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Evolutions possibles de contraintes climatiques et conséquences pour la croissance des arbres

Abstract : The probable consequences of changes in the major climate variables (rainfall, temperature, potential evapotranspiration) on growth and dieback of forest trees are analysed for the range of variations forecasted by global climate change models. The sensitivity of phenology (temperature effects) and levels of water constraints during the growing season (change in rainfall and potential evapotranspiration) are developed. On the basis of the relations established by a retrospective dendroclimatological approach between radial increment and climate, the consequences of climate variations on the radial increment of beech and on oak mortality are discussed.
Keywords : CHENE HETRE DOUGLAS
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Nathalie Bréda, André Granier, Gilbert Aussenac. Evolutions possibles de contraintes climatiques et conséquences pour la croissance des arbres. Revue forestière française, AgroParisTech, 2001, 52 (sp), pp.73-90. ⟨hal-02681068⟩

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