Issue Title
Volume 62, Issue 1 The water absorbability of beech (Fagus sylvatica l.) and fir (Abies alba mill.) organic matter in the forest floor Abstract  PDF
Anna Ilek, Małgorzata Szostek, Jarosław Kucza, Jadwiga Stanek-Tarkowska, Wojciech Witek
Volume 57, Issue 2 Faunal diversity of Fagus sylvatica forests: A regional and European perspective based on three indicator groups Abstract  PDF
H. Walentowski, S. Müller-Kroehling, E. Bergmeier, M. Bernhardt-Römermann, M.M. Gossner, A. Reif, E.-D. Schulze, H. Bußler, C. Strätz, W. Adelmann
Volume 61, Issue 2 Characterization of 20 new EST-SSR markers for northern red oak (Quercus rubra L.) and their transferability to Fagus sylvatica L. and six oak species of section Lobatae and Quercus Abstract  PDF
Martin Müller, Oliver Gailing
Volume 59, Issue 2 Forest vegetation in western Romania in relation to climate variables: Does community composition reflect modelled tree species distribution? Abstract  PDF
S. Heinrichs, H. Walentowski, E. Bergmeier, K.-H. Mellert, A. Indreica, Y. Kuzyakov, Ch. Leuschner, A.M. Petrițan, M. Teodosiu
Volume 57, Issue 2 Long-term effects of gap creation and liming on understory vegetation with a focus on tree regeneration in a European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) forest Abstract  PDF
N. Lin, N. Bartsch, T. Vor
Volume 61, Issue 1 Genetic diversity in European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) seed stands in the Romanian Carpathians Abstract  PDF
Anna-Maria Szasz-Len, Monika Konnert
Volume 61, Issue 2 Data collection methods for forest inventory: a comparison between an integrated conventional equipment and terrestrial laser scanning Abstract  PDF
Bogdan Apostol, Serban Chivulescu, Albert Ciceu, Marius Petrila, Ionut-Silviu Pascu, Ecaterina Nicoleta Apostol, Stefan Leca, Adrian Lorent, Mihai Tanase, Ovidiu Badea
Volume 60, Issue 1 Assessing future suitability of tree species under climate change by multiple methods: a case study in southern Germany Abstract  PDF
Helge Walentowski, Wolfgang Falk, Tobias Mette, Jörg Kunz, Achim Bräuning, Cathrin Meinardus, Christian Zang, Laura M.E. Sutcliffe, Christoph Leuschner
Volume 56, Issue 2 Beech bark necrosis: partition- ing the environmental and spatial variation of the damage severity in Central and South-Eastern Europe Abstract  PDF
Benjamín Jarčuška, Ivan Mihál, Alojz Cicák, Hristo Tsakov
Volume 52, Issue 1 Basic features of a group selection system modification aimed to sustian regular-uneven-aged stand structure Abstract  PDF
Roman Efremov
Volume 52, Issue 1 Diversity and primary productivity of hill beech forests from Doftana Valley (Romanian Subcarpathians) Abstract  PDF
Mihaela Paucã-Comãnescu, Marilena Onete, Vasile Sanda, Ioana Vicol, Ioana Onuț, Daniela Mogâldea, Sorin Ștefãnuț Ștefãnuț
Vol 64, No 2 (2021) Climate change and disturbances will shape future temperate forests in the transition zone between Central and SE Europe Abstract  PDF  PDF
Lado Kutnar, Janez Kermavnar, Anže Martin Pintar
Volume 55, Issue 1 Temporally resolved intra-annual wood density variations in European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) as affected by climate and aspect Abstract  PDF
Ernst van der Maaten, Marieke van der Maaten-Theunissen, Heinrich Spiecker
Volume 54, Issue 2 Plasticity in above-ground biomass allocation in Fagus sylvatica L. saplings in response to light availability Abstract  PDF
Benjamín Jarčuška, Milan Barna
Volume 53, Issue 2 Scaling allometric relationships in pure, crowded, even-aged stands: do tree shade-tolerance, repro-ductive mode and wood productivity matter? Abstract  PDF
Dan Gafta, Florin Crişan
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