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Presentations

No. Name, Surname Title
1
Jēkabs Dzenis, Didzis Elferts First steps in climate reconstruction from tree-rings of coniferous tree species in Latvia
2
Didzis Elferts
Use of program R in dendrochronology
3
Maris Hordo, Heiki Valdaru
Annual variation in the Scots pine diameter growth and its relation to weather variables in Järvselja thinning experimental plots
4
Āris Jansons Influence of meteorological conditions on height increment of Scots pine in young and mature stands
5
Alar Läänelaid, Sjoerd van Daalen, Maris Zunde, Rūtilė Pukienė
Dating a pine sculpture of Jonah and whale
6
Roberts Matisons, Guntis Brūmelis
Wood formation of oak in relation to climatic factors in Latvia
7
Madara Petrova The first dendrochronological research of wooden heritage in historic city of Jelgava, and its results
8
Marietta Pruuli Dendroecological case study in Käsmu peninsula
9
Rūtilė Pukienė
A new dendrochronological data standard TRiDaS
10 Juris Rieksts-Riekstiņš
Influence of meteorological conditions on height increment of lodgepole pine in Latvia
11
Linda Robalte, Guntis Brūmelis, Roberts Matisons
Characteristics of forest structure in wet spruce stands in forest reserve "Gruzdovas meži"
12
Kristina Sohar, Alar Läänelaid, Dieter Eckstein
Climatic signal in tree-ring widths of pedunculate oak (Quercus robur L.) in Estonia
13
Adomas Vitas Phytophthora fungi - primary pathogens of plants
14
Adomas Vitas
Are the faster growing trees resistant enough to air pollution and pests?
15
Adomas Vitas Trends of climate change in Lithuania
16
Adomas Vitas, Rūtilė Pukienė
Demonstration of Rinntech ® Arbotom impulse tomography (in small groups)
17
Maxim Yermokhin Dendrochronology zoning of pine stands (Pinus sylvestris L.) in Belarus
18
Māris Zunde
Remarks about some problems and tasks in tree-ring research




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