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An analysis of variation in tree-rings: application of Poisson's cyclic process for climatic prognoses






Proceedings of the international conference: Dendrochronology and environmental trends, 17-21 June, 1998, Kaunas, Lithuania: 178-189

An analysis of variation in tree-rings: application of Poisson's cyclic process for climatic prognoses

An analysis was undertaken of Lithuanian dendroscales spanning 134-175 and 867 years: two dendroscales of pine growing on Vaccinium-myrtillus sites of normal moisture, a dendroscale of spruce stands growing on moist Caricoso-sphagnosum sites, and one of Larix sibirica growing at the polar limits.


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