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Birmensdorfer Tree-ring Lectures

Programme

Tree-Ring Lectures -  Scientific talks and presentations given by WSL scientists and staff, typically a 2-hour monthly meeting
Special Invited Tree-Ring Lectures - Organized ad hoc and ad libitum! Invited guest lectures given by scientists, students, guests, visitors in the labs who are not present to give a talk during a regularly scheduled Tree-Ring Lecture
Tree-Ring Spring's Event -  A springtime event, at Birmensdorf or surroundings 
Tree-Ring Summer Meeting -  A one- or half-a-day scientific meeting dealing in depth with one topic, finishing with a BBQ in the WSL gardens
Tree-Ring Fall Excursion -  A one- or two-day scientific excursion of the whole tree-ring community with talks and presentations on research achievements or ongoing projects in the region
Tree-Ring November Journal Club -   A half-a-day presentation of the most influential papers published by not-WSL staff in the different fields of tree- ring related sciences during the past year, chosen by selected WSL scientists and students
Tree-Ring December's Forum -  A discussion among WSL scientists on hot and emerging issues in treering science, moderated and including invited talks and a panel discussion or not, concluding into the traditional Dendro X-mas Party
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Audience
WSL Dendrosciences Group’s scientific and technical staff, WSL tree-ring scientists, PhD students, Master students, WSL scientists, tree-ring interested scientists and students working in the Zurich area (e.g., ETHZ, PSI, UZH) and in Switzerland or European countries (although we don't believe that people from overseas will run, swim and fly to these meetings, of course, scientists from other parts of the world are warmly welcome too!).
Chair
Each meeting will be chaired by a WSL scientist depending on the topic and willingness.
Proposals for meetings....
.... are welcome!
Language
English preferred.
Scientific Committee
Dr. Paolo Cherubini, Dr. Patrick Fonti, Dr. Holger Gärtner, Dr. Kerstin Treydte, Dr. Georg von Arx
Organisation
Dr. Paolo Cherubini, Dr. Georg von Arx

 

 

Vergangene Vorträge

3. Mai 2022

Brendan M. Buckley (Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University, Palisades NY, USA): A Tree Ring Odyssey: Three Decades in Southeast Asia

28. April 2022

Isabel Dorado-Liñán (Dpto. de Sistemas y Recursos Naturales Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain): Jet stream position explains regional anomalies in European beech forest productivity and tree growth

 

18. März 2022

Virginia Ruiz-Villanueva & Javier del Hoyo Gibaja (Institute of Earth Surface Dynamics Universitè de Lausanne): Disentangling the dynamics of large wood in rivers through their tree-rings

 

7. Dezember 2021

Kristina J. Anderson-Teixeira (Conservation Ecology Center Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute Front Royal, Virginia, USA): Joint effects of climate, tree size, and year on annual tree growth derived from tree-ring records of ten globally distributed forests

 

23. November 2021

John D. Marshall (SLU Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences Umeå, Sweden):Growing up and growing old: tree-ring isotopes tell us the life history of a tree


25.August 2021

Jonathan Barichivich (Laboratory des Sciences du Climat et de L'Environnement (LSCE)): Tree-ring constraints for global land surface models


12. Juli 2021

Frederick Reinig (University of Mainz): Dating the Laacher See eruption


8. Juni 2021

Ulf Büntgen (University of Cambridge): The influence of decision-making in tree ring-based climate reconstructions


15. April 2021

Qi-Bin Zhang und Ouya Fang: Resilience of tree growth to climatic extremes


24. März 2021

J. Julio Camarero: The drought-dieback-death conundrum in forests: what can tree rings offer?


5. März 2021

Samuele Moretti & Erika Sabella: Olive Quick Decline Syndrome in Apulia (southern Italy): How Xylella fastidiosa affects olive wood anatomy and tree-ring physiology


23. Februar  2021

Giovanna Battipaglia, Veronica De Micco, Paolo Cherubini: Wood Intra-Annual Density Fluctuations (IADFs): What have we learned in 15 years of study of their wood anatomy and stable isotopic composition?