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    • Effects of elevation-dependent climate warming on intra- and inter-specific growth synchrony in mixed mountain forests 

      del Río, Miren; Vergarechea, Marta; Hilmers, Torben; Alday, Josu G.; Avdagić, Admir; Binder, Franz; Bosela, Michal; Dobor, Laura; Forrester, David I.; Halilović, Velid; Ibrahimspahić, Aida; Klopcic, Matija; Lévesque, Mathieu; Nagel, Thomas A.; Sitkova, Zuzana; Schütze, Gerhard; Stajić, Branko; Stojanović, Dejan; Uhl, Enno; Zlatanov, Tzvetan; Tognetti, Roberto; Pretzsch, Hans (Elsevier, 2020-09-19)
      Spruce-fir-beech mixed forests cover a large area in European mountain regions, with high ecological and socio-economic importance. As elevation-zone systems they are highly affected by climate change, which is modifying ...
    • European beech stem diameter grows better in mixed than in mono-specific stands at the edge of its distribution in mountain forests 

      Pretzsch, Hans; Hilmers, Torben; Uhl, Enno; Bielak, Kamil; Bosela, Michal; del Río, Miren; Dobor, Laura; Forrester, David I.; Nagel, Thomas A.; Pach, Maciej; Avdagić, Admir; Bellan, Michal; Binder, Franz; Bončina, Andrej; Bravo, Felipe; de-Dios-García, Javier; Dinca, Lucian; Drozdowski, Stanisław; Giammarchi, Francesco; Hoehn, Maria; Ibrahimspahić, Aida; Jaworski, Andrzej; Klopčič, Matija; Kurylyak, Viktor; Lévesque, Mathieu; Lombardi, Fabio; Matović, Bratislav; Ordóñez, Cristóbal; Petráš, Rudolf; Rubio-Cuadrado, Álvaro; Stojanović, Dejan; Skrzyszewski, J.; Stajić, Branko; Svoboda, M.; Versace, Soraya; Zlatanov, Tzvetan; Tognetti, Roberto (Springer, 2021)
      Recent studies show that several tree species are spreading to higher latitudes and elevations due to climate change. European beech, presently dominating from the colline to the subalpine vegetation belt, is already present ...