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Section 1: Cultural heritage
- Eckstein, D. & Wrobel, S. Dendrochronological proof of origin of historic timber – retrospect and perspectives.
- Hoffsummer, P. The evolution of roofing in Northern France and Belgium from the 11th to the 18th century as revealed by dendrochronology.
- Bleicher, N. Dendroarchaeology of late-neolithic timber in the Federseebasin.
- Susperregi, J. Oak dendrochronology studies in the Basque Country.
Section 2: Climatology
- Beck, W. Finding best regression approach for description of climate-growth relationships by floating time spans of varying width.
- Bijak, Sz. Tree growth – climate response in relation to habitat type in spruce stands of the Borecka Primeval Forest.
- Büntgen, U. Esper, J., Verstege, A., Nievergelt, D., Frank, D.C. & Wilson, R.J.S. Climatic response of multiple tree-ring parameters from the Spanish Central Pyrenees.
- Couralet, C., Sass-Klaassen, U., Sahle, Y., Sterck, F., Bekele, T. & Bongers, F. Dendrochronological investigations on Juniperus procera from Ethiopian dry afromontane forests.
- Esper, J., Büntgen, U., Frank, D., Pichler, T. & Nicolussi, K. Updating the Tyrol tree-ring dataset.
- Frank, D., Ovchinnikov, D., Kirdyanov, A. & Esper, J. The potential for long-term climatic reconstructions in the Central Altay mountains from living and relict larch.
- Friedrichs, D., Neuwirth, B., Löffler, J. & Winiger, M. Dendroclimatology in the low mountain ranges, Germany.
- Kaczka, R.J. & Büntgen, U. Spatial autocorrelation and growth/climate response of a high elevation spruce network along the Carpathian arc.
- Neuwirth, B., Friedrichs, D. & Hennen, M. 2003 – where is the negative pointer year? A case study for the NW-German low mountain ranges.
- Schultz, J., Neuwirth, B., Löffler, J. & Winiger, M. GWL-fingerprints in Central European tree-rings.
- Trouet, V. & Taylor, A. Fire-climate interactions in northern California.
Section 3: Isotopes
- Treydte, K., et al. (34 co-authors, list suppressed). Climate signals in the European isotope network ISONET.
- Weidner, K., Helle, G., Löffler, J., Neuwirth, B. & Schleser, G.H. Stable isotope and tree-ring width variations of larch affected by larch budmoth outbreaks.
Section 4: Ecology
- Bär, A., Bräuning, A. & Löffler, J. Climate-growth relationships of the dwarf shrub species Empetrum hermaphroditum in the Norwegian Scandes.
- Calva-Vázquez, G., Hernández-Tapia, R., Rodríguez-Fernández, L. & Ruvalcaba-Sil, J.L. Study of the elemental concentration variation of Mn, Fe, Cu, Zn and Pb in rings of growth of Abies religiosa and Pinus montezumae from Mexico Basin Surroundings.
- Chauchard, S., Carcaillet, C. & Guibal, F. Threshold of land-use abandonment controls the rate of Pinus sylvestris recruitment and the forest dynamics in a Mediterranean mountain (Provence, S-E France).
- Copini, P., Sass-Klaassen, U. & den Ouden, J. Dendrochronology as a tool for historical ecological research. Two case studies from the Netherlands.
- De Ridder, M., Haneca, K., Beeckman, H., Samson, R. & Van Acker, J. Dendrochronological monitoring of air pollution in the Ghent canal area (Belgium).
- Fischer, S., Neuwirth, B., Winiger, M. & Löffler, J. Nature conservation – influencing factor on radial tree growth? A conceptual approach of a new project.
- Rybnícek, M., Frouz, J., Gryc, V., Vavrcík, H. & Štourac, O. The influence of wood ants on forest tree growth.
- Sass-Klaassen, U., Chowdhury, Md. Q., Sterck, F.J. & Zweifel, R. Effects of water availability on the growth and tree morphology of Quercus pubescens Willd. and Pinus sylvestris L. in the Valais, Switzerland.
- Weber, P. & Bardgett, R.D. Dominant trees alter growing conditions in their surroundings.
Section 5: Geomorphology
- Heinrich, I., Gärtner, H. & Monbaron, M. Wood anatomy and Dendrogeomorphology – Reaction wood varieties caused by different experimental treatments.
- Kaczka, R.J. & Morin, H. The dendrochronological records of debris flow activity in SE Quebec.
- Malik, I. & Owczarek, P. Dendrochronological records of erosion and sedimentation in a mid-mountain stream (Jeseniki Mountains – Czech Republic).
- Roer, I., Gärtner, H. & Heinrich, I. Dendrogeomorphological analysis of alpine trees and shrubs growing on active and inactive rockglaciers.
Section 6: Wood anatomy
- Gryc, V., Rybnícek, M. & Vavrcík, H. Anatomical description of tracheids in the compression wood of Norway spruce (Picea abies L. Karst.).
- Vavrcík, H., Gryc, V. & Rybnícek, M. Analysis of root-wood in Scots pine.
- Wils, T.H.G. & Eshetu, Z. Reconstructing the flow of the River Nile from Juniperus procera and Prunus africana tree rings (Ethiopia) – an explorative study on cross-dating and climate signal.
- Gurskaya, M.A. A comparison of extreme conditions at the southern and polar Ural, using frost rings in wood of Siberian spruce.