Dan Malkinson
Dan Malkinson
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What does the stress‐gradient hypothesis predict? Resolving the discrepancies
D Malkinson, K Tielbörger
Oikos 119 (10), 1546-1552, 2010
1332010
Monitoring post-wildfire vegetation response with remotely sensed time-series data in Spain, USA and Israel
WJD Van Leeuwen, GM Casady, DG Neary, S Bautista, JA Alloza, ...
International Journal of Wildland Fire 19 (1), 75-93, 2010
1322010
Spatial and temporal patterns of vegetation recovery following sequences of forest fires in a Mediterranean landscape, Mt. Carmel Israel
L Wittenberg, D Malkinson, O Beeri, A Halutzy, N Tesler
Catena 71 (1), 76-83, 2007
1252007
Permissive summer temperatures of the 2010 European West Nile fever upsurge
S Paz, D Malkinson, MS Green, G Tsioni, A Papa, K Danis, A Sirbu, ...
PloS one 8 (2), e56398, 2013
902013
The influence of fire history, plant species and post-fire management on soil water repellency in a Mediterranean catchment: The Mount Carmel range, Israel
S Keesstra, L Wittenberg, J Maroulis, F Sambalino, D Malkinson, A Cerdà, ...
Catena 149, 857-866, 2017
712017
Are birders good for birds? Bird conservation through tourism management in the Hula Valley, Israel
N Collins-Kreiner, D Malkinson, Z Labinger, R Shtainvarz
Tourism Management 38, 31-42, 2013
572013
Pattern analysis in successional communities–an approach for studying shifts in ecological interactions
D Malkinson, R Kadmon, D Cohen
Journal of Vegetation Science 14 (2), 213-222, 2003
562003
Spatio-temporal perspectives of forest fires regimes in a maturing Mediterranean mixed pine landscape
L Wittenberg, D Malkinson
European Journal of Forest Research 128 (3), 297-304, 2009
552009
Walls, ramps and pits: the construction of the Samar Desert kites, southern Negev, Israel
D Nadel, G Bar-Oz, U Avner, E Boaretto, D Malkinson
Antiquity 84 (326), 976-992, 2010
522010
Fire effects and short-term changes in soil water repellency–Mt. Carmel, Israel
N Tessler, L Wittenberg, D Malkinson, N Greenbaum
Catena 74 (3), 185-191, 2008
502008
Soil properties as key factors controlling water repellency in fire-affected areas: Evidences from burned sites in Spain and Israel
J Mataix-Solera, V Arcenegui, N Tessler, R Zornoza, L Wittenberg, ...
Catena 108, 6-13, 2013
482013
Urban sprawl and ecosystems–can nature survive
D Czamanski, I Benenson, D Malkinson, M Marinov, R Roth, L Wittenberg
International review of environmental and resource economics 2 (4), 321-366, 2008
482008
Resilience of stocking capacity to changing climate in arid to Mediterranean landscapes
M Köchy, M Mathaj, F Jeltsch, D Malkinson
Regional Environmental Change 8 (2), 73-87, 2008
472008
Effects of Repeated Fires on the Structure, Composition, and Dynamics of Mediterranean Maquis: Short- and Long-Term Perspectives
D Malkinson, W Lea, B Ofer, B Ronel
Ecosystems 14 (3), 478-488, 2011
442011
Mass hunting game traps in the southern Levant: the Negev and Arabah “Desert Kites”
G Bar-Oz, D Nadel, U Avner, D Malkinson
Near Eastern Archaeology 74 (4), 208-215, 2011
402011
Post fire induced soil water repellency—Modeling short and long-term processes
D Malkinson, L Wittenberg
Geomorphology 125 (1), 186-192, 2011
342011
Ramparts and walls: building techniques of kites in the Negev Highland
D Nadel, G Bar-Oz, U Avner, D Malkinson, E Boaretto
Quaternary International 297, 147-154, 2013
312013
Intraspecific facilitation: a missing process along increasing stress gradients–insights from simulated shrub populations
D Malkinson, F Jeltsch
Ecography 30 (3), 339-348, 2007
282007
From rural-urban gradients to patch–matrix frameworks: Plant diversity patterns in urban landscapes
D Malkinson, D Kopel, L Wittenberg
Landscape and urban planning 169, 260-268, 2018
272018
Ancient trash mounds unravel urban collapse a century before the end of Byzantine hegemony in the southern Levant
G Bar-Oz, L Weissbrod, T Erickson-Gini, Y Tepper, D Malkinson, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (17), 8239-8248, 2019
242019
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