EuroDendro 2019, Brno, Czech Republic
9–13 September 2019

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last update: 2019-09-03 07:44


Monday 9. 9. 2019 (Building “X”)

17:00–20:00 Registration at Mendel University in Brno
18:00–22:00 Ice-breaker at Mendel University in Brno with possible visiting the botanical garden and arboretum

Tuesday 10. 9. 2019 (Academy Hall, Aula II)

8:15–9:00 Registration and poster hanging
9:00–9:30 Conference opening

Session 1 – Dendrochronological dating, human and forest history

chair: Willy Tegel
9:30–10:00 Keynote speaker – Kyncl, Josef: History of Dendrochronology in the Czech Republic
10:00–10:15 Nabais, Cristina: The choir of Santa Cruz church in Coimbra, Portugal: comparing written sources and dendrochronological dating
10:15–10:30 Grabner, Michael: Timber in Vienna – the difference between felling and building date
10:30–10:45 Gmińska-Nowak, Barbara: Upper Mustang master chronology. Dendrochronological analysis of ancient architecture of Kingdom of Lo (Nepal).

10:45–11:15 Coffee break with posters

chair: Tomasz Wazny
11:15–11:30 Barrett, Marie-Therese: Unraveling the story of an Early Medieval crannog through tree-ring analysis
11:30–11:45 Muigg, Bernhard: Dendroarchaeology of early medieval water mills
11:45–12:00 Christopoulou, Anastasia: Following Schliemann – Potential of the Peloponnese peninsula for dendroarchaeology
12:00–12:15 Oberhänsli, Monika: Dendrochronological dating of charcoal from high-altitude prehistoric copper mining sites in the Oberhalbstein Valley (Grisons, Switzerland)
12:15–12:30 Christie, Duncan: Inca rituals in the summits of the Andes of Atacama: a tale of the trees
12:30–12:45 Keck, John: Updating Holocene subfossil oak chronologies from Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina

12:45–14:00 Lunch

chair: Michael Grabner
14:00–14:15 Tegel, Willy: The prehistoric pile dwellings of the Lake Constance shore at Eschenz (CH) “Orkopf” from a dendroarchaeological perspective
14:15–14:30 Rybníček, Michal: World´s oldest dendrochronologically dated archaeological wood construction
14:30–14:45 Čufar, Katarina: Dendrochronological questions related to musical instruments
14:45–15:00 Doğan, Yasir: Tree-ring dating of some musical instruments from Turkey
15:00–15:15 Bernabei, Mauro: A Guarneri in the attic
15:15–15:30 Kusbach, Antonín: Pedoanthracological records as tools for revelation of the forest history in the Khan Khentii Mts., northern Mongolia

15:30–16:00 Coffee break with posters

Session 2 – Technical advances in dendrochronology and wood anatomy

chair: Filipe Campelo
16:00–16:15 Van den Bulcke, Jan: State-of-the-art multiscale X-ray CT scanning of increment cores
16:15–16:30 Lehnebach, Romain: X-ray CT analysis of wood formation: development and perspectives
16:30–16:45 García-González, Ignacio: Measuring and editing tree rings in ImageJ using the plugin TreeRingJ
16:45–17:00 Mikhailovich, Anna: Spatio-temporal dynamics of the upper tree line in the polar Urals: centuries-old downward and upward shift
17:00–21:00 Guided tour to the city centre and dinner in the Pegas brewery

Wednesday 11. 9. 2019 (Academy Hall, Aula II)

Session 3 – Wood anatomy and tree phenology

chair: Katarina Čufar
9:00–9:15 Mayer, Konrad: A synoptic view on intra-annual density fluctuations
9:15–9:30 Pérez-de-Lis, Gonzalo: Can we chop a tree-ring into time-slices? What wood formation dynamics can bring to intra-annual tree-ring sciences.
9:30–9:45 Häusser, Martin: Differing effects of two consecutive extreme years on radial growth of pines along an elevation gradient on Corsica
9:45–10:00 Tumajer, Jan: Modelling intra-annual growth dynamics of Picea abies in treeline
10:00–10:15 Myśkow, Elżbieta: The impact of horse-chestnut leaf miner on cambial activity and differentiation of secondary conductive tissues of horse-chestnut
10:15–10:30 Fajstavr, Marek: Tree water status fluctuations directly affecting the xylem cell morphogenesis of drought-stressed Scots pine trees
10:30–10:45 Vieira, Joana: The effect of water manipulation on xylogenesis: adjusting rates rather than duration

10:45–11:15 Coffee break with posters

chair: Vladimír Gryc
11:15–11:30 Zhu, Liangjun: Temperature rather than precipitation limits vessel features in earlywood and radial growth of Manchurian ash (Fraxinus mandshurica Rupr.) in temperate forests
11:30–11:45 García-González, Ignacio: Complex climate-growth relationships of ring-porous oaks are optimized by combining earlywood vessels and latewood width: some examples from northwestern Iberia
11:45–12:00 Krejza, Jan: Time lag between stem radial increment and stem carbon allocation and its consequences to net ecosystem production
12:00–12:15 Campioli, Matteo: Inter-individual variability in spring phenology of late successional temperate deciduous trees is determined by tree growth characteristics and previous year autumn phenology
12:15–12:30 Dox, Inge: New insights on autumn phenology of temperate deciduous trees: comparison of cessation of woody growth and onset of foliar senescence in autumn in the European beech and the silver birch along their distributional range in Europe
12:30–12:45 Bijak, Szymon: Does growing longer mean growing wider?

