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Divergent regeneration responses of two closely related tree species to direct abiotic and indirect biotic effects of climate change

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Competition, Precipitation, Latitudinal gradient, Temperature, Acer, Regeneration, FAGUS-SYLVATICA L., FOREST HERBS, LATITUDINAL GRADIENT, ARCTIC TUNDRA, SEED, PRECIPITATION, TEMPERATURE, DROUGHT, PRODUCTIVITY, GERMINATION

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Carón, María, Pieter De Frenne, J Brunet, et al. “Divergent Regeneration Responses of Two Closely Related Tree Species to Direct Abiotic and Indirect Biotic Effects of Climate Change.” FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT 342 (2015): 21–29. Print.
APA
Carón, M., De Frenne, P., Brunet, J., Chabrerie, O., Cousins, S., Decocq, G., Diekmann, M., et al. (2015). Divergent regeneration responses of two closely related tree species to direct abiotic and indirect biotic effects of climate change. FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT, 342, 21–29.
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Carón, María, Pieter De Frenne, J Brunet, O Chabrerie, SAO Cousins, G Decocq, M Diekmann, et al. 2015. “Divergent Regeneration Responses of Two Closely Related Tree Species to Direct Abiotic and Indirect Biotic Effects of Climate Change.” Forest Ecology and Management 342: 21–29.
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Carón, María, Pieter De Frenne, J Brunet, O Chabrerie, SAO Cousins, G Decocq, M Diekmann, BJ Graae, T Heinken, A Kolb, J Lenoir, T Naaf, J Plue, F Selvi, M Wulf, and Kris Verheyen. 2015. “Divergent Regeneration Responses of Two Closely Related Tree Species to Direct Abiotic and Indirect Biotic Effects of Climate Change.” Forest Ecology and Management 342: 21–29.
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Carón M, De Frenne P, Brunet J, Chabrerie O, Cousins S, Decocq G, et al. Divergent regeneration responses of two closely related tree species to direct abiotic and indirect biotic effects of climate change. FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT. 2015;342:21–9.
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M. Carón et al., “Divergent regeneration responses of two closely related tree species to direct abiotic and indirect biotic effects of climate change,” FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT, vol. 342, pp. 21–29, 2015.
@article{5837349,
  author       = {{Carón, María and De Frenne, Pieter and Brunet, J and Chabrerie, O and Cousins, SAO and Decocq, G and Diekmann, M and Graae, BJ and Heinken, T and Kolb, A and Lenoir, J and Naaf, T and Plue, J and Selvi, F and Wulf, M and Verheyen, Kris}},
  issn         = {{0378-1127}},
  journal      = {{FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT}},
  keywords     = {{Competition,Precipitation,Latitudinal gradient,Temperature,Acer,Regeneration,FAGUS-SYLVATICA L.,FOREST HERBS,LATITUDINAL GRADIENT,ARCTIC TUNDRA,SEED,PRECIPITATION,TEMPERATURE,DROUGHT,PRODUCTIVITY,GERMINATION}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  pages        = {{21--29}},
  title        = {{Divergent regeneration responses of two closely related tree species to direct abiotic and indirect biotic effects of climate change}},
  url          = {{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2015.01.003}},
  volume       = {{342}},
  year         = {{2015}},
}

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