iForest vol. 13 (April 2020) - Table of Contents

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Review Papers

Wood anatomy of boreal species in a warming world: a review

Zhang S, Belien E, Ren H, Rossi S, Huang JG

vol. 13, pp. 130-138 (online: Apr 09, 2020) - doi: 10.3832/ifor3230-013

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Research Articles

Oak often needs to be promoted in mixed beech-oak stands - the structural processes behind competition and silvicultural management in mixed stands of European beech and sessile oak

Maleki K, Zeller L, Pretzsch H

vol. 13, pp. 80-88 (online: Mar 01, 2020) - doi: 10.3832/ifor3172-013

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Research Articles

Runoff reconstruction and climatic influence with tree rings, in the Mayo river basin, Sonora, Mexico

Martínez-Sifuentes AR, Villanueva-Díaz J, Estrada-Ávalos J

vol. 13, pp. 98-106 (online: Mar 11, 2020) - doi: 10.3832/ifor3190-013

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Research Articles

Conservation of Betula oycoviensis, an endangered rare taxon, using vegetative propagation methods

Vítámvás J, Kuneš I, Viehmannová I, Linda R, Baláš M

vol. 13, pp. 107-113 (online: Mar 23, 2020) - doi: 10.3832/ifor3243-013

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Research Articles

Using field and nursery treatments to establish Quercus suber seedlings in Mediterranean degraded shrubland

Muñoz-Rengifo J, Chirino E, Cerdán V, Martínez J, Fosado O, Vilagrosa A

vol. 13, pp. 114-123 (online: Mar 26, 2020) - doi: 10.3832/ifor3095-013

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Research Articles

Influences of forest gaps on soil physico-chemical and biological properties in an oriental beech (Fagus orientalis L.) stand of Hyrcanian forest, north of Iran

Amolikondori A, Vajari KA, Feizian M, Di Iorio A

vol. 13, pp. 124-129 (online: Apr 07, 2020) - doi: 10.3832/ifor3205-013

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Short Communications

Preliminary indications for diverging heat and drought sensitivities in Norway spruce and Scots pine in Central Europe

Kunert N

vol. 13, pp. 89-91 (online: Mar 01, 2020) - doi: 10.3832/ifor3216-012

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Short Communications

The importance of tree species and size for the epiphytic bromeliad Fascicularia bicolor in a South-American temperate rainforest (Chile)

Ortega-Solís G, Díaz I, Mellado-Mansilla D, Moreno-González R, Godoy J, Samaniego H

vol. 13, pp. 92-97 (online: Mar 10, 2020) - doi: 10.3832/ifor2710-013

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