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- D.I. Forrester; Ch. Ammer; P.J. Annighöfer; A. Avdagic; I. Barbeito; K. Bielak; G. Brazaitis; L. Coll; M. del Río; L. Drössler; M. Heym; V. Hurt; M. Löf; B. Matović; F. Meloni; J. den Ouden; M. Pach; M.G. Pereira; Q. Ponette; H. Pretzsch; J. Skrzyszewski; D. Stojanović; M. Svoboda; R. Ruiz-Peinado; G. Vacchiano; K. Verheyen; T. Zlatanov; A. Bravo-Oviedo
- Forest ecology and management 2017 v.405 pp. 112-133
- Fagus sylvatica; Pinus sylvestris; climate; edaphic factors; forest growth; growth models; leaves; mixed forests; mixing; plant available water; prediction; soil fertility; stand structure; temperature; temporal variation; Europe
- ... The productivity and functioning of mixed-species forests often differs from that of monocultures. However, the magnitude and direction of these differences are difficult to predict because species interactions can be modified by many potentially interacting climatic and edaphic conditions, stand structure and previous management. Process-based forest growth models could potentially be used to dis ...