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This book consists of a series of reviews, each with a bibliography (mainly of Scandinavian references), on the following subjects: (i) The history of the forest vegetation of Norway. (ii) The distribution of conifers in Norway and conditions for natural regeneration at their limits of...

Author(s)
Ording, A.
Publisher
Grondahl & Sons Boktrykkeri, Oslo, Norway
Citation
Recent advances in forest research. 1. Forest Botany., 1944, pp 244 pp.
Abstract

A study of variations in the width of growth rings of Pinus sylvestris and of variations in rainfall for the period 1872-1944 showed no distinct correlation for individual trees, but good correlation for the averaged annual variations for 9 trees from the same site, of about the same age and height ...

Author(s)
Zinkiewicz, W.
Citation
Ann. Univ. M. Curie-Sklodowska, Lublin (Ser. B), 1946, 1, 1, pp 177-234
Abstract

Increment cores were taken from 2079 Pines and 2658 Spruce in, respectively, 131 and 199 sample plots in N. Sweden laid out in unthinned stands. Mean annual-ring widths were calculated from at least 10 representative sample trees of the species per plot and the values for each calendar year from...

Author(s)
Eklund, B.
Citation
Meddelanden fran Statens Skogsforskningsinstitut, 1954, 44, 8, pp 150
Abstract

After a brief historical review of literature, the author deals with the material studied-chiefly Beech and Norway Spruce, but also some Oak (Quercus robur), Ash (Fraxinus excelsior), Alder (Alnus glutinosa), Silver and Douglas Firs, Sitka Spruce, Scots Pine and Juniperus communis, all grown in...

Author(s)
Holmsgaard, E.
Citation
Forstlige Forsoksvaesen i Danmark, 1955, 22, 1, pp 1-246
Abstract

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

Approximately 23, 500 measurements were made on 12, 200 growth rings of Scots Pine. A standard series for the years 1815-1954 was based on 11 discs from trees felled in 1951 plus borer samples from 11 standing trees. The correlation between this series and that for E. Norway previously published by ...

Author(s)
Eidem, P.
Citation
Tidsskrift for Skogbruk, 1956, 64, 2, pp 96-116
Abstract

Using extensive ring-count data for Spruce and Pine in Thuringia, covering the period 1901-25, the effects of aspect (and through it, temperature) on yield is statistically examined. The weather-controlled variation in diameter increment decreases with age of tree, and also with increasing rainfall ...

Author(s)
Koch, H. G.
Citation
Archiv fur Forstwissenschaft, 1956, 5, 9/10, pp 673-89
Abstract

Mean values of ring widths, each taken from 4 radii, in discs from 4 stems in each of 38 Spruce and 21 Pine sites, were compared with meteorological data for 1901-25 [cf. F.A. 19 No. 806]. Correlations and regressions were calculated between the total rainfall and mean temperatures of the growing...

Author(s)
Koch, H. G.
Citation
Archiv fur Forstwissenschaft, 1958, 7, 1, pp 27-49
Abstract

Using disks cut at a height of 1.3 m. from 34, dominant sample trees of Picea abies and Pinus sylvestris, the influence of climate on diameter increment was investigated for the period 1853-1950. The influence of favourable weather, dry weather, heavy precipitation, fluctuating soil moisture during ...

Author(s)
Dmitrieva, E. V.
Citation
Botanicheskii Zhurnal, 1959, 44, 2, pp 162-76
Abstract

Tree-ring measurements on Scots Pines at 1950 ft. in the Rothiemurchus forests of N.E. Scotland are presented as standardized indices and compared with climatic anomalies for the years 1900 to 1957. Abnormally wide rings occurred in 1900, 1923, 1943 and 1955, but the climatic explanation for this...

Author(s)
Schove, D. J.; Frewer, A.
Citation
Scottish Forestry, 1961, 15, 2, pp 63-71

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