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Timing of Drought Triggers Distinct Growth Responses in Holm Oak: Implications to Predict Warming-Induced Forest Defoliation and Growth Decline

AutorCamarero, Jesús Julio ; Franquesa, M.; Sangüesa-Barreda, G.
Palabras claveDefoliation
Dendroecology
Die-off
Quercus ilex
Phenology
Primary growth
Remote sensing
Secondary growth
Tree ring
Water deficit
Fecha de publicación5-may-2015
EditorMultidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
CitaciónForests 6(5): 1576-1597 (2015)
ResumenDroughts negatively impact forests by reducing growth and increasing defoliation leading to forest dieback as the climate becomes warmer and drier. However, the timing and severity of droughts determine how differently or intensively water shortage affects primary (shoot and leaf formation) and secondary growth (stem radial growth based on tree-ring widths). We compare the impact of two severe droughts (2005, 2012), showing different climatic characteristics on the growth responses of three Mediterranean holm oak stands in northeastern Spain. We also quantify climate trends and drought severity. Then, we use remote sensing data to infer how those droughts impacted forest productivity. Both droughts were characterized by warm and dry spring conditions leading to reduced budburst, low shoot production, asynchrony in primary growth and decreased productivity and scarce radial growth, particularly in 2005. However, defoliation peaked in 2012 when radial growth showed minimum values and early spring and late summer temperatures reached maximum values. We discuss how uncoupled and resilient are the responses of primary and secondary growth to drought. Finally, these findings are used to gain insight into the drought-related drivers of defoliation in Spanish holm oak forests.
Versión del editorhttp://dx.doi.org/10.3390/f6051576
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/137508
DOI10.3390/f6051576
ISSN1999-4907
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