Pretzsch, Hans, Motte, Florian, Grams, Thorsten E. E., Pritsch, Karin, Rötzer, Thomas, Hesse, Benjamin D., und Häberle Karl-Heinz (AFZ-DerWald 20/2021)

Literaturhinweise aus „Fichten und Buchen bei Trockenheit im Rein- und Mischbestand“ von Hans Pretzsch, Florian Motte, Thorsten E. E. Grams, Karin Pritsch, Thomas Rötzer, Benjamin D. Hesse und Karl-Heinz Häberle (AFZ-DerWald 20/2021):

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[15] Grams, T.E.E., Hesse, B.D., Gebhardt, T., Weikl, F., Rötzer, T., Kovacs, B., Hikino, K., Hafner, B.D., Brunn, M., Bauerle, T., Häberle, K-H., Pretzsch, H., Pritsch, K. (2020): The Kroof experiment – realization and efficacy of a recurrent drought experiment plus recovery in a beech/spruce forest. Ecosphere: in press.

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[22] Pretzsch, H., Schütze, G., Uhl, E. (2013): Resistance of European tree species to drought stress in mixed versus pure forests: evidence of stress release by inter‐specific facilitation. Plant Biology, 15(3), 483-495.

[23] Pretzsch, H., Grams, T., Häberle, K. H., Pritsch, K., Bauerle, T., Rötzer, T. (2020): Growth and mortality of Norway spruce and European beech in monospecific and mixed-species stands under natural episodic and experimentally extended drought. Results of the KROOF throughfall exclusion experiment. Trees, 34: 957–970.

[24] Pretzsch, H., del Río, M., Biber, P., Arcangeli, C., Bielak, K., Brang, P., … Ledermann, T. (2019): Maintenance of long-term experiments for unique insights into forest growth dynamics and trends: review and perspectives. European Journal of Forest Research, 138(1), 165-185.

[25] Pretzsch, H., Rötzer, T., Matyssek, R., Grams, T. E. E., Häberle, K. H., Pritsch, K., … Munch, J. C. (2014): Mixed Norway spruce (Picea abies [L.] Karst) and European beech (Fagus sylvatica [L.]) stands under drought: from reaction pattern to mechanism. Trees, 28(5), 1305-1321.

[26] Pretzsch, H., Schütze, G., Biber, P. (2018): Drought can favour the growth of small in relation to tall trees in mature stands of Norway spruce and European beech. Forest Ecosystems, 5(1), 20.

[27] Pretzsch, H., Schütze, G., Uhl, E. (2013): Resistance of European tree species to drought stress in mixed versus pure forests: evidence of stress release by inter‐specific facilitation. Plant Biology, 15(3), 483-495.

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[29] Rötzer, T., Häberle, K.H., Kallenbach, C., Matyssek, R., Pretzsch, H. (2017): Tree species and size drive water consumption of beech/spruce forests (Fagus sylvatica/Picea abies) – a simulation study highlighting growth under water limitation. Plant and Soil, 418(1), 337-356.

[30] Rose, L., Leuschner, C., Köckemann, B., Buschmann, H. (2009): Are marginal beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) provenances a source for drought tolerant ecotypes? European Journal of Forest Research, 128(4), 335-343.

[31] Rukh, S., Poschenrieder, W., Heym, M., Pretzsch, H. (2020): Drought Resistance of Norway Spruce (Picea abies [L.] Karst) and European Beech (Fagus sylvatica [L.]) in Mixed vs. Monospecific Stands and on Dry vs. Wet Sites. From Evidence at the Tree Level to Relevance at the Stand Level. Forests, 11(6), 639.

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