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Impact of weather cues and resource dynamics on mast occurrence in the main forest tree species in Europe

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Impact of weather cues and resource dynamics on mast occurrence in the main forest tree species in Europe. / Nussbaumer, Anita; Waldner, Peter; Apuhtin, Vladislav; Aytar, Fatih; Benham, Sue; Bussotti, Filippo; Eichhorn, Johannes; Eickenscheidt, Nadine; Fabianek, Petr; Falkenried, Lutz; Leca, Stefan; Lindgren, Martti; Manzano Serrano, María José; Neagu, Stefan; Nevalainen, Seppo; Pajtik, Jozef; Potočić, Nenad; Rautio, Pasi; Sioen, Geert; Stakėnas, Vidas; Tasdemir, Celal; Thomsen, Iben Margrete; Timmermann, Volkmar; Ukonmaanaho, Liisa; Verstraeten, Arne; Wulff, Sören; Gessler, Arthur.

I: Forest Ecology and Management, Bind 429, 01.12.2018, s. 336-350.

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Nussbaumer, A, Waldner, P, Apuhtin, V, Aytar, F, Benham, S, Bussotti, F, Eichhorn, J, Eickenscheidt, N, Fabianek, P, Falkenried, L, Leca, S, Lindgren, M, Manzano Serrano, MJ, Neagu, S, Nevalainen, S, Pajtik, J, Potočić, N, Rautio, P, Sioen, G, Stakėnas, V, Tasdemir, C, Thomsen, IM, Timmermann, V, Ukonmaanaho, L, Verstraeten, A, Wulff, S & Gessler, A 2018, 'Impact of weather cues and resource dynamics on mast occurrence in the main forest tree species in Europe', Forest Ecology and Management, bind 429, s. 336-350. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2018.07.011

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Nussbaumer, A., Waldner, P., Apuhtin, V., Aytar, F., Benham, S., Bussotti, F., Eichhorn, J., Eickenscheidt, N., Fabianek, P., Falkenried, L., Leca, S., Lindgren, M., Manzano Serrano, M. J., Neagu, S., Nevalainen, S., Pajtik, J., Potočić, N., Rautio, P., Sioen, G., ... Gessler, A. (2018). Impact of weather cues and resource dynamics on mast occurrence in the main forest tree species in Europe. Forest Ecology and Management, 429, 336-350. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2018.07.011

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Nussbaumer A, Waldner P, Apuhtin V, Aytar F, Benham S, Bussotti F o.a. Impact of weather cues and resource dynamics on mast occurrence in the main forest tree species in Europe. Forest Ecology and Management. 2018 dec 1;429:336-350. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2018.07.011

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Nussbaumer, Anita ; Waldner, Peter ; Apuhtin, Vladislav ; Aytar, Fatih ; Benham, Sue ; Bussotti, Filippo ; Eichhorn, Johannes ; Eickenscheidt, Nadine ; Fabianek, Petr ; Falkenried, Lutz ; Leca, Stefan ; Lindgren, Martti ; Manzano Serrano, María José ; Neagu, Stefan ; Nevalainen, Seppo ; Pajtik, Jozef ; Potočić, Nenad ; Rautio, Pasi ; Sioen, Geert ; Stakėnas, Vidas ; Tasdemir, Celal ; Thomsen, Iben Margrete ; Timmermann, Volkmar ; Ukonmaanaho, Liisa ; Verstraeten, Arne ; Wulff, Sören ; Gessler, Arthur. / Impact of weather cues and resource dynamics on mast occurrence in the main forest tree species in Europe. I: Forest Ecology and Management. 2018 ; Bind 429. s. 336-350.

Bibtex

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title = "Impact of weather cues and resource dynamics on mast occurrence in the main forest tree species in Europe",
abstract = "Mast seeding, the synchronised occurrence of large amounts of fruits and seeds at irregular intervals, is a reproductive strategy in many wind-pollinated species. Although a series of studies have investigated mast year (MY) patterns in European forest tree species at the regional scale, there are few recent evaluations at a European scale on the impact of weather variables (weather cues) and resource dynamics on mast behaviour. Thus the main objective of this study is to investigate the impact of specific weather conditions, as environmental drivers for MYs, on resources in Fagus sylvatica L., Quercus petraea (MATT.) LIEBL., Quercus robur L., Picea abies (L.) KARST. and Pinus sylvestris L. at a European level and to explore the robustness of the relationships in smaller regions within Europe. Data on seed production originating from the International Co-operative Programme on Assessment and Monitoring of Air Pollution Effects on Forests (ICP Forests) were analysed. Three beta regression models were applied to investigate the impact of seasonal weather variables on MY occurrence, as well as the influence of fruiting intensity levels in the years prior to MYs. Resource dynamics are analysed at three different spatial scales (continent, countries and ecoregions). At a European scale, important weather cues for beech MYs were a cold and wet summer two years before a MY, a dry and warm summer one year before a MY and a warm spring in the MY. For spruce, a cold and dry summer two years prior to a MY and a warm and dry summer in the year before the MY showed the strongest associations with the MY. For oak, high spring temperature in the MY was the most important weather cue. For beech and spruce, and to some extent also for oak species, the best fitting models at European scale were well reflected by those found at smaller scales. For pine, best fitting models were highly diverse concerning weather cues. Fruiting levels were high in all species two years before the MY and also high one year before the MY in the oak species and in pine. In beech, fruiting levels one year before the MY were not important and in spruce, they were inconsistent depending on the region. As a consequence, evidence of resource depletion could only be seen in some regions for spruce.",
author = "Anita Nussbaumer and Peter Waldner and Vladislav Apuhtin and Fatih Aytar and Sue Benham and Filippo Bussotti and Johannes Eichhorn and Nadine Eickenscheidt and Petr Fabianek and Lutz Falkenried and Stefan Leca and Martti Lindgren and {Manzano Serrano}, {Mar{\'i}a Jos{\'e}} and Stefan Neagu and Seppo Nevalainen and Jozef Pajtik and Nenad Poto{\v c}i{\'c} and Pasi Rautio and Geert Sioen and Vidas Stakėnas and Celal Tasdemir and Thomsen, {Iben Margrete} and Volkmar Timmermann and Liisa Ukonmaanaho and Arne Verstraeten and S{\"o}ren Wulff and Arthur Gessler",
year = "2018",
month = dec,
day = "1",
doi = "10.1016/j.foreco.2018.07.011",
language = "English",
volume = "429",
pages = "336--350",
journal = "Forest Ecology and Management",
issn = "0378-1127",
publisher = "Elsevier",

