Greg Planchuelo
Greg Planchuelo
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Untangling the role of urban ecosystems as habitats for endangered plant species
G Planchuelo, M von der Lippe, I Kowarik
Landscape and Urban Planning 189, 320-334, 2019
182019
Gone with the wind and the stream: dispersal in the invasive species Ailanthus altissima
G Planchuelo, P CatalŠn, JA Delgado
Acta oecologica 73, 31-37, 2016
182016
Emerging urban forests: Opportunities for promoting the wild side of the urban green infrastructure
I Kowarik, A Hiller, G Planchuelo, B Seitz, M von der Lippe, S Buchholz
Sustainability 11 (22), 6318, 2019
142019
Endangered plants in novel urban ecosystems are filtered by strategy type and dispersal syndrome, not by spatial dependence on natural remnants
G Planchuelo, I Kowarik, M von der Lippe
32020
Estimating wind dispersal potential in Ailanthus altissima: The need to consider the three-dimensional structure of samaras
G Planchuelo, P CatalŠn, JA Delgado, A Murciano
Plant Biosystems-An International Journal Dealing with all Aspects of Plant†…, 2017
32017
Plant traits, biotopes and urbanization dynamics explain the survival of endangered urban plant populations
G Planchuelo, I Kowarik, M von der Lippe
Journal of Applied Ecology 57, 1581-1592, 2020
2020
Data on samara morphology and wind dispersal in the invasive tree Ailanthus altissima
G Planchuelo, P CatalŠn, JA Delgado, A Murciano
Data in brief 26, 104521, 2019
2019
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