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Growth/climate response shift in a long subalpine spruce chronology
Büntgen, U., Frank, D. C., Schmidhalter, M., Neuwirth, B., Seifert, M., & Esper, J. (2006). Growth/climate response shift in a long subalpine spruce chronology. Trees: Structure and Function, 20(1), 99-110. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00468-005-0017-3
Lightning-induced fires in the Alpine region: an increasing problem
Conedera, M., Cesti, G., Pezzatti, G. B., Zumbrunnen, T., & Spinedi, F. (2006). Lightning-induced fires in the Alpine region: an increasing problem. In D. X. Viegas (Ed.), V international conference on forest fire research (p. (9 pp.). ADAI; CEIF.
Locals' and tourists' sense of place. A case study of a Swiss Alpine village
Kianicka, S., Buchecker, M., Hunziker, M., & Müller-Pöker, U. (2006). Locals' and tourists' sense of place. A case study of a Swiss Alpine village. Mountain Research and Development, 26(1), 55-63. https://doi.org/10.1659/0276-4741(2006)026[0055:Latsop]2.0.Co;2
Selecting tree species for use in rockfall-protection forests
Stokes, A. (2006). Selecting tree species for use in rockfall-protection forests. Forest Snow and Landscape Research, 80(1), 77-86.
The influence of seasonally frozen soil on the snowmelt runoff at two Alpine sites in southern Switzerland
Bayard, D., Stähli, M., Parriaux, A., & Flühler, H. (2005). The influence of seasonally frozen soil on the snowmelt runoff at two Alpine sites in southern Switzerland. Journal of Hydrology, 309(1-4), 66-84. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2004.11.012
Characterization and climate response patterns of a high-elevation, multi-species tree-ring network for the European Alps
Frank, D., & Esper, J. (2005). Characterization and climate response patterns of a high-elevation, multi-species tree-ring network for the European Alps. Dendrochronologia, 22(2), 107-121. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dendro.2005.02.004
Temperature reconstructions and comparisons with instrumental data from a tree-ring network for the European Alps
Frank, D., & Esper, J. (2005). Temperature reconstructions and comparisons with instrumental data from a tree-ring network for the European Alps. International Journal of Climatology, 25(11), 1437-1454. https://doi.org/10.1002/joc.1210
KnowForAlp: übergreifender Wissenstransfer zu Waldthemen im Alpenraum
Lässig, R., Huber, G., von Detten, R., Hanewinkel, M., Feichter, H., Moritzi, M., & Streckfuss, M. (2005). KnowForAlp: übergreifender Wissenstransfer zu Waldthemen im Alpenraum. Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Forstwesen, 156(3-4), 122-124. https://doi.org/10.3188/szf.2005.0122
Stabile Isotope in der Dendroklimatologie
Treydte, K., Esper, J., & Gärtner, H. (2004). Stabile Isotope in der Dendroklimatologie. Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Forstwesen, 155(6), 222-232. https://doi.org/10.3188/szf.2004.0222
Classification of debris-flow deposits for hazard assessment in alpine areas
Bardou, E., Ancey, C., Bonnard, C., & Vulliet, L. (2003). Classification of debris-flow deposits for hazard assessment in alpine areas. In D. Rickenmann & C. I. Chen (Eds.), Vol. 2. Debris-flow hazards mitigation: mechanics, prediction, and assessment. Proceedings of the third international conference on debris-flow hazards mitigation (pp. 799-808).
Forest expansion in the Swiss Alps: a quantitative analysis of bio-physical and socio-economic causes
Bebi, P., & Baur, P. (2002). Forest expansion in the Swiss Alps: a quantitative analysis of bio-physical and socio-economic causes. Austrian Journal of Forest Science, 119(3/4), 217-230.
Alpine plant species richness in the Swiss Alps: diversity hot spots reconsidered
Wohlgemuth, T. (2002). Alpine plant species richness in the Swiss Alps: diversity hot spots reconsidered. Memoires de la Societe Botanique de Geneve, 3, 63-74.
Resistance and elasticity: promising concepts for the management of protection forests in the European Alps
Brang, P. (2001). Resistance and elasticity: promising concepts for the management of protection forests in the European Alps. Forest Ecology and Management, 145(1-2), 107-119. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0378-1127(00)00578-8
Die ökologischen und anthropogenen Voraussetzungen für die Existenz grosser Beutegreifer in der Kulturlandschaft
Breitenmoser, U., & Breitenmoser-Würsten, C. (2001). Die ökologischen und anthropogenen Voraussetzungen für die Existenz grosser Beutegreifer in der Kulturlandschaft. Forest Snow and Landscape Research, 76(1-2), 23-39.
Die Geschichte von Fuchs, Luchs, Bartgeier, Wolf und Braunbär in der Schweiz - ein kurzer Überblick
Breitenmoser-Würsten, C., Robin, K., Landry, J. M., Gloor, S., Olsson, P., & Breitenmoser, U. (2001). Die Geschichte von Fuchs, Luchs, Bartgeier, Wolf und Braunbär in der Schweiz - ein kurzer Überblick. Forest Snow and Landscape Research, 76(1-2), 9-21.
Die Wiederansiedlung des Bartgeiers in den Alpen: ein Positivbeispiel
Robin, K. (2001). Die Wiederansiedlung des Bartgeiers in den Alpen: ein Positivbeispiel. Forest Snow and Landscape Research, 76(1-2), 41-51.
Einstellungen der Bevölkerung zu möglichen Landschaftsentwicklungen in den Alpen
Hunziker, M. (2000). Einstellungen der Bevölkerung zu möglichen Landschaftsentwicklungen in den Alpen. Birmensdorf: Eidgenössische Forschungsanstalt WSL.
Slow mass movement. A dendrogeomorphological study in Gams, Swiss Rhine Valley
Denneler, B., & Schweingruber, F. H. (1993). Slow mass movement. A dendrogeomorphological study in Gams, Swiss Rhine Valley. Dendrochronologia, 11, 55-67.
Dendrochronological evidence in fir and spruce of alternating frosts in Switzerland
Schweingruber, F. H., & Müller, M. (1992). Dendrochronological evidence in fir and spruce of alternating frosts in Switzerland. Dendrochronologia, 10, 23-28.
Ein Baumgrenzstandort: Das Wildwasserbett der Maggia im Tessin, Schweiz. Eine dendroökologische Studie
Bayard, M., & Schweingruber, F. H. (1991). Ein Baumgrenzstandort: Das Wildwasserbett der Maggia im Tessin, Schweiz. Eine dendroökologische Studie. Botanica Helvetica, 101(1), 9-28. https://doi.org/10.5169/seals-70300