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A 2-part simulation model of the structure of the annual ring is proposed. Part 1 computes the relative rate of growth (cell production) according to the current values of the climatic variables, viz. precipitation, air temperature and soil moisture content. Part 2 transforms these growth data into ...

Author(s)
Vaganov, E. A.; Sviderskaya, I. V.; Kondrat'eva, E. N.
Citation
Lesovedenie, 1990, No. 2, pp 37-45
Abstract

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
Abstract

A set of 23 ring width and max. latewood density chronologies of Pinus sylvestris at sites in Norway, Sweden, Finland and northern USSR was used to estimate mean July-Aug. temperature. Several prediction models were tested; the best results were achieved with a simple 2-variable model in which...

Author(s)
Briffa, K. R.; Jones, P. D.; Pilcher, J. R.; Hughes, M. K.
Citation
Arctic and Alpine Research, 1988, 20, 4, pp 385-394
Abstract

Data on numbers of scars left by ripe and undeveloped cones and of lateral vegetative shoots (corresponding to initials that did not develop sexually) were determined for 1925-84 from 6 Pinus sibirica trees on a test plot near Zorkal'tsevo, Tomsk District, at some distance from the southern range...

Author(s)
Nesvetailo, V. D.
Citation
Soviet Journal of Ecology, 1987, 18, 6, pp 282-287
Abstract

A dendrochronological study was made on Scots pine and Norway spruce trees growing together in a mixed stand in Soviet Karelia, and comparisons were made with trees growing in pure stands. The ring series studied were 204 yr for spruce and 190 yr for pine. Years of extremely high and extremely low...

Author(s)
Barzut, V. M.
Citation
Lesnoĭ Zhurnal, 1984, No. 3, pp 113-115
Abstract

Dendrochronological scales for Norway spruce and Scots pine in NW Russia are presented for the period 631-1200. The oldest material was from late 8th century log structures excavated at Staraya Ladoga; other material came from Novgorod and Pskov.

Author(s)
Kolchin, B. A.; Chernykh, N. B.
Publisher
Dendroklimatokhronologicheskaya Laboratoriya Instituta Botaniki AN Litovskoĭ SSR, Kaunas, Lithuanian SSR
Citation
Dendroklimatologicheskie shkaly Sovetskogo Soyuza, 1981, pp 50-64
Abstract

Part 2 contains 15 papers presenting dendrochronological scales for different regions of the USSR. Species represented are Abies nordmanniana, Larix gmelinii, Picea abies, P. orientalis, P. schrenkiana, Pinus cembra, P. sibirica and P. sylvestris. The oldest scales from archaeological material of...

Publisher
Dendroklimatokhronologicheskaya Laboratoriya Instituta Botaniki AN Litovskoĭ SSR, Kaunas, Lithuanian SSR
Citation
Dendroklimatologicheskie shkaly Sovetskogo Soyuza: chast' II., 1981, pp 121pp.
Abstract

Indices of variation of ring width were used to study the pattern of increment of Pinus sylvestris growing on mineral soils with normal moisture status in Latvia. Over the period 1892-1970, there were 31 years of abnormally great radial increment. The increments for these years were analysed in...

Author(s)
Shpalte, E. P.
Citation
Lesovedenie, 1978, No. 3, pp 11-18
Abstract

A total of 72 cores was taken from 18 trees in a Scots pine stand of mean age 80 yr in the Archangel region (mean ht. 12.2 m, mean diam. 14.7 cm, standing vol. 136 m3/ha). Analyses were made of the ring widths (approx. 5000 rings), and graphs are presented showing increment % from 1900 to 1975 in...

Author(s)
Feklistov, P. A.
Citation
Lesovedenie, 1978, No. 2, pp 23-28
Abstract

[See FA 38, 399] Growth ring measurements were made on samples taken in 1973-76 from a total of 450 pines [Pinus sylvestris] on 36 sites in the Sosnogorsk State Forest, Komi ASSR, and in the Gainsk and Yurlinsk State Forests north of Perm. Growth cycles were identified by means of sliding averages...

Author(s)
Olenin, S. M.
Citation
Ekologiya, 1977, No. 6, pp 72-75

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