Lea Wittenberg
Lea Wittenberg
Department of Geography, university of Haifa
Email verificata su geo.haifa.ac.il
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Runoff and erosion processes after a forest fire in Mount Carmel, a Mediterranean area
M Inbar, M Tamir, L Wittenberg
Geomorphology 24 (1), 17-33, 1998
Monitoring post-wildfire vegetation response with remotely sensed time-series data in Spain, USA and Israel
WJD Van Leeuwen, GM Casady, DG Neary, S Bautista, JA Alloza, ...
International Journal of Wildland Fire 19 (1), 75-93, 2010
Spatial and temporal patterns of vegetation recovery following sequences of forest fires in a Mediterranean landscape, Mt. Carmel Israel
L Wittenberg, D Malkinson, O Beeri, A Halutzy, N Tesler
Catena 71 (1), 76-83, 2007
Soil erosion and forestry management after wildfire in a Mediterranean woodland, Mt. Carmel, Israel
M Inbar, L Wittenberg, M Tamir
International Journal of Wildland Fire 7 (4), 285-294, 1997
The influence of fire history, plant species and post-fire management on soil water repellency in a Mediterranean catchment: the Mount Carmel range, Israel
S Keesstra, L Wittenberg, J Maroulis, F Sambalino, D Malkinson, A Cerdà, ...
Catena 149, 857-866, 2017
Effects of controlled fire on hydrology and erosion under simulated rainfall
SD Keesstra, J Maroulis, E Argaman, A Voogt, L Wittenberg
Cuadernos de Investigación Geográfica 40 (2), 269-294, 2014
Spatio-temporal perspectives of forest fires regimes in a maturing Mediterranean mixed pine landscape
L Wittenberg, D Malkinson
European Journal of Forest Research 128 (3), 297-304, 2009
Can terra rossa become water repellent by burning? A laboratory approach
J Mataix-Solera, V Arcenegui, C Guerrero, MM Jordán, P Dlapa, N Tessler, ...
Geoderma 147 (3-4), 178-184, 2008
Structural patterns in coarse gravelriver beds: typology, survey and assessment of the roles of grain size and river regime
L Wittenberg
Geografiska Annaler: Series A, Physical Geography 84 (1), 25-37, 2002
Particle clusters in gravel‐bed rivers: an experimental morphological approach to bed material transport and stability concepts
L Wittenberg, MD Newson
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 2005
Urban sprawl and ecosystems–can nature survive
D Czamanski, I Benenson, D Malkinson, M Marinov, R Roth, L Wittenberg
International review of environmental and resource economics 2 (4), 321-366, 2008
Fire effects and short-term changes in soil water repellency–Mt. Carmel, Israel
N Tessler, L Wittenberg, D Malkinson, N Greenbaum
Catena 74 (3), 185-191, 2008
Soil properties as key factors controlling water repellency in fire-affected areas: Evidences from burned sites in Spain and Israel
J Mataix-Solera, V Arcenegui, N Tessler, R Zornoza, L Wittenberg, ...
Catena 108, 6-13, 2013
Short-term changes in the magnitude, frequency and temporal distribution of floods in the Eastern Mediterranean region during the last 45 years—Nahal Oren, Mt. Carmel, Israel
L Wittenberg, H Kutiel, N Greenbaum, M Inbar
Geomorphology 84 (3-4), 181-191, 2007
Effects of repeated fires on the structure, composition, and dynamics of Mediterranean maquis: Short-and long-term perspectives
D Malkisnon, L Wittenberg, O Beeri, R Barzilai
Ecosystems 14 (3), 478-488, 2011
The role of fire disturbance on runoff and erosion processes–a long‐term approach, Mt. Carmel case study, Israel
LEA Wittenberg, M Inbar
Geographical Research 47 (1), 46-56, 2009
Recovery of Mediterranean vegetation after recurrent forest fires: insight from the 2010 forest fire on Mount Carmel, Israel
N Tessler, Y Sapir, L Wittenberg, N Greenbaum
Land Degradation & Development 27 (5), 1424-1431, 2016
Vegetation cover and species richness after recurrent forest fires in the Eastern Mediterranean ecosystem of Mount Carmel, Israel
N Tessler, L Wittenberg, N Greenbaum
Science of the Total Environment 572, 1395-1402, 2016
Post fire induced soil water repellency—Modeling short and long-term processes
D Malkinson, L Wittenberg
Geomorphology 125 (1), 186-192, 2011
From rural-urban gradients to patch–matrix frameworks: Plant diversity patterns in urban landscapes
D Malkinson, D Kopel, L Wittenberg
Landscape and urban planning 169, 260-268, 2018
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