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Climate change and tree responses in Central European forests

Climate change and tree responses in Central European forests Annals of Forest Science (2015) 72:285–287 DOI 10.1007/s13595-015-0474-9 LETTER TO THE EDITOR T. Wohlgemuth Received: 12 March 2015 /Accepted: 13 March 2015 /Published online: 1 April 2015 INRA and Springer-Verlag France 2015 Research on climate change effects concerns most eco- expertise on experiments, long-term survey, and model- systems and species worldwide. There is strong evi- ling (Table 1). dence that forests in all parts of the world are affected In this special issue, five contributions are offered by changing temperatures and aggravating drought situ- and represent the variety of aspects related to climate ations (Allen et al. 2010). Marked range shifts of tree change effects. species are projected as a consequence of extensive and As one effect of climate change, extreme events such as large climatic changes (Hanewinkel et al. 2013). In this European winter storms may become more frequent or at least frame, the International Conference on “Climate Change more disastrous (Seidl et al. 2014). In this context, Pasztor and Tree Responses in Central Europe” held in Septem- et al. (2015) used empirical models (generalized linear mixed ber 2013 in Zurich, Switzerland, invited research contri- models) to quantify wind damage in mountain forests of four butions with a http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Annals of Forest Science Springer Journals

Climate change and tree responses in Central European forests

Annals of Forest Science , Volume 72 (3) – Apr 1, 2015

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Springer Journals
Copyright
Copyright © 2015 by INRA and Springer-Verlag France
Subject
Life Sciences; Forestry; Wood Science & Technology; Forestry Management; Tree Biology; Environment, general
ISSN
1286-4560
eISSN
1297-966X
DOI
10.1007/s13595-015-0474-9
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Annals of Forest Science (2015) 72:285–287 DOI 10.1007/s13595-015-0474-9 LETTER TO THE EDITOR T. Wohlgemuth Received: 12 March 2015 /Accepted: 13 March 2015 /Published online: 1 April 2015 INRA and Springer-Verlag France 2015 Research on climate change effects concerns most eco- expertise on experiments, long-term survey, and model- systems and species worldwide. There is strong evi- ling (Table 1). dence that forests in all parts of the world are affected In this special issue, five contributions are offered by changing temperatures and aggravating drought situ- and represent the variety of aspects related to climate ations (Allen et al. 2010). Marked range shifts of tree change effects. species are projected as a consequence of extensive and As one effect of climate change, extreme events such as large climatic changes (Hanewinkel et al. 2013). In this European winter storms may become more frequent or at least frame, the International Conference on “Climate Change more disastrous (Seidl et al. 2014). In this context, Pasztor and Tree Responses in Central Europe” held in Septem- et al. (2015) used empirical models (generalized linear mixed ber 2013 in Zurich, Switzerland, invited research contri- models) to quantify wind damage in mountain forests of four butions with a

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Annals of Forest ScienceSpringer Journals

Published: Apr 1, 2015

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