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Section 1: Archaeology

  • Billamboz, A. Dendrotypology as a key approach of former woodland and settlement developments. Examples from the prehistoric pile dwellings on Lake Constance (Germany).
  • Fraiture, P. The “Master of Elsloo”: an anonymous production of sculptures documented by dendrochronology.
  • Ravotto, A. Starting points for dendroarchaeology in Catalonia.
  • Sadori, L. & Masi, A. Archaeological woody plant remains as indicators of human selection and environmental changes.

Section 2: Climatology

  • Cuenca, J., Schneider, L., Konter, O., Düthorn, E., Esper, J. & Patón, D. Dendrochronological comparison of Castanea sativa Mill. and Quercus pyrenaica Willd. in southwest Spain.
  • Czajka, B. & Kaczka, R.J. Stability of natural and modified timberline at Babia Gora Mt., Carpathians.
  • Dorado-Liñán I., Zorita E., González-Rouco J.F., Andreu-Hayles L., Muntán E., Campello F., Heinrich I. & Gutiérrez, E. The signature of natural and anthropogenic climate drivers in tree rings from the south of the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Düthorn E., Lindén J., Timonen M., Gläser S. & Esper, J. Heterogeneous climate signal in Pinus sylvestris tree-ring chronologies from southern Finland.
  • Magnuszewski, M. Comparison of the influence of climate on tree-ring growth on different spruce species growing in different environmental conditions.
  • Schneider, L., Smerdon, J., Büntgen, U., Myglan, V.S. & Esper, J. Timing and duration of post-volcanic Northern Hemisphere cooling revealed from tree-ring records of maximum latewood density.
  • Timofeeva, G., Frank, D., Wiles, G. & Treydte, K. Do oxygen isotopes in tree rings from coastal Alaska record atmospheric circulation patterns?

Section 3: Ecology & forest management

  • Alfaro, R.I., Hawkes, B. & Axelson, J. Using dendrochronology to characterize forest disturbance by mountain pine beetle.
  • Kaczka, R.J., Czajka, B., Wyżga, B., Wróblewska, A. & Mikuś, P. Hydroclimatic effects on the condition of grey alder (Alnus incana L. Moench) and European larch (Larix decidua L. Mill.) growing in the riparian forest of an incised mountain river.
  • Lo Monaco, A., Caputo, F., Calienno, L., Balletti, F. & Picchio, R. Growth effects of thinning operation in an umbrella pine (Pinus pinea L.) stand in central Italy.
  • Malik, I., Polowy, M., Krzemien, K., Wistuba, M., Gorczyca, E., Papciak, T., Wrońska-Wałach, D., Abramowicz, A., Sobucki, M. & Zielonka, T. Possibility to distinguish tree-ring reductions caused by landsliding and by air pollution (example from Western Carpathians).

Section 4: Wood anatomy

  • Bräuning, A., Krepkowski, J., Hiltner, U. & Gebrekirstos, A. Annual growth ring formation and growth rates of different tree functional types in a tropical mountain forest in Ethiopia.
  • Gebrekirstos, A., Beedy, T., Sileshi, G.W. & Neufeldt, H. Do we expect formation of growth rings on species with reverse phenology?
  • Prislan, P., Čufar, K., Gričar, J., De Luis, M., Koch, G. & Schmitt, U. Wood and phloem formation in beech (Fagus sylvatica).
  • Wistuba, M., Chochół, K., Malik, I., Michałowicz, P., Pilorz, W. & Kojs, P. Vertical variability of tree-ring eccentricity in stems of Scots pine trees (Pinus sylvestris L.).