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    • Growth and yield of mixed versus pure stands of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L. ) and European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) analysed along a productivity gradient through Europe 

      Pretzsch, Hans; del Río, Miren; Ammer, Christian; Avdagic, A.; Barbeito, I.; Bielak, Kamil; Brazaitis, G.; Coll Mir, Lluís; Dirnberger, G.; Drössler, L.; Fabrika, M.; Forrester, David I.; Godvod, K.; Heym, Michael; Hurt, V.; Kurylyak, Viktor; Löf, Magnus; Lombardi, Fabio; Matovic, B.; Mohren, Frits; Motta, R.; den Ouden, Jan; Pach, Maciej; Ponette, Quentin; Schütze, Gerhard; Schweig, J.; Skrzyszewski, J.; Srámek, V.; Sterba, Hubert; Stojanovic, Dejan; Svoboda, M.; Vanhellemont, M.; Verheyen, Kris; Wellhausen, K.; Zlatanov, Tzvetan; Bravo-Oviedo, A. (Springer, 2015)
      Mixing of complementary tree species may increase stand productivity, mitigate the effects of drought and other risks, and pave the way to forest production systems which may be more resource-use efficient and stable in ...