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Climate warming induced synchronous growth decline in Norway spruce populations across biogeographical gradients since 2000
Bosela, M., Tumajer, J., Cienciala, E., Dobor, L., Kulla, L., Marčiš, P., … Büntgen, U. (2021). Climate warming induced synchronous growth decline in Norway spruce populations across biogeographical gradients since 2000. Science of the Total Environment, 752, 141794 (12 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.141794
Growth resistance and resilience of mixed silver fir and Norway spruce forests in central Europe: contrasting responses to mild and severe droughts
Bottero, A., Forrester, D. I., Cailleret, M., Kohnle, U., Gessler, A., Michel, D., … Rigling, A. (2021). Growth resistance and resilience of mixed silver fir and Norway spruce forests in central Europe: contrasting responses to mild and severe droughts. Global Change Biology. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.15737
Tree neighbourhood diversity has negligible effects on drought resilience of European beech, silver fir and Norway spruce
Gillerot, L., Forrester, D. I., Bottero, A., Rigling, A., & Lévesque, M. (2021). Tree neighbourhood diversity has negligible effects on drought resilience of European beech, silver fir and Norway spruce. Ecosystems, 24, 20-36. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10021-020-00501-y
Nonlinear weather-growth relationships suggest disproportional growth changes of Norway spruce in the Eastern Baltic region
Matisons, R., Elferts, D., Krišāns, O., Schneck, V., Gärtner, H., Wojda, T., … Jansons, Ā. (2021). Nonlinear weather-growth relationships suggest disproportional growth changes of Norway spruce in the Eastern Baltic region. Forests, 12(6), 661 (17 pp.). https://doi.org/10.3390/f12060661
Douglasiensämlinge im Wettstreit mit mittel-europäischen Baumarten
Moser, B., Frei, E. R., Bachofen, C., Wasem, U., & Wohlgemuth, T. (2021). Douglasiensämlinge im Wettstreit mit mittel-europäischen Baumarten. Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Forstwesen, 172(2), 106-117. https://doi.org/10.3188/szf.2021.0106
Canopy disturbances catalyse tree species shifts in Swiss Forests
Scherrer, D., Ascoli, D., Conedera, M., Fischer, C., Maringer, J., Moser, B., … Wohlgemuth, T. (2021). Canopy disturbances catalyse tree species shifts in Swiss Forests. Ecosystems. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10021-021-00649-1
Investigating host preference of root endophytes of three european tree species, with a focus on members of the <em>Phialocephala fortinii</em>—<em>Acephala applanata</em> species complex (PAC)
Stroheker, S., Dubach, V., Vögtli, I., & Sieber, T. N. (2021). Investigating host preference of root endophytes of three european tree species, with a focus on members of the Phialocephala fortiniiAcephala applanata species complex (PAC). Journal of Fungi, 7(4), 317 (12 pp.). https://doi.org/10.3390/jof7040317
High-frequency stable isotope signals in uneven-aged forests as proxy for physiological responses to climate in Central Europe
Vitali, V., Klesse, S., Weigt, R., Treydte, K., Frank, D., Saurer, M., & Siegwolf, R. T. W. (2021). High-frequency stable isotope signals in uneven-aged forests as proxy for physiological responses to climate in Central Europe. Tree Physiology. https://doi.org/10.1093/treephys/tpab062
Fine-root traits reveal contrasting ecological strategies in European beech and Norway spruce during extreme drought
Nikolova, P. S., Bauerle, T. L., Häberle, K. H., Blaschke, H., Brunner, I., & Matyssek, R. (2020). Fine-root traits reveal contrasting ecological strategies in European beech and Norway spruce during extreme drought. Frontiers in Plant Science, 11, 1211 (18 pp.). https://doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2020.01211
Competition and demography rather than dispersal limitation slow down upward shifts of trees&#039; upper elevation limits in the Alps
Scherrer, D., Vitasse, Y., Guisan, A., Wohlgemuth, T., & Lischke, H. (2020). Competition and demography rather than dispersal limitation slow down upward shifts of trees' upper elevation limits in the Alps. Journal of Ecology, 108(6), 2416-2430. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2745.13451
Assessing the response of forest productivity to climate extremes in Switzerland using model-data fusion
