Efectes del canvi global a les rouredes de Quercus petraea al NE de la Península Ibèrica

The sessile oak Quercus petraea is widespread in Central Europe. The populations in the NE Iberian Peninsula are at the southernmost limit of the species range, in the most Mediterranean-type conditions and at the xeric limit. The results of study show that the community species composition has been altered since the second half of the 20th century, but in slightly different ways in each region. The sessile oak forest is recovering from the change in forest use, and the Montseny Massif is the best example of this dynamic. For some oak forests, however, such as those in the Montnegre natural park, climate change poses an uncertain future. For this reason, it is important to take advantage of natural refuges of these species as reservoirs and places where the habitat can be preserved ​
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