Climate response of five oak species in the eastern deciduous forest of the southern Appalachian Mountains , USA

@inproceedings{Speer2009ClimateRO,
  title={Climate response of five oak species in the eastern deciduous forest of the southern Appalachian Mountains , USA},
  author={James H. Speer and Henri D. Grissino-Mayer and Kenneth H. Orvis and Cathryn H. Greenberg},
  year={2009}
}
Ahstrnct: The climatic response of trees that occupy closed canopy forests in the eastern United States (US) is important to understanding the possible trajectory these forests may lake in response to a warming climate. Ollr study examined trce rings of 664 trees from five oak species (white (Querclls alba L), black (Quercus "dlltina Lnm.), chestnut (Qlferms prililtS L.), l10rthem red (Quercus rubm L.), scarlet (QuerclIs coccinea l\·Hinchh.» from 17 stands in eastern Tennessee, wcstern North… CONTINUE READING

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