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Dendroecological reconstruction of disturbance history of an old-growth mixed sessile oak-beech forest
Petritan, A. M., Bouriaud, O., Frank, D. C., & Petritan, I. C. (2017). Dendroecological reconstruction of disturbance history of an old-growth mixed sessile oak-beech forest. Journal of Vegetation Science, 28(1), 117-127. https://doi.org/10.1111/jvs.12460
Gap pattern of the largest primeval beech forest of Europe revealed by remote sensing
Hobi, M. L., Ginzler, C., Commarmot, B., & Bugmann, H. (2015). Gap pattern of the largest primeval beech forest of Europe revealed by remote sensing. Ecosphere, 6(5), 76 (15 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1890/ES14-00390.1
Pattern and process in the largest primeval beech forest of Europe (Ukrainian Carpathians)
Hobi, M. L., Commarmot, B., & Bugmann, H. (2015). Pattern and process in the largest primeval beech forest of Europe (Ukrainian Carpathians). Journal of Vegetation Science, 26(2), 323-336. https://doi.org/10.1111/jvs.12234
Fire regime shifts as a consequence of fire policy and socio-economic development: an analysis based on the change point approach
Pezzatti, G. B., Zumbrunnen, T., Bürgi, M., Ambrosetti, P., & Conedera, M. (2013). Fire regime shifts as a consequence of fire policy and socio-economic development: an analysis based on the change point approach. Forest Policy and Economics, 29, 7-18. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.forpol.2011.07.002
Natural disturbances in Central European forests: approaches and preliminary results from Rothwald, Austria
Splechtna, B. E., & Gratzer, G. (2005). Natural disturbances in Central European forests: approaches and preliminary results from Rothwald, Austria. Forest Snow and Landscape Research, 79(1/2), 57-67.
Gap disturbance patterns of a Fagus sylvatica virgin forest remnant in the mountain vegetation belt of Slovenia
Zeibig, A., Diaci, J., & Wagner, S. (2005). Gap disturbance patterns of a Fagus sylvatica virgin forest remnant in the mountain vegetation belt of Slovenia. Forest Snow and Landscape Research, 79(1-2), 69-80.