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Section 1: Ecology & geomorphology

  • Bronisz, A., Bronisz, K., Bijak, Sz., Tomusiak, R., Wojtan, R., & Zasada, M. Dendroclimatological investigation on radial growth of silver fir from inside and outside distribution range in Poland.
  • Maziarz, M. Tree-ring record of slope processes and gully floor dynamics, Strzelińskie Hills, Sudetes Mountains.
  • van der Maaten-Theunissen, M.J.C., Kahle, H.P. & Spiecker, H. Growth responses of Abies alba Mill. and Picea abies (L.) Karst at different altitudes in south-western Germany.
  • Babst, F., Frank, D.C., Parlow, E. & Esper, J. Age and susceptibility of Fennoscandian mountain birch (Betula pubescens) towards insect outbreaks.
  • Treydte, K., Boda, S., Battipaglia, G., Fonti, P., Gessler, A., Graf-Pannatier, E., Saurer, M., Siegwolf, R. & Werner, W. The pathway of oxygen isotopes from soil to wood (Lötschental, Swiss Alps).
  • Malik, I., Danek, M. & Krąpiec, M. Air pollution recorded in Scots Pine growing near a chemical plant, preliminary results and perspective (Upper Silesia, southern Poland).
  • Čater, M., & Levanič, T. Physiological and growth response of European larch (Larix decidua Mill.) and pedunculate oak (Quercus robur L.) to environmental changes.
  • Copini, P., Sass-Klaassen, U. & den Ouden, J. Coppice fingerprints in growth patterns of pedunculate oak (Quercus robur).

Section 2: Climatology

  • Tene, A., Tobin, B., Ray, D., Black, K. & Nieuwenhuis, M. Adaptability of forest species to climate change.
  • Schultz, J., Neuwirth, B., Winiger, M. & Löffler, J. Atmospheric Circulation indices derived from trees and GWL.
  • Seim, A., Treydte, K., Büntgen, U., Esper, J., Fonti, P., Haska, H., Herzig, F., Tegel, W. & Faust, D. Exploring the potential of Pinus heldreichii CHRIST for long-term climate reconstruction in Albania.
  • Pospieszyńska, A., Koprowski, M., Zielski, A. & Przybylak, R. Climate reaction of old stands Pinus sylvestris L. in Gołąbki Forest Inspectorate (Poland).
  • Tenca, A. & Carrer, M. Growth climate response at high elevation: comparing Alps and Himalayas.
  • Bijak, Sz. Climate-growth relationships of Norway spruce in north-eastern Poland.
  • Levanič, T. & Toromani, E. Austrian pine (Pinus nigra Arnold.) tree-ring width chronology from northeast Albania – preliminary results.
  • Panayotov, M., Dimitrov, D., Popa, I., Tsavkov, E. & Yurukov, S. Pointer years in Picea abies (L.) Karst. and Fagus sylvatica L. tree-ring chronologies from Bulgaria and Romania.
  • Heinrich, I., Touchan, R., Weidner, K. & Helle, G. Climate signals in stable isotopes of Juniper from Turkey back to AD 1025.
  • Edvardsson, J. Development of south Swedish pine chronologies from peat bogs – extension of existing records and assessment of palaeoclimatic potential.

Section 3: Archaeology

  • Čufar, K., Zupančič, M., Krže, L., de Luis, M. & Eckstein, D. Dendrochronology of oak (Quercus spp.) in Slovenia – an interim report.
  • Kolar, T., Rybnicek, M. & Premyslovska, E. Dating and properties of subfossil oak wood.

Section 4: Wood anatomy & seasonal dynamics

  • Bräuning, A., Krepkowski, J. & Gebrekirstos, A. Seasonal growth dynamics of different tree species and their climatic control in Munessa Forest, Ethiopia.
  • Gryc, V., Vavrčík, H., Šlezingerová, J. & Koňas, P. Basic density of spruce wood, wood with bark, and bark of branches in locations in the Czech Republic.
  • Vavrčík, H., Gryc, V. & Koňas, P. Comparison of wood density in relation to growth rings of English oak and Sessile oak.