Changes in Wood Anatomy in Tree Rings of Pinus pinaster Ait. Following Wounding by Flash Floods

@inproceedings{Ballesteros2010ChangesIW,
  title={Changes in Wood Anatomy in Tree Rings of Pinus pinaster Ait. Following Wounding by Flash Floods},
  author={Juan Acosta Ballesteros and Markus Stoffel and Jos{\'e} Mar{\'i}a Bodoque and Michelle Bollschweiler and Oliver Hitz and Andr{\'e}s D{\'i}ez-Herrero},
  year={2010}
}
This paper analyzes the anatomical response of Pinus pinaster Ait. following wounding by flash floods. A total of 14 wood samples were taken from 14 different scarred trees located on the river banks of the Arroyo Cabrera torrent (Spanish Central System). In addition, 20 increment cores were collected from undisturbed and healthy P. pinaster trees to build a local reference chronology. For the injured trees, analysis focused on growth changes in early earlywood (EE) tracheids, namely on… CONTINUE READING

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