Effet du statut social des arbres sur la réponse du Hêtre et du Sapin au climat et à ses aléas, en peuplements mélangés dans le contexte du massif Vosgien

Abstract : In most dendroecological studies, authors sample only dominant trees, supposed to be more sensitive to climate than trees in harder competition situations (codominant and suppressed trees). Thus, a large variability part of climate response might be disregarded. The aim of this study is to evaluate the effect of social status and other stage of growth or competition indicators on climate sensibility in Vosges Mountains. The results will provide new informations and allow estimating if we should take into account this indicator to get unbiased results in the future. The comparison between social status and others indicators will make us understand which parameters are important in the climatic signal integration and the division terms of climatic stresses in the stands. Mixed stands context allow comparison with precedent results in pure stands.
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Paul Eberle. Effet du statut social des arbres sur la réponse du Hêtre et du Sapin au climat et à ses aléas, en peuplements mélangés dans le contexte du massif Vosgien. Sciences de l'environnement. 2012. ⟨hal-01870935⟩

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