Productivity of Scots pine under changing climate in Southern Finland and at northern timberline

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Titel på gästpublikationProceedings of the Finnish Center of Excellence and Graduate School in 'Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Meteorology of Atmospheric Composition and Climate Change'
Antal sidor4
Utgivningsdatum2011
Sidor171-174
StatusPublicerad - 2011
MoE-publikationstypB3 Ej refererad artikel i konferenshandlingar
EvenemangAnnual Meeting: Finnish Centre of Excellence in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Meteorology of Atmospheric Composition and Climate Change - Luosto, Finland
Varaktighet: 18 maj 201120 maj 2011

Publikationsserier

NamnReport series in aerosol science
Volym126

Vetenskapsgrenar

  • 4112 Skogsvetenskap

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Kolari, P., Hölttä, T., Hari, P., & Nikinmaa, E. (2011). Productivity of Scots pine under changing climate in Southern Finland and at northern timberline. I Proceedings of the Finnish Center of Excellence and Graduate School in 'Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Meteorology of Atmospheric Composition and Climate Change' (s. 171-174). (Report series in aerosol science; Vol. 126).
Kolari, Pasi ; Hölttä, Teemu ; Hari, Pertti ; Nikinmaa, Eero. / Productivity of Scots pine under changing climate in Southern Finland and at northern timberline. Proceedings of the Finnish Center of Excellence and Graduate School in 'Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Meteorology of Atmospheric Composition and Climate Change'. 2011. s. 171-174 (Report series in aerosol science).
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Productivity of Scots pine under changing climate in Southern Finland and at northern timberline. / Kolari, Pasi; Hölttä, Teemu; Hari, Pertti; Nikinmaa, Eero.

Proceedings of the Finnish Center of Excellence and Graduate School in 'Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Meteorology of Atmospheric Composition and Climate Change'. 2011. s. 171-174 (Report series in aerosol science; Vol. 126).

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