12:45–14:00 Lunch

14:15–22:00 Excursion to the the Lednice-Vlatice Cultural Landscape (including dinner in a wine cellar)

Thursday 12. 9. 2019 (Academy Hall, Aula II)

Session 4 – Tree growth-climate variability relationship

chair Kerstin Treydte
9:00–9:30 Keynote speaker – Dobrovolný, Petr: Past climate from chronicles to trees and beyond
9:30–9:45 Yermokhin, Maxim: Impact of climatic factors on the radial increment of hornbeam and grey alder at the borders of their ranges
9:45–10:00 Treml, Václav: How coherent are stand-level tree growth trends and climate responses in conifer forests of Central Europe?
10:00–10:15 Trlin, Domagoj: Climate sensitivity of narrow-leaved ash in floodplains
10:15–10:30 Lyu, Lixin: Drought limitation on tree growth at the Northern Hemisphere’s highest tree line
10:30–10:45 Žmegač, Anja: Climate sensitivity of black pine from mountainous coastal area in Croatia

10:45–11:15 Coffee break with posters

chair Václav Treml
11:15–11:30 Akkemik, Ünal: October–July precipitation reconstruction for Northern Kazakhstan since 1744
11:30–11:45 Malik, Rayees Ahmad: Climate reconstruction potential of pindrow fir tree rings from northwestern Himalaya
11:45–12:00 Sarir, Ahmad: A 424-year tree-ring based PDSI reconstruction of Deodar from Chitral HinduKush Range of Pakistan: linkages to the ocean oscillations
12:00–12:15 Kshetrimayum, Ghanashyam Singh: Tree ring analysis of himalayan cedar in relation to climate in sub-tropical moist forest of northeast India
12:15–12:30 Nongthombam, Dhirendra Singh: Tree ring formation and intra annual density fluctuation in relation to climate in a sub tropical pine forest
12:30–12:45 Férriz, Macarena: Understanding mortality in two co-occurring Mediterranean coniferous species of different drought-tolerance

12:45–14:00 Lunch

Session 5 – Tree growth responses to environmental stress

chair Ignacio García-González
14:00–14:15 Trouillier, Mario: Size, not age, affects trees’ climate sensitivity
14:15–14:30 Huang, Weiwei: Predictions of future growth based on tree ring chronologies: How sure can we be?
14:30–14:45 Gennaretti, Fabio: Divergent tree physiological states in black spruce stands and their implications for millennial-long dendroclimatic reconstructions
14:45–15:00 Novak, Klemen: Aleppo pine forest decline in semiarid Mediterranean ecosystems in southeast Spain
15:00–15:15 Drobyshev, Igor: Variability in masting of European beech at different time scales: analysis of 329 year long dendrochronological reconstruction from Southern Sweden
15:15–15:30 Plichta, Roman: Beech seedlings are more prone to hydraulic dysfunction in spring than in summer

15:30–16:00 Coffee break with posters

chair Nesibe Köse
16:00–16:15 Kašpar, Jakub: Woody species-specific disturbance regimes and strategies in mixed mountain temperate forests in the Šumava Mts., Czech Republic
16:15–16:30 Čada, Vojtěch: Dendrochronological quantification of natural disturbances in the European mountain spruce forests as a guideline for management
16:30–16:45 Matulewski, Paweł: Methodological challenges and pitfalls in cross-dating of tree roots subjected to trampling (Pinus sylvestris L., NE Poland)
16:45–17:00 Begović, Krešimir: Are forests getting younger? A case study of environmental changes impact on growth dynamics of primary forests of Carpathians.
17:00–17:15 Phulara, Mohit: Response of alike tree species at different sites of IHR along treeline ecotone
17:15–17:30 Khan, Afsheen: Resilience in some lower Himalayan conifers under disturbed condition; a preliminary tree ring study of growth
17:30–17:45 Kemp, Marthie Elizabeth: Exploring the dendroecological potential of riparian Poplar trees, Caledon river, South Africa

Removing posters

19:00–23:00 Farewell dinner in the Best Western Premiere Hotel International Brno


Friday 13. 9. 2019 (Černopolní 45, 613 00 Brno)

Optional excursion to the Villa Tugendhat (10:00–14:00)