(The TQCC of Dendrochronologia is 7. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-12-01 to 2023-12-01.)
Prominent role of volcanism in Common Era climate variability and human history60
Compiled records of atmospheric CO2 concentrations and stable carbon isotopes to reconstruct climate and derive plant ecophysiological indices from tree rings49
Critical note on the application of the “two-third” spline36
Seeing the forest for the trees: New approaches and challenges for dendroarchaeology in the 21st century31
Dendroclimatic potential of dendroanatomy in temperature-sensitive Pinus sylvestris30
An interpreted language implementation of the Vaganov–Shashkin tree-ring proxy system model30
Measuring tree-ring widths using the CooRecorder software application30
More than climate: Hydrogen isotope ratios in tree rings as novel plant physiological indicator for stress conditions25
Provenance selection and site conditions determine growth performance of pedunculate oak24
Tree-ring-based disturbance reconstruction in interdisciplinary research: Current state and future directions24
Abies spectabilis shows stable growth relations to temperature, but changing response to moisture conditions along an elevation gradient in the central Himalaya23
Assessing non-linearity in European temperature-sensitive tree-ring data23
Higher susceptibility of beech to drought in comparison to oak21
Plastic bimodal growth in a Mediterranean mixed-forest of Quercus ilex and Pinus halepensis21
Salinity drives growth dynamics of the mangrove tree Sonneratia apetala Buch. -Ham. in the Sundarbans, Bangladesh20
Climatic factors controlling Pinus sylvestris radial growth along a transect of increasing continentality in southern Siberia20
Drought and cold spells trigger dieback of temperate oak and beech forests in northern Spain19
Inverse effects of recent warming on trees growing at the low and high altitudes of the Dabie Mountains, subtropical China19
Cell wall dimensions reign supreme: cell wall composition is irrelevant for the temperature signal of latewood density/blue intensity in Scots pine19
Micro-site conditions affect Fennoscandian forest growth18
Palaeoclimate potential of New Zealand Manoao colensoi (silver pine) tree rings using Blue-Intensity (BI)18
Stories hidden in tree rings: A review on the application of stable carbon isotopes to dendrosciences17
New features in the dendroTools R package: Bootstrapped and partial correlation coefficients for monthly and daily climate data17
pointRes 2.0: New functions to describe tree resilience16
Ring widths of Rhododendron shrubs reveal a persistent winter warming in the central Himalaya16
Drought-induced tree growth decline in the desert margins of Northwestern China16
Ongoing modifications to root system architecture of Pinus ponderosa growing on a sloped site revealed by tree-ring analysis16
Variations in the timing of different phenological stages of cambial activity in Abies pindrow (Royle) along an elevation gradient in the north-western Himalaya16
A phenology-based approach to the analysis of conifers intra-annual xylem anatomy in water-limited environments15
Neotropical Hypericum irazuense shrubs reveal recent ENSO variability in Costa Rican páramo15
Differences in tree and shrub growth responses to climate change in a boreal forest in China14
Moisture-driven changes in the sensitivity of the radial growth of Picea crassifolia to temperature, northeastern Tibetan Plateau14
Spatiotemporal distribution of growth releases and suppressions along a landslide body14
Contrasting climate-growth relationship between Larix gmelinii and Pinus sylvestris var. mongolica along a latitudinal gradient in Daxing’an Mountains, China14
Growth-ring boundaries of tropical tree species: Aiding delimitation by long histological sections and wood density profiles14
Delta blue intensity vs. maximum density: A case study using Pinus uncinata in the Pyrenees14
Microdensitometric records from humid subtropical China show distinct climate signals in earlywood and latewood13
Seasonal precipitation and continentality drive bimodal growth in Mediterranean forests13
MtreeRing: An R package with graphical user interface for automatic measurement of tree ring widths using image processing techniques12
Prehistoric salt mining in Hallstatt, Austria. New chronologies out of small wooden fragments12
Towards a new approach for dendroprovenancing pines in the Mediterranean Iberian Peninsula12
Linkages between forest growth, climate, and agricultural production are revealed through analysis of seasonally-partitioned longleaf pine (Pinus palustris Mill.) tree rings11
First measurements of Blue intensity from Pinus peuce and Pinus heldreichii tree rings and potential for climate reconstructions11
Increasing climate sensitivity of beech and pine is not mediated by adaptation and soil characteristics along a precipitation gradient in northeastern Germany11
“dendRoAnalyst”: A tool for processing and analysing dendrometer data11
Oxygen isotope dendrochronology of Llwyn Celyn; One of the oldest houses in Wales11
