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Author Correction: The GenTree Dendroecological Collection, tree-ring and wood density data from seven tree species across Europe

Elisabet Martínez-Sancho 1 Lenka Slámová 1 Sandro Morganti 1 Claudio Grefen 2 Barbara Carvalho 3 B. Dauphin 1 Christian Rellstab 1 Felix Gugerli 1 Lars Opgenoorth 2 Katrin Heer 2 Florian Knutzen 4 Georg von Arx 1 Fernando Valladares 3 Stephen Cavers 5 Bruno Fady 6 Ricardo Alía 7 Filippos Aravanopoulos 8 Camilla Avanzi 9 Francesca Bagnoli 9 Evangelos Barbas 8 Catherine Bastien 10 Raquel Benavides 3 Frédéric Bernier 11 Guillaume Bodineau 12 Cristina Bastias 3 Jean-Paul Charpentier 10 José Climent 7 Marianne Corréard 13 Florence Courdier 6 Darius Danusevicius 14 Anna-Maria Farsakoglou 8 José García del Barrio 7 Olivier Gilg 13 Santiago González-Martínez 15 Alan Gray 5 Christoph Hartleitner 16 Agathe Hurel 15 Arnaud Jouineau 6 Katri Kärkkäinen 17 Sonja Kujala 17 Mariaceleste Labriola 9 Martin Lascoux 18 Marlène Lefebvre 10 Vincent Lejeune 12 Grégoire Le-Provost 15 Mirko Liesebach 19 Ermioni Malliarou 8 Nicolas Mariotte 6 Silvia Matesanz 20 Célia Michotey 21 Pascal Milesi 18 Tor Myking 22 Eduardo Notivol 23 Birte Pakull 19 Andrea Piotti 9 Christophe Plomion 15 Mehdi Pringarbe 13 Tanja Pyhäjärvi 24 Annie Raffin 11 José Ramírez-Valiente 7 Kurt Ramskogler 16 Juan Robledo-Arnuncio 7 Outi Savolainen 17 Silvio Schueler 25 Vladimir Semerikov 26 Ilaria Spanu 9 Jean Thévenet 13 Mari Mette Tollefsrud 22 Norbert Turion 13 Dominique Veisse 12 Giovanni Giuseppe Vendramin 9 Marc Villar 10 Johan Westin 27 Patrick Fonti 1 
Abstract : The dataset presented here was collected by the GenTree project (EU-Horizon 2020), which aims to improve the use of forest genetic resources across Europe by better understanding how trees adapt to their local environment. This dataset of individual tree-core characteristics including ring-width series and whole-core wood density was collected for seven ecologically and economically important European tree species: silver birch (Betula pendula), European beech (Fagus sylvatica), Norway spruce (Picea abies), European black poplar (Populus nigra), maritime pine (Pinus pinaster), Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris), and sessile oak (Quercus petraea). Tree-ring width measurements were obtained from 3600 trees in 142 populations and whole-core wood density was measured for 3098 trees in 125 populations. This dataset covers most of the geographical and climatic range occupied by the selected species. The potential use of it will be highly valuable for assessing ecological and evolutionary responses to environmental conditions as well as for model development and parameterization, to predict adaptability under climate change scenarios. An amendment to this paper has been published and can be accessed via a link at the top of the paper.
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Elisabet Martínez-Sancho, Lenka Slámová, Sandro Morganti, Claudio Grefen, Barbara Carvalho, et al.. Author Correction: The GenTree Dendroecological Collection, tree-ring and wood density data from seven tree species across Europe. Scientific Data , Nature Publishing Group, 2020, 7 (1), ⟨10.1038/s41597-020-0447-1⟩. ⟨hal-03282224⟩



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