Competition modulates the adaptation capacity of forests to climatic stress: insights from recent growth decline and death in relict stands of the Mediterranean fir Abies pinsapo
Version of Record online: 26 FEB 2010
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Journal of Ecology
Volume 98, Issue 3, pages 592–603, May 2010
How to Cite
Linares, J. C., Camarero, J. J. and Carreira, J. A. (2010), Competition modulates the adaptation capacity of forests to climatic stress: insights from recent growth decline and death in relict stands of the Mediterranean fir Abies pinsapo. Journal of Ecology, 98: 592–603. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2745.2010.01645.x
- Issue online: 20 APR 2010
- Version of Record online: 26 FEB 2010
- Received 31 October 2009; accepted 28 January 2010 Handling Editor: Jonathan Newman
Table S1. Characteristics of the meteorological stations used to compute the regional mean climatic series.
Figure S1. Age (estimated at 1.3 m) distribution for sampled trees.
Figure S2. Estimated trends obtained by DFA of the normalized basal-area increment for dominant (Dom, black symbols, n = 17), suppressed (Supp, grey symbols, n = 25), and dying trees (white symbols, n = 28).
Figure S3. (a) Graphical comparison between total annual precipitation and the stand-level residuals of BAI not accounted for by the linear mixed effect model (LMEM) based on the long-term trends of temperature for the February-March-April and the June-July-August windows, and (b) linear regressions between annual precipitation and the LMEM residuals in the four studied plots.
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