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Annually resolved and absolutely dated tree-ring chronologies are the most important proxy archives to reconstruct climate variability over centuries to millennia. However, the suitability of tree-ring chronologies to reflect the "true" spectral properties of past changes in temperature and...

Author(s)
Büntgen, U.; Trnka, M.; Krusic, P. J.; Kyncl, T.; Kyncl, J.; Luterbacher, J.; Zorita, E.; Ljungqvist, F. C.; Auer, I.; Konter, O.; Schneider, L.; Tegel, W.; Štěpánek, P.; Brönnimann, S.; Hellmann, L.; Nievergelt, D.; Esper, J.
Publisher
American Meteorological Society, Boston, USA
Citation
Journal of Climate, 2015, 28, 13, pp 5272-5288
Abstract

An ultra-long tree-ring width chronology (9111 years long, 7109 BC to AD 2002) has been established based on the analysis and dating of 1432 subfossil/dry dead wood samples and cores from 335 living trees. The material was collected from treeline or near-treeline sites (c. 2000 to 2400 m a.s.l.)...

Author(s)
Nicolussi, K.; Kaufmann, M.; Melvin, T. M.; Plicht, J. van der; Schiessling, P.; Thurner, A.
Publisher
Sage Publications Ltd, London, UK
Citation
Holocene, 2009, 19, 6, pp 909-920
Abstract

With sub-fossil remains of trees killed by snow avalanches and found in a peat bog, the so-called Schwarzensteinmoor, we could establish a record of Holocene snow avalanche events. The peat bog is located at 2150 m a.s.l. in the timberline ecotone of the Zillertal Alps in the Central Eastern Alps....

Author(s)
Nicolussi, K.; Pindur, P.; Schiessling, P.; Kaufmann, M.; Thurner, A.; Luzian, R.
Publisher
Bundesamt und Forschungszentrum für Wald (BFW), Institut für Forstschutz, Wien, Austria
Citation
BFW Berichte, 2007, No.141, pp 157-176
Abstract

During recent years a number of fragments of Pinus cembra and Larix decidua wood as well as peat were found in front of the tongue of the Pasterze Glacier in the Eastern Alps. These were washed out by the stream from under the present ice. The wood originates from trees which reached ages of up to...

Author(s)
Nicolussi, K.; Patzelt, G.
Citation
Holocene, 2000, 10, 2, pp 191-199
Abstract

It has been suggested many times that elevated atmospheric CO2 levels should stimulate radial increment of trees. However, interpretation of dendrochronologies with respect to CO2 signal is a difficult task, since a wide range of environmental and tree factors influence the growth of stems. An...

Author(s)
Nicolussi, K.; Bortenschlager, S.; Körner, C.
Citation
Trees: Structure and Function, 1995, 9, 4, pp 181-189
Abstract

In this study dendrochronological methods are used to investigate tree growth of several coniferous species growing on serpentine outcrops in the subalpine region of the Central Alps of the western Tirol, Austria. Although stands are thriving on the same parent material, almost barren sites covered ...

Author(s)
Oberhuber, W.; Pagitz, K.; Nicolussi, K.
Citation
Plant Ecology, 1997, 130, 2, pp 213-221
Abstract

Annual-ring diagrams have been prepared for Scots Pine in the Tharandt forest during the 19th century. The fairly constant extreme values show clear correspondences with the variations of precipitation in the area. Ring variations were also studied back to 1690 for Silver Fir and Yew from the...

Author(s)
Huber, B.
Citation
Mitt. H. Goring-Akad. dtsch. Forstwiss., 1941, 1, pp 110-25

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