Journal of Siberian Federal University. Biology / Eco-Physiological Response of Conifers from High-Latitude and -Altitude Eurasian Regions to Stratospheric Volcanic Eruptions

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Journal of Siberian Federal University. Biology. 2020 13 (1)
Authors
Churakova (Sidorova), Olga V.; Fonti, Marina V.; Kirdyanov, Alexander V.; Myglan, Vladimir S.; Barinov, Valentin V.; Sviderskaya, Irina V.; Naumova, Oksana V.; Ovchinnikov, Dmitriy V.; Shashkin, Alexander V.; Saurer, Matthias; Guillet, Sébastien; Corona, Christophe; Fonti, Patrick; Panyushkina, Irina P.; Büntgen, Ul; Hughes, Malcolm K.; Siegwolf, Rolf T.W.; Stoffel, Markus; Vaganov, Eugene A.
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Churakova (Sidorova), Olga V.: Siberian Federal University Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation; University of Geneva Geneva, Switzerland; Swiss Federal Research; Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape WSL Birmensdorf, Switzerland; ; ORCID: 0000-0002-1687-1201; Fonti, Marina V.: Siberian Federal University Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation; Swiss Federal Research Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape WSL Birmensdorf, Switzerland; ORCID: 0000-0002-2415-8019; Kirdyanov, Alexander V.: Siberian Federal University Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation; Sukachev Institute of Forest SB RAS FRC “Krasnoyarsk Science Center SB RAS”; Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation University of Cambridge Cambridge, England; ORCID: 0000-0002- 6797-4964; Myglan, Vladimir S.: Siberian Federal University Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation; ORCID: 0000-0002-5268-653X; Barinov, Valentin V.: Siberian Federal University Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation; Sviderskaya, Irina V.: Siberian Federal University Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation; Naumova, Oksana V.: Siberian Federal University Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation; Ovchinnikov, Dmitriy V.: Sukachev Institute of Forest SB RAS FRC “Krasnoyarsk Science Center SB RAS” Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation; Shashkin, Alexander V.: Sukachev Institute of Forest SB RAS FRC “Krasnoyarsk Science Center SB RAS” Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federatio; Saurer, Matthias: Swiss Federal Research Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape WSL Birmensdorf, Switzerland; Paul Scherrer Institute Villigen – PSI, Switzerland; ORCID: 0000-0002-3954-3534; Guillet, Sébastien: University of Geneva Geneva, Switzerland; Corona, Christophe: Université Blaise Pascal Clermont-Ferrand, France; ORCID: 0000-0002-7645-6157; Fonti, Patrick: Swiss Federal Research Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape WSL Birmensdorf, Switzerland; ORCID: 0000-0002-7070-3292; Panyushkina, Irina P.: University of Arizona Tucson, USA; ORCID: 0000-0001-8854-2637; Büntgen, Ulf: Swiss Federal Research Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape WSL Birmensdorf, Switzerland; University of Cambridge Cambridge, England; ORCID: 0000-0002-3821-0818; Hughes, Malcolm K.: University of Arizona Tucson, USA; ORCID: 0000-0003- 1062-3167; Siegwolf, Rolf T.W.: Swiss Federal Research Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape WSL Birmensdorf, Switzerland; Paul Scherrer Institute Villigen – PSI, Switzerland; ORCID: 0000-0002-0249-0651; Stoffel, Markus: University of Geneva Geneva, Switzerland; ORCID: 0000-0003-0816-1303; Vaganov, Eugene A.: Siberian Federal University Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation; Sukachev Institute of Forest SB RAS FRC “Krasnoyarsk Science Center SB RAS” Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation; ORCID: 0000-0001-9168-1152
Keywords
δ13C and δ18O in tree-ring cellulose; tree-ring width; maximum latewood density; cell wall thickness; air temperature; precipitation; sunshine duration; vapor pressure deficit
Abstract

Stratospheric volcanic eruptions have had significant impacts on the radiation budget, atmospheric and surface temperatures, precipitation and regional weather patterns, resulting in global climatic changes. The changes associated with such eruptions most commonly result in cooling during several years after events. This study aimed to reveal eco-physiological response of larch trees from northeastern Yakutia (YAK), eastern Taimyr (TAY) and Altai (ALT) regions to climatic anomalies after major volcanic eruptions CE 535, 540, 1257, 1641, 1815 and 1991 using new multiple tree-ring parameters: tree-ring width (TRW), maximum latewood density (MXD), cell wall thicknesses (CWT), δ13C and δ18O in tree-ring cellulose. This investigation showed that TRW, CWT, MXD and δ18O chronologies recorded temperature signal, while information about precipitation and vapor pressure deficit was captured by δ13C chronologies. Sunshine duration was well recorded in δ18O from YAK and ALT. Tree-ring parameters recorded cold, wet and cloudy summer anomalies during the 6th and 13th centuries. However, significant summer anomalies after Tambora (1815) and Pinatubo (1991) eruptions were not captured by any tree-ring parameters

Pages
5-24
DOI
10.17516/1997-1389-0313
Paper at repository of SibFU
http://elib.sfu-kras.ru/handle/2311/135172

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