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Some results are presented for Abies alba and Pinus sylvestris in the Valais where abrupt long-term growth reduction in annual ring sequences were identified from as early as 1921; greatest damage occurred in the early 1970s. From 1977 onwards, recovery is apparent from the Valais but not from the...

Author(s)
Schweingruber, F. H.; Kontic, R.; Niederer, M.; Nippel, C. A.; Winkler-Seifert, A.
Citation
Berichte, Eidgenössische Anstalt für das Forstliche Versuchswesen, Switzerland, 1985, No. 270, pp 189-192
Abstract

Density curves examined in conjunction with X-ray photographs of increment cores of Abies alba, Picea abies, Pinus sylvestris and Pseudotsuga menziesii, show that they give a reliable picture of moisture distribution within the annual rings. Minimum and maximum values (particularly the maximum)...

Author(s)
Polge, H.
Citation
Mem. Soc. Bot. France, 1966, 1966, pp 123-8
Abstract

Describes a study based on 344 increment cores covering 50 years, taken from Norway Spruce, Silver Fir, and Scots Pine in farm forests of S.W. Styria, originally in connexion with an investigation of the effect of stand structure on growth. The material was analysed for effect of mean temperature...

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Moser, W.; Mark, E.
Citation
Zentralblatt fur das gesamte Forstwesen, 1963, 80, 2, pp 73-98
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

Annual-ring diagrams have been prepared for Scots Pine in the Tharandt forest during the 19th century. The fairly constant extreme values show clear correspondences with the variations of precipitation in the area. Ring variations were also studied back to 1690 for Silver Fir and Yew from the...

Author(s)
Huber, B.
Citation
Mitt. H. Goring-Akad. dtsch. Forstwiss., 1941, 1, pp 110-25

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