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Section 1: Climatology
- Hochreuther, P., Münchow, J., Grießinger, J. & Bräuning, A. Relationships between ring width and maximum latewood density – an example from southeast Tibet.
- Spannl, S., Ganzhi, O., Peters, T. & Bräuning, A. Tree growth under climatic and trophic forcing – a nutrient manipulation experiment in Southern Ecuador.
- Magnuszewski, M., Orozumbekow, A. & Zasada, M. Radial growth and climate signals of Picea schrenkiana at different elevations in the Sary-Chelek Biosphere Reserve, Kyrgyzstan.
- Ludwisiak, Ł. & Magnuszewski, M. The influence of pluvial conditions on the radial increment of the Douglas fir and eastern white pine in north-eastern Poland.
- Fregien, K., Heinrich, I., Helle, G., Dorado Liñán, I. & Neuwirth, B. Growth response of sessile oak to climatic variability at two sites in West and Northeast Germany.
- Linke, N. & Beck, W. Growth course and climate sensitivity of Norway spruce (Picea abies [L.] Karst) in Brandenburg/Germany.
- Klesse, S. & Frank, D. Testing the application of Regional Curve Standardization to living tree datasets.
- Acevedo, W., Cubasch U., Reich, S. & Matthes, K. Forward modelling of tree-ring width chronologies from the Spanish Pyrenees using VS-Lite model.
Section 2: Isotopes
- Ullrich, B., Graf Pannatier, E., Saurer, M., Simard, S. & Treydte, K. Stable oxygen isotopes in xylem water and soil water of alpine trees.
- Schollaen, K. & Helle, G. A novel approach for the preparation of high-resolution stable isotope records from tropical tree-rings.
- Konter, O., Holzkämper, S., Helle, G., Büntgen, U. & Esper, J. Trends and signals in decadally resolved carbon isotopes from the Spanish Pyrenees.
- Schollaen, K. & Helle, G. Testing the influence of graphite and gypsum markings on stable isotope values (δ13C, δ18O) of tropical tree rings.
- Stantscheva, M., Esper, J. & Werner, W. Do stable oxygen isotopes from Pinus sylvestris reveal different water sources in Central Germany?
Section 3: Ecology
- Beck, W., Müller, J. & Sanders, T. Intra-annual weather conditions, ecosystem water fluxes and tree growth reactions – hydroecological and dendroecological findings from intensive sampling plots with different forest tree species.
- Riechelmann, D.F.C., Schmidhalter, M., Büntgen, U. & Esper, J. Extending the high elevation larch ring width chronology from the Simplon region in the Swiss Alps over the past millennium.
- Eaton, E.L., Barsoum, N., Levanič, T., Pargade, J., Bonnart, X. & Morison, J.I.L. Inter-annual variation in oak growth over the past century in southern England and northern France.
- Stenger, F. Reconstruction of ancient floodplain oaks on the base of subfossil oaks.
- Edvardsson, J., Poska, A., Hammarlund, D., Linderson, H., Rundgren, M., Van der Putten, N. & Hansson, A. Late-Holocene peatland expansion and tree succession at Viss mosse, southern Sweden, inferred from subfossil trees and peat stratigraphy.
- Klisz, M., Jastrzębowski, S. & Nowakowska, J. Genetic parameters of wood density in European larch families from seedling seed orchards.
- Di Filippo, A., Biondi, F., Ziaco, E. & Piovesan, G. Dendroecological networks to investigate forest dynamics: the case of European beech in Italy.
Section 4: Archaeology
- Frank, Th., Diethelm, B. & Busch, R. Revision of dendrochronological data in the Rhineland, Germany. An interim report on a generational transfer of dendrodata.
- Bräuning, A., Scharf, A., Kretschmer, W. & Burchardt, I. Beyond dating: Archeological wood as a source of information of environmental changes in High Asia.
Section 5: Wood anatomy
- Hellmann, L., Tegel, W., Eggertsson, O., Schweingruber, F.H., Blanchette, R., Kirdyanov, A., Gärtner, H. & Büntgen, U. On the importance of anatomical classification in Arctic driftwood research.
Section 6: Geomorphology
- Rzepecka, A, Czajka, B., Mikuś, P., Kaczka, R.J. & Wyżga, B. Development of an island with a patchy structure in a gravel-bed river: Coupling of tree-ring and GIS methods.
- Munteanu, A. & Pop, O. Dendrological reconstruction of the avalanches occurring on the eastern slope of the Piatra Craiului Mts. (Carpathians, Romania), preliminary results.