M.Sc. Ana Cano-Crespo

Scientist, Doctoral Researcher


Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)
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Influence of climatic and anthropogenic drivers on fire activity and distribution in Amazonia, with special focus on tropical forests

Cano-Crespo A (2022) Impact of climatic and anthropogenic drivers on spatio-temporal fire distribution in the Brazilian Amazon, Doctoral dissertation, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Geography Department, Humboldt University of Berlin, Berlin.

Cano-Crespo A, Traxl D, Thonicke K (2021) Spatio-temporal patterns of extreme fires in Amazonian forests, Eur Phys J 230, 3033-3044, link

Boit A, Sakschewski B, Boysen L, Cano-Crespo A, Clement J et al. (2019) Using Dynamic Global Vegetation Models (DGVMs) for projecting ecosystem services at regional scales: Drivers, risks, and societal responses, in Schröter M, Bonn M, Klotz S, Seppelt R, Baessler C (Eds.) Atlas of Ecosystem Services, Springer, Cham, 57-61, link

Boit A, Sakschewski B, Boysen L, Cano-Crespo A, Clement J et al. (2016) Large-scale impact of climate change versus land use change on future biome shifts, Glob Change Biol 22(11), 3689-33701, link

Cano-Crespo A, Oliveira PJC, Boit A, Cardoso M, Thonicke K (2015) Forest edge burning in the Brazilian Amazon promoted by escaping fires from managed lands, J Geophys Res Biogeosci 120, 2095-2107, link

Cano-Crespo A, Oliveira PJC, Cardoso M, Thonicke K (2014) Tropical forest degradation in the Brazilian Amazon: Relation to fire and land-use change, in Viegas D (Ed.) Advances in Forest Fire Research, Coimbra University Press, Portugal, 1582-1591, link

Hernández-Santana V, Martínez-Fernández J, Morán C, Cano A (2008) Response of Quercus pyrenaica (melojo oak) to soil water deficit: A case study in Spain, Eur J For Res 127, 369-378, link

FirEUrisk, Developing a Holistic, Risk-Wise Strategy for European Wildfire Management.

CLIMAX, Climate Services Through Knowledge Co-Production: A Euro-South American initiative for strengthening societal adaptation response to extreme events.

ROBIN, Role of Biodiversity in Climate Change Mitigation.

IRTG 1740, International Research Training Group of the Humboldt University of Berlin, Dynamical Phenomena in Complex Networks.