David Montwé
David Montwé
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Cold adaptation recorded in tree rings highlights risks associated with climate change and assisted migration
D Montwé, M Isaac-Renton, A Hamann, H Spiecker
Nature communications 9 (1), 1-7, 2018
572018
Drought tolerance and growth in populations of a wide‐ranging tree species indicate climate change risks for the boreal north
D Montwé, M Isaac‐Renton, A Hamann, H Spiecker
Global Change Biology 22 (2), 806-815, 2016
502016
Northern forest tree populations are physiologically maladapted to drought
M Isaac-Renton, D Montwé, A Hamann, H Spiecker, P Cherubini, ...
Nature Communications 9 (1), 1-9, 2018
482018
Five decades of growth in a genetic field trial of Douglas-fir reveal trade-offs between productivity and drought tolerance
D Montwé, H Spiecker, A Hamann
Tree Genetics & Genomes 11 (2), 29, 2015
412015
An experimentally controlled extreme drought in a Norway spruce forest reveals fast hydraulic response and subsequent recovery of growth rates
D Montwé, H Spiecker, A Hamann
Trees 28 (3), 891-900, 2014
332014
Exploring high frequency densitometry calibration functions for different tree species
M Wassenberg, D Montwé, HP Kahle, H Spiecker
Dendrochronologia 32 (3), 273-281, 2014
182014
No systematic effects of sampling direction on climate-growth relationships in a large-scale, multi-species tree-ring data set
U Gut, M Árvai, S Bijak, JJ Camarero, A Cedro, R Cruz-García, ...
Dendrochronologia 57, 125624, 2019
102019
Using steam to reduce artifacts in micro sections prepared with corn starch
D Montwé, M Isaac-Renton, H Spiecker, A Hamann
Dendrochronologia 35, 87-90, 2015
72015
Northern forest tree populations are physiologically maladapted to drought. Nat Commun 9: 5254
M Isaac-Renton, D Montwé, A Hamann, H Spiecker, P Cherubini, ...
52018
Seasonal vascular tissue formation in four boreal tree species with a focus on callose deposition in the phloem
D Montwé, U Hacke, SG Schreiber, RC Stanfield
Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 2, 58, 2019
42019
Swiss needle cast tolerance in British Columbia’s coastal Douglas-fir breeding population
D Montwé, B Elder, P Socha, J Wyatt, D Noshad, N Feau, R Hamelin, ...
Forestry: An International Journal of Forest Research 94 (2), 193-203, 2020
22020
Thinning to improve growth, bole quality, and forest health in an Inonotus hispidus-infected, red oak-sweetgum stand in the Mississippi Delta: 10-year results
JS Meadows, TD Leininger, D Montwé, TE Nebeker
In: Guldin, James M., ed. 2013. Proceedings of the 15th biennial southern …, 2013
12013
Using tree rings to assess the potential of thinning to alleviate drought stress in a dry forest of western Canada
D Montwé, A Standish, M Isaac-Renton, J Axelson
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EGU21-13182, 2021
2021
Tree rings and genetic control of drought resilience
M Isaac-Renton, D Montwé, M Stoehr, J Degner, T Hook, L van der Merwe, ...
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EGU21-13156, 2021
2021
Using stable isotopes and functional wood anatomy to identify underlying mechanisms of drought tolerance in different provenances of lodgepole pine
M Isaac-Renton, D Montwé, A Hamann, H Spiecker, P Cherubini, ...
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EPSC2016-8220, 2016
2016
Adaptation of Two Important Conifers to Drought and Climate Change
D Montwé
Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, 2015
2015
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