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Climate change is currently one of the most important environmental issues. Dendrochronology is frequently used to identify the climatic changes most closely associated with changes in tree-ring extent. We applied dendroclimatