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Stable Isotopes in Tree Rings

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Isotope Dendrochronology: Historical Perspective
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    Chapter 2 Dendrochronology: Fundamentals and Innovations
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    Chapter 3 Anatomical, Developmental and Physiological Bases of Tree-Ring Formation in Relation to Environmental Factors
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    Chapter 4 Sample Collection and Preparation for Annual and Intra-annual Tree-Ring Isotope Chronologies
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    Chapter 5 Stable Isotope Signatures of Wood, its Constituents and Methods of Cellulose Extraction
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    Chapter 6 Tree-Ring Stable Isotope Measurements: The Role of Quality Assurance and Quality Control to Ensure High Quality Data
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    Chapter 7 Newer Developments in Tree-Ring Stable Isotope Methods
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    Chapter 8 Isotopes—Terminology, Definitions and Properties
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    Chapter 9 Carbon Isotope Effects in Relation to CO 2 Assimilation by Tree Canopies
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    Chapter 10 Environmental, Physiological and Biochemical Processes Determining the Oxygen Isotope Ratio of Tree-Ring Cellulose
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    Chapter 11 The Stable Hydrogen Isotopic Signature: From Source Water to Tree Rings
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    Chapter 12 Nitrogen Isotopes in Tree Rings—Challenges and Prospects
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    Chapter 13 Postphotosynthetic Fractionation in Leaves, Phloem and Stem
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    Chapter 14 Limits and Strengths of Tree-Ring Stable Isotopes
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    Chapter 15 Post-photosynthetic Carbon, Oxygen and Hydrogen Isotope Signal Transfer to Tree Rings—How Timing of Cell Formations and Turnover of Stored Carbohydrates Affect Intra-annual Isotope Variations
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    Chapter 16 Probing Tree Physiology Using the Dual-Isotope Approach
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    Chapter 17 Intrinsic Water-Use Efficiency Derived from Stable Carbon Isotopes of Tree-Rings
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    Chapter 18 Spatial and Temporal Variations in Plant Source Water: O and H Isotope Ratios from Precipitation to Xylem Water
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    Chapter 19 Climate Signals in Stable Isotope Tree-Ring Records
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    Chapter 20 Stable Isotopes in Tree Rings of Boreal Forests
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    Chapter 21 Stable Isotopes in Tree Rings of Mediterranean Forests
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    Chapter 22 Stable Isotopes in Tree Rings of Tropical Forests
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    Chapter 23 Forest Management and Tree-Ring Isotopes
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    Chapter 24 Impact of Increasing CO 2 , and Air Pollutants (NO x , SO 2 , O 3 ) on the Stable Isotope Ratios in Tree Rings
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    Chapter 25 Insect and Pathogen Influences on Tree-Ring Stable Isotopes
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    Chapter 26 Process-Based Ecophysiological Models of Tree-Ring Stable Isotopes
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Chapter title
Postphotosynthetic Fractionation in Leaves, Phloem and Stem
Chapter number 13
Book title
Stable Isotopes in Tree Rings
Published by
Springer, Cham, January 2022
DOI 10.1007/978-3-030-92698-4_13
Book ISBNs
978-3-03-092697-7, 978-3-03-092698-4

Gessler, Arthur, Ferrio, Juan Pedro

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Student > Ph. D. Student 1 20%
Researcher 1 20%
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Environmental Science 1 20%
Unknown 4 80%