V. Aranda, R. Borjas, C. Aparicio (2013). Effect of organic agriculture and soil forming factors on soil quality and physiology of olive trees. Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems, 37(2): 193-214, DOI: [10.1080/10440046.2012.718998], ISSN: 2168-3565. Ver
  42. F. Aguilera, L. Ruiz (2013). Time trend in the viability of pollen grains in the ‘Picual’ olive (Olea europaea L.) cultivar. Palynology, 37(1): 28-34, DOI: [10.1080/01916122.2012.662920], ISSN: 1558-9188. Ver
  43. B. Gómez, D.J. Hatch, R. Bol, R. García-Ruiz (2013). Agrochemical characterization, net N mineralization, and potencial N leaching of composted olive mill pomace currently produced in southern Spain. Journal of Plant nutrition and soil science, 176(5): 655-664, DOI: [10.1002/jpln.201200421].  Ver
  44. B. Gómez, R. Bol, D. Hatch, E.R. Dixon, R. García-Ruiz. (2013). Gross and net rates of nitrogen mineralisation in soil amended with composted olive mill pomace. Rapid Communication in mass spectrometry, 25(11): 1472-8, DOI: [10.1002/rcm.4849]. Ver
  45. R. García-Ruiz, M. González de Molina, G. Guzmán, D. Soto, J. Infante (2012). Guidelines for constructing nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium balances in historical agricultural systems. Journal of Sustainable Agriculture, 36(6): 650-682, DOI: [10.1080/10440046.2011.648309]. Ver
  46. R. García-Ruiz, M.V. Ochoa, M.B. Hinojosa, B. Gómez (2012). Improved soil quality after 16 years of olive mill pomace application in olive oil groves. Agronomy for sustainable development, 32(3): 803-810, DOI: [10.1007/s13593-011-0080-7]. Ver
  47. R. García-Ruiz, B. Gómez, D. Hatch, R. Bol, Baggs (2012). Soil mineral retention and N2O emissions following combined application of 15N-labelled fertiliser and weed residues. Rapid Communication in Mass Spectrometry, 26(20): 2379-85, DOI: [10.1002/rcm.6254]. Ver
  48. F. Aguilera, L. Ruiz (2012). Altitudinal fluctuations in the olive pollen emission: an approximation from the olive groves of the south-east Iberian Peninsula. Aerobiologia, 28(3): 403-411, DOI: [10.1007/s10453-011-9244-9]. Ver
  49. B. Gómez, D. Hatch, R. Bol, R. García-Ruiz (2012). Carbon mineralization and distribution of nutrients within different particle-size fractions of commercially produced olive mil pomace. Bioresource Technology, 102(21): 9997-10005, DOI: [10.1016/j.biortech.2011.08.009], ISSN: 0960-8524. Ver



  1. R. García-Ruiz, B. Gómez (2013). Contribución del olivar ecológico en la mitigación de gases de efecto invernadero. El olivar ecológico. Guzmán G. (Ed.). Ed. Mundi-Prensa.
  2. B. Gómez, D. J. Hatch, R. Bol, R. García-Ruiz (2012). The compost of olive mil pomace: from a waste to a resource-environmental benefits of its application in olive oil groves. DOI: [10.5772/48244]. Ver

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