The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Scots pine, Agronomy, Botany, Ecology and Dendrochronology. His Scots pine research incorporates themes from Viscum album and Irrigation. His research integrates issues of Bark beetle, Bark, Picea abies, Deserts and xeric shrublands and Woody plant in his study of Agronomy.
Ecology is represented through his Climate change, Larch, Ecosystem, Ecotone and Forest management research. His Climate change study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Quercus pubescens, Forestry, Greenhouse gas and Forest ecology. The Ecosystem services research he does as part of his general Ecosystem study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Natural hazard, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
Andreas Rigling mainly focuses on Ecology, Scots pine, Agronomy, Climate change and Botany. His Scots pine research includes elements of Crown, Forestry, Basal area and Competition. His Agronomy research focuses on Stomatal conductance and how it relates to Xylem.
Andreas Rigling combines subjects such as Forest management, Forest dynamics and Ecosystem, Ecosystem services with his study of Climate change. Within one scientific family, Andreas Rigling focuses on topics pertaining to Soil water under Ecosystem, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Forest ecology. His Botany research incorporates elements of Quercus pubescens, Dendrochronology and Viscum album.
Andreas Rigling focuses on Ecology, Scots pine, Agronomy, Climate change and Forest ecology.
His studies deal with areas such as Range, Bark beetle, Soil water, Xylem and Abiotic component as well as Scots pine.
He has researched Agronomy in several fields, including Soil nutrients, Nutrient and Pinus
His Climate change study combines topics in areas such as Niche, Environmental gradient, Intraspecific competition, Biogeochemical cycle and Species richness. His research in Forest ecology focuses on subjects like Temperate rainforest, which are connected to Larch and Dendrochronology. His work in the fields of Ecosystem, such as Ecosystem services, overlaps with other areas such as Rhizosphere.
Ecology, Scots pine, Forest ecology, Resistance and Beech are his primary areas of study. His study in the fields of Growing season, Climate change and Global change under the domain of Ecology overlaps with other disciplines such as Index and Water supply. The concepts of his Climate change study are interwoven with issues in Diameter at breast height, Basal area, Competition and Abiotic component.
His Scots pine research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Genetic adaptation and Agronomy, Irrigation, Germination. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Range, Acclimatization, Crown size and Radial growth. His studies in Forest ecology integrate themes in fields like Picea abies, Temperate rainforest and Fagus sylvatica.
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A global overview of drought and heat-induced tree mortality reveals emerging climate change risks for forests
Craig D. Allen;Alison K. Macalady;Haroun Chenchouni;Dominique Bachelet.
Forest Ecology and Management (2010)
Drought as an Inciting Mortality Factor in Scots Pine Stands of the Valais, Switzerland
Christof Bigler;Christof Bigler;Otto Ulrich Bräker;Harald Bugmann;Matthias Dobbertin.
Driving factors of a vegetation shift from Scots pine to pubescent oak in dry Alpine forests
Andreas Rigling;Christof Bigler;Britta Eilmann;Elisabeth Feldmeyer-Christe.
Global Change Biology (2013)
Drought-induced adaptation of the xylem in Scots pine and pubescent oak.
Britta Eilmann;Roman Zweifel;Nina Buchmann;Patrick Fonti.
Tree Physiology (2009)
Expanding forests and changing growth forms of Siberian larch at the Polar Urals treeline during the 20th century
Nadezhda Devi;Frank Hagedorn;Pavel Moiseev;Harald Bugmann.
Global Change Biology (2008)
Drought alters timing, quantity, and quality of wood formation in Scots pine
Britta Eilmann;Roman Zweifel;Nina Buchmann;Elisabeth Graf Pannatier.
Journal of Experimental Botany (2011)
Intra-annual tree-ring parameters indicating differences in drought stress of Pinus sylvestris forests within the Erico-Pinion in the Valais (Switzerland)
Andreas Rigling;Otto Bräker;Gustav Schneiter;Fritz Schweingruber.
Plant Ecology (2002)
Drought response of five conifer species under contrasting water availability suggests high vulnerability of Norway spruce and European larch
Mathieu Lévesque;Mathieu Lévesque;Matthias Saurer;Rolf Siegwolf;Britta Eilmann.
Global Change Biology (2013)
Growth reactions of Pinus sylvestris L. and Quercus pubescens Willd. to drought years at a xeric site in Valais, Switzerland
Britta Eilmann;Pascale Weber;Pascale Weber;Andreas Rigling;Dieter Eckstein.
Ecological interpretation of tree-ring width and intraannual density fluctuations in Pinus sylvestris on dry sites in the central Alps and Siberia
Andreas Rigling;Philipp O Waldner;Theodor Forster;Otto U Bräker.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research (2001)
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