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THE CABECERO BLACK POPLAR IN THE SOUTH OF ARAGON Chabier de Jaime cdejaime@educa.aragon.es Centro de Estudios del Jiloca Calamocha (Aragón) Vendôme, 27 Octobre 2006

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What is a cabecero black poplar? Morfology Trunk Bolling Main branches (balks) Roots Leaves Flowers Fruits

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What is a cabecero black poplar? Traditional management and changes in a tree’s life Planting Formation Productive prunning Maturity Bolling growing Decay and dead

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What is a cabecero black poplar? Trunk size (Pancrudo river basin)

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What is a cabecero black poplar? Veteran trees

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Cabecero black poplar: product of a agroforestry exploitation Multiplicity of uses Balks for building Local and abundant resource Absence of another forests Varieties selection

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Cabecero black poplar: product of a agroforestry exploitation Multiplicity of uses Balks for building Very good attributes

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Cabecero black poplar: product of a agroforestry exploitation Multiplicity of uses Combustible Traditional use: Domestic (cold and long winters) Local industry (ovens) Present use: Home (trivial)

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Cabecero black poplar: product of a agroforestry exploitation Multiplicity of uses Livestock food Fodder Grazing (tree pasture ) Livestock trials

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Cabecero black poplar: product of a agroforestry exploitation Multiplicity of uses Borders farming properties protection front erosion rivers

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Cabecero black poplar: product of a agroforestry exploitation Multiplicity of uses Another uses Wood packing Public festivities (bonfire) Lightning conductor Gardening Carpentry

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Cabecero black poplar: product of a agroforestry exploitation Importance in the farming economy An ancient use More than a complement for farming economy Investment at long-term Competition with agrarian production

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Cabecero black poplar: hidrologic importance Stabilization and restoration of beds Improves hidrologic behaviour basin Damps the influence of the basin in bed Draws form and line in bed

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Cabecero black poplar: hidrologic importance Hidrological functions of riverside vegetation Stops rain with leaves and branches Retains particles of the ground Keeps ground qualities

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Cabecero black poplar: ecological importance Improvement of water conditions in rivers Shady cuts down water temperature Making refuge for acuatic animals Soaks up water contamination

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Cabecero black poplar: ecological importance Making local microclimates Cuts down termic oscilation Humidifies the air Slows down the wind

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Cabecero black poplar: ecological importance Increases biodiversity Bark surface Cavities Hollows Crevices Broken branches Fallen trunks

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Cabecero black poplar: ecological importance Biodiversity Fungi Lichens Mosses Unicelular alga Vascular plants

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Cabecero black poplar: ecological importance Biodiversity Nematodes Artropods Molluscs

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Cabecero black poplar: ecological importance Biodiversity Reptiles Birds Mammals

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Cabecero black poplar: ecological importance Rise of the biodiversity in adjacent ecosistems Lineal border efect (ecotone) Lonely forestries Biological corridors

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Cabecero black poplar: scenic value Cultural landscape Historic landscape Country landscape Territorial identity

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Threats for the cabecero black poplar Abandoning of the traditional management Lost of vigour at the main branches Vulnerability against the wind (fallen branches)

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Threats for the cabecero black poplar Abandoning of the traditional management: status in Pancrudo river basin

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Threats for the cabecero black poplar Decrease in the subsoil water level Decrease of global rains Increase in water extractions of rivers and subsoil Canalization of rivers and irrigation ditchs

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Threats for the cabecero black poplar Decrease in the subsoil water level

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Threats for the cabecero black poplar Abandoning of the traditional management: status in Pancrudo river basin

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Threats for the cabecero black poplar Tree felling

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Threats for the cabecero black poplar Riverside arrangements

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Threats for the cabecero black poplar Agricultural intensification (concentration of pieces of ground)

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A traditional resource with new values Country landscape of quality as a turistic resource Ecological importance Wood (renewable energy)

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A traditional resource with new values Artistic value Ethnologic value Historic interest Enviromental Education

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