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dc.contributorOvenden, Thomas-
dc.contributor.otherEC - European Commissionen_GB
dc.coverage.spatialScotland, 57° 36′ 23″ N, 4° 16′ 50″ Wen_GB
dc.coverage.temporal1937 - 2003en_GB
dc.creatorOvenden, Thomas-
dc.date.accessioned2020-11-09T13:58:19Z-
dc.date.available2020-11-09T13:58:19Z-
dc.date.created2019-12-
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/11667/163-
dc.description.abstractThis dataset consists of tree ring width measurements (dendrochronological measurements) calculated from cross sectional discs taken along the lengths of Pinus sylvestris trees felled in the north-east of Scotland (Site name: Findon 7, location: 57° 36′ 23″ N, 4° 16′ 50″ W) in the winters of 2002 and 2003. Trees were established in 1935 as a spacing experiment with high (FR5) and low density (FR6) stands stocked at 1047 live trees per hectare (FR5) and 647 live trees per hectare (FR6) at the time of sampling. Tree ring width measurements were calculated for 0.3m, 1.3m and 3.3m stem heights in both density treatments using Windendro software, though not all trees are represented at all stem heights as only disc images within ± 30cm from 0.3m, 1.3m and 3.3m high were selected for processing. This approach ensured that measurements were consistently taken from a similar stem height, whilst allowing for some variation in the precise location of each disc (e.g. due to the location of branch whorls). All tree-ring width data have been crossdated using the leave one out principle in the dplR package in R (Bunn et al., 2019). These data were generated to calculate the resilience of Scottish P. sylvestris trees to historic extreme drought events as part of a PhD research project titled "Assessing the resilience of UK forests to drought".en_GB
dc.description.tableofcontentsFR6_BA_Complete: Crossdated P. sylvestris ring widths for samples collected within ±30cm from 0.3m stem height in the low density stand (FR6). FR6_DBH_Complete: Crossdated P. sylvestris ring widths for samples collected within ±30cm from 1.3m stem height in the low density stand (FR6). FR6_3.3m_Complete: Crossdated P. sylvestris ring widths for samples collected within ±30cm from 3.3m stem height in the low density stand (FR6). FR5_BA_Complete: Crossdated P. sylvestris ring widths for samples collected within ±30cm from 0.3m stem height in the high density stand (FR5). FR5_DBH_Complete: Crossdated P. sylvestris ring widths for samples collected within ±30cm from 1.3m stem height in the high density stand (FR5). FR5_3.3m_Complete: Crossdated P. sylvestris ring widths for samples collected within ±30cm from 3.3m stem height in the high density stand (FR5).en_GB
dc.language.isoengen_GB
dc.publisherForest Research UKen_GB
dc.relationOvenden, T (2020): Findon 7 Pinus sylvestris denrochronological dataset. Forest Research UK. Dataset. http://hdl.handle.net/11667/163en_GB
dc.rightsThe original work was funded as an EU 5th framework project with Forestry Commission match funding. Re-use rights covered by CC-BY 4.0 licence: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/en_GB
dc.subjectResilienceen_GB
dc.subjectDendrochronologyen_GB
dc.subject.classification::Ecology, biodiversity and systematicsen_GB
dc.titleFindon 7 Pinus sylvestris denrochronological dataseten_GB
dc.typedataseten_GB
dc.identifier.projectidQLK5-CT-2001-00177en_GB
dc.contributor.affiliationUniversity of Stirling (Biological and Environmental Sciences)en_GB
dc.contributor.affiliationForest Researchen_GB
dc.contributor.othernewEuropean Unionen_GB
dc.date.publicationyear2020en_GB
dc.description.notesFor additional enquiries, please contact thomas.ovenden@stir.ac.uken_GB
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