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Professional and popular conceptions of the Great Basin bristlecone pine (Pinus longaeva) and ideas generated from its study are investigated as a set of narratives/stories which describe human encounters with the species. Some bristlecone pines approach 5000 yr old, and therefore cover a huge...

Author(s)
Cohen, M. P.
Publisher
University of Nevada Press, Reno, USA
Citation
A garden of bristlecones: tales of change in the Great Basin., 1998, pp xxii + 308 pp.
Abstract

Part 2 contains 15 papers presenting dendrochronological scales for different regions of the USSR. Species represented are Abies nordmanniana, Larix gmelinii, Picea abies, P. orientalis, P. schrenkiana, Pinus cembra, P. sibirica and P. sylvestris. The oldest scales from archaeological material of...

Publisher
Dendroklimatokhronologicheskaya Laboratoriya Instituta Botaniki AN Litovskoń≠ SSR, Kaunas, Lithuanian SSR
Citation
Dendroklimatologicheskie shkaly Sovetskogo Soyuza: chast' II., 1981, pp 121pp.
Abstract

A collection of 4 papers: Variation in the width of the annual ring in relation to change in solar activity (A. A. Molcanov; 11 refs.) [a review of world literature on the cyclic effects of solar activity on the earth's climate and radial increment of trees]; Distribution of the phytomass in...

Publisher
Izdatel'stvo 'Nauka', Moscow, USSR
Citation
Formirovanie godicnogo kol'ca i nakoplenie organiceskoj massy u derev'ev., 1970, pp 128 pp.
Abstract

Regional indices, based on measurement of > 300, 000 annual rings in selected, drought-sensitive trees from semi-arid sites, are believed to represent, to a fair approximation, fluctuations in rainfall in the upper basins of all the major streams of the western U.S.A. for ca. 500 years. The...

Author(s)
Schulman, E.
Publisher
University of Arizona Press, Tucson, Arizona., USA
Citation
Dendroclimatic changes in semiarid America., 1956, pp 142 pp.
Abstract

This book consists of a series of reviews, each with a bibliography (mainly of Scandinavian references), on the following subjects: (i) The history of the forest vegetation of Norway. (ii) The distribution of conifers in Norway and conditions for natural regeneration at their limits of...

Author(s)
Ording, A.
Publisher
Grondahl & Sons Boktrykkeri, Oslo, Norway
Citation
Recent advances in forest research. 1. Forest Botany., 1944, pp 244 pp.

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