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Author(s)
Park WonKyu; Yadav, R. R.; Ovtchinnikov, D.
Publisher
CABI Publishing, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Tree-ring analysis: biological, methodological and environmental aspects., 1999, pp 287-297
Abstract

Compared to the alpine regions of Austria, the eastern part of the country is overall warmer and drier with some tree species growing at the dry limit within their ecological range. This suggests that tree rings may be a valuable proxy for hydroclimatic variability. In this study, we develop...

Author(s)
Karanitsch-Ackerl, S.; Holawe, F.; Laaha, G.; Wimmer, R.; Grabner, M.
Publisher
Elsevier GmbH, München, Germany
Citation
Dendrochronologia, 2017, 45, pp 39-51
Abstract

When growing conditions temporarily become severe before the end of the season, cells with smaller sizes are formed and with the return of more favourable condition, the subsequently formed cells are again larger with thinner walls. The resulting bands within the growth layer are called...

Author(s)
Wimmer, R.; Strumia, G.
Publisher
Vytautas Magnus University, Vileikos 8, Lithuania
Citation
Proceedings of the international conference: Dendrochronology and environmental trends, 17-21 June, 1998, Kaunas, Lithuania., 1998, pp 139-147
Abstract

Author(s)
Chernavskaya, M. M.; Grissino-Mayer, H. D.; Krenke, A. N.; Pushin, A. V.
Publisher
CABI Publishing, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Tree-ring analysis: biological, methodological and environmental aspects., 1999, pp 185-190
Abstract

The tree species used in this dendrochronological research were Pinus wallichiana, Abies spectabilis and Picea smithiana.

Author(s)
Schmidt, B.; Wazny, T.; Malla, K.; Höfs, E.; Khalessi, M.
Publisher
CABI Publishing, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Tree-ring analysis: biological, methodological and environmental aspects., 1999, pp 205-211
Abstract

A comparison of dendrochronological methods was made for ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa) growing in the Gus Pearson Natural Area, established in north-central Arizona in 1908.

Author(s)
Biondi, F.
Publisher
CABI Publishing, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Tree-ring analysis: biological, methodological and environmental aspects., 1999, pp 215-229
Abstract

The subject of the study was longleaf pine (Pinus palustris) old-growth forest in the Flomaton National Area in Alabama.

Author(s)
Meldahl, R. S.; Pederson, N.; Kush, J. S.; Varner, J. M., III
Publisher
CABI Publishing, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Tree-ring analysis: biological, methodological and environmental aspects., 1999, pp 265-285
Abstract

The width of tree rings of Pinus nigra trees growing near the ecological limits for the species, in the Vienna basin, Austria, showed a strong and positive correlation with spring-summer precipitation, indicating a dependence of growth on water availability during the growing season. During the...

Author(s)
Leal, S.; Eamus, D.; Grabner, M.; Wimmer, R.; Cherubini, P.
Publisher
National Research Council of Canada, Ottawa, Canada
Citation
Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 2008, 38, 4, pp 744-759
Abstract

The annual character of tree-rings was a widely accepted concept in Europe during the first half of the 19th century, which created the basis upon the principle of crossdating became established. It is a fact that many botanists, foresters and other scientists, who applied the principle of...

Author(s)
Wimmer, R.
Publisher
Istituto Italiano di Dendrocronologia, Verona, Italy
Citation
Dendrochronologia, 2001, 19, 1, pp 153-158
Abstract

Wood, a bio-composite consists of three major polymers: cellulose, hemicelluloses and lignin. In this paper, the anatomical elements of softwoods and the growth dynamics of a 10-year of pine (Pinus strobus) are described. Dendochronology as an important principle of crossdating is discussed.

Author(s)
Wimmer, R.
Publisher
Institut für Holzforschung und der Verband Holzwirte Österreichs - VHÖ, Wien, Austria
Citation
Lignovisionen, 2002, 2, pp 1-10

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