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Dr. Georgios Skiadaresis


Georgios Skiadaresis

  Tennenbacherstr. 4
  79106 Freiburg im Breisgau     


  Zimmer 4085 (4.OG)
  Tel. 0049 (0)761-203 3676
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1. Skiadaresis G., Muigg B., Tegel W. (2021): Historical Forest Management Practices Influence Tree-Ring Based Climate Reconstructions. Front. Ecol. Evol. 9:727651.

2. Obladen N., Dechering P., Skiadaresis G., Tegel W., Keßler J., Höllerl S., Kaps S., Hertel M., Dulamsuren C., Seifert T., Hirsch M., Seim A. (2021): Tree mortality of European beech and Norway spruce induced by 2018-2019 hot droughts in central Germany. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 307, 108482.

3. Skiadaresis G., Schwarz J., Stahl K., Bauhus J. (2021): Groundwater extraction reduces tree vitality, growth and xylem hydraulic capacity in Quercus robur during and after drought events. Sci Rep, 11, 5149

4. Muigg B., Skiadaresis  G., Tegel W.,  Herzig F., Krusic P. J ., Schmidt U. E., Büntgen U. (2020):  Tree rings reveal signs of Europe’s sustainable forest management long before the first historical evidence. Sci Rep, 10, 21832   

5. Erfurt M., Skiadaresis G., Tijdeman E., Blauhut V., Bauhus J., Glaser R., Schwarz J., Tegel W., Stahl K. (2020): A multidisciplinary drought catalogue for southwestern Germany dating back to 1801. Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci., 20, 2979–2995.

6. Tegel W., Seim A., Skiadaresis G., Ljungqvist F.C., Kahle H.P., Land A., Muigg B., Nicolussi K., Büntgen U. (2020): Higher groundwater levels in western Europe characterize warm periods in the Common Era. Scientific Reports, 10(1), pp.1-8.

7. Schwarz J., Skiadaresis G., Kohler M., Kunz J., Schnabel F., Vitali V., Bauhus J. (2020): Quantifying Growth Responses of Trees to Drought—a Critique of Commonly Used Resilience Indices and Recommendations for Future Studies. Current Forestry Reports 

8. Skiadaresis G., Schwarz J., Bauhus J. (2019): Groundwater extraction in floodplain forests reduces radial growth and increases summer drought sensitivity of pedunculate oak trees (Quercus robur L.). Frontiers in Forests and Global Change, 2, 5 

9. Skiadaresis G., Saha S., Bauhus J. (2016): Oak group planting produces a higher number of future crop trees, with better spatial distribution, than row planting. Forests, 7, 289 – 304.

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