Her scientific interests lie mostly in Ecology, Vegetation, Plant community, Habitat and Introduced species. Her work is connected to Mediterranean climate, Species richness, Biodiversity, Sand dune stabilization and Ecosystem, as a part of Ecology. Her work on Mediterranean Basin as part of general Mediterranean climate study is frequently linked to Marine debris, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Alicia Teresa Rosario Acosta has included themes like Ordination, Common spatial pattern, Land cover, Physical geography and Scale in her Vegetation study. Her work deals with themes such as Plant ecology and Transect, which intersect with Plant community. Her study looks at the intersection of Introduced species and topics like Invasive species with Niche.
Alicia Teresa Rosario Acosta mainly investigates Ecology, Habitat, Vegetation, Mediterranean climate and Biodiversity. Her study on Species richness, Plant community, Introduced species and Ecosystem is often connected to Alien as part of broader study in Ecology. Her Habitat course of study focuses on Environmental resource management and Natura 2000.
Her Vegetation research incorporates themes from Ordination, Foredune, Land cover, Forestry and Grassland. Her research investigates the connection between Mediterranean climate and topics such as Coastal dunes that intersect with issues in Plant science. Her Biodiversity research incorporates elements of Fragmentation and Common spatial pattern.
Her primary areas of study are Ecology, Biodiversity, Mediterranean climate, Habitat and Vegetation. Alicia Teresa Rosario Acosta performs integrative study on Ecology and Perspective. The study incorporates disciplines such as Plant community, Species richness, Ecosystem and Remote sensing in addition to Biodiversity.
Her Mediterranean climate research includes elements of Pinus
Ecology, Mediterranean climate, Biodiversity, Vegetation and Trait are her primary areas of study. Alicia Teresa Rosario Acosta performs integrative Ecology and Perspective research in her work. Her studies in Mediterranean climate integrate themes in fields like Habitat, Physical geography, Abiotic component and Biogeography.
Her studies deal with areas such as Critically endangered, Species richness and Ecosystem, Ecosystem model as well as Biodiversity. Her work on Macroecology as part of general Species richness research is frequently linked to Metadata, bridging the gap between disciplines. While the research belongs to areas of Vegetation, Alicia Teresa Rosario Acosta spends her time largely on the problem of Grassland, intersecting her research to questions surrounding Foredune and Range.
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TRY plant trait database : Enhanced coverage and open access
Jens Kattge;Gerhard Bönisch;Sandra Díaz;Sandra Lavorel.
Global Change Biology (2020)
European Red List of Habitats : Part 2. Terrestrial and freshwater habitats
Morphological analysis of herbaceous communities under different grazing regimes
S. Diaz;Alicia Teresa Rosario Acosta;M. Cabido.
Journal of Vegetation Science (1992)
Are there habitats that contribute best to plant species diversity in coastal dunes
Biodiversity and Conservation (2009)
Assessing conservation status on coastal dunes: a multiscale approach.
Landscape and Urban Planning (2009)
Community structure in montane grasslands of central Argentina in relation to land use
Journal of Vegetation Science (1994)
Coastal Vegetation Zonation and Dune Morphology in Some Mediterranean Ecosystems
Journal of Coastal Research (2007)
Effects of Trampling Limitation on Coastal Dune Plant Communities
Environmental Management (2012)
What has happened to coastal dunes in the last half century? A multitemporal coastal landscape analysis in Central Italy
Landscape and Urban Planning (2013)
Combining land cover mapping of coastal dunes with vegetation analysis
Applied Vegetation Science (2005)
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