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Plants' carbon uptake and allocation to different biomass compartments is an important process for both wood production and climate mitigation. Measurements of the net ecosystem carbon dioxide exchange between ecosystems and the atmosphere provide insights into the processes of photosynthesis,...

Author(s)
Lagergren, F.; Jönsson, A. M.; Linderson, H.; Lindroth, A.
Publisher
Springer-Verlag GmbH, Berlin, Germany
Citation
Trees: Structure and Function, 2019, 33, 3, pp 765-776
Abstract

We produced twentieth century stable isotope data from Pinus sylvestris trees near lakeshores and inland sites in northern Sweden (near Kiruna) and central Sweden (near Stockholm) to evaluate the influence of changing microsite conditions on the climate sensitivity of tree-ring δ13C and δ18O. The...

Author(s)
Esper, J.; Holzkämper, S.; Büntgen, U.; Schöne, B.; Keppler, F.; Hartl, C.; George, S. S.; Riechelmann, D. F. C.; Treydte, K.
Publisher
Springer-Verlag GmbH, Berlin, Germany
Citation
Trees: Structure and Function, 2018, 32, 3, pp 855-869
Abstract

In Scandinavia, dendrochronological reconstructions of past climate have mostly been based on tree-ring data from forests in which there has been, supposedly, very little or no human impact. However, human land use in sub-alpine forests has a substantially longer history and more profound effects...

Author(s)
Gunnarson, B. E.; Josefsson, T.; Linderholm, H. W.; Östlund, L.
Publisher
Inter-Research Science Center, Oldendorf, Germany
Citation
Climate Research, 2012, 53, 1, pp 63-76
Abstract

Changing climate in the Arctic is expected to have significant effects on the pattern and distribution of terrestrial vegetation. Species characteristic of specific zones in the mountains of northern Sweden have been shown to migrate up- and down-slope with changes in climate over the Holocene....

Author(s)
Young, A. B.; Cairns, D. M.; Lafon, C. W.; Moen, J.; Martin, L. E.
Publisher
NRC Research Press, Ottawa, Canada
Citation
Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 2011, 41, 3, pp 450-459
Abstract

The fire history of Norra Kvills National Park in southeastern hemiboreal Sweden was reconstructed for the last 600 years by cross-dating of fire scars in trees, stumps and snags of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris). Between 1401 and 1770, forty different fires were recorded; fire frequency at point...

Author(s)
Niklasson, M.; Drakenberg, B.
Publisher
Elsevier Science Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Biological Conservation, 2001, 101, 1, pp 63-71
Abstract

Dendrochronological methods were used to investigate past Saami use of forest resources in northern Sweden, and to reconstruct temporal and spatial aspects of fire disturbances including vegetation successional patterns. This thesis comprises a summary paper, and four research papers (the latter in ...

Author(s)
Niklasson, M.
Publisher
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden
Citation
Acta Universitatis Agriculturae Sueciae - Silvestria, 1998, No. 52, pp 32 + 85 pp.
Abstract

This article presents a case study in which the fire history of Tiveden National Park, located in southern Sweden, is analysed. Data used in the analysis are based on cross-dated fire chronologies of fire-damaged Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) trees. Historical fire data were compared with available ...

Author(s)
Page, H. D.; Niklasson, M.; Källgren, S.; Granström, A.; Goldammer, J. G.
Citation
Forstarchiv, 1997, 68, 2, pp 43-50
Abstract

The history of a pine (Pinus sylvestris) dominated forest stand in northern Sweden was documented using dendrochronological crossdating techniques on stumps, fallen logs and living trees within a 0.1 ha sample plot. The forest stand was exploited for the first time in the early 19th century. Prior...

Author(s)
Östlund, L.; Linderson, H.
Citation
Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research, 1995, 10, 1, pp 56-64
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

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