Release:Bulletin of Tyumen State University. Ecology (№12). 2013
About the author:Stanislav P. Arefiev, Dr. Sci. (Biol.), Chief of Sector of Biodiversity and Dynamics of Natural Complexes, Tyumen Scientific Center of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences; Professor, Department of Botany, Biotechnology and Landscape Architecture, Leading Researcher of the International Institute of Cryology and Criosophy, University of Tyumen; firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstract:To find out the climatic determination of annual wood gain in the conditions of the southern forest zone, generalized tree-ring chronology (TRC) of Pinus silvestris from sites of environmental monitoring of Tyumen and its vicinity (from 1900 (1936) to 2012) is studied. In STATISTICA program multiple regression of indexes of width of rings by parameters of air and ground temperatures, and precipitation in the year of formation of the ring and the previous year (annual and monthly, including winter) is calculated. In different cases 26 to 40 parameters are applied. The level of multiple correlation and determination of width of a ring by a two-year complex of monthly parameters of temperature and precipitation, systemically characterizing atmospheric circulation is revealed high (close to functional for some TRC (R→1.0)). High level of correlation of width of rings with a number of particular climatic parameters is revealed. To solve the inverse problem, factorial regression of climatic parameters of a set of separate TRC from different soil and hydrological conditions is calculated. The level of correlation depends on the number of applied TRC: 7 chronologies of indexed width of a ring are enough to provide functional relation (R=1.0) with average annual air temperature in the year of formation of a ring and the previous year as dependent variable. The results disprove the limited suitability of TRC of the subtaiga area in dendroclimatological reconstruction and prognosis.
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