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Dendrochronological investigations in Israel: Pinus halepensis Mill. -- the oldest living pines in Israel



Dendrochronological investigations in Israel: Pinus halepensis Mill. -- the oldest living pines in Israel



La Yaaran 31(1-4): 1-8, 49-52



Increment cores were taken from trees in Jerusalem (the oldest aged 209 yr) at 0.5 m ht., and a master chronology was constructed from the growth patterns of 5 trees at one site. Radial growth showed a correlation (r = 0.50) with spring (March-May) precipitation for the last 50 yr; and correlations were also found between radial growth and max. temp. in March (r = 0.52), Oct., and Nov. of the last 50 yr.

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