}

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Impact of weather cues and resource dynamics on mast occurrence in the main forest tree species in Europe

AU - Nussbaumer, Anita

AU - Waldner, Peter

AU - Apuhtin, Vladislav

AU - Aytar, Fatih

AU - Benham, Sue

AU - Bussotti, Filippo

AU - Eichhorn, Johannes

AU - Eickenscheidt, Nadine

AU - Fabianek, Petr

AU - Falkenried, Lutz

AU - Leca, Stefan

AU - Lindgren, Martti

AU - Manzano Serrano, María José

AU - Neagu, Stefan

AU - Nevalainen, Seppo

AU - Pajtik, Jozef

AU - Potočić, Nenad

AU - Rautio, Pasi

AU - Sioen, Geert

AU - Stakėnas, Vidas

AU - Tasdemir, Celal

AU - Thomsen, Iben Margrete

AU - Timmermann, Volkmar

AU - Ukonmaanaho, Liisa

AU - Verstraeten, Arne

AU - Wulff, Sören

AU - Gessler, Arthur

PY - 2018/12/1

Y1 - 2018/12/1

N2 - Mast seeding, the synchronised occurrence of large amounts of fruits and seeds at irregular intervals, is a reproductive strategy in many wind-pollinated species. Although a series of studies have investigated mast year (MY) patterns in European forest tree species at the regional scale, there are few recent evaluations at a European scale on the impact of weather variables (weather cues) and resource dynamics on mast behaviour. Thus the main objective of this study is to investigate the impact of specific weather conditions, as environmental drivers for MYs, on resources in Fagus sylvatica L., Quercus petraea (MATT.) LIEBL., Quercus robur L., Picea abies (L.) KARST. and Pinus sylvestris L. at a European level and to explore the robustness of the relationships in smaller regions within Europe. Data on seed production originating from the International Co-operative Programme on Assessment and Monitoring of Air Pollution Effects on Forests (ICP Forests) were analysed. Three beta regression models were applied to investigate the impact of seasonal weather variables on MY occurrence, as well as the influence of fruiting intensity levels in the years prior to MYs. Resource dynamics are analysed at three different spatial scales (continent, countries and ecoregions). At a European scale, important weather cues for beech MYs were a cold and wet summer two years before a MY, a dry and warm summer one year before a MY and a warm spring in the MY. For spruce, a cold and dry summer two years prior to a MY and a warm and dry summer in the year before the MY showed the strongest associations with the MY. For oak, high spring temperature in the MY was the most important weather cue. For beech and spruce, and to some extent also for oak species, the best fitting models at European scale were well reflected by those found at smaller scales. For pine, best fitting models were highly diverse concerning weather cues. Fruiting levels were high in all species two years before the MY and also high one year before the MY in the oak species and in pine. In beech, fruiting levels one year before the MY were not important and in spruce, they were inconsistent depending on the region. As a consequence, evidence of resource depletion could only be seen in some regions for spruce.

AB - Mast seeding, the synchronised occurrence of large amounts of fruits and seeds at irregular intervals, is a reproductive strategy in many wind-pollinated species. Although a series of studies have investigated mast year (MY) patterns in European forest tree species at the regional scale, there are few recent evaluations at a European scale on the impact of weather variables (weather cues) and resource dynamics on mast behaviour. Thus the main objective of this study is to investigate the impact of specific weather conditions, as environmental drivers for MYs, on resources in Fagus sylvatica L., Quercus petraea (MATT.) LIEBL., Quercus robur L., Picea abies (L.) KARST. and Pinus sylvestris L. at a European level and to explore the robustness of the relationships in smaller regions within Europe. Data on seed production originating from the International Co-operative Programme on Assessment and Monitoring of Air Pollution Effects on Forests (ICP Forests) were analysed. Three beta regression models were applied to investigate the impact of seasonal weather variables on MY occurrence, as well as the influence of fruiting intensity levels in the years prior to MYs. Resource dynamics are analysed at three different spatial scales (continent, countries and ecoregions). At a European scale, important weather cues for beech MYs were a cold and wet summer two years before a MY, a dry and warm summer one year before a MY and a warm spring in the MY. For spruce, a cold and dry summer two years prior to a MY and a warm and dry summer in the year before the MY showed the strongest associations with the MY. For oak, high spring temperature in the MY was the most important weather cue. For beech and spruce, and to some extent also for oak species, the best fitting models at European scale were well reflected by those found at smaller scales. For pine, best fitting models were highly diverse concerning weather cues. Fruiting levels were high in all species two years before the MY and also high one year before the MY in the oak species and in pine. In beech, fruiting levels one year before the MY were not important and in spruce, they were inconsistent depending on the region. As a consequence, evidence of resource depletion could only be seen in some regions for spruce.

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