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Premise of the study: A network of mountain observing stations has been installed in the Great Basin of North America. NevCAN (Nevada Climate-ecohydrological Assessment Network), which spans a latitudinal range of 2.5° and two elevation ranges of about 2000 m each, enabled us to investigate tree...

Author(s)
Ziaco, E.; Biondi, F.; Rossi, S.; Deslauriers, A.
Publisher
Botanical Society of America Inc., St. Louis, USA
Citation
Applications in Plant Sciences, 2014, 2, 10, pp 1400054
Abstract

This study investigated the removal of extraneous colour from increment cores of conifers prior to reflected-light image analysis of tree rings. Ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa) in central New Mexico (USA) was chosen for this study. Peroxide bleaching was used as a pretreatment to remove extraneous ...

Author(s)
Sheppard, P. R.; Wiedenhoeft, A.
Publisher
Society of Wood Science and Technology, Madison, USA
Citation
Wood and Fiber Science, 2007, 39, 1, pp 173-183
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
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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

Loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) trees were grown in the field, under non-limiting nutrient conditions, in open-top chambers for 4 years at ambient CO2 partial pressures (pCO2) and with a CO2-enriched atmosphere (+ 30 Pa pCO2 compared to ambient concentration). A third replicate of trees were grown...

Author(s)
Telewski, F. W.; Swanson, R. T.; Strain, B. R.; Burns, J. M.
Citation
Plant, Cell and Environment, 1999, 22, 2, pp 213-219
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Some 242 fire scars in cross-sections of Pinus ponderosa taken from trees in SE Arizona were dated using dendrochronological methods. The sample material covers the period 1452 to 1979. The year of a fire scar, and when possible the position of a fire scar within the tree ring, were determined...

Author(s)
Ortloff, W.; Goldammer, J. G.; Schweingruber, F. H.; Swetnam, T. W.
Citation
Forstarchiv, 1995, 66, 5, pp 206-214
Abstract

Contains 24 papers, some already noticed [cf. FA 31 No. 5076; 32 Nos. 2068, 4697], presented at a conference at the University of British Columbia, Feb. 19-20, 1970, in four sessions. (1) Biology of tree ring formation: The development of the annual ring in Grand Fir (J. S. Bethel); Effects of...

Citation
Bull. Fac. For. Univ. BC, 1970, No. 7, pp 125

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