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Contains 14 papers: Investigation of the growth of trees with a microphotometric analyser (V.V. Spirov; I.A. Terskov; E.A. Vaganov) [describes the instrument and its application]; The quasi-rhythmic nature of dendrochronological indices (V.N. Adamenko; T.M. Zushinskaya; N.V. Lovelius; B.I....

Citation
Dendroklimatokhronologiya i radiouglerod.: Dendroclimatology, dendrochronology, and radiocarbon. Papers at the second All-Union conference on dendrochronology and dendroclimatology, Kaunas, 1972.: Dendroklimatokhronologiya i radiouglerod. Materialy Vtorogo Vsesoyuznogo soveshchaniya po dendrokhronologii i dendroklimatologii, Kaunas, 1972 god., 1972, pp 135-209
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The year-to-year variability (fluctuation) of tree-ring indices (relative c.a.i.) was studied in relation to geographical region within the country, using the large volume of data available from permanent plots in commercial stands. Av. dendrochronological curves are presented for each species in 5 ...

Author(s)
Vinš, B.
Citation
Communicationes Instituti Forestalis Čechosloveniae, 1981, 12, pp 119-135
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The seasonal course of radial increment was recorded with band dendrometers on the 10 dominant trees in 17 pure stands of 12 different species in Gödöllő Arboretum, Hungary, during 1974-83. Growth curves were characterized by initial and final phases of slower growth and a middle phase of intensive ...

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Járó, Z.; Tátraaljai, E.
Citation
Erdészeti Kutatások, 1984, 76-77, pp 221-234
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Cores were taken at breast height from sample trees of Pinus sylvestris in three different forest types in the Leningrad region, and dendrochronological series were established for three 10-year periods (1880-1889, 1930-1939, and 1970-1979) at each site. Mathematical analysis shows that the...

Author(s)
Alekseev, A. S.; Laĭrand, N. I.
Publisher
Leningradskaya Lestekhnicheskaya Akademiya (LTA), Russia,
Citation
Lesovodstvo, Lesnye Kul'tury i Pochvovedenie., 1989, pp 3-9
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The influence of climatic factors on the growth of Pinus sylvestris was evaluated by comparing annual ring widths from 7 sites along an altitudinal gradient (the upper 5 sites had been undisturbed by felling) with monthly climatic data from 1880 to 1969. To assist in interpreting the data, needle...

Author(s)
Grace, J.; Norton, D. A.
Citation
Journal of Ecology, 1990, 78, 3, pp 601-610
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A dendrochronological study was carried out for a Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) tree that was uprooted in 1986 on a rocky terrace in the Slovensky Raj National Park. The tree was about 250-yr-old. Diameter growth was correlated with solar activity.

Author(s)
Chovanec, D.; Zachar, D.; Kozák, M.
Publisher
Vydala Priroda v Bratislave pre Ustredie Statnej Ochrany Prirody v Liptovskom Mikulasi, Bratislava, Slovakia,
Citation
Ochrana Prírody, 1991, 11, pp 196-212
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Studies were made of the growth of trees in Picea abies stands on a N. slope and in Pinus sylvestris stands on a S. slope at 1300-1600 m altitude in Bulgaria. Ring chronologies are presented for the two species over the period 1880-1988, and reveal asynchronous patterns, the significance of which...

Author(s)
Grozev, O.; Georgiev, N.
Citation
Gorsko Stopanstvo, 1991, 47, 5-6, pp 21-23
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Ring widths were determined on 851 sample trees of Pinus sylvestris from various regions and forest types in Estonia. Ring-width indices were obtained by the standard method (21-year sliding means), grouped according to forest type and geographical region. The governing factor for ring width was...

Author(s)
Lõhmus, E.
Citation
Metsanduslikud Uurimused, 1992, 25, pp 50-59
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Various statistical methods were used to analyse the correlation between width of annual rings and genotypes as determined by electrophoresis of 10 enzyme systems in needles of Pinus sylvestris and P. sibirica in western Siberia. Variability in width of the annual rings in each species was also...

Author(s)
Semerikov, L. F.; Semerikov, V. L.; Podogas, A. V.; Zhivotovskiĭ, L. A.; Shurkhal, A. V.
Citation
Russian Journal of Ecology, 1993, 24, 6, pp 372-377
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Measurements were made of the radial increment of old Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) trees growing as single individuals or as small groups within a stand of beech (Fagus sylvatica) in Germany, originally formed by planting pine in natural regeneration of beech in about 1840-45. The young pine had...

Author(s)
Staschel, R.; Greger, O.
Citation
Forst und Holz, 1993, 48, 18, pp 515-519

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