Trotsiuk, V., Hartig, F., Cailleret, M., Babst, F., Forrester, D. I., Baltensweiler, A., … Schaub, M. (2020). Assessing the response of forest productivity to climate extremes in Switzerland using model-data fusion. Global Change Biology, 26(4), 2463-2476. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.15011
Quantifying natural disturbances using a large-scale dendrochronological reconstruction to guide forest management
Čada, V., Trotsiuk, V., Janda, P., Mikoláš, M., Bače, R., Nagel, T. A., … Svoboda, M. (2020). Quantifying natural disturbances using a large-scale dendrochronological reconstruction to guide forest management. Ecological Applications, 30(8), e02189 (13 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1002/eap.2189
Disentangling the effects of spatial proximity and genetic similarity on individual growth performances in Norway spruce natural populations
Avanzi, C., Piermattei, A., Piotti, A., Büntgen, U., Heer, K., Opgenoorth, L., … Leonardi, S. (2019). Disentangling the effects of spatial proximity and genetic similarity on individual growth performances in Norway spruce natural populations. Science of the Total Environment, 650, 493-504. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.08.348
Landscape-scale mixtures of tree species are more effective than stand-scale mixtures for biodiversity of vascular plants, bryophytes and lichens
Heinrichs, S., Ammer, C., Mund, M., Boch, S., Budde, S., Fischer, M., … Schall, P. (2019). Landscape-scale mixtures of tree species are more effective than stand-scale mixtures for biodiversity of vascular plants, bryophytes and lichens. In A. M. Ellison & F. S. Gilliam (Eds.), Causes and consequences of species diversity in forest ecosystems (pp. 186-219). MDPI.
Landscape-scale mixtures of tree species are more effective than stand-scale mixtures for biodiversity of vascular plants, bryophytes and lichens
Heinrichs, S., Ammer, C., Mund, M., Boch, S., Budde, S., Fischer, M., … Schall, P. (2019). Landscape-scale mixtures of tree species are more effective than stand-scale mixtures for biodiversity of vascular plants, bryophytes and lichens. Forests, 10(1), 73 (35 pp.). https://doi.org/10.3390/f10010073
Contrasting stomatal sensitivity to temperature and soil drought in mature alpine conifers
Peters, R. L., Speich, M., Pappas, C., Kahmen, A., von Arx, G., Graf Pannatier, E., … Fonti, P. (2019). Contrasting stomatal sensitivity to temperature and soil drought in mature alpine conifers. Plant, Cell and Environment, 42, 1674-1689. https://doi.org/10.1111/pce.13500
Increased nitrogen availability in the soil under mature &lt;em&gt;Picea abies&lt;/em&gt; trees exposed to elevated CO&lt;sub&gt;2&lt;/sub&gt; concentrations
Schleppi, P., Körner, C., & Klein, T. (2019). Increased nitrogen availability in the soil under mature Picea abies trees exposed to elevated CO2 concentrations. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change, 2, 59 (11 pp.). https://doi.org/10.3389/ffgc.2019.00059
The climatic drivers of primary &lt;em&gt;Picea &lt;/em&gt;forest growth along the Carpathian arc are changing under rising temperatures
Schurman, J. S., Babst, F., Björklund, J., Rydval, M., Bače, R., Čada, V., … Svoboda, M. (2019). The climatic drivers of primary Picea forest growth along the Carpathian arc are changing under rising temperatures. Global Change Biology, 25(9), 3136-3150. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.14721
Frequent diploidisation of haploid <i>Armillaria ostoyae</i> strains in an outdoor inoculation experiment
Heinzelmann, R., Prospero, S., & Rigling, D. (2018). Frequent diploidisation of haploid Armillaria ostoyae strains in an outdoor inoculation experiment. Fungal Biology, 122(2-3), 147-155. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.funbio.2017.12.005
Oxygen isotopes in tree rings are less sensitive to changes in tree size and relative canopy position than carbon isotopes
Klesse, S., Weigt, R., Treydte, F., Saurer, M., Schmid, L., Siegwolf, R. T. W., & Frank, D. C. (2018). Oxygen isotopes in tree rings are less sensitive to changes in tree size and relative canopy position than carbon isotopes. Plant, Cell and Environment, 41(12), 2899-2914. https://doi.org/10.1111/pce.13424
 

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