Assessing bias in diameter at breast height estimated from tree rings and its effects on basal area increment and biomass10
Temperature sensitivity of blue intensity, maximum latewood density, and ring width data of living black spruce trees in the eastern Canadian taiga10
Demystifying the age of old olive trees10
Linking tree growth and intra-annual density fluctuations to climate in suppressed and dominant Pinus sylvestris L. trees in the forest-steppe of Southern Siberia10
Site conditions exert more control than genetic differentiation on modulation of secondary growth and climate sensitivity of Pinus pinaster10
Automated 3D tree-ring detection and measurement from X-ray computed tomography9
Tree-rings, genetics and the environment: Complex interactions at the rear edge of species distribution range9
The DendroEcological Network: A cyberinfrastructure for the storage, discovery and sharing of tree-ring and associated ecological data9
Climate change threatens on endangered relict Serbian spruce9
Species-specific growth-climate responses of Dahurian larch (Larix gmelinii) and Mongolian pine (Pinus sylvestris var. mongolica) in the Greater Khingan Range, northeast China9
Tree growth responses and resilience after the 1950-Zayu-Medog earthquake, southeast Tibetan Plateau9
AutoCellRow (ACR) – A new tool for the automatic quantification of cell radial files in conifer images9
Growth ring formation of Dichrostachys cinerea and Senegalia mellifera in arid environments in Namibia9
Spatiotemporal variation in the relationship between boreal forest productivity proxies and climate data9
Wood anatomy and tree growth covary in riparian ash forests along climatic and ecological gradients9
Nitrogen isotopes of individual tree-ring series – The validity of middle- to long-term trends9
Biomass increment and carbon sequestration in hedgerow-grown trees9
I-BIND: International Blue intensity network development working group9
Simulated and predicted responses of tree stem radial growth to climate change—A case study in semi-arid north central China9
A novel approach for the identification of pointer years9
Recent decline of high altitude coniferous growth due to thermo-hydraulic constrains: evidence from the Miyaluo Forest Reserve, Western Sichuan Plateau of China8
Spatial differences in the radial growth responses of black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia Linn.) to climate on the Loess Plateau, China8
Climate signal shift under the influence of prevailing climate warming – Evidence from Quercus liaotungensis on Dongling Mountain, Beijing, China8
A synoptic view on intra-annual density fluctuations in Abies alba8
The dendrogeomorphic spatio-temporal reconstruction of flow-like landslides activity in one of the most susceptible region of Central Europe (the Vsetínské vrchy Mts.)8
Dendroecological and genetic insights for future management of an old-planted forest of the endangered Mediterranean fir Abies pinsapo8
Exploring wood anatomy, density and chemistry profiles to understand the tree-ring formation in Amazonian tree species8
Soil properties are significant modifiers of pedunculate oak (Quercus robur L.) radial increment variations and their sensitivity to drought8
High ENSO sensitivity in tree rings from a northern population of Polylepis tarapacana in the Peruvian Andes8
Comparison of methods for the demarcation between earlywood and latewood in tree rings of Norway spruce8
Dating of non-oak species in the United Kingdom historical buildings archive using stable oxygen isotopes8
Climate-growth relationships of deciduous and evergreen Nothofagus species in Southern Patagonia, Argentina8
The effect of end-point adjustments on smoothing splines used for tree-ring standardization7
Fire history of Pinus nigra in Western Anatolia: A first dendrochronological study7
Growth and response patterns of Picea crassifolia and Pinus tabuliformis to climate factors in the Qilian Mountains, northwest China7
Radial growth response of major conifers to climate change on Haba Snow Mountain, Southwestern China7
Wind speed reconstruction from a tree-ring difference index in northeastern Inner Mongolia7
Age and size outperform topographic effects on growth-climate responses of trees in two Central European coniferous forest types7
Dendroclimatological assessment of Polylepis rodolfo-vasquezii: A novel Polylepis species in the Peru highlands7
RingdateR: A statistical and graphical tool for crossdating7
Does resin tapping affect the tree-ring growth and climate sensitivity of the Chinese pine (Pinus tabuliformis) in the Loess Plateau, China?7
Detrending climate data prior to climate–growth analyses in dendroecology: A common best practice?7
Changes in the radial growth of Picea crassifolia and its driving factors in the mid-western Qilian Mountains, Northwest China since 1851 C.E7
Effects of climate on historical fire regimes (1451–2013) in Pinus hartwegii forests of Cofre de Perote National Park, Veracruz, Mexico7
Seasonal and synoptic climatic drivers of tree growth in the Bighorn Mountains, WY, USA (1654–1983 CE)7