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Investigations were made in 1985-87 in two stands exhibiting different damage symptoms: (1) needle losses, abbreviated leaders and side shoots, grey-green needles, and occasional mortality; and (2) needle yellowing and shedding, parts of crown dying, and stand break-up because of increased...

Author(s)
Pretzsch, H.
Citation
Forstarchiv, 1989, 60, 2, pp 62-69
Abstract

The principles and application of the increment-trend (dendrochronological) method are described. Assuming that the increment-trend of damaged and undamaged trees would now be similar (regardless of their absolute increment level), the increment loss can be deduced from the deviations in trend...

Author(s)
Pretzsch, H.; Utschig, H.
Citation
Forstarchiv, 1989, 60, 5, pp 188-193
Abstract

Four papers are presented: Dendrochronology applied to the investigation of tree decline (Eckstein, D.), presenting 4 case studies from W. Germany to assess the effects of natural and man-made stresses on annual increment; Dendrochronology and mortality of trees in the Alpine region (Z'Graggen, S....

Author(s)
Eckstein, D.; Z'Graggen, S.; Serre-Bachet, F.; Mariani, M.
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Istituto Italiano di Dendrocronologia, Verona, Italy
Citation
Dendrocronologia e moria del bosco in Europa. Atti del convegno tenuto a Verona-Pescantina il 10 ottobre 1986., 1987, pp 52 pp.
Abstract

Results are presented of dendrochronological studies on dominant Scots pine trees in test plots in the Ruhr region of W. Germany. Growth ring width tended to increase during periods of decreasing air pollution associated with industrial stagnation (1922-1933, 1944-1950), and to decrease during...

Author(s)
Courtois, H.
Citation
Allgemeine Forstzeitschrift, 1982, No. 29, pp 868
Abstract

A review of several studies. Subfossil oak and pine deposited in postglacial gravels along the floodplains of valleys in southern Central Europe (W. Germany) have provided information on postglacial activity of rivers and forest vegetation history. Growth ring studies on subfossil pine and oak from ...

Author(s)
Becker, B.
Citation
Allgemeine Forstzeitschrift, 1979, No. 49, pp 1360-1364
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Core samples were taken from 60- to 120-yr-old trees in 3 areas: (a) Gaildorf (Baden-Wurtemberg), (b) Lienzingen (Rhineland-Palatinate), and (c) Ulefoss (S. Norway). Fourteen density- and/or width-based characters within growth rings were analysed, including their medium- and long-term variation...

Author(s)
Kall, T. von der
Citation
Mitteilungen, Forstliche Verscshs- und Forschungsanstalt, Baden-W├╝rttemberg, No. 89, pp ii + 129 pp.

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