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Comparisons of increment cores taken in 1955-56 from four 80-year-old Pines which had been completely freed in 1950-51, and from 11 controls from closed parts of the same stand, showed significant increases in ring width and particularly in the proportion of early wood in the former, even though...

Author(s)
Voegeli, H.; Reinhart, O.
Citation
Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Forstwesen, 1956, 107, 7, pp 407-15
Abstract

From analysis of the annual rings for 1946-1962 from trees in (1) the Pinetum polytrichosum and (2) the P. herbosum, derives the following expressions: n = 0.25 + 4.86b for (1), and n = 6 + 1.94b for (2), where n is a linear count of vertical resin canals [per cm.] and b is ring width. The number...

Author(s)
Cudnyj, A. V.
Citation
Lesnoe Khozyaistvo, 1963, 16, 12, pp 62-3
Abstract

Contains 24 papers, some already noticed [cf. FA 31 No. 5076; 32 Nos. 2068, 4697], presented at a conference at the University of British Columbia, Feb. 19-20, 1970, in four sessions. (1) Biology of tree ring formation: The development of the annual ring in Grand Fir (J. S. Bethel); Effects of...

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Bull. Fac. For. Univ. BC, 1970, No. 7, pp 125
Abstract

In the forest of Paneveggio in NE Italy - altitude 1600 to 2000 m, comprising subalpine Norway spruce (Picea abies) stands at lower altitudes and mixed larch (Larix decidua), spruce and pine (Pinus cembra) at higher altitudes - an increase over the last few years in red (Cervus elaphus) and roe (...

Author(s)
Motta, R.; Nola, P.
Citation
Forest Ecology and Management, 1996, 88, 1/2, pp 81-86
Abstract

Includes data on dendrochronological studies of wood from Tectona grandis, Peronema canescens, Terminalia sp., Fokienia hodginsii, Pinus kesiya, P. merkusii and Hopea sp.

Author(s)
Ohta, S.
Citation
Tropical Forestry, 1997, No. 39, pp 2-11
Abstract

Outbreaks of the larch budmoth (LBM) recur cyclically approximately every 7-10 yr in subalpine larch/cembran pine and montane to subalpine larch/Norway spruce forests of the relatively dry valleys of the European Alps. By dendroecologically analysing increment cores from 570 host (European larch, ...

Author(s)
Weber, U. M.
Citation
Trees: Structure and Function, 1997, 11, 5, pp 277-290
Abstract

The subject of the study was longleaf pine (Pinus palustris) old-growth forest in the Flomaton National Area in Alabama.

Author(s)
Meldahl, R. S.; Pederson, N.; Kush, J. S.; Varner, J. M., III
Publisher
CABI Publishing, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Tree-ring analysis: biological, methodological and environmental aspects., 1999, pp 265-285
Abstract

To assess the daily relationships between xylem development and the environment, precise knowledge of tree-ring development is required. This includes accurate estimations of the rate and duration of the cell enlargement and wall thickening phases. This paper presents an application where the...

Author(s)
Rossi, S.; Deslauriers, A.; Morin, H.
Publisher
Istituto Italiano di Dendrocronologia, Verona, Italy
Citation
Dendrochronologia, 2003, 21, 1, pp 33-39
Abstract

This study is aimed at characterizing the cambial dynamics and its dependence on climate of two pine species native to Thailand, Pinus merkusii and Pinus kesiya and at describing their climatic response over 148 years. The samples for cambial activity analysis were taken monthly from March 2000 to...

Author(s)
Pumijumnong, N.; Wanyaphet, T.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Forest Ecology and Management, 2006, 226, 1/3, pp 279-289
Abstract

Wood samples of larch (Larix sibirica Ledeb.), spruce (Picea obovata Ledeb.) and pine (Pinus sibirica Du Tour), growing in the northern taiga of western Siberia, were screened for the occurrence of light-rings - an anomaly of tree-ring formation in extreme environments. Light-rings were dated and...

Author(s)
Gurskaya, M. A.; Hallinger, M.; Eckstein, D.; Wilmking, M.
Publisher
Ferdinand Berger & Söhne Gesellschaft m.b.H., Horn, Austria
Citation
Phyton (Horn), 2012, 52, 1, pp 101-119

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