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Dendroecological study of three mountain pine forests (Pinus uncinata Mill. ex Mirb.) in the occidental French Alps

Dendroecological study of three mountain pine forests (Pinus uncinata Mill. ex Mirb.) in the occidental French Alps

Dendrochronologia 13: 101-111

ISSN/ISBN: 1125-7865

Three mountain pine forests (Pinus uncinata) were compared with dendroecological methods in the three main bioclimatical areas in the occidental French Alps. They were respectively situated in Correncon in the external rainy area (Vercors), in Chamrousse in the middle area (Belledonne), and in Briancon in the internal dry area. The radial growth as a function of age showed a similar low level for the two former sites, whereas a greater productivity was observed in the internal Alps.

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