European Journal of Forest Research, 1612-4669

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  1. 2019
  2. Water limitation can negate the effect of higher temperatures on forest carbon sequestration

    Belyazid, S. & Zanchi Giuliana, 2019, In : European Journal of Forest Research. 138, 2, p. 287-297

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  3. 2014
  4. A recent growth increase of European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) at its Mediterranean distribution limit contradicts drought stress

    Tegel, W., Seim, A., Hakelberg, D., Hoffmann, S., Panev, M., Westphal, T. & Büntgen, U., 2014, In : European Journal of Forest Research. 133, 1, p. 61-71

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  5. 2013
  6. Anti-browsing effects of birch bark extract on fallow deer

    Bergvall, U. A., Co, M., Bergstrom, R., Sjoberg, P. J. R., Waldeback, M. & Charlotta Turner, 2013, In : European Journal of Forest Research. 132, 5-6, p. 717-725

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  7. Radial growth of Norway spruce and Scots pine: effects of nitrogen deposition experiments

    Seftigen, K., Moldan, F. & Linderholm, H., 2013, In : European Journal of Forest Research. 132, 1, p. 83-92

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  8. 2007
  9. The effect of forest management on trace gas exchange at the pedosphere-atmosphere interface in beech (Fagus sylvatica) forests stocking on calcareous soils

    Dannenmann, M., Gasche, R., Ledebuhr, A., Thomas Holst, Mayer, H. & Papen, H., 2007, In : European Journal of Forest Research. 126, p. 331-346

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  10. 2006
  11. Soluble N compound profiles and concentrations in European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) are influenced by local climate and thinning

    Nahm, M., Thomas Holst, Matzarakis, A., Mayer, H., Rennenberg, H. & Gessler, A., 2006, In : European Journal of Forest Research. 125, p. 1-14

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  12. 2004
  13. Microclimate within beech stands – Part II: Thermal conditions

    Thomas Holst, Mayer, H. & Schindler, D., 2004, In : European Journal of Forest Research. 123, p. 13-28

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  14. 2002
  15. Mikroklima in Buchenbeständen – Teil I: Photosynthetisch aktive Strahlung

    Mayer, H., Thomas Holst & Schindler, D., 2002, In : Forstwissenschaftliches Centralblatt. 121, p. 301-321

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