Tlili Nesrine, Ennajah Amel, Rachid Loukehaich, Youssef Ammari
National Institute for Research in Rural Engineering, Water and Forests (INRGREF), Tunis. Tunisia
Université Ibn Tofail.Faculté des sciences.Laboratoires de botanique et de Protection des Plantes, Kenitra, Maroc, Tunisia
Key words: Cork oak (Quercus suber L.), climate change, kroumirie, relict areas, leaf mass per area, dendrometric parameters, nitrogen contents.
The determination of the diversity of Cork oak tree (Quercus suber L. ) could be a key factor in understanding the response to climate change. This experiment was carried out on 16 stands of Cork oak. Two areas were identified: The Kroumirie and Relicts areas. Continue reading