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Cedro, A. (2004). Zmiany klimatyczne na Pomorzu Zachodnim w swietle analizy sekwencji przyrostow rocznych sosny zwyczajnej, daglezji zielonej i rodzimych gatunkow debow [Climatic Changes in Western Pomerania in the Light of Analysis of Tree-Ring Sequences of Scots Pine, Douglas Fir and Native Species of Oak]. Oficyna in Plus: 30-36. (In Polish, with English Summary)

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  • TITLE: New Dendroclimatological Research of Oak (Quercus robur Lat.) in the Area of Šumadija-Central Serbia

    AUTHORS: Severin Šikanja

    KEYWORDS: Dendroclimatology, Climatic Changes, Oak Tree, Šumadija

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Forestry, Vol.9 No.1, December 29, 2018

    ABSTRACT: In this scientific paper, a complete field of research will be presented, with a detailed dendroclimatology of work, with final results, and conclusions. The research area is named as: “ROGOT”, and within the Forestry Office “Kragujevac” (Serbia), one of the holdings of J.P. Serbia-Forest. An oak tree (Quercus robur Lat.) will be analyzed, and this 30-tree will be arranged in three experimental fields. It should be emphasized that in each experimental field, 5 trees of generative, and 5 trees of deciduous origin will be analyzed, (10 trees per field, total of 30 trees) in order to exclude the genetic basis of variability. Luznjak’s forests are in a dense garden unit of approximate age close to 80 years, which is a good starting point for dendroclimate analysis. The work also analyzes the density of wood, and it has been proven that the density of wood of oak varies, depending on the climate change. Finally, the most appropriate statistical data processing is done. In the end, it was concluded that the research was successful, and that oak (Quercus robur Lat.) was proved to be an excellent indicator of climate change. Climate change is a very important topic in the world today.