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Drought of 1992 in Lithuania and consequences to Norway spruce


Drought of 1992 in Lithuania and consequences to Norway spruce



Baltic Forestry 7(2): 25-30



ISSN/ISBN: 1392-1355

Dendroclimatological research was conducted during 1995-2000 to investigate the impact of the summer drought in 1992 on the tree rings (latewood and earlywood) of Norway spruce (Picea abies) in different regions of Lithuania. A total of 45 research plots were selected based on 4 forest types: on dry sites - Piceetum vaccinio-myrtillosum and Piceetum hepatico-oxalidosum, and on moderately wet sites - Piceetum myrtillosum and Piceetum myrtillo-oxalidosum.

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