Carla Khater
Carla Khater
Research Associate, National Council for Scientific Research, CNRS Lebanon
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Spontaneous vegetation dynamics and restoration prospects for limestone quarries in Lebanon
C Khater, A Martin, J Maillet
Applied Vegetation Science 6 (2), 199-204, 2003
Traditional uses of Salvia libanotica (East Mediterranean sage) and the effects of its essential oils
H Gali-Muhtasib, C Hilan, C Khater
Journal of Ethnopharmacology 71 (3), 513-520, 2000
Environmental impact of quarries on natural resources in Lebanon
T Darwish, C Khater, I Jomaa, R Stehouwer, A Shaban, M Hamzé
Land Degradation & Development 22 (3), 345-358, 2011
Vegetation changes during the late Pleistocene and Holocene in Lebanon: a pollen record from the Bekaa Valley
L Hajar, C Khater, R Cheddadi
The Holocene 18 (7), 1089-1099, 2008
Cedrus libani (A. Rich) distribution in Lebanon: Past, present and future
L Hajar, L François, C Khater, I Jomaa, M Déqué, R Cheddadi
Comptes Rendus Biologies 333 (8), 622-630, 2010
Environmental changes in Lebanon during the Holocene: Man vs. climate impacts
L Hajar, M Haïdar-Boustani, C Khater, R Cheddadi
Journal of Arid Environments 74 (7), 746-755, 2010
Identification and prioritization of areas with high environmental risk in Mediterranean coastal areas: A flexible approach
M Marignani, D Bruschi, DA Garcia, R Frondoni, E Carli, MS Pinna, ...
Science of the Total Environment 590, 566-578, 2017
Genetic structure and diversity of the endangered fir tree of Lebanon (Abies cilicica Carr.): implications for conservation
L Awad, B Fady, C Khater, A Roig, R Cheddadi
PLoS One 9 (2), e90086, 2014
A history of human impact on Moroccan mountain landscapes
R Cheddadi, M Nourelbait, O Bouaissa, J Tabel, A Rhoujjati, ...
African Archaeological Review 32 (2), 233-248, 2015
Environmental changes over the past 25 000 years in the southern Middle Atlas, Morocco
J Tabel, C Khater, A Rhoujjati, L Dezileau, I Bouimetarhan, M Carre, ...
Journal of Quaternary Science 31 (2), 93-102, 2016
An 18 000‐year pollen and sedimentary record from the cedar forests of the Middle Atlas, Morocco
MN El Bait, A Rhoujjati, F Eynaud, A Benkaddour, L Dezileau, K Wainer, ...
Journal of Quaternary Science 29 (5), 423-432, 2014
Application of restoration ecology principles to the practice of limestone quarry rehabilitation in Lebanon
C Khater, A Martin
Lebanese Science Journal 8 (1), 19-28, 2007
Climate change since the last glacial period in Lebanon and the persistence of Mediterranean species
R Cheddadi, C Khater
Quaternary Science Reviews 150, 146-157, 2016
Dynamiques végétales post-perturbations sur les carrières calcaires au Liban. Stratégies pour l'écologie de la restauration en régions Méditerranéennes.
C Khater
Université Montpellier II-Sciences et Techniques du Languedoc, 2004
The first record of entomopathogenic nematodes (Rhabiditiae: Steinernematidae and Heterorhabditidae) in natural ecosystems in Lebanon: A biogeographic approach in the …
E Noujeim, C Khater, S Pages, JC Ogier, P Tailliez, M Hamze, O Thaler
Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 107 (1), 82-85, 2011
Rehabilitation ecology by revegetation. Approach and results from two Mediterranean countries.
A Martin, C Khater, H Mineau, S Puech
Korean Journal of Ecology 25 (1), 9-17, 2002
Human demography changes in Morocco and environmental imprint during the Holocene
R Cheddadi, A Palmisano, JA López-Sáez, M Nourelbait, C Zielhofer, ...
The Holocene 29 (5), 816-829, 2019
Restoring ecosystems around the Mediterranean basin: beyond the frontiers of ecological science
C Khater, V Raevel, J Sallantin, JD Thompson, M Hamze, A Martin
Restoration Ecology 20 (1), 1-6, 2012
Regeneration capability and economic losses after fire in Mediterranean forests-Lebanon
T Masri, C Khater, N Masri, C Zeidan
Lebanese Science Journal 7 (1), 37-47, 2006
Contribution to the characterization of forest fragmentation on the eastern flank of Mount Lebanon over 33 years
I Jomaa, Y Auda, C Khater
Lebanese Science Journal 8 (2), 59-74, 2007
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