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- H. Pretzsch; M. del Río; Ch. Ammer; A. Avdagic; I. Barbeito; K. Bielak; G. Brazaitis; L. Coll; G. Dirnberger; L. Drössler; M. Fabrika; D. I. Forrester; K. Godvod; M. Heym; V. Hurt; V. Kurylyak; M. Löf; F. Lombardi; B. Matović; F. Mohren; R. Motta; J. den Ouden; M. Pach; Q. Ponette; G. Schütze; J. Schweig; J. Skrzyszewski; V. Sramek; H. Sterba; D. Stojanović; M. Svoboda; M. Vanhellemont; K. Verheyen; K. Wellhausen; T. Zlatanov; A. Bravo-Oviedo
- European journal of forest research 2015 v.134 no.5 pp. 927-947
- drought; mixed stands; trees; risk; Fagus sylvatica subsp. sylvatica; production technology; pure stands; site index; climate change; stand density; Pinus sylvestris; temperature; climatic factors; mixing; timber production; forest inventory; stand basal area; Ukraine; Sweden; Bulgaria; Spain
- ... Mixing of complementary tree species may increase stand productivity, mitigate the effects of drought and other risks, and pave the way to forest production systems which may be more resource-use efficient and stable in the face of climate change. However, systematic empirical studies on mixing effects are still missing for many commercially important and widespread species combinations. Here we s ...