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Proactive silviculture treatments (e.g., thinning) may increase C sequestration contributing to climate change mitigation, although, there are still questions about this effect in Mediterranean pine forests. The aim of this research was to quantify the storage of biomass and soil organic carbon in ...

Author(s)
Navarro-Cerrillo, R. M.; Ruiz-Gómez, F. J.; Camarero, J. J.; Castillo, V.; Barberá, G. G.; Palacios-Rodríguez, G.; Navarro, F. B.; Blanco, J. A.; Imbert, J. B.; Cachinero-Vivar, A. M.; Molina, A. J.; Campo, A. D. del
Publisher
MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland
Citation
Forests, 2022, 13, 3,
Abstract

The steep scarps of river terraces surrounding the floodplains of meandering rivers are locations with concentrations of active geomorphic slope processes. Thus, knowledge of their past behaviour and present-day activity is of high importance. This study presents a dendrogeomorphic analysis of five ...

Author(s)
Šilhán, K.
Publisher
Springer Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany
Citation
Landslides, 2022, 19, 3, pp 621-635
Abstract

Diplodia shoot blight is an emergent forest disease in Europe caused by Diplodia sapinea. The short-term impacts of the pathogen on tree physiology are well known, but its capacity to cause mortality has been poorly documented. We compared the survival of four pine species affected by Diplodia...

Author(s)
Caballol, M.; Ridley, M.; Colangelo, M.; Valeriano, C.; Camarero, J. J.; Oliva, J.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Forest Ecology and Management, 2022, 505,
Abstract

Regional and local climate change depends on continentality, orography, and human activities. In particular, local climate modification by water reservoirs can reach far from shore and downstream. Among the possible ecological consequences are shifts in plant performance. Tree-ring width of...

Author(s)
Zhirnova, D. F.; Belokopytova, L. V.; Meko, D. M.; Babushkina, E. A.; Vaganov, E. A.
Publisher
Nature Publishing Group, London, UK
Citation
Scientific Reports, 2021, 11, 7,
Abstract

Forests are key elements in mitigating the effects of climate change due to the fact of their carbon sequestration capacity. Forest management can be oriented to optimise the carbon sequestration capacity of forest stands, in line with other productive objectives and the generation of ecosystem...

Author(s)
Cachinero-Vivar, A. M.; Palacios-Rodríguez, G.; Lara-Gómez, M. A.; Navarro-Cerrillo, R. M.
Publisher
MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland
Citation
Forests, 2021, 12, 11,
Abstract

Global climate change impacts the functioning and productivity of forest ecosystems at various spatiotemporal scales across a wide range of biomes. Although summer temperatures are considered the main driver of boreal tree growth, the importance of soil moisture availability is likely to rise with...

Author(s)
Arzac, A.; Tychkov, I.; Rubtsov, A.; Tabakova, M. A.; Brezhnev, R.; Koshurnikova, N.; Knorre, A.; Büntgen, U.
Publisher
Springer Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany
Citation
European Journal of Forest Research, 2021, 140, 6, pp 1487-1498
Abstract

The paper presents the results of the annual rings width research of the trunk test core sampled from standing common pines. The purpose of the research is the analysis of the ability to use the radial recruitment changes of the trees growing in different natural zones for further reconstruction...

Author(s)
Vakhnina, I. L.; Zamana, L. V.
Publisher
IOP Publishing Ltd, Bristol, UK
Citation
IOP Conference Series : Earth and Environmental Science, 2021, 629,
Abstract

This study's objective was to conduct species identification and tree-ring dating of wooden elements used in Mungyeong Juheulgwan of Joryeong (Gate No. 1). Of the 84 wooden elements evaluated, 76 were confirmed to be hard pines, 5 were soft pines, and 3 belonged to Abies spp. For tree-ring dating,...

Author(s)
Lee KwangHee; Park ChangHyun; Kim SooChul
Publisher
Korean Society of Wood Science and Technology, Seoul, Korea Republic
Citation
Mokchae Konghak = Journal of the Korean Wood Science and Technology, 2021, 49, 6, pp 550-565
Abstract

Subfossil trees with their annual rings constitute the most accurate and precise archive to calibrate the radiocarbon (14C) method. The Holocene part of the IntCal curve is based on tree-ring chronologies, absolutely dated by dendrochronological matching. For the Northern Hemisphere, the absolute...

Author(s)
Capano, M.; Miramont, C.; Shindo, L.; Guibal, F.; Marschal, C.; Kromer, B.; Tuna, T.; Bard, E.
Publisher
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK
Citation
Radiocarbon, 2020, 62, 4, pp 901-918
Abstract

Subfossil trunks of pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) from the Late Weichselian were discovered in the site Koźmin in the Koło Basin, central Poland (Dzieduszyńska et al., 2014a). Another part of organic sediments with trunks was excavated in the frame of the research project. Altogether 224 samples from...

Author(s)
Krąpiec, M.; Szychowska-Krapiec, E.; Barniak, J.; Goslar, T.; Kittel, P.; Michczyńska, D. J.; Michczyński, A.; Piotrowska, N.; Rakowski, A.; Wiktorowski, D.
Publisher
Sciendo, Warsaw, Poland
Citation
Geochronometria, 2020, 47, 101-111, pp 101-111

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