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Located in the western Mediterranean basin, the island of Corsica (France) is expected to be strongly affected by climate change. With its diverse topography and altitudinal gradients from sea level to 2700 m asl, it hosts two pine species, i.e. Pinus pinaster in lower areas and P. nigra ssp. ...

Author(s)
Häusser, M.; Szymczak, S.; Garel, E.; Santoni, S.; Huneau, F.; Bräuning, A.
Publisher
Elsevier GmbH, München, Germany
Citation
Dendrochronologia, 2019, 54, pp 49-55
Abstract

Given recent climatic trends, it is crucial to understand the plasticity and adaptiveness of forest trees in order to evaluate their current and future responses to changing climatic conditions. We investigated inter- and intra-annual xylem growth and its relation to weather factors in European...

Author(s)
Martinez Castillo, E. del; Prislan, P.; Gričar, J.; Gryc, V.; Merela, M.; Giagli, K.; Luis, M. de; Vavrčík, H.; Čufar, K.
Publisher
Elsevier GmbH, München, Germany
Citation
Dendrochronologia, 2018, 52, pp 1-10
Abstract

Insect outbreaks constitute major disturbances and global climate changes are expected to increase their frequency and severity. In Canada, an increase in outbreak severity of the jack pine budworm is expected as a consequence of more frequent droughts associated with climate changes. In this...

Author(s)
Robson, J. R. M.; Conciatori, F.; Tardif, J. C.; Knowles, K.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Forest Ecology and Management, 2015, 347, pp 83-95
Abstract

Native pathogens are normally limited in the damage they cause by host resistance and (or) environmental conditions that limit one or more phases of the disease cycle. Changes to host or environmental conditions can relax these limits and result in disease emergence. Until recently, Dothistroma...

Author(s)
Welsh, C.; Lewis, K.; Woods, A.
Publisher
National Research Council of Canada, Ottawa, Canada
Citation
Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 2009, 39, 12, pp 2505-2519
Abstract

Synchronous (mast) seeding and synchronous tree ring growth within sites are well known phenomena among temperate zone trees, but information on the geographic or taxonomic extent of such synchronous growth or reproduction, or about the geographic extent of switching between them is sparse. By...

Author(s)
Koenig, W. D.; Knops, J. M. H.
Citation
Nature (London), 1998, 396, 6708, pp 225-226
Abstract

Data for diameter increment of main timberline species in the Dolomites, N. Italy are presented. Two different approaches were integrated in the study of Picea abies, Larix decidua and P. cembra responses to climate at different scale levels. A dendroecological analysis assessed long-term forest...

Author(s)
Anfodillo, T.; Carrer, M.; Rento, S.; Urbinati, C.
Publisher
Societe Francaise d'Ecologie, Paris, France
Citation
Ecologie, 1998, 29, 1/2, pp 253-259
Abstract

Outbreaks of the larch budmoth (LBM) recur cyclically approximately every 7-10 yr in subalpine larch/cembran pine and montane to subalpine larch/Norway spruce forests of the relatively dry valleys of the European Alps. By dendroecologically analysing increment cores from 570 host (European larch, ...

Author(s)
Weber, U. M.
Citation
Trees: Structure and Function, 1997, 11, 5, pp 277-290
Abstract

A total of 1 808 Corsican pine (Pinus nigra subsp. laricio var. corsicana) were sampled in western France (Pays-de-la Loire region). Changing mean increment rates for each tree, and the relationship between stem radial growth and present crown conditions were studied. For each ring, earlywood and...

Author(s)
Lebourgeois, F.; Becker, M.
Citation
Annales des Sciences Forestières, 1996, 53, 5, pp 931-946

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