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Dendroecological analysis of fir (Abies alba) and spruce (Picea abies) at different stages of defoliation in the forest of Vigo di Ton (Trento, Italy)

, : Dendroecological analysis of fir (Abies alba) and spruce (Picea abies) at different stages of defoliation in the forest of Vigo di Ton (Trento, Italy). Annales des Sciences Forestieres 51(4): 391-406

Variations in radial growth of 2 Abies alba populations and one Picea abies population from the Trentino were studied in relation to the present state of tree crowns. Calculation of statistical models taking into account age trends (ARMA modelling) and tree ring/climate relations (response function) over 2 successive periods makes the quantification of growth rate changes possible.

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