BerningerNikinmaa1997

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Berninger, F., Nikinmaa, E. (1997) Implications of varying pipe model relationships on scots pine growth in different climates. Functional Ecology, 11(2):146-156.

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1. The process-based model SIMFORG, based on the pipe theory, was parameterized for Scots Pine at six locations along a north-south gradient in Europe. The ratio of foliage mass to stem cross-sectional area was changed as a function of potential evapotranspiration as proposed by Berninger et al. (1995). 2. Allocation to the stem differed between the locations and affected consequently the stemwood production. Variation in the net primary production and differences in the pipe model parameters were responsible for these differences. There was good agreement between measured and simulated data. 3. Increase in primary production, as predicted by climate-change senarios, increased allocation to the stem. However, the results were sensitive to changes in the foliage mass to stem sapwood cross-sectional area ratio. The changes in allocation were higher in the north than in the south.

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@ARTICLE { BerningerNikinmaa1997,
    AUTHOR = { Berninger, F. and Nikinmaa, E. },
    TITLE = { Implications of varying pipe model relationships on scots pine growth in different climates },
    JOURNAL = { Functional Ecology },
    YEAR = { 1997 },
    VOLUME = { 11 },
    PAGES = { 146-156 },
    NUMBER = { 2 },
    NOTE = { 02698463 (ISSN) Cited By (since 1996): 25 Export Date: 24 April 2007 Source: Scopus CODEN: FECOE Language of Original Document: English Correspondence Address: Berninger, F.; Department of Forest Ecology; University of Helsinki; PO Box 24 00014 Helsinki, Finland References: Abejon, J.L., Lloranca, J.A., Tablas de Production de Densidad variable para Pinus sylvestris (1989) Communicationes I.N.I.A., Serie Recursos Naturales, pp. N47; Albrektson, A., Tallens Biomassa, Storlek-Utveckling - Uppskatningsmetoder. Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet (1980) Rapporter, 2, pp. 1-189; Alvera, B., Estudios en bosques de coniferas del Pirineo Central. Serie A: Pinar con acebo de San Juan de Pen?a (1) Production de hojaresca (1974) Pirineos, 109, pp. 17-29; Berninger, F., Effects of drought and phenology on GPP in Pinus sylvestris: A simulation study along a geographical gradient (1997) Functional Ecology, 11, pp. 33-42; Berninger, F., Nikinmaa, E., Foliage area sapwood area relationships of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) trees in different climates (1994) Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 24, pp. 2263-2268; Berninger, F., Menccucini, M., Nikinmaa, E., Grace, J., Hari, P., Evaporative demand determines branchiness in Scots pine (1995) Oecologia, 102, pp. 164-168; Beuker, E., Adaptation to climatic changes of the timing of budburst in populations of Pinus sylvestris L. and Picea abies (L.) Karst (1994) Trees, 14, pp. 961-970; Cannell, M.G.R., Willet, S.C., Shoot growth phenology, dry matter distribution and root:shoot ratios of provenances of Populus trichocarpa, Picea sitchensis and Pinus conforta growing in Scotland (1976) Silva Genetica, 25, pp. 49-59; Cannel, M.G.R., Shephard, L.J., Ford, E.D., Wilson, R.H.F., Clonal differences in dry matter distribution, wood specific gravity and foliage 'efficiency' in Picea sitchensis and Pinus contorts (1983) Silva Genetica, 32, pp. 195-202; Carlisle, A., A guide to the named variants of Scots Pine (Pinus sylvestris Linnaeus) (1968) Forestry, 24, pp. 203-224; Ceulemans, R., Mousseau, M., Effects of elevated atmospheric CO2 on woody plants (1994) New Phytologist, 127, pp. 425-446; Decourt, N., Le Pin sylvestre et le Pin laricio de Corse en Sologne (1965) Annales des Sciences Forestie?res, 12, pp. 259-318; Eamus, D., Jarvis, P.G., The direct effects of increase of the global atmospheric CO2 concentration on natural and commercial temperate trees and forests (1989) Advances in Ecological Research, 19, pp. 1-55; Ek, A.R., Size-age relationships for open grown red pine (1971) The University of Wisconsin, Forestry Research Notes No. 156, 156, pp. 41-44; Growth and yield of conifers in Great Britain (1928) Forestry Commission Bulletin No. 10, 10, pp. 1-187; Hari, P., Kelloma?ki, S., Ilonen, P., Kanninen, M., Korpilahti, E., Nygren, M., Dynamics of early development of tree stand (1982) Acta Forestalia Fennica, 177, pp. 1-39; Hari, P., Kaipiainen, L., Korpilahti, E., Ma?kela?, A., Nilson, T., Oker-Blom, P., Ross, J., Salminen, R., Structure, radiation and photosynthetic production in coniferous stands (1985) University of Helsinki, Department of Silviculture, Research Notes No. 54, 54, pp. 1-233; Hari, P., Heikinheimo, P., Ma?kela?, A., Kaipiainen, L., Korpilahti, E., Salmela, J., Trees as a water transport system (1986) Silva Fennica, 20, pp. 205-210; Hauhs, M., Kastner-Maresch, A., Rost-Siebert, K., A model relating forest growth to ecosystem-scale budgets of energy and nutrients (1995) Ecological Modelling, 83, pp. 229-243; Hertel, H., Kohlstock, N., Different genetic structures of two morphologial types of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) (1994) Silvae Genetica, 43, pp. 268-272; Huxley, J.S., Clines and auxilary taxonomic principle (1938) Nature, 142, pp. 15-21; Ilvessalo, Y., (1916) Kasvu Ja Tuottotaulukot, , J Simeliuksen Perillisten Kirjapaino, Helsinki; Kalela, A., Zur Synthese der experimentiellen Untersuchungen u?ber Klimarassen der Holzarten (1937) Communicationes Instituti Forestalis Fenniae, pp. 1-435. , 26.1; Koivisto, P., Kasvu-ja Tuottostaulukoita (1959) Communicationes Instituti Forestalis Fenniae, pp. 1-49. , 51.8; Ku?nstle, E., Mitscherlich, G., Ha?drich, F., Gaswechseluntersuchungen in Kiefernbesta?nden im Trockengebiet der Oberrheinebene (1979) Allgemeine Forst und Jagdzeitung, 150, pp. 205-228; Langlet, O., A cline or not a cline - A question of Scots pine (1959) Silva Genetica, 8, pp. 13-22. },
    ABSTRACT = { 1. The process-based model SIMFORG, based on the pipe theory, was parameterized for Scots Pine at six locations along a north-south gradient in Europe. The ratio of foliage mass to stem cross-sectional area was changed as a function of potential evapotranspiration as proposed by Berninger et al. (1995). 2. Allocation to the stem differed between the locations and affected consequently the stemwood production. Variation in the net primary production and differences in the pipe model parameters were responsible for these differences. There was good agreement between measured and simulated data. 3. Increase in primary production, as predicted by climate-change senarios, increased allocation to the stem. However, the results were sensitive to changes in the foliage mass to stem sapwood cross-sectional area ratio. The changes in allocation were higher in the north than in the south. },
    KEYWORDS = { Climate change geographical variation process-based model geographical variation growth modelling Scots pine SIMFORG Europe Pinaceae Pinus sylvestris },
    OWNER = { brugerolles },
    TIMESTAMP = { 2007.12.04 },
}

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