The water holding capacity of bark in Danish angiosperm trees

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The water holding capacity of bark in Danish angiosperm trees. / Larsen, Hanne Marie Ellegård; Rasmussen, Hanne Nina; Nord-Larsen, Thomas.

2017. Poster session præsenteret ved IUFRO Division 5 Conference 2017, Vancouver, Canada.

Publikation: KonferencebidragPosterForskning

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Larsen, HME, Rasmussen, HN & Nord-Larsen, T 2017, 'The water holding capacity of bark in Danish angiosperm trees', IUFRO Division 5 Conference 2017, Vancouver, Canada, 12/06/2017 - 16/06/2017.

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Larsen, H. M. E., Rasmussen, H. N., & Nord-Larsen, T. (2017). The water holding capacity of bark in Danish angiosperm trees. Poster session præsenteret ved IUFRO Division 5 Conference 2017, Vancouver, Canada.

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Larsen HME, Rasmussen HN, Nord-Larsen T. The water holding capacity of bark in Danish angiosperm trees. 2017. Poster session præsenteret ved IUFRO Division 5 Conference 2017, Vancouver, Canada.

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Larsen, Hanne Marie Ellegård ; Rasmussen, Hanne Nina ; Nord-Larsen, Thomas. / The water holding capacity of bark in Danish angiosperm trees. Poster session præsenteret ved IUFRO Division 5 Conference 2017, Vancouver, Canada.1 s.

Bibtex

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abstract = "The water holding capacity of bark in seven Danish angiosperm trees was examined. The aim of the study was (1) to examine height trends and (2) bark thickness trends in relation to the water holding capacity and (3) to determine interspecific differences. The wet-weight and dry-weight of a total number of 427 bark samples were measured. The water holding capacity was calculated as the difference between wet-weight and dry-weight per wet-weight. The water holding capacity increased with elevation in most tree species and contrary to the expectation, thinner bark generally had a higher water holding capacity. Differences in the water holding capacity of bark may influence the occurrence and distribution of a wide range of bark-living organisms including the distribution of corticolous lichens.",
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RIS

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T1 - The water holding capacity of bark in Danish angiosperm trees

AU - Larsen, Hanne Marie Ellegård

AU - Rasmussen, Hanne Nina

AU - Nord-Larsen, Thomas

PY - 2017

Y1 - 2017

N2 - The water holding capacity of bark in seven Danish angiosperm trees was examined. The aim of the study was (1) to examine height trends and (2) bark thickness trends in relation to the water holding capacity and (3) to determine interspecific differences. The wet-weight and dry-weight of a total number of 427 bark samples were measured. The water holding capacity was calculated as the difference between wet-weight and dry-weight per wet-weight. The water holding capacity increased with elevation in most tree species and contrary to the expectation, thinner bark generally had a higher water holding capacity. Differences in the water holding capacity of bark may influence the occurrence and distribution of a wide range of bark-living organisms including the distribution of corticolous lichens.

AB - The water holding capacity of bark in seven Danish angiosperm trees was examined. The aim of the study was (1) to examine height trends and (2) bark thickness trends in relation to the water holding capacity and (3) to determine interspecific differences. The wet-weight and dry-weight of a total number of 427 bark samples were measured. The water holding capacity was calculated as the difference between wet-weight and dry-weight per wet-weight. The water holding capacity increased with elevation in most tree species and contrary to the expectation, thinner bark generally had a higher water holding capacity. Differences in the water holding capacity of bark may influence the occurrence and distribution of a wide range of bark-living organisms including the distribution of corticolous lichens.

KW - Faculty of Science

KW - Water holding capacity

KW - Bark

KW - Angiosperms

M3 - Poster

T2 - IUFRO Division 5 Conference 2017

Y2 - 12 June 2017 through 16 June 2017

ER -

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