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Aiko Shimada, Masashi Takada and Shin Toyoda

1 Introduction Electron spin resonance (ESR) signals, thermoluminescence (TL), and optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) have all been used to date material from the Quaternary ( Ikeya et al ., 1983 ; Aitken, 1985 , 1998 ; Ikeya, 1993 ). Recently, a method has been developed that uses ESR and TL signals as indicators of sediment provenance ( Ganzawa et al ., 1997 ). Sediment provenance provides important information related to mountain uplift, environmental change in drainage basins, and crustal movement. The E 1 ’ center intensity of quartz can

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Daniel J. Chmura, Jan Matras, Władysław Barzdajn, Włodzimierz Buraczyk, Wojciech Kowalkowski, Jan Kowalczyk, Roman Rożkowski and Henryk Szeligowski

proweniencyjne ze świerk­iem (Picea abies [L.] Karsten) serii IUFRO 1972 w Leśnym Zakładzie Doświ­adczalnym Siemianice. I. Cechy wzrostowe (The twenty-year-lasting experi­ment with provenances of spruce (Picea abies [L.] Karsten) within the IUFRO-1972 serues in the Siemianice Forest Experiment Station. I. Growth features). Sylwan 138(11):25-25 Barzdajn W, W Kowalkowski and DJ Chmura (2016) Variation in growth and sur­vival among European provenances of Pinus sylvestris in a 30-year-old ex­periment. Dendrobiology 75:67-77. http://dx.doi.org/10.12657/denbio.075

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A. M. Sebbenn, D. H. Boshier, M. L. M. Freitas, A. C. S. Zanatto, A. S. Sato, L. C. Ettori and E. Moraes

References BOSHIER, D. H. (1984): The international provenance trial of Cordia alliodora (R & P) Oken in Costa Rica. In: Provenance and genetic improvement strategies in tropical forest trees. Mature, Zimbabwe, April 1984. BARNES, R. D., GIBSON, G. L. (Eds). Commonwealth Forestry Institute, Oxford, and Forest Research Center, Harare. p. 168-185. BOSHIER, D. H. and J. F. MESÉN (1987): Availability of seed of Cordia alliodora (R. & P.) for progeny testing. Forest Genetic Resources Information No. 15, FAO, Rome, 30

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Marcin Klisz, Szymon Jastrzębowski, Longina Chojnacka-Ożga and Jan Kowalczyk

proweniencji. Arboretum Kórnickie 33: 181-209. Burczyk J., Giertych M. 1991. Response of Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) annual increments to drought for various provenances and locations. Silvae Genetica 40: 146-152. Cook E.R. 1985. A time series analysis approach to tree ring standardization. PhD thesis. University of Arizona. Cook E.R., Briffa K.R., Shiyatov S., Mazepa V. 1990. Tree-ring standardization and growth trend estimation. in: Cook E.R. Kairiukstis L.A.: Methods of dendrochronology: Applications in the

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Darius Danusevicius, G. Masaitis and G. Mozgeris

. Remote Sensing of Environment 30: 271-278. DANUSEVIC˘IUS, D. and R. GARBRILAVIC˘IUS (2001): Variation in juvenile growth rhythm among Picea abies provenances from the Baltic states and adjacent regions. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 16: 305-317. DANUSEVIC˘IUS, D., J. BUCHOVSKA, V. STANYS, J. B. S˘ IKS˘NIANIENE, V. MAROZAS and V. BENDOKAS (2013): DNA marker based identification of spontaneous hybrids between Pinus mugo and P. sylvestris at the Lithuanian sea-side. Nordic Journal of Botany 31: 1-9. DATT, B. (1998

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Carolyn A. Raymond and M. Henson

management. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 22: 274-98. BURDON, R. D., A. FIRTH, C. B. LOW and M. A. MILLER (1997): Native provenances of Pinus radiata in New Zealand: performance and potential. New Zealand Forestry 41(4): 32-36. BURDON, R. D., A. FIRTH, C. B. LOW and M. A. MILLER (1998): Multi-site provenance trials of Pinus radiata in New Zealand. Forest Genetic Resources 26: 3-8. ELDRIDGE, K. G. (1978): Refreshing the genetic resources of radiata pine plantations. CSIRO Division of Forest Research, Genetics

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B.I. Aguiar, M.L.M. Freitas, Y.R. Tavares, E.V. Tambarussi, B. Zanatto, F.B. Gandara, J.G.Z. Paludeto, D.Y.B.O. Silva, J.R. Silva, M.L.T. Moraes, E.L. Longui, M. Zanata and A.M. Sebbenn

-pollinated progenies of Balfourodendron riedelianum (Engler). Scientia Forestalis 43: 407–415. Lander TA, Boshier DH, Harris SA (2010) Fragmented but not isolated: contribution of single trees, small patches and long distance pollen flow to genetic connectivity for Gomortega keule , and endangered tree. Biological Conservation 143: 2583–2590. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2010.06.028 Leonardecz-Neto E, Vencovsky R, Sebbenn AM (2003) Adjusting to plant competition in forestry tree progeny and provenance trials. Scientia Forestalis 63: 136–149. Lima I

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Carolyn A. Raymond, M. Henson and B. Joe

: 274-98. BURDON, R. D., R. A. J. BRITTON and G. B. WALFORD (2001): Wood stiffness and bending strength in relation to density in four native provenances of Pinus radiata. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 31: 130-146. BURDON, R. D. and C. A. LOW (1992): Genetic survey of Pinus radiata. 6. Wood properties: variation, heritabilities, and interrelationships with other traits. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 22: 228-245. BURDON, R. D., A. FIRTH, C. B. LOW and M. A. MILLER (1997): Native provenances of Pinus

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Slavomír Nehyba, Marie Adamová, Jiří Faimon, Tomáš Kuchovský, Ivan Holoubek and Josef Zeman

., Lo Giudice A., Mazzoleni P. & Pappalardo A. 2009: Combined statistical and petrological analysis of provenance and diagenetic history of mudrocks: Application to Alpine Tethydes shales (Sicily, Italy). Sed. Geol. 213, 27-40. Bock B., McLennan S.M. & Hanson G.N. 1998: Geochemistry and provenance of the Middle Ordovician Austin Glen Member (Normanskill Formation) and the Taconian Orogeny in New England. Sedimentology 45, 635-655. Borges J. & Huh Y. 2007: Petrography and chemistry of the bed sediments of the Red

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Janusz Sabor, Marta Kempf and Katarzyna Masternak

References Bałut S., Sabor J. 2001. Inventory provenance test of Norway Spruce [ Picea a bies (L.) Karst.] IPTNSIUFRO 1964/68 in Krynica. Part I. Description of the experimental area. Wydawnictwo Akademii Rolniczej, Kraków. Barszcz J., Małek S. 2006. The quality and viability of Picea abies (L.) Karst. seedlings in young crops laid out after a decay of stands at high mountain elevations in the Śląski Beskid Mountains and the western part of the Beskid Żywiecki Mountains. In: Current problems of forest protection in