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Tree-ring growth trends since the Swiss Forest Damage Inventory "Sanasilva 1984": results of a 1992 pilot study
Bräker, O. U. (1996). Tree-ring growth trends since the Swiss Forest Damage Inventory "Sanasilva 1984": results of a 1992 pilot study. Tree rings, environment and humanity, 1996, 363-370.
Scars as evidence of past forest cuts in a subalpine spruce forest in the Alps
Cherubini, P., & Schweingruber, F. H. (1996). Scars as evidence of past forest cuts in a subalpine spruce forest in the Alps. Tree rings, environment and humanity, 1996, 371-378.
Development of a north eurasian chronology network: rationale and preliminary results of comparative ring-width and densitometric analyses in northern russia
Jones, P. D., Briffa, K. R., Schweingruber, F. H., Shiyatov, G. S., & Vaganov, E. A. (1996). Development of a north eurasian chronology network: rationale and preliminary results of comparative ring-width and densitometric analyses in northern russia. Tree rings, environment and humanity, 1996, 25-41.
A multilingual glossary of dendrochronology
Kaennel, M., & Schweingruber, F. H. (1996). A multilingual glossary of dendrochronology. Tree rings, environment and humanity, 1996, 779-784.
Wood-anatomical evidence of fire seasonality
Ortloff, W. (1996). Wood-anatomical evidence of fire seasonality. Tree rings, environment and humanity, 1996, 89-93.