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Section 1: Ecology

  • Bräuning, A. Tree-ring studies in the Dolpo-Himalya (western Nepal).
  • Gärtner, H. & Bräker, O.U. Roots – the hidden key players in estimating the potential of Swiss forests to act as carbon sinks.
  • Wegst, M. & Bräuning, A. Dendroecological analysis of vegetation dynamics on abandoned heath lands in the Svabian Jura, southern Germany.

Section 2: Geomorphology

  • Bollschweiler, M. & Ehmisch, M. Past debris-flow activity from tree-ring analysis at the Bruchji torrent, Valais, Switzerland.
  • Gussenstätter, F. & Bräuning, A. Changes in growth rates and wood anatomy of broad-leaved and coniferous tree species after a landslide event in the Remstal Valley (Southern Germany).
  • Weiss, E. & Wils, T. Tree rings and geomorphological processes in a mountainous region (French Alps).

Section 3: Climatology

  • Block, J., Magda, V.N. & Vaganov, E.A. Temporal and spatial variability of tree-growth in mountain forest steppe in Central Asia.
  • Frank, D., Esper, J., Büntgen, U. & Treydte, K. The first principal component of a high-elevation ring-width network from the western and central Alps.
  • Neuwirth, B. & Winiger, M. NAO and Tree Rings – a dendroclimatological network analyses of Central European chronologies.
  • Sass-Klaassen, U. Exploring oaks in modern wetland woods in Europe to trace the climate signal in tree-ring series of sub-fossil bog oaks.
  • Treter, U. & Block, J. Frost-ring distribution at the upper tree line in Mongolia.
  • Verstege, A., Esper, J., Neuwirth, B., Alifriqui, M. & Frank, D. On the potential of cedar forest in the Middle Atlas (Morocco) for climate reconstructions.
  • Büntgen, U., Esper, J., Schmidhalter, M., Frank, D., Treydte, K., Neuwirth, B. & Winiger, M. Using recent and historical larch wood to build a 1300-year Valais-chronology.

Section 4: Isotopes and climate

  • Poole, I., Sass-Klaassen, U., Wils, T., Helle, G., Schleser, G.H. & van Bergen, P.F. The use of stable-isotope dendrochronology for environmental interpretations from tree-ring patterns in sub-fossil bog oaks.
  • Treydte, K., Welscher, C., Schleser, G.H., Helle, G., Esper, J. & Winiger, M., Frank, D. & Büntgen, U. The climatic signal in oxygen isotopes of junipers at the lower timberline in the Karakorum, Pakistan.
  • Helle, G., Treydte, K. & Verheyden, A. Tropical Swietenia macrophylla wood reveals a systematic recurring carbon isotope pattern.

Section 5: Palaeo-enviroments

  • Sass-Klaassen, U., Kooistra, M., Kooistra, L., Hanraets, E., van Rijn, P. & Leuschner, H.-H. How did bog oaks grow? Excavation of a past woodland at Zwolle-Stadshagen, The Netherlands.

Section 6: Cultural heritage

  • Bleicher, N. Great efforts on small woods. Analysis of short ring-series from the neolithic lake-shore settlement of Homstaad-Hornle I A.
  • van Daalen, S. & van der Beek, J. Dendroprovenancing ship’s timbers. A pilot study on a Dutch 18th century ‘ventjager’.
  • Jansma, E. & Hanraets, E. Dating Flanders – towards a Flemish tree-ring chronology of oak.
  • Jansma, E., Hanraets, E. & Vernimmen, T. Tree-ring research on Dutch and Flemish art and furniture.
  • Vernimmen, T. & Sass-Klaassen, U. The role of dendrochronology in the protection of cultural heritage in The Netherlands.

Section 7: New applications

  • Witbaard, R., Jansma, E. & Sass-Klaassen, U. Malacochronology – the application of dendrochronological methods on marine bivalve (shell) growth.