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Abrupt changes in growth persisting for several years were identified, dated and related to crown condition, site, region and ecological factors, using b.h. cores collected from pine, spruce and fir in several regions of Switzerland. Radial increment was only loosely related to needle density...

Author(s)
Schweingruber, F. H.
Citation
IAWA Bulletin, 1986, 7, 4, pp 277-283
Abstract

Tree growth-ring data from both living and fossil Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) from the Torneträsk region, N. Sweden, were used to reconstruct mean summer (April-August) temperatures for northern Fennoscandia for each year from AD 500 to the present. The 65 ring-width and 65 maximum-density series ...

Author(s)
Briffa, K. R.; Bartholin, T. S.; Eckstein, D.; Jones, P. D.; Karlén, W.; Schweingruber, F. H.; Zetterberg, P.
Citation
Nature (London), 1990, 346, 6283, pp 434-439
Abstract

Dendroclimatological investigations were made on cores covering up to 300 years taken from 35 trees of Pinus sylvestris on three plots on sphagnum bog areas in the Tomsk region (SW Siberia). The analysis shows that increment responses to environmental changes (i.e. to basic climatic and...

Author(s)
Vaganov, E. A.; Kachaev, A. V.
Citation
Lesovedenie, 1992, No. 6, pp 3-10
Abstract

In studies on Fagus sylvatica, Picea abies and Pinus sylvestris, growth ring structure was analysed by the change in wood density, and the effects of climatic conditions and fertilizer treatments on annual growth ring structure were determined. The results show that the structure of the annual ring ...

Author(s)
Lesnino, G.
Citation
AFZ/Der Wald, Allgemeine Forst Zeitschrift fur Waldwirtschaft und Umweltvorsorge, 1996, 51, 19, pp 1048-1051
Abstract

Pollen analytical, plant macrofossil and dendrochronological evidence together are used to reconstruct the late-glacial and Holocene vegetation history of the Highlands of Scotland. During the late-glacial period trees were almost, it not entirely, absent from the Highlands; vegetation analogous to ...

Author(s)
Huntley, B.; Daniell, J. R. G.; Allen, J. R. M.
Citation
Botanical Journal of Scotland, 1997, 49, 2, pp 163-175
Abstract

The climatic effect of a doubling of atmospheric CO2 was calculated for meteorological stations near 10 populations of 3 tree species (Pinus sylvestris, Larix decidua, Abies alba) in Provence and the French Alps using an Atmospheric General Circulation Model (AGCM, ARPEGE). This predicted a 3°C...

Author(s)
Keller, T.; Guiot, J.; Tessier, L.
Citation
Journal of Biogeography, 1997, 24, 6, pp 857-864
Abstract

A discussion of the use of dendrochronological techniques to determine the culmination of diameter increment in pine [Pinus sylvestris] and to simulate stand growth and the effects of climatic change.

Author(s)
Grigaliūnas, J.
Publisher
Dotnuva Akademija, Kedainiu Rajonas, Lithuania
Citation
Lietuvos klimato ir dirvožemio potencialo racionalaus naudojimo perspektyvos. Mokslinės konferecijos pranešimai Vilnius 1997 m. vasario mėn. 20d., 1997, pp 33-39
Abstract

Conclusive evidence for a rise in water levels has been found in connection with lake-sediment studies undertaken partly in collaboration with the pine megafossil sampling and dendrochronological work in northern Finnish Lapland. The change in lake level is shown by slow sedimentation rate in the...

Author(s)
Eronen, M.; Hyvärinen, H.; Zetterberg, P.
Citation
Holocene, 1999, 9, 5, pp 569-580
Abstract

A dendrochronological study was made on fossil stems of Scots pine, Pinus sylvestris, preserved in a peat bog at Hanvedsmossen, 50 km SW of Stockholm, Sweden. Of 56 sampled pines, 48 were assembled in a 204-year-long floating chronology. The chronology spans 1686-1483 BC±23 years. The stems are...

Author(s)
Gunnarson, B. E.
Citation
Geografiska Annaler. Series A, Physical Geography, 2000, 81, 3, pp 421-430
Abstract

A 403-yr tree-ring chronology (A.D. 1595-1997) was developed from living and dead Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) trees growing near the treeline on the Kola Peninsula in northwestern Russia, in the P. sylvestris-Betula pubescens forest tundra zone. Ring-width is significantly correlated with mean...

Author(s)
Gervais, B. R.; MacDonald, G. M.
Publisher
Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research, Boulder, USA
Citation
Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research, 2000, 32, 3, pp 295-302

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