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TRACE Vol. 11 (2013)

CONTENTS

 

SECTION 1 - CLIMATOLOGY

Hochreuther P., Münchow J., Grießinger J.. & A. Bräuning: Relationships between ring width and maximum latewood density - an example from southeast Tibet 10
Spannl S., Ganzhi O., Peters T. & A. Bräuning: Tree growth under climatic and trophic forcing - A nutrient manipulation experiment in Southern Ecuador 14
Magnuszewski M., Orozumbekow A & M Zasada: Radial growth and climate signals of Picea schrenkiana at different elevations in the Sary-Chelek Biosphere Reserve, Kyrgyzstan 20

Ludwisiak ?. & M. Magnuszewski: The influence of pluvial conditions on the radial increment of the Douglas fir and eastern white pine in north-eastern Poland

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Fregien K., Heinrich I., Helle G., Dorado Liñán I. & B. Neuwirth: Growth response of sessile oak to climatic variability at two sites in West and Northeast Germany 31
Linke N. & W. Beck: Growth course and climate sensitivity of Norway spruce (Picea abies [L.] Karst) in Brandenburg/Germany 43
Klesse S. & D. Frank: Testing the application of Regional CUrve Standardization to living tree datasets 47
Acevedo W., Cubasch U., Reich S. & K. Matthes: Forward modelling of tree-ring width chronologies from the Spanish Pyrenees using VS-Lite model 56

 

SECTION 2 - ISOTOPES

Ullrich B., Graf Pannatier E., Saurer M., Simard S. & K. Treydte: Stable oxygen isotopes in xylem water and soil water of alpine trees 62
Schollaen K. & G. Helle: A novel approach for the preparation of high-resolution stable isotope records from tropical tree-rings 71
Konter O., Holzkämper S., Helle G., Büntgen U. & J. Esper: Trends and signals in decadally resolved carbon isotopes from the Spanish Pyrenees 77
Schollaen K. & G. Helle: Testing the influence of graphite and gypsum markings on stable isotope values (ð13C, ð18O) of tropical tree rings 85
Stantscheva M., Esper J. & W. Werner: Do stable oxygen isotopes from Pinus sylvestris reveal different water sources in Central germany? 88

 

SECTION 3 - ECOLOGY

Beck W., Müller J. & T. Sanders: Intra-annual weather conditions, ecosystem water fluxes and tree growth reactions - hydroecological and dendroecological findings from intensive sampling plots with different forest tree species 94
Riechelmann D.F.C., Schmidhalter M., Büntgen U. & J. Esper: Extending the high elevation larch ring width chronology from the Simplon region in the Swiss Alps over the past millennium 103
Eaton E.L., Barsoum N., Levani? T., Pargade J., Bonnart X. & J.I.L. Morison: Inter-annual variation in oak growth over the past century in southern England and northern France 108
Stenger F.: Reconstruction of ancient floodplain oaks on the base of subfossil oaks 117
Edvardsson J., Poska A., Hammarlund D., Linderson H., Rundgren M., Van der Putten N. & A. Hansson: Late-Holocene peatland expansion and tree succession at Viss mosse, southern Sweden, inferred from subfossil trees and peat stratigraphy 126
Klisz M., Jastrz?bowski S. & J. Nowakowska: Genetic parameters of wood density in European larch families from seedling seed orchards 129
Di Filippo A., Biondi F., Zianco E. & G. Piovesan: Dendroecological networks to investigate forest dynamics: the case of Eurpoean beeach in Italy 134

SECTION 4 - ARCHAEOLOGY

Frank Th., Diethelm B & R. Busch: Revision of dendrochronological data in the Rhineland, Germany. An interim report on a generational transfer of dendrodata 146
Bräuning A., Scharf A., Kretschmer W. & I. Burchardt: Beyond dating: Archaeological wood as a source of information of environmental changes in High Asia 154

SECTION 5 - WOOD ANATOMY

Hellmann L., Tegel W., Eggertsson O., Schweingruber F.H., Blanchette R., Kirdyanov A., Gärtner H. & U. Büntgen: On the importance of anatomical classification in Arctic driftwood research 160

SECTION 6 - GEOMORPHOLOGY

Rzepecka A., Czajka B., Miku? P., Kaczka R.J. & B. Wy?ga: Development of an island with a patchy structure in a gravel-bed river: Coupling of tree-ring and GIS methods 168
Munteanu A. & O. Pop: Dendrological reconstruction of the avalanches occurring on the eastern slope of the Piatra Craiului Mts. (Carpathians, Romania), preliminary results 173

 

Bibliographic information:

Helle, G., Gärtner, H., Beck, W., Heinrich, I., Heußner, K.-U., Müller, A., Sanders, T. (Eds.) (2013): Proceedings of the DENDROSYMPOSIUM 2012: May 8th - 12th, 2012 in Potsdam and Eberswalde, Germany, (Scientific Technical Report ; 13/05), 11th TRACE conference (Tree Rings in Archaeology, Climatology and Ecology) (Potsdam and Eberswalde 2012), Potsdam : Deutsches GeoForschungsZentrum GFZ, 178 S. p.
DOI: http://doi.org/10.2312/GFZ.b103-13058