TREE-RING FEATURES: INDICATORS OF EXTREME EVENT IMPACTS

@article{Braeuning2016TREERINGFI,
  title={TREE-RING FEATURES: INDICATORS OF EXTREME EVENT IMPACTS},
  author={A. Braeuning and M. D. Ridder and N. Zafirov and I. Garc{\'i}a-Gonz{\'a}lez and D. Dimitrov and H. G{\"a}rtner},
  journal={Iawa Journal},
  year={2016},
  volume={37},
  pages={206-231}
}
  • A. Braeuning, M. D. Ridder, +3 authors H. Gärtner
  • Published 2016
  • Biology
  • Iawa Journal
  • Wood anatomical features may be visible on the microscopic as well as on the macroscopic scale. While the former can often be quantified by detailed wood anatomical analyses, the latter are often treated as qualitative features or as binary variables (present/absent). Macroscopic tree-ring features can be quantified in terms of frequency, intensity, or classified according to their position within a tree ring, like intra-annual density variations (IADFs) in conifers or frost rings in earlywood… CONTINUE READING
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