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The fieldweek associated with the 4th Asian Dendrochronological Association Conference was an excellent opportunity for education, networking, and research. The participants and group leaders worked together for five days in an area that was new to some of the group leaders and new to some of the...

Author(s)
Speer, J. H.; Bräuning, A.; Zhang QiBin; Pourtahmasi, K.; Gaire, N. P.; Dawadi, B.; Rana, P.; Dhakal, Y. R.; Acharya, R. H.; Adhikari, D. L.; Adhikari, S.; Aryal, P. C.; Bagale, D.; Baniya, B.; Bhandari, S.; Dahal, N.; Dahal, S.; Ganbaatar, N.; Giri, A.; Gurung, D. B.; Khandu, Y.; Maharjan, B.; Maharjan, R.; Malik, R. A.; Nath, C. D.; Nepal, B. (et al)
Publisher
Elsevier GmbH, München, Germany
Citation
Dendrochronologia, 2017, 41, pp 2-9
Abstract

Measurements of tree-ring features (ring width, density, isotopes concentration, etc.) are well-established proxies of environmental variability and, in particular, climate fluctuation at local, regional and continental scales. In recent years, tree-ring anatomical structure (conduit size, density, ...

Author(s)
Arx, G. von; Carrer, M.
Publisher
Elsevier GmbH, München, Germany
Citation
Dendrochronologia, 2014, 32, 3, pp 290-293
Abstract

The purpose of this study was to date, using tree rings, wooden coffins which were excavated from graves located in Naeheung-dong, Gunsan city, in the western coastal area of South Korea. The species of wood used for the coffins was identified to belong to the diploxylon group of the genus Pinus,...

Author(s)
Park WonKyu; Lee KwangHee
Publisher
National Herbarium Nederland, Leiden, Netherlands
Citation
IAWA Journal, 2009, 30, 4, pp 459-468
Abstract

There are only a few examples, except tree rings, in which characters or properties of wood structure have been used in describing environmental changes. Excluding traditional dendrochronology, even rarer are methods or techniques which are able to produce retrospective data about life-time changes ...

Author(s)
Jalkanen, R.
Citation
IAWA Journal, 1998, 19, 4, pp 457-457
Abstract

Two cores from each of five Pinus densiflora trees (about 65 years old), growing at a southern slope site in the Walak National Park in central Korea, were sampled. Each core was mounted with glue on a wood stick and was smoothed with a surgical knife to obtain a cross-sectional surface. Fine...

Author(s)
Park, W. K.; Vaganov, E. A.; Ovtchinnikov, D.
Citation
IAWA Journal, 1998, 19, 4, pp 473
Abstract

Four chronologies from two species of pine (Pinus kesiya and P. merkusii) from northeastern, lower northern and northwestern Thailand were constructed: three from P. kesiya and one from P. merkusii. A second P. merkusii chronology is being developed from samples from northwest Thailand. Preliminary ...

Author(s)
Buckley, B. M.; Barbetti, M.; Watanasak, M.; D'Arrigo, R.; Boonchirdchoo, S.; Sarutanon, S.
Citation
IAWA Journal, 1995, 16, 4, pp 393-409
Abstract

In the forest of Paneveggio in NE Italy - altitude 1600 to 2000 m, comprising subalpine Norway spruce (Picea abies) stands at lower altitudes and mixed larch (Larix decidua), spruce and pine (Pinus cembra) at higher altitudes - an increase over the last few years in red (Cervus elaphus) and roe (...

Author(s)
Motta, R.; Nola, P.
Citation
Forest Ecology and Management, 1996, 88, 1/2, pp 81-86

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