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The old Sami tradition of collecting pine bark has gradually become forgotten in Norway during the last century, and characteristic markings on old living and dead pine trunks in and near Øvre Dividalen National Park, Central Troms, North Norway long remained a mystery to us. However, the topic has ...

Author(s)
Elvebakk, A.; Kirchhefer, A.
Publisher
Norsk Botanisk Forening, Askim, Norway
Citation
Blyttia, 2012, 70, 1, pp 7-26
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Author(s)
Ruden, T.
Citation
Rapport, Norsk Institutt for Skogforskning, 1987, No. 4/87, pp 12 pp.
Abstract

Growth-ring widths were measured in core samples from 14-18 trees at each of 14 localities in W. Norway. The oldest rings were for the yr 1586. Av. growth-ring series were computed for each locality and the effect was examined of various types of correction (especially for age and autocorrelation). ...

Author(s)
Brandt, N.
Citation
Meddelelser fra Norsk Institutt for Skogforskning, 1975, 32, 7, pp 233-335
Abstract

Conclusions are based on 23, 428 annual-ring measurements in living trees of Spruce or Pine and 4322 in building timber. Ording's standard scale for E. Norway [cf. F.A. 5 p. 144] could not be used for dating the Gudbrandsdal curve. Even within Gudbrandsdal the correlation between curves for...

Author(s)
Slastad, T.
Citation
Meddelelser fra det Norske Skogsforsoksvesen, 1957, 14, No. 48, pp 571-620
Abstract

Gives in diagrams, graphs and tables (with English and Norwegian legends) annual-ring-width data for different parts of Trondelag, based on about 182, 000 measurements of nearly 62, 500 different annual rings, from living material and old building timbers of Spruce and Pine, dating back to the 15th ...

Author(s)
Eidem, P.
Citation
Meddelelser fra det Norske Skogsforsoksvesen, 1953, 12(1), 41, pp 155
Abstract

Approximately 23, 500 measurements were made on 12, 200 growth rings of Scots Pine. A standard series for the years 1815-1954 was based on 11 discs from trees felled in 1951 plus borer samples from 11 standing trees. The correlation between this series and that for E. Norway previously published by ...

Author(s)
Eidem, P.
Citation
Tidsskrift for Skogbruk, 1956, 64, 2, pp 96-116
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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