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000082215 245__ $$aSuccession from bog pine (Pinus uncinata var. rotundata) to Norway spruce (Picea abies) stands in relation to anthropic factors in Les Saignolis bog, Jura Mountains, Switzerland
000082215 269__ $$a2003
000082215 260__ $$c2003
000082215 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000082215 520__ $$aIn Jura bogs, on deep and nutrient-poor peat, the ecotone between bog pine forest and Norway spruce forest is sharp and, in a few disturbed situations, no succession pine forest-spruce forest occurs. The bog Les Saignolis lies at the top of an anticline, on thin and oligotrophic peat. Several documents attest some anthropic disturbances (clear cut and drainage). Beside these historical data and with the aim of reconstructing vegetation dynamics and tree growth, we realised synusial phytosociological releves and, in a mixed pine-spruce stand, we studied tree radial growth. Following the clear cut, the bog pine, the pubescent birch, and the Norway spruce settled simultaneously. The birch disappeared rapidly. The present cohort of pine settled and grew rapidly, and then declined because of the competition by spruce. Spruce settled progressively and increased its growth regularly except when pine settled and grew. Interspecific competition between pines and spruces and intraspecific competition between dominant and sub-dominant spruces were put into evidence by radial growth analysis.
000082215 6531_ $$araised bog
000082215 6531_ $$adisturbance
000082215 6531_ $$asuccession
000082215 6531_ $$adendroecology
000082215 6531_ $$asynusial
000082215 6531_ $$aphytosociology
000082215 6531_ $$aLODGEPOLE PINE
000082215 6531_ $$aSITKA SPRUCE
000082215 6531_ $$aTREE ROOTS
000082215 6531_ $$aWATER-TABLE
000082215 6531_ $$aSYNUSIAL
000082215 6531_ $$aPHYTOSOCIOLOGY
000082215 6531_ $$aOXYGEN-TRANSPORT
000082215 6531_ $$aANNOTATED LIST
000082215 6531_ $$aTOLERANCE
000082215 6531_ $$aGROWTH
000082215 6531_ $$aDEPTH
000082215 700__ $$aFrelechoux, F.
000082215 700__ $$0241312$$g133834$$aButtler, A.
000082215 700__ $$0240673$$g152486$$aGillet, F.
000082215 700__ $$aGobat, J. M.
000082215 700__ $$aSchweingruber, F. H.
000082215 773__ $$j60$$tAnnals of Forest Science$$k4$$q347-356
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