New paper in Global Change Biology

A new paper led by Jan Tumajer and involving many other colleagues from Prague (Charles University, Czech University of Life Sciences, Czech Academy of Sciences) has been published in Global Change Biology. In this study, linear and nonlinear climate-growth models for spruce and pine stands across Central Europe were compared in order to identify the main drivers of non-stationarity (unstable climate-growth relationships in trees). The paper addresses current methodological challenges in dendro-sciences which might have implications for future forest growth models. A summary was also posted on twitter.