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Past and present environmental changes cause significant changes in tree growth in many parts of the world, where both decreasing and increasing growth trends have been detected over the last decades. The Mediterranean basin is especially sensitive to climate change and subsequent tree growth...

Author(s)
Janssen, E.; Kint, V.; Bontemps, J. D.; Özkan, K.; Mert, A.; Köse, N.; Icel, B.; Muys, B.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Forest Ecology and Management, 2018, 412, pp 21-28
Abstract

Pinus nigra Arn. subsp. pallasiana (black pine) is one of the most widely grown tree in Turkey. It is the third most widely distributed tree species after Quercus L. and Pinus brutia Ten. Black pine grows in 20% of all forested areas in Turkey. In this dendroecological study, we identified the most ...

Author(s)
Köse, N.; Akkemİk, Ü.; Dalfes, H. N.; Özeren, M. S.; Tolunay, D.
Publisher
Elsevier GmbH, München, Germany
Citation
Dendrochronologia, 2012, 30, 4, pp 295-301
Abstract

In this study, we assessed the effects of chronic defoliation on radial, height and volume growth of Crimean pine (Pinus nigra Arnold) trees of the pine processionary moth [Thaumetopoea wilkinsoni Tams (Lepidoptera: Thaumetopoeidae)] in western Turkey. Crimean pine tree ring chronologies were...

Author(s)
Carus, S.
Publisher
Journal of Environmental Biology, Lucknow, India
Citation
Journal of Environmental Biology, 2010, 31, 4, pp 453-460
Abstract

A reconstruction of April-August precipitation (1689-1994) was developed for the region by using Pinus nigra tree rings. A linear regression was performed using the residual chronology, composed of at least nine trees (SSS>0.85). Within this reconstructed period, dry years were distributed...

Author(s)
Akkemık, Ü.; Aras, A.
Publisher
John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, UK
Citation
International Journal of Climatology, 2005, 25, 4, pp 537-548
Abstract

Two reconstructions of spring (May-June) precipitation have been developed for southwestern Turkey. The first reconstruction (1776-1998) was developed from principal components of nine chronologies of Cedrus libani, Juniperus excelsa, Pinus brutia, and Pinus nigra. The second reconstruction...

Author(s)
Touchan, R.; Garfin, G. M.; Meko, D. M.; Funkhouser, G.; Erkan, N.; Hughes, M. K.; Wallin, B. S.
Publisher
John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, UK
Citation
International Journal of Climatology, 2003, 23, 2, pp 157-171

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