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TRACE Vol. 6 (2008)

CONTENTS

SECTION 1 CLIMATOLOGY

H.W. Linderholm, C.K. Folland & J.W. Hurrell:
Reconstructing Summer North Atlantic Oscillation (SNAO) variability over the last
five centuries
8 pdf
J. Schultz, B. Neuwirth, D.A. Friedrichs, J. Löffler & M. Winiger:
Growth responses to NAO along a Central European west - east transect
17 pdf
S. Bogino & F. Bravo:
SOI and NAO impacts on Pinus pinaster Ait. growth in Spanish forests
25 pdf
A. Bräuning, P. von Schnakenburg, F. Volland-Voigt & T. Peters:
Seasonal growth dynamics and its climate forcing in a tropical mountain rain forest
in southern Ecuador
32 pdf
D. Frank, O. Bouriaud, R. Wilson, G. Battipaglia, U. Büntgen, P. Fonti, K. Treydte,
V. Trouet & J. Esper:
A challenge for spatially explicit reconstructions: the climate response of trees is a
function of climate
36 pdf
U. Büntgen, D. Frank, K. Bareiss Valle, O. Bouriaud & J. Esper:
Climatic drivers of beech growth in the Vosges and Jura Mountains
44 pdf
J. Esper, R. Niederer, J. Luterbacher, U. Büntgen & D. Frank:
Calibration trails using very long instrumental and proxy data
54 pdf
V. Trouet & J. Esper:
Contrasting long-term drought signals in proxy records from northwestern Europe
and the Mediterranean
61 pdf
Z. Fan & A. Bräuning:
Tree-ring based drought reconstruction in the central Hengduan Mountains region
(China) since A.D. 1655
68 pdf

 

SECTION 2 DENDROECOLOGY

D. Martín-Benito, P. Cherubini, M. del Río & I. Cañellas: 76
Differential effect of drought on Pinus nigra Arn. radial growth in mesic and xeric
sites from southeastern Spain
76 pdf
J. Eckstein, H.H. Leuschner & A. Bauerochse:
Dendroecological studies on subfossil pine and oak from "Totes Moor" near
Hannover (Lower Saxony, Germany)
83 pdf
Sz. Bijak:
Various factors influencing the pointer year analysis
91 pdf
U. Sass-Klaassen, H.H. Leuschner, A. Buerkert & G. Helle:
Tree-ring analysis of Juniperus excelsa from the northern Oman mountains
99 pdf

 

SECTION 3 ISOTOPES

J. Grießinger, A. Bräuning, A. Thomas & G.H. Schleser:
Stable oxygen isotopes in juniper trees from the Tibetan plateau as a proxy for
monsoonal activity
110 pdf
P. von Schnakenburg, A. Bräuning & G. Helle:
Detecting annual growth rhythms from high-frequency densitometry and carbon
isotopes in tropical mountain rain forest trees in southern Ecuador
115 pdf
O. Sidorova, T. Boettger, R. Siegwolf, M. Saurer, M. Naurzbaev & E. Vaganov:
Reaction of siberian subarctic larch trees to abrupt climatic changes derived from
tree-ring and isotope data
121 pdf

 

SECTION 4 GEOMORPHOLOGY

R.J. Kaczka, B. Wyzga & J. Zawiejska:
Tree-ring study of the island formation and riparian forest along a gravel-bed river in
the Polish Carpathians
128 pdf
I. Malik & D. Ciszewski:
Meandering river bank erosion and channel lateral migration recorded in black alder
(Alnus glutinosa) tree rings
133 pdf

 

SECTION 5 WOOD ANATOMY

E. Premyslovská, J. Šlezingerová & L. Gandelová:
Tree ring width and basic density of wood in different forest types                           
140 pdf

 

SECTION 6 ARCHAEOLOGY

A. Vitas & M. Zunde:
Dendrochronological investigation on historical English oak (Quercus robur L.) in
Lithuania and Latvia: problems and potential
148 pdf
M. Rybnícek, T. Kyncl, V. Gryc, E. Premyslovská & H. Vavrcík:
Building of the oak standard chronology for the Czech Republic
152 pdf
M. Opala &, R.J. Kaczka:
Dating of wooden shelters in Polish High Tatras - tree rings records of the
shepherding history in Carpathians
160 pdf

 

SECTION 7 NEW APPLICATIONS

J. König, B. Günther & C.T. Bues:
Application of multivariate cross-dating to historical timbers with less than 50 treerings
from the Albrechtsburg Castle and the Meißen Cathedral, Saxony
168 pdf
H. Vavrcík & V. Gryc & M. Rybnícek:
Fluorescence microscopy utilization for lignin detection in wooden cell walls in
spruce. A technical note
176 pdf
W. Beck:
Mean growth behaviour of forest stands – Methodological aspects from
dendrochronology and forest mensuration
183 pdf

 

List of participants
TRACE 2007 Conference, May 3rd – 6th 2007, organized by the Latvian Dendroecologist
Society and Faculty of Biology, University of Latvia, Riga, Latvia.
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