Keyword: climate change

The forest area of stone pine, Pinus pinea, has increased significantly in Portugal in the last 30 years, following the same trend of other
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Cork harvesting, every 10 to 15 years depending on the region, requires trees in good phytosanitary conditions and is a potential source of stress,
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The objective of this study is to establish a vigilance map to identify the areas where cork oak is adapted or inadapted to the
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Aleppo pine (Pinus halepensis Mill.) is one of the most drought-tolerant pine species and it is distributed over large drought-prone Mediterranean regions. The determination
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The main response of natural Aleppo pine trees to drought has been studied in three sites on the North-western of Tunisia, in order to
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Evaluation of spring shoot phenology (timing of budburst) variation as a function of seed geographic origin.– Understanding the adaptation potential of cork oak populations
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In order to be able to follow the evolution of cork oak dieback in the French cork-producing regions in the context of climate change,
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The aim of the EVAFORA study is to simulate the behaviour of Pinus pinaster stands in the face of climate change by 2100 by
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In recent decades, new cork oak plantation areas have been established in Portugal, not only in the traditional areas of distribution of the species
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Quantify the carbon footprint of different Alepo Pine forestry scenarios (biomass and soil capture and wood products storage) in order to compare in terms
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