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She holds a PhD in Forestry Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Madrid and is a professor of Forestry and Reforestation in the Department of Silvopasciculture at the same university. She has been professor of Forestry and Pasciculture at the University of Valladolid and researcher at the Forest Research Centre of INIA.

Her research activity focuses on the analysis of the dynamics, functioning and production of goods and services of silvopastoral systems, with special emphasis on non-timber forest products and Mediterranean environments. She is co-author of numerous scientific, technical and informative publications on these subjects. She has been responsible for ECOGESFOR since May 2012.

Outstanding publications:

OÑATE-CALVÍN R., SAN MIGUEL-AYANZ A., ORENSANZ-GARCÍA J., SALAZAR-VEGA A., ROIG-GÓMEZ S., 2013. Amazonian white-sand forest: a black future? Bois et Forêts des Tropiques (Aceptado).

RUIZ-PEINADO R., MORENO G., JUAREZ E., MONTERO G., ROIG S., 2013. The contribution of two common shrub species to aboveground and belowground carbon stock in Iberian dehesas. J.Arid Environ., 91(0), 22-30. enlace al pdf

SIMÓN N., MONTES F., DÍAZ-PINÉS E., BENAVIDES R., ROIG S., RUBIO A., 2012. Spatial distribution of the soil organic carbon pool in a Holm oak dehesa in Spain. Plant Soil, , 1-13. enlace al pdf

BENAVIDES R., ROIG S., OSORO K., 2009. Potential productivity of forested areas based on a biophysical model. A case study of a mountainous region in northern Spain. Ann.for.Sci., 66(1), 108-108. enlace al pdf

RIO M., CALAMA R., CAÑELLAS I., ROIG S., MONTERO G., 2008. Thinning intensity and growth response in SW-European Scots pine stands. Annals of Forest Science, 65 (3): 308. enlace al pdf

CAÑELLAS I., ROIG S., OLEA L., GEA G., POBLACIONES M.J., 2007. An approach to acorn production in Iberian dehesas. Agroforestry Systems, 70 (1): 3-9. enlace al pdf

ROIG S., DEL RÍO M., CAÑELLAS I., MONTERO G., 2005. Litter fall in Mediterranean Pinus pinaster Ait. stands under different thinning regimes. Forest Ecology and Management, 206: 179-190.  enlace al pdf

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