Advances in D endroecology Research W ang Shuzhi 1, 2 Zhao Xiuhai 1

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1 23 2 Vol. 23 No World Forestry Research Ap r , 2 1 (1, ; 2, ) :,, :,,,, : S : A : (2010) Advances in D endroecology Research W ang Shuzhi 1, 2 Zhao Xiuhai 1 ( 1 College of Forest Science, Beijing Forestry University, Beijing , China; 2 Institute of A rchaeology, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing , China) Abstract:Dendroecology is one of the most important branches of modern dendrochronology. W ith the increasing p ressure on resources and environment caused by global climate change, the theoretical and p ractical significance of dendroecological study is greater. This paper briefly outlined the advance of dendroecology research in term s of forest disturbance, population dynam ics, forest structure, forest regeneration patterns and alp ine timberline. Dendroecology will p lay an important part in the study on individual tree growth, population dynam ics, the relation of fire, insect, wind disaster to forestry dynam ics, and forestry management. Key words: dendroecology, forest disturbance, population dynam ics, forest regeneration patterns, alp ine timberline,, [ 1 ], [ 2 ] 80,, [ 3 ], 3 : : ( ) :,,,, :, E - mail: com :,,,, :, E - mail: com

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