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Mixing of complementary tree species may increase stand productivity, mitigate the effects of drought and other risks, and pave the way to forest production systems which may be more resource-use efficient and stable in the face of climate change. However, systematic empirical studies on mixing effects are still missing for many commercially important and(More)
We evaluate the importance of changes in photosynthetic capacity, respiration rates, root shoot ratio, pipe model parameters and specific leaf area in the early-growth response of hybrid poplar to nitrogen availability. Juvenile growth simulations for trees with three different levels of leaf nitrogen concentration (N(leaf)) (low (1.2%), medium (2.4%) and(More)
Ecological processes within forests provide vital ecosystem services to society, most of which depend on the persistence of tree cover that can be altered after the impact of a disturbance. The aim of the present study was to examine the role of seed dispersal and resprouting that mediate resilience to large fires and evaluate the economic costs that these(More)
Biomass equations are a helpful tool to estimate the tree and stand biomass production and standing stock. Such estimations are of great interest for science but also of great importance for global reports on the carbon cycle and the global climate system. Even though there are various collections and generic meta-analyses available with biomass equations(More)
  • Ian Willoughby, Phillipe Balandier, Scott Bentsen, Nick Mccarthy, Jenny Claridge, Melae Langbein +68 others
  • 2010
Lithuania Antanas Malinauskas (k.albina@mail.lt) Vytautas Suchockas (suchockas@centras.lt) Slovak Republic Milan Sarvaš (sarvas@nlcsk.org) Tibor Priwitzer (priwitzer@nlcsk.org) Valéria Longauerová (longauerova@nlcsk.org) Juraj Varínsky (varinsky@nlcsk.org) The European Network for Cooperation in the field of Science and Technology (COST) funds the(More)
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