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Ecophysiology and plasticity of wood and phloem formation
Deslauriers, A., Fonti, P., Rossi, S., Rathgeber, C. B. K., & Gričar, J. (2017). Ecophysiology and plasticity of wood and phloem formation. In M. M. Amoroso, L. D. Daniels, P. J. Baker, & J. J. Camarero (Eds.), Ecological studies: Vol. 231. Dendroecology: tree-ring analyses applied to ecological studies (pp. 13-33). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-61669-8_2
The challenges of sustainable development in the Podocarpus-El Cóndor biosphere reserve
Barkmann, J., Eichhorn, S., Maza, B., v. Walter, F., & Olschewski, R. (2013). The challenges of sustainable development in the Podocarpus-El Cóndor biosphere reserve. In J. Bendix, E. Beck, A. Bräuning, F. Makeschin, R. Mosandl, S. Scheu, & W. Wilcke (Eds.), Ecological studies: Vol. 221. Ecosystem services, biodiversity and environmental change in a tropical mountain ecosystem of South Ecuador (pp. 31-40). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-38137-9_3
Forest development in the European Alps and potential consequences on hydrological regime
Alewell, C., & Bebi, P. (2011). Forest development in the European Alps and potential consequences on hydrological regime. In M. Bredemeier, S. Cohen, D. L. Godbold, E. Lode, V. Pichler, & P. Schleppi (Eds.), Ecological studies: Vol. 212. Forest management and the water cycle. An ecosystem-based approach (pp. 111-126). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-90-481-9834-4_6
Forest management effects on below-ground hydrological processes
Novák, V., Pichler, V., Graf-Pannatier, E., Farrell, E. P., & Homolák, M. (2011). Forest management effects on below-ground hydrological processes. In M. Bredemeier, S. Cohen, D. L. Godbold, E. Lode, V. Pichler, & P. Schleppi (Eds.), Ecological studies: Vol. 212. Forest management and the water cycle. An ecosystem-based approach (pp. 291-312). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-90-481-9834-4_16
Forested water catchments in a changing environment
Schleppi, P. (2011). Forested water catchments in a changing environment. In M. Bredemeier, S. Cohen, D. L. Godbold, E. Lode, V. Pichler, & P. Schleppi (Eds.), Ecological studies: Vol. 212. Forest management and the water cycle. An ecosystem-based approach (pp. 89-110). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-90-481-9834-4_5
Introduction
Schleppi, P. (2011). Introduction. In M. Bredemeier, S. Cohen, D. L. Godbold, E. Lode, V. Pichler, & P. Schleppi (Eds.), Ecological studies: Vol. 212. Forest management and the water cycle. An ecosystem-based approach (pp. 3-4). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-90-481-9834-4_1
Old trees and the meaning of 'old'
Schweingruber, F. H., & Wirth, C. (2009). Old trees and the meaning of 'old'. In C. Wirth, G. Gleixner, & M. Heimann (Eds.), Ecological studies: Vol. 207. Old-growth forests. Function, fate and value (pp. 35-54). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-92706-8_3
A test of the biodiversity-stability theory: meta-analysis of tree species diversity effects on insect pest infestations, and re-examination of responsible factors
Jactel, H., Brockerhoff, E., & Duelli, P. (2005). A test of the biodiversity-stability theory: meta-analysis of tree species diversity effects on insect pest infestations, and re-examination of responsible factors. In M. Scherrer-Lorenzen, C. Körner, & E. D. Schulze (Eds.), Ecological studies: Vol. 176. Forest diversity and function. Temperate and boreal systems (pp. 235-262). https://doi.org/10.1007/3-540-26599-6_12
Mapping alpine vegetation
Dirnböck, T., Dullinger, S., Gottfried, M., Ginzler, C., & Grabherr, G. (2003). Mapping alpine vegetation. In L. Nagy, G. Grabherr, C. Körner, & D. B. A. Thompson (Eds.), Ecological studies: Vol. 167. Alpine biodiversity in Europe (pp. 209-220). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-18967-8_10
Ozone and the forests in Austria and Switzerland
Matyssek, R., Havranek, W. M., Wieser, G., & Innes, J. L. (1997). Ozone and the forests in Austria and Switzerland. In H. Sandermann, A. R. Wellburn, & R. L. Heath (Eds.), Ecological studies: Vol. 127. Forest decline and ozone. A comparison of controlled chamber and field experiments (pp. 95-134). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-59233-1_4