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The need to understand lake level variability in the Great Lakes is underscored by record low stands in 2012 followed by a quick shift back to the historic averages by 2014 in the Michigan-Huron basins. These rapid changes have important implications for near-shore ecology, sedimentology, water...

Author(s)
Larson, E. R.; Rawling, J. E., III
Publisher
Elsevier B. V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Journal of Great Lakes Research, 2016, 42, 2, pp 328-335
Abstract

Historical timbers have been sampled from buildings at 13 sites in Willsboro, New York, on the west shore of Lake Champlain. Ring-width series from 139 timbers have been successfully crossdated and used to develop tree-ring chronologies for ash (Fraxinus spp.), oak (Quercus spp.), pine (Pinus...

Author(s)
Barclay, D. J.; Rayburn, J. A.
Publisher
Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research, University of Arizona, Tucson, USA
Citation
Tree-Ring Research, 2014, 70, 2, pp 79-90
Abstract

In this study conducted in La Mauricie National Park (south-central Quéec), two tree-ring series of eastern hemlock (Tsuga canadensis) and white pine (Pinus strobus) were constructed, based on old living trees and dead stems (mainly sunken raft logs). In spite of a low sampling depth before the...

Author(s)
Marchand, N.; Filion, L.
Publisher
Canadian Institute of Forestry, Ottawa, Canada
Citation
Forestry Chronicle, 2014, 90, 3, pp 351-360
Abstract

Radial growth patterns are examined in relation to the historical development, disturbance history, and climate responses of an old-growth hemlock forest located in central Pennsylvania. Hemlock recruited continuously from the mid 1700s through 1890 with a sharp pulse of regeneration between 1860...

Author(s)
Black, B. A.; Abrams, M. D.
Publisher
Torrey Botanical Society, Allen Press Inc., Lawrence, USA
Citation
Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society, 2005, 132, 1, pp 103-114
Abstract

The detection of release events in the annual growth increments of trees has become a central and widely applied method for reconstructing the disturbance history of forests. While numerous approaches have been developed for identifying release events, the preponderance of these methods relies on...

Author(s)
Druckenbrod, D. L.
Publisher
National Research Council of Canada, Ottawa, Canada
Citation
Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 2005, 35, 4, pp 868-876
Abstract

Dendrochronological techniques were used to investigate the dynamics of an old-growth forest on the extreme slope (65%) at Ice Glen Natural Area in southwestern Massachusetts. The site represented a rare opportunity to study the disturbance history, successional development, and responses to...

Author(s)
Abrams, M. D.; Gevel, S. van de; Dodson, R. C.; Copenheaver, C. A.
Citation
Canadian Journal of Botany, 2000, 78, 7, pp 851-861
Abstract

Dendroecological techniques were used to examine the patterns of canopy recruitment in relation to disturbance history for 2 dominant but ecologically contrasting species, Pinus strobus (white pine, disturbance dependent) and Tsuga canadensis (hemlock, late successional), in a 300-yr-old primary...

Author(s)
Abrams, M. D.; Orwig, D. A.
Citation
Journal of Ecology (Oxford), 1996, 84, 3, pp 353-363

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