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Tree rings and environment

 

Collaborations

 

Keyan Fang (Fujian Normal University, Fuzhou, China): tree rings and climate; measuring erosion

Kenjiro Sho (Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan): incremental growth in trees

Zoltán Kern (Geochemical and Geological Institute, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary): annual record of environmental history

Boglárka Erdei (Hungarian Natural History Museum, Budapest, Hungary)

 

 

Papers

 

7. Kázmér, M., Kern, Z., Fang, Keyan, Zhou, Yunchao (2014): Tree ring pattern of roots exhumed by soil erosion. – Hantkeniana 9, 131-165. [reprint]

 

6. Kern, Z., Patkó, M., Kázmér, M., Fekete, J., Kele, S., Pályi, Z. (2013): Multiple tree-ring proxies (earlywood width, latewood width, and δ13C) from pedunculate oak (Quercus robur L.), Hungary. – Quaternary International 293, 257-267. [online version] [reprint]

5. Sz. Wilhelm Gábor & Kázmér Miklós (2012): Vesszőfonatos bélelésű Árpád-kori kút Kecskemétről (Bács-Kiskun megye). Árpádian wattle work-lined well from Kecskemét (Bács-Kiskun County). In: Kvassay, J. (szerk): Évkönyv és Jelentés a Kulturális Örökségvédelmi Szakszolgálat 2009. évi feltárásairól (2009 Field Service for Cultural Heritage Yearbook and Review of Archaeological Investigations.), Budapest, pp. 513-536, 10 figs. [reprint]

4. Kern, Z., Kázmér, M., Bosnakoff, M., Bajnóczi, B., Váczi, T., Katona, L. (2012) Incremental growth and mineralogy of Pannonian (Late Miocene) sciaenid otolithspalaeoecological implications. – Geologica Carpathica 63/2, 175-178. [online version] [reprint]

3. Fang, Keyan, Gou Xiaohua, Chen Fahu, Li Yingjun, Zhang Fen, Kázmér, Miklós (2012): Tree growth and its association with climate between individual tree-ring series inferred from at three mountain ranges in north Central China. – Dendrochronologia 30/2, 113-119. [online version] [reprint]

2. Fang K, Gou X, Chen F, Frank D, Li J, Kázmér M (2012): Precipitation variability during the past 400 years in the Xiaolong Mountain (central China) inferred from tree rings. – Climate Dynamics 39, 1697-1707. [online version] [reprint] [supplement]

1.Sho, Kenjiro & Kázmér, Miklós (2011): On the possibility of dendrochronological research in Ogasawara Islands. – Tokyo Metropolitan University Ogasawara Research Annual Reports 5, 59-67. (In Japanese) [download]

建治朗 & カズメルミクロシュ (2011): 小笠原諸島における年輪気候学研究の可能性について.  首都大学東京小笠原研究年報第34, 5, 59-67. [online] [download]

 

 

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