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Lophodermium needle cast is a common disease in the genus Pinus. Our analyses relating needle cast to climate in central Siberia showed that the disease depended most on precipitation and summer temperatures were important to trigger the disease in wetter years. In a warming climate needle cast outbreaks would have damaged the largest forest areas by 2020. In 2080 the outbreak progression would slow down because the Scots pine (the host tree) shift would be halted by the slow permafrost retreat.
Articles | Volume 16, issue 1
Web Ecol., 16, 37–39, 2016
https://doi.org/10.5194/we-16-37-2016

Special issue: Ecology at the Interface

Web Ecol., 16, 37–39, 2016
https://doi.org/10.5194/we-16-37-2016

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Potential climate-induced distributions of Lophodermium needle cast across central Siberia in the 21 century

N. M. Tchebakova et al.

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Lophodermium needle cast is a common disease in the genus Pinus. Our analyses relating needle cast to climate in central Siberia showed that the disease depended most on precipitation and summer temperatures were important to trigger the disease in wetter years. In a warming climate needle cast outbreaks would have damaged the largest forest areas by 2020. In 2080 the outbreak progression would slow down because the Scots pine (the host tree) shift would be halted by the slow permafrost retreat.
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