Faster drought recovery in anisohydric beech compared with isohydric spruce
Ulrich, Danielle E M
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With drought and heat events increasing in frequency and intensity worldwide, global drought-induced tree decline (Allen et al. 2010, Hammond et al. 2022) has resulted in widespread interest in understanding the physiological mechanisms that underlie tree death. Unprecedented mortality rates threaten forest function and ecosystem services, including carbon (C) sequestration, clean air and water, and recreational and emotional value. Researchers have aimed to understand the mechanisms of tree mortality to better predict which trees will die or survive, inform future forest dynamics and improve forest management practices (McDowell et al. 2008, 2011, Raffa et al. 2008, Sevanto et al. 2014, Gaylord et al. 2015, Adams et al. 2017).
This is a pre-copyedited, author-produced PDF of an article accepted for publication in Tree Physiology following peer review. The version of record [Faster drought recovery in anisohydric beech compared with isohydric spruce. Tree Physiology 43, 4 p517-521 (2023)] is available online at: https://doi.org/10.1093/treephys/tpad009.
Ulrich, D. E., & Grossiord, C. (2023). Faster drought recovery in anisohydric beech compared with isohydric spruce. Tree Physiology, 43(4), 517-521.