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Wunder, J., Fowler, A.M, Cook, E.R., Pirie, M. & McCloskey, S.P.J. 2013. On the influence of tree size on the climate-growth relationship of New Zealand kauri (Agathis australis): insights from annual, monthly and daily growth patterns. Trees DOI: 10.1007/s00468-013-0846-4

Rohner, B., Bigler, C., Wunder, J., Brang, P. & Bugmann, H. 2012. Fifty years of natural succession in Swiss forest reserves: changes in stand structure and mortality rates of oak and beech. Journal of Vegetation Science 23: 892-905. DOI: 10.1111/j.1654-1103.2012.01408.x

Fowler, A.M., Boswijk, G., Lorrey, A.M., Gergis, J., Pirie, M., McCloskey, S.P.J., Palmer, J.G. & Wunder, J., 2012. Multi-centennial tree-ring record of ENSO-related activity in New Zealand. Nature Climate Change DOI:10.1038/NCLIMATE1374

Wunder, J., Reineking, B., Hillgarter, F.-W., Bigler, C. & Bugmann, H. 2011. Long-term effects of increment coring on Norway spruce mortality. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 41: 2326-2336.[PDF, 528 KB]

Streit, K., Wunder, J. & Brang, P. 2009. Slit-shaped gaps are a successful silvicultural technique to promote Picea abies regeneration in mountain forests of the Swiss Alps. Forest Ecology and Management 257(9): 1902-1909.

Wunder, J., Brzeziecki, B., Zybura, H., Reineking, B., Bigler, C. & Bugmann, H., 2008. Growth-mortality relationships as indicators of life-history strategies: a comparison of nine tree species in unmanaged European forests. Oikos 117(6): 815-828. [PDF, 1.56 MB]

Wunder, J., Reineking, B., Bigler, C. & Bugmann, H., 2008. Predicting tree mortality from growth data: how virtual ecologists can help real ecologists. Journal of Ecology 96(1): 174-187. [PDF, 863 KB]

Wunder, J., Reineking, B., Matter, J.-F., Bigler, C. & Bugmann, H. 2007. Predicting tree death for Fagus sylvatica and Abies alba using permanent plot data. Journal of Vegetation Science 18: 525-534. [PDF, 1.07 MB]

Wunder, J., Bigler, C., Reineking, B., Fahse, L. & Bugmann, H. 2006. Optimisation of tree mortality models based on growth patterns. Ecological Modelling 197: 196-206. [PDF, 435 KB]

 
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