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TRACE Vol. 2 (2003)

CONTENTS

SECTION 1 ECOLOGY

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

 

SECTION 2 GEOMORPHOLOGY

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

 

SECTION 3 CLIMATOLOGY

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

 

SECTION 4 ISOTOPES AND CLIMATE

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

 

SECTION 5 PALAEO-ENVIRONMENTS

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

 

SECTION 6 CULTURAL HERITAGE

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

 

SECTION 7 NEW APPLICATIONS

R. Witbaard, E. Jansma and U. Sass-Klaassen:
Malacochronology - the application of dendrochronological methods on marine bivalve (shell)
growth
160 pdf

 

List of participants
TRACE 2003 Conference, May 1st - 3rd 2003, Utrecht, the Netherlands
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