Eugene A. Vaganov mainly investigates Climatology, Dendrochronology, Climate change, Physical geography and Ecology. His studies in Climatology integrate themes in fields like Dendroclimatology, Taiga and Paleoclimatology, Pseudoproxy. His research in Dendrochronology tackles topics such as Larch which are related to areas like Seasonality.
Eugene A. Vaganov focuses mostly in the field of Climate change, narrowing it down to matters related to Ecosystem and, in some cases, Soil carbon, Vegetation, Transect and Global change. His Physical geography research integrates issues from Forecast skill and Chronology. His research investigates the link between Ecology and topics such as Atmospheric sciences that cross with problems in Precipitation, Fagus sylvatica, Growing season and Canopy.
His primary areas of investigation include Dendrochronology, Physical geography, Larch, Climatology and Atmospheric sciences. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Ecology, Growing season, Tracheid, Scots pine and Precipitation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Arid, Radial growth, Climate change and Chronology in addition to Physical geography.
His Larch research incorporates elements of Hydrology, Permafrost, δ18O and δ13C. His Climatology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Global change and Holocene. His Atmospheric sciences study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Global warming, Ecosystem and Moisture.
Eugene A. Vaganov focuses on Physical geography, Tracheid, Dendrochronology, Atmospheric sciences and Larch. His studies deal with areas such as Global warming, Chronology, Radial growth and Precipitation as well as Physical geography. His study in Dendrochronology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Sunshine duration, Climatic variability and Growing season.
His work deals with themes such as Climate change, Ecosystem and Water content, which intersect with Growing season. His Atmospheric sciences study combines topics in areas such as Moisture, Seasonality and Phenology. His Larch research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Permafrost, δ13C, Scots pine and Yield.
Eugene A. Vaganov spends much of his time researching Physical geography, Tracheid, Growing season, Larch and Picea obovata. Eugene A. Vaganov has researched Physical geography in several fields, including Range, Antique, Habitat, Climate change and Precipitation. Eugene A. Vaganov combines subjects such as Siberian High and Species distribution with his study of Climate change.
His research in Tracheid intersects with topics in Forest steppe and Pinus
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Reduced sensitivity of recent tree-growth to temperature at high northern latitudes
Keith Briffa;F.H. Schweingruber;Philip Jones;Timothy Osborn.
Low-frequency temperature variations from a northern tree-ring density network
Keith R. Briffa;Timothy J. Osborn;Fritz H. Schweingruber;Ian C. Harris.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2001)
Influence of snowfall and melt timing on tree growth in subarctic Eurasia
E. A. Vaganov;M. K. Hughes;A. V. Kirdyanov;F. H. Schweingruber.
Growth Dynamics of Conifer Tree Rings: Images of Past and Future Environments
Alexander V. Shashkin;Malcolm K. Hughes;Eugene A. Vaganov.
Land-atmosphere energy exchange in Arctic tundra and boreal forest: available data and feedbacks to climate.
Werner Eugster;Wayne R Rouse;Roger A. Pielke Sr;Joseph P. Mcfadden.
Global Change Biology (2000)
Tree-ring width and density data around the Northern Hemisphere: Part 1, local and regional climate signals:
Keith R. Briffa;Timothy J. Osborn;Fritz H. Schweingruber;Philip D. Jones.
The Holocene (2002)
Trees tell of past climates: But are they speaking less clearly today?
K. R. Briffa;F. H Schweingruber;P. D. Jones;T. J. Osborn.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B (1998)
The importance of early summer temperature and date of snow melt for tree growth in the Siberian Subarctic
Alexander Kirdyanov;Malcolm Hughes;Eugene Vaganov;Fritz Schweingruber.
Trees-structure and Function (2003)
Environmental variation, vegetation distribution, carbon dynamics and water/energy exchange at high latitudes
AD Mcguire;C Wirth;M Apps;Jason Beringer.
Journal of Vegetation Science (2002)
Climatic variation and tree-ring structure in conifers: empirical and mechanistic models of tree-ring width, number of cells, cell size, cell-wall thickness and wood density
HC Fritts;EA Vaganov;IV Sviderskaya;AV Shashkion.
Climate Research (1991)
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