Doctor of Forestry Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Madrid. Her research work to date has focused on the proposal of methodologies for the integration of landscape ecology and forest planning.
This activity has been developed mainly within the framework of the ECOPORF and DECOFOR projects. During these years she has made long stays at the University of Berkeley (California, USA), where she has worked in the framework of the SNAMP project in the measurement by Lidar technology of parameters of horizontal and vertical structure of forest stands, and at the Alterra Research Center (Wageningen, Netherlands).
GARCÍA-FECED C., SAURA S., ELENA-ROSSELLÓ R., 2011. Improving landscape connectivity in forest districts: A two-stage process for prioritizing agricultural patches for reforestation. For.Ecol.Manage., 261(1), 154-161.
GARCÍA-FECED C., SAURA S., ELENA-ROSSELLÓ R., 2010. Assessing the effect of scale on the ability of landscape structure metrics to discriminate landscape types in Mediterranean forest districts. Forest Systems 19(2), 129-140.
GARCÍA-FECED C., GONZÁLEZ-ÁVILA S., ELENA-ROSSELLÓ R., 2008. Metodología para la tipificación y caracterización estructural de paisajes en comarcas forestales españolas. Forest Systems (Formerly Invest Agrar: Sist Recur For) 17, 130-142. [In Spanish].