Dr Jose Roces
Visitor (Science)
College of Science
Room: Research Office - 225 A
Second Floor
Wallace Building
Singleton Campus


  1. Kay, S., Rega, C., Moreno, G., den Herder, M., Palma, J., Borek, R., Crous-Duran, J., Freese, D., Giannitsopoulos, M., Graves, A., Jäger, M., Lamersdorf, N., Memedemin, D., Mosquera-Losada, R., Pantera, A., Paracchini, M., Paris, P., Roces-Díaz, J., Rolo, V., Rosati, A., Sandor, M., Smith, J., Szerencsits, E., Varga, A., Viaud, V., Wawer, R., Burgess, P., Herzog, F., Roces, J. Agroforestry creates carbon sinks whilst enhancing the environment in agricultural landscapes in Europe Land Use Policy 83 581 593
  2. Kay, S., Graves, A., Palma, J., Moreno, G., Roces-Díaz, J., Aviron, S., Chouvardas, D., Crous-Duran, J., Ferreiro-Domínguez, N., García de Jalón, S., Măcicăşan, V., Mosquera-Losada, M., Pantera, A., Santiago-Freijanes, J., Szerencsits, E., Torralba, M., Burgess, P., Herzog, F., Roces, J. Agroforestry is paying off – Economic evaluation of ecosystem services in European landscapes with and without agroforestry systems Ecosystem Services 36 100896
  3. Morán-Ordóñez, A., Roces-Díaz, J., Otsu, K., Ameztegui, A., Coll, L., Lefevre, F., Retana, J., Brotons, L., Roces, J. The use of scenarios and models to evaluate the future of nature values and ecosystem services in Mediterranean forests Regional Environmental Change
  4. Kay, S., Crous-Duran, J., García de Jalón, S., Graves, A., Palma, J., Roces-Díaz, J., Szerencsits, E., Weibel, R., Herzog, F., Roces, J. Landscape-scale modelling of agroforestry ecosystems services in Swiss orchards: a methodological approach Landscape Ecology 33 9 1633 1644
  5. Roces-Díaz, J., Vayreda, J., Banqué-Casanovas, M., Cusó, M., Anton, M., Bonet, J., Brotons, L., De Cáceres, M., Herrando, S., Martínez de Aragón, J., de-Miguel, S., Martínez-Vilalta, J., Roces, J. Assessing the distribution of forest ecosystem services in a highly populated Mediterranean region Ecological Indicators 93 986 997

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  • GEG252M Geographical Fieldwork skills: Mallorca

    The module is concerned with identifying and defining geographical questions within the Mallorca, which serves as an example of a region with a Mediterranean climate, and applying relevant geographical skills, knowledge and techniques to these questions. The general aims are to observe, analyse and achieve an understanding of the varied geographical landscape and inherent features of Mallorca and the Mediterranean. Students taking this module will gain experience in research design, methodologies, data analysis and presentation methods, including seminars, posters and reports. Students taking this field course focus on either the physical or human geography on the region and conduct project work appropriate to their specialism. The module comprises preparatory lectures in Swansea during teaching block 2 and a one week field course, which typically runs in the last week of teaching block 2.