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Lack of long-term tree-ring records in the core regions of the Asian summer monsoon in southeastern China limits our ability of evaluating the current climate change in a historical context. In this study, we developed the first 218-year tree-ring chronology (1798-2015) of Pinus massoniana in...

Author(s)
Wang Lei; Fang KeYan; Chen Dai; Dong ZhiPeng; Zhou FeiFei; Li YingJun; Zhang Peng; Ou TingHai; Guo GuoYang; Cao XinGuang; Yu MingTong
Publisher
Wiley, Chichester, UK
Citation
International Journal of Climatology, 2018, 38, 14, pp 5293-5304
Abstract

To explore the relationship of long-term drought variations with climate warming, the relative humidity from April to September (RH49) in eastern Inner Mongolia was reconstructed based on tree-ring width over the past 135 years. There was also good correlation between the ring-width index and the...

Author(s)
Sun Bo; Liu Yu; Lei Ying; Guo LingXia
Publisher
Elsevier GmbH, München, Germany
Citation
Dendrochronologia, 2017, 42, pp 73-79
Abstract

A 210 yr tree-ring chronology (1804-2013) was developed from Pinus massoniana trees at Gu Mountain of Fujian Province in southeastern China, which is the nearest chronology to the coastal area of the East China Sea. The highest correlations with monthly climate variables were observed for...

Author(s)
Li YingJun; Fang KeYan; Cao ChunFu; Li DaWen; Zhou FeiFei; Dong ZhiPeng; Zhang Yu; Gan ZhanFeng
Publisher
Inter-Research Science Center, Oldendorf, Germany
Citation
Climate Research, 2016, 67, 3, pp 209-220
Abstract

We developed a tree-ring width chronology from pine trees (Pinus tabulaeformis and Pinus armandii) stand near the peaks of Huashan, Shaanxi, north-central China. Growth-climate response analyses showed that the radial growth of pine trees is mainly influenced by April-June precipitation. A model to ...

Author(s)
Chen Feng; Zhang RuiBo; Wang HuiQin; Qin Li; Yuan YuJiang
Publisher
Springer-Wien, Wien, Austria
Citation
Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 2016, 123, 3/4, pp 723-732
Abstract

Tendencies of climatic variability indicate that northern Mexico will soon suffer from severe drought. Modeling the influence of climate and ecological processes would help researchers better understand the future implication of climatic variations. Here, we reconstructed historical seasonal...

Author(s)
Pompa-García, M.; Jurado, E.
Publisher
Springer-Wien, Wien, Austria
Citation
Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 2014, 117, 3/4, pp 495-500
Abstract

According to two sets of samples of young Pinus thunbergii trees obtained from two individual sites in Mengshan Mountain, single-point and regional tree-ring width chronologies were developed. Based on statistical parameter from the chronologies, we analyzed relationships between tree radial growth ...

Author(s)
Chen Feng; Yu ShuLong; Yuan YuJiang
Publisher
Journal of West China Forestry Science, Kunming, China
Citation
Journal of West China Forestry Science, 2014, 43, 6, pp 57-65
Abstract

Human-induced changes in atmospheric composition are expected to affect primary productivity across terrestrial biomes. Recent changes in productivity have been observed in many forest ecosystems, but low-latitude upper tree line forests remain to be investigated. Here, we use dendrochronological...

Author(s)
Gómez-Guerrero, A.; Silva, L. C. R.; Barrera-Reyes, M.; Kishchuk, B.; Velázquez-Martínez, A.; Martínez-Trinidad, T.; Plascencia-Escalante, F. O.; Horwath, W. R.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Global Change Biology, 2013, 19, 6, pp 1748-1758
Abstract

South Florida slash pine (Pinus elliottii var. densa) is the southernmost pine species in the United States and the foundation species of the globally endangered pine rockland communities in south Florida. To test if slash pine produces annual growth rings in the Lower Florida Keys, we counted the...

Author(s)
Harley, G. L.; Grissino-Mayer, H. D.; Horn, S. P.
Publisher
Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research, University of Arizona, Tucson, USA
Citation
Tree-Ring Research, 2011, 67, 1, pp 39-50

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