Hartmann, Henrik (AFZ-DerWald 6/2021)

Literaturhinweise zu „Dem Forst eine Chance geben!“ von Henrik Hartmann in AFZ-DerWald 6/2021

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[2] Allen, C. D., et al. (2010): A global overview of drought and heat-induced tree mortality reveals emerging climate change risks for forests. Forest Ecology and Management. 259(4): p. 660-684.

[3] Böttcher, H., Hennenberg, K.; Winger, C. (2018): Waldvision Deutschland, in Beschreibung von Methoden, Annahmen und Ergebnissen. Öko-Institut e.V. p. 80.

[4] Raffa, K. F., et al. (2008): Cross-scale drivers of natural disturbances prone to anthropogenic amplification: the dynamics of bark beetle eruptions. BioScience. 58(6): p. 501-517.

[5] Raffa, K. F., et al. (2015): Responses of tree-killing bark beetles to a changing climate. Climate Change and Insect Pests. 7: p. 173-201.

[6] Tomiczek, C.; Pfister, A. (2008): Was bedeutet der Klimawandel für die Borkenkäfer? BFW-Praxisinformation. 17: p. 23.

[7] Bundesministerium für Ernährung und Landwirtschaft (2017): Waldbericht der Bundesregierung 2017, J. Referat 533 Nationale Waldpolitik, Editor. Bundesministerium für Ernährung und Landwirtschaft. p. 288.

[8] Schuldt, B., et al. (2020): A first assessment of the impact of the extreme 2018 summer drought on Central European forests. Basic and Applied Ecology. 45: p. 86-103.

[9] Bolte, A. (2016): Chancen und Risiken der Buche im Klimawandel. AFZ-DerWald, Heft 12, S. 17-19.

[10] Ammer, C., et al. (2005): Zur Zukunft der Buche (Fagus sylvatica L.) in Mitteleuropa. – Kritische Anmerkungen zu einem Beitrag von Rennenberg et al. (2004).

[11] Rennenberg, H., et al. (2004): Die Buche (Fagus sylvatica L.) – ein Waldbaum ohne Zukunft im südlichen Mitteleuropa? Allgemeine Forst- und Jagdzeitung. 175: p. 210-24.

[12] Bennett, A. C., et al. (2015): Larger trees suffer most during drought in forests worldwide. Nature Plants. 1(10): p. 15139.

[13] Kimmins, J. (1999): Biodiversity, Beauty and the“ Beast“: Are beautiful forests sustainable, are sustainable forests beautiful, and is“ small“ always ecologically desirable? The Forestry Chronicle. 75(6): p. 955-960.

[14] Coates, K., et al. (2003): Use of a spatially explicit individual-tree model (SORTIE/BC) to explore the implications of patchiness in structurally complex forests. Forest Ecology and Management. 186: p. 297-310.