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Question: What are the age structure and growth trends in a 160-year old not-managed Pinus sylvestris plantation with spontaneous development of Quercus robur and can recruitment of Q. robur be related to the radial growth pattern of the P. sylvestris overstorey? Location: Mattemburgh forest...

Author(s)
Goris, R.; Kint, V.; Haneca, K.; Geudens, G.; Beeckman, H.; Verheyen, K.
Publisher
Opulus Press, Uppsala, Sweden
Citation
Applied Vegetation Science, 2007, 10, 2, pp 219-228
Abstract

This study reports the influence of a 20th century pollution signal recorded in the δ13C and δ18O of absolutely dated tree rings from Quercus robur and Pinus sylvestris from southern England. We identify a correspondence between the inter-relationship and climate sensitivity of stable isotope...

Author(s)
Rinne, K. T.; Loader, N. J.; Switsur, V. R.; Treydte, K. S.; Waterhouse, J. S.
Publisher
Elsevier, New York, USA
Citation
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 2010, 74, 8, pp 2327-2339
Abstract

Competition indices are briefly reviewed that quantify the degree of competitive stress for all resources exerted on a single tree by its neighbours. The use of dendrochronology to study oak (Quercus gambelii)/pine (Pinus ponderosa) interactions at Beaver Creek, Arizona is briefly described....

Author(s)
Biondi, F.
Citation
Monti e Boschi, 1988, 39, 6, pp 11-15
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Ring widths from 1458 trees from Massachusetts, New York, and New Jersey were measured to determine the influence of gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar) defoliation on both hosts (primarily oaks (Quercus spp.)) and nonhosts. Previous year's defoliation negatively influenced radial increment in all oak...

Author(s)
Muzika, R. M.; Liebhold, A. M.
Citation
Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 1999, 29, 9, pp 1365-1373
Abstract

Based on subfossil tree remnants deposited in alluvial terraces of south-central European rivers, a 9928-yr absolutely dated dendrochronological record of Holocene oak (Quercus robur, Q. petraea) was established, together with a 1604-yr floating Late Glacial/Early Holocene chronology for pine (...

Author(s)
Becker, B.; Kromer, B.; Trimborn, P.
Citation
Nature (London), 1991, 353, 6345, pp 647-649
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The radial and longitudinal patterns of ring width were examined in the stems of dominant and intermediate red oak (Quercus rubra) and red pine (Pinus resinosa) in a 50-yr-old plantation on a fine sandy soil in Ontario. Patterns in red pine conformed to those of plantation-grown conifers, which are ...

Author(s)
Fayle, D. C. F.; Bentley, C. V.
Citation
Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 1989, 19, 4, pp 440-446
Abstract

Tree-ring data were used to define regional tree-growth anomalies (i.e. recurring spatial patterns of growth that differ from long-term averages) for 11 species (Tsuga canadensis, Pinus strobus, P. resinosa, Quercus rubra, Q. alba, Acer saccharum, Betula alleghaniensis, B. papyrifera, Fagus...

Author(s)
Graumlich, L. J.
Citation
Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 1993, 23, 2, pp 133-143
Abstract

[See FA 42, 786] Pinus nigra and Quercus rubra were planted in Worcestershire, UK in 1955, probably when the trees were 2 yr old. In a study of trees felled in 1981 (actual age 28 yr), discs were sawn at 0.1 m above ground level, and upwards at 1 m intervals. For P. nigra, approximate ring-count...

Author(s)
Tucker, J. J.
Citation
Arboricultural Journal, 1983, 7, 4, pp 335-336
Abstract

Reviews previous work on the dendrochronology of near-fossil Oaks in Europe, with particular reference to finds in the Danube basin, gives some interim results of studies on specimens collected at Leibi near Neuulm and at Rutzendorf NE of Vienna, and presents and discusses diagrams illustrating the ...

Author(s)
Becker, B.
Citation
Berichte der Deutschen Botanischen Gesellschaft, 1972, 85, 1/4, pp 29-45
Abstract

Gives a brief general account of tree-ring studies in the Palaeoecology Laboratory, Queen's University, Belfast, since 1968. Field and laboratory techniques are outlined. Sub-fossil timbers of Oak and Pinus sylvestris from a number of localities in Northern Ireland have been studied, and good...

Author(s)
Pilcher, J. R.
Citation
Tree-ring Bulletin, 1973, 33, pp 1-5

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