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Publications by author Ferretti:M.
 

FutMon Scientific Report - Further development and implementation of an EU-level forest monitoring system (FutMon)

  
(2013)
edited by Martin Lorenz

Abstract

[Excerpt: Conclusion] The implementation of the LIFE project “FutMon” by a consortium of 38 partners in 22 EU-Member States shows that the responsible Ministries and research centres in Europe are highly motivated to carry out forest monitoring based on a harmonized pan-European system which was further developed to comply with latest information needs of environment politics. Results of the further development are [::] A revised large-scale (Level I) forest monitoring involving an increased number of plots of national forest inventories (NFIs) and contributions to the NFI harmonisation; [::] ...

 

Foliar Symptoms and Growth Reduction of Ailanthus altissima Desf. in an Area with High Ozone and Acidic Deposition in Italy

  
In Forest Growth Responses to the Pollution Climate of the 21st Century (1999), pp. 267-272, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-017-1578-2_20
Keywords: ailanthus-altissima   ozone   pollution  

Abstract

Since 1985, severe defoliation and foliar symptoms have been observed on Ailanthus altissima Desf. ratmets located at a site where high ozone concentration (up to 128 n1·1−1), strongly acidic drizzle and dew (to pH 1.4) were recorded. The behaviour of plants growing in an open field (directly exposed to the pollutants), and below the canopy of an old stone pine stand was compared. Compared to the below-canopy trees, the open field trees show a variety of foliar symptoms (diffuse yellowing, apical, ...

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