Data from: Lowest drought sensitivity and decreasing growth synchrony towards the dry distribution margin of European beech

Lena Muffler, Robert Weigel, Andrew J. Hacket-Pain, Marcin Klisz, Ernst Van Der Maaten, Martin Wilmking, Juergen Kreyling & Marieke Van Der Maaten-Theunissen
Aim: Climate limits the potential distribution ranges of species. Establishment and growth of individuals at range margins is assumed to be more limited by extreme events such as drought or frost events than in the centre of their range. We explore whether the growth of beech is more sensitive to drought towards the dry distribution margin and more sensitive to frost towards the cold distribution margin. Furthermore, we aim to gain insight into the adaptive...
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