Different reactions of central and marginal provenances of Fagus sylvatica to experimental drought

  title={Different reactions of central and marginal provenances of Fagus sylvatica to experimental drought},
  author={Daniel Thiel and Juergen Kreyling and Sabrina Backhaus and Carl Beierkuhnlein and Constanze Buhk and Kolja Egen and Gerhard Huber and Monika Konnert and Laura A Nagy and Anke Jentsch},
  journal={European Journal of Forest Research},
Climate extremes are expected to increase in frequency and magnitude as a consequence of global warming, threatening the functioning, services and goods of forest ecosystems. Across Europe, the ecologically and economically important tree species Fagus sylvatica is expected to suffer particularly under such conditions. The regional introduction of provenances from drier and warmer climates is one option to adapt beech forest ecosystems to these adverse effects of climate change. Marginal… CONTINUE READING
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