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We investigated the climate response of three Siberian taiga species, Larix cajanderi, Picea obovata, and Pinus sylvestris, across a latitudinal gradient in central Siberia. We hypothesized that warming is more frequently associated with increased growth for evergreen conifers (P. obovata and P....

Author(s)
Lloyd, A. H.; Bunn, A. G.; Berner, L.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Global Change Biology, 2011, 17, 5, pp 1935-1945
Abstract

Tree ring chronologies of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) and black pine (P. nigra Arnold) from the dry coniferous forest and the fresh mixed coniferous forest, as well as black alder (Alnus glutinosa (L.) Gaertn.) from the alder swamp forest, in the Słowiński National Park and neighbouring...

Author(s)
Kochanowski, D.; Bednarz, B.
Publisher
Wydawnictwo Akademii Rolniczej w Poznaniu, Poznań, Poland
Citation
Acta Scientiarum Polonorum - Silvarum Colendarum Ratio et Industria Lignaria, 2007, 6, 4, pp 29-47
Abstract

Question: What are the age structure and growth trends in a 160-year old not-managed Pinus sylvestris plantation with spontaneous development of Quercus robur and can recruitment of Q. robur be related to the radial growth pattern of the P. sylvestris overstorey? Location: Mattemburgh forest...

Author(s)
Goris, R.; Kint, V.; Haneca, K.; Geudens, G.; Beeckman, H.; Verheyen, K.
Publisher
Opulus Press, Uppsala, Sweden
Citation
Applied Vegetation Science, 2007, 10, 2, pp 219-228
Abstract

Pollen-stratigraphic, radiocarbon and tree-ring evidence from several sites on Rannoch Moor, western Scottish Highlands, show the following regional pine (Pinus sylvestris) history: a major expansion of pine woodland at approx. 6800-6600 BP; a significant reduction in regional pine cover between...

Author(s)
Bridge, M. C.; Haggart, B. A.; Lowe, J. J.
Citation
Journal of Ecology (Oxford), 1990, 78, 1, pp 77-99
Abstract

Radiocarbon and cross-dating of wood remnants, soil analyses, annual ring chronologies and age structures for a virgin high-altitude P. sylvestris forest suggest that a closed forest began a decline in the 11th century or somewhat later, which continued until the mid-19th century.

Author(s)
Kullman, L.
Citation
New Phytologist, 1987, 106, 3, pp 567-584
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

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