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Fig. 1 - Sampled stands and sub zones of taiga boreal forests. Borders of vegetation complexes according to Kozubov & Taskaev (). Numbers refers to the zones, see table 2.
Fig. 2 - Standardized tree-ring chronologies of Siberian spruces smoothed with a 10-year moving average, shown as a deviations from the mean (n = number of trees).
Fig. 3 - Response function analysis tree-ring chronologies for common interval 1954-2003. Lower case “p” denotes months in the year previous to the current year growth season. Filled bars of response function coefficients are significant at p
Fig. 4 - Temporal stability of dendroclimatic relationships estimated for the common interval of 50 years (1954-2003). Lower case “p” denotes months in the year previous to the current year growth season. Upper case “T” and “P” denotes temperature and precipitation of the months. Confidence intervals are showed with dashed lines.
Fig. 5 - Deviation in degrees C from long-term mean annual temperature and in mm from mean long-term annual sum of precipitation on analysed meteorological stations, smoothed using 30-year running mean.
Fig. 6 - Absolute deviations from long-term means for mean monthly temperature (A) and monthly sums of precipitations (B, C) that are significant for radial increment of pine and spruce in Komi smoothed with the 30-years running mean.
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