A detailed time series of hourly circumference variations in Pinus pinea L. in Chile
The dataset provides digital dendrometer measurements on stem circumference of irrigated and non-irrigated Pinus pinea trees. Data were obtained in a xeric non-native habitat of central Chile. Forest mensuration was hourly collected from six adult trees during a growth year. This data can be re-used to perform different studies, including growth and tree water status temporal correlations, climate-growth relationships, and to compare stone pine stands growing in native and non-native habitats. Such studies could facilitate decisions for the species management and contribute to the understanding of its growth dynamics in a climate change context, providing valuable information for a climate-smart forestry. Dataset access is at https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6010567. Associated metadata are available at metadata-afs.nancy.inra.fr/geonetwork/srv/fre/catalog.search#/metadata/bcea7f69-2cf1-444b-8e5b-e9feb23683db
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Short-term stem diameter variations in irrigated and non-irrigated stone pine (Pinus pinea L.) trees ... Loewe Muñoz, Verónica; Del Río, Rodrigo; Delard R., Claudia; Balzarini, Mónica (Springer, 2021)Irrigation of adult stone pine trees growing in a xeric non-native habitat had positive effects not only in stem diameter growth but also in tree response to climatic variability. The aim was ...
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