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- Ortiz-Quijano, Adriana Beatriz; Cuevas-Cardona, Consuelo; Villanueva-díaz, José; López-Mata, Lauro; Sánchez-González, Arturo
- Tree-ring research 2018 v.74 no.1 pp. 108-119
- Fagus grandifolia, etc ; anthropogenic activities; canopy; climatic factors; dendrochronology; forests; growth rings; Mexico; Show all 8 Subjects
- ... forests in Mexico. These are forests where F. grandifolia subsp. mexicana dominates ...
... subsp. mexicana were used to identify the main events that have affected populations ...
... environmental history. In this study, ring-width series of a sample of Fagus grandifolia ...
- Rodríguez-Ramírez, Ernesto Chanes; Luna-Vega, Isolda; Rozas, Vicente
- Tree-ring research 2018 v.74 no.1 pp. 94-107
- Fagus grandifolia, etc ; Miocene epoch; climate change; climatic factors; endangered species; growing season; growth rings; habitat fragmentation; mountains; temperature; trees; tropical montane cloud forests; Mexico; Show all 13 Subjects
- ... Mexican beech (Fagus grandifolia subsp. mexicana) has been classified as an ...
... by other Fagus species. Mexican beech growth appears to be influenced by ...
... results suggest that the persistence of Fagus-dominated forests in Mexico is dependent ...
- Rodríguez-Ramírez, Ernesto Chanes; Martínez-Falcón, Ana Paola; Luna-Vega, Isolda
- Annals of forest science 2018 v.75 no.1 pp. 27
- Fagus grandifolia, etc ; Magnolia; Quercus; canopy; mature plants; seedlings; species recruitment; tree and stand measurements; trees; tropical montane cloud forests; Mexico; Show all 11 Subjects
- ... KEY MESSAGE : Recruitment strategies of Mexican beech seedlings depend on mother tree distribution and light incidence in early stages of development. Spatial patterns are also affected by the structure and composition of tree species within Mexican beech forests. CONTEXT : Canopy openness and conspecific trees play a key role in Mexican beech spatial distribution and might strongly influence ecos ...