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Increment cores were taken at 1.3 m height from a total of 155 old stems in two 130-yr-old Scots pine [Pinus sylvestris] stands with naturally regenerated 40-yr-old pine understorey in Kampinos National Park, Poland. Patterns of increment were very close in the 2 stands, especially over the past 60 ...

Rymarz, J.
Sylwan, 1992, 136, 9, pp 53-58

A study of variations in the width of growth rings of Pinus sylvestris and of variations in rainfall for the period 1872-1944 showed no distinct correlation for individual trees, but good correlation for the averaged annual variations for 9 trees from the same site, of about the same age and height ...

Zinkiewicz, W.
Ann. Univ. M. Curie-Sklodowska, Lublin (Ser. B), 1946, 1, 1, pp 177-234