Bibiana Bilbao
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Community owned solutions for fire management in tropical ecosystems: case studies from Indigenous communities of South America
J Mistry, BA Bilbao, A Berardi
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 371 …, 2016
Indigenous use of fire and forest loss in Canaima National Park, Venezuela. Assessment of and tools for alternative strategies of fire management in Pemón indigenous lands
BA Bilbao, AV Leal, CL Méndez
Human Ecology 38 (5), 663-673, 2010
New perspectives in fire management in South American savannas: The importance of intercultural governance
J Mistry, IB Schmidt, L Eloy, B Bilbao
Ambio 48 (2), 172-179, 2019
Effects of fire and defoliation on the life history of native and invader C4 grasses in a Neotropical savanna
Z Baruch, B Bilbao
Oecologia 119 (4), 510-520, 1999
Can savanna burning projects deliver measurable greenhouse emissions reductions and sustainable livelihood opportunities in fire-prone settings?
J Russell-Smith, C Monagle, M Jacobsohn, RL Beatty, B Bilbao, A Millán, ...
Climatic Change 140 (1), 47-61, 2017
From fire suppression to fire management: Advances and resistances to changes in fire policy in the savannas of Brazil and Venezuela
L Eloy, B A. Bilbao, J Mistry, IB Schmidt
The Geographical Journal 185 (1), 10-22, 2019
Nitrogen-use efficiency for growth in a cultivated African grass and a native South American pasture grass
B Bilbao, E Medina
Journal of Biogeography, 421-425, 1990
A pollen atlas of premontane woody and herbaceous communities from the upland savannas of Guayana, Venezuela
A Leal, JC Berrío, E Raimúndez, B Bilbao
Palynology 35 (2), 226-266, 2011
Speaking of fire: reflexive governance in landscapes of social change and shifting local identities
I Rodríguez, B Sletto, B Bilbao, I Sánchez-Rose, A Leal
Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 20 (6), 689-703, 2018
Sharing multiple perspectives on burning: towards a participatory and intercultural fire management policy in Venezuela, Brazil, and Guyana
B Bilbao, J Mistry, A Millán, A Berardi
Fire 2 (3), 39, 2019
The role of fire in the vegetation dynamics of upland savannas of the Venezuelan Guayana
B Bilbao, A Leal, C Méndez, MD Delgado-Cartay
Tropical Fire Ecology, 451-480, 2009
Significance of nutrient relations and symbiosis for the competitive interaction between grasses and legumes in tropical savannas
E Medina, B Bilbao
Modern ecology: basic and applied aspects, 295-319, 1991
Quantitative determination of nitrogen content in plant tissue by a colorimetric method
B Bilbao, D Giraldo, P Hevia
Communications in soil science and plant analysis 30 (13-14), 1997-2005, 1999
Types of grassland fires and nitrogen volatilization in tropical savannas of Calabozo, Venezuela
B Bilbao, E Medina
Biomass burning and global change 2, 569-574, 1996
Biodiversity, fire, and herbivory in tropical savannas
B Bilbao, R Braithwaite, C Dall’Aglio, A Moreira, PE Oliviera, JF Ribeiro, ...
Biodiversity and savanna ecosystem processes, 197-203, 1996
Biodiversidad y funcionamiento de pastizales y sabanas en América Latina
G Sarmiento, MR Cabido, NO Maceira, ME Zaccagnini, P Laterra, ...
Late-Holocene gallery forest retrogression in the Venezuelan Guayana: New data and implications for the conservation of a cultural landscape
A Leal, B Bilbao, JC Berrio, H Behling, JV Montoya, C Méndez
The Holocene 26 (7), 1049-1063, 2016
A contribution to pollen rain characterization in forest-savanna mosaics of the Venezuelan Guayana and its use in vegetation reconstructions from sedimentary records
L Alejandra, B Bibiana, BJ Carlos
Scientific Research Publishing, 2013
An optical luminescence chronology for late Pleistocene aeolian activity in the Colombian and Venezuelan Llanos
AS Carr, SJ Armitage, JC Berrío, BA Bilbao, A Boom
Quaternary Research 85 (2), 299-312, 2016
Los incendios forestales en Iberoamérica. Caso Venezuela
E Gómez, G Picón, B Bilbao
La defensa contra incendios forestales. Fundamentos y experiencias. R. Vélez …, 2000
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