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The investigated northwest German mire site at Totes Moor is densely covered with subfossil pine stumps (Pinus sylvestris L.) from the fen-bog transition. This facilitates the spatio-temporal reconstruction of mire development, which is based on 212 in situ tree stumps in the case study presented...

Author(s)
Achterberg, I. E. M.; Eckstein, J.; Birkholz, B.; Bauerochse, A.; Leuschner, H. H.
Publisher
Copernicus GmbH, Katienburg-Lindau, Germany
Citation
Climate of the Past, 2018, 14, 1, pp 85-100
Abstract

Stable hydrogen isotope ratios of lignin methoxyl groups (δ2HLM values) in wood have been shown to mirror the δ2H signatures of precipitation (δ2Hprecip values). Thus, δ2HLM values were suggested to serve as a potential paleotemperature proxy since δ2Hprecip values are dominantly controlled by air...

Author(s)
Anhäuser, T.; Greule, M.; Keppler, F.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Science of the Total Environment, 2017, 579, pp 263-271
Abstract

Palaeoclimate proxies have shown links between climate changes and volcanic activity. However, not much is known about the impact of volcanic outbursts on growth of lowland trees. We investigate the effect of large volcanic eruptions on the growth rate of trees. The study is based on an unexplored...

Author(s)
Pieper, H.; Heinrich, I.; Heussner, K. U.; Helle, G.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 2014, 411, pp 155-166
Abstract

Tree-ring chronologies of Pinus sylvestris L. from latitudinal and altitudinal limits of the species distribution have been widely used for climate reconstructions, but there are many sites within the temperate climate zone, as is the case in northeastern Germany, at which there is little evidence...

Author(s)
Wei Liang; Heinrich, I.; Simard, S.; Helle, G.; Liñàn, I. D.; Heinken, T.
Publisher
Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK
Citation
Tree Physiology, 2013, 33, 8, pp 833-844
Abstract

The relationships between the radial growth of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) and both temperature and precipitation were studied at 17 sites in the North-Eastern German lowlands. Furthermore, we investigated the influence of soil water availability on growth response to detect whether this...

Author(s)
Bauwe, A.; Koch, M.; Kallweit, R.; Konopatzky, A.; Strohbach, B.; Lennartz, B.
Publisher
Lithuanian Forest Research Institute (Lietuvos Misku Institutas), Kaunas, Lithuania
Citation
Baltic Forestry, 2013, 19, 2, pp 212-225
Abstract

Dendroclimatic investigations of subfossil Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) from two raised bogs in southern Sweden yielded a continuous floating 1492-year long tree-ring record. By cross-dating with bog-pine chronologies from Lower Saxony, Germany, the South Swedish record was assigned an absolute...

Author(s)
Edvardsson, J.; Leuschner, H. H.; Linderson, H.; Linderholm, H. W.; Hammarlund, D.
Publisher
Elsevier GmbH, München, Germany
Citation
Dendrochronologia, 2012, 30, 2, pp 93-103
Abstract

This proceedings comprises 14 papers presenting the usefulness of dendrochronology in providing information on scientific questions about the past and to help prepare for the future. These papers focused on growth ring chronology of different trees, indicators of mid-Holocene climate variability,...

Author(s)
Helama, S.; Devall, M. S.
Publisher
Elsevier GmbH, München, Germany
Citation
Dendrochronologia, 2012, 30, 2, pp 67-194
Abstract

Douglas-fir, introduced in Europe in the 19th century, is of high economic interest because of its enormous growth performance. Whether its growth potential remains higher than that of native tree species over the course of climatic changes must be examined by analyses of climate sensitivity....

Author(s)
Fischer, S.; Neuwirth, B.
Publisher
J.D. Sauerländer's Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Citation
Allgemeine Forst- und Jagdzeitung, 2012, 183, 1/2, pp 23-33
Abstract

In this study, we provide a detailed analysis of tree growth and water status in relation to climate of three major species of forest trees in lower regions of Bavaria, Southern Germany: Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris), Norway spruce (Picea abies) and common oak (Quercus robur). Tree-ring...

Author(s)
Zang, C.; Pretzsch, H.; Rothe, A.
Publisher
Springer-Verlag GmbH, Berlin, Germany
Citation
Trees: Structure and Function, 2012, 26, 2, pp 557-569
Abstract

Question: Can investigations of subfossil bog-pine woodlands contribute to the understanding of mire development, especially the influence of climate fluctuations on the fen-bog transition? Location: Lowlands of northwest Germany. Methods: We investigated pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) tree remains...

Author(s)
Eckstein, J.; Leuschner, H. H.; Bauerochse, A.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Journal of Vegetation Science, 2011, 22, 5, pp 781-794

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