Roberts Matisons
Roberts Matisons
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Zinātniskais/akadēmiskais grāds: Dr.biol.
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Jaunākās publikācijas

  • Šņepsts G., Krišāns O., Matisons R., Seipulis A., Jansons Ā. 2022. Cervid Bark-Stripping Is an Explicit Amplifier of Storm Legacy Effects in Norway Spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) Stands. Forests, 13(11), 1947;
  • Jansone D., Matisons R., Jansons Ā., Jaunslaviete I. 2022. Meteorological conditions have a complex effect on the tree-ring width of horse chestnut Aesculus hippocastanum in a forest plantation in Latvia. Dendrochronologia, 77, N126031; 
  • Kondratovičs T., Zeps M., Rupeika D., Zeltiņš P., Gailis A., Matisons R. 2022. Morphological and Physiological Responses of Hybrid Aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx. × Populus tremula L.) Clones to Light In Vitro. Plants, 11(20), 2692;
  • Matisons R., Jansone D., Elferts D., Schneck V., Kowalczyk J., Wojda T., Jansons Ā. 2022. Silver birch shows nonlinear responses to moisture availability and temperature in the eastern Baltic Sea region. Dendrochronologia, 76, 126003;
  • Krišāns O., Matisons R., Vuguls J., Bāders E., Rust S., Elferts D., Saleniece R., Jansons Ā. 2022. Regularly planted rather than natural understory of Norway spruce (Picea abies H. Karst.) contributes to the individual stability of canopy silver birch (Betula pendula Roth.). Forests, 13(6), 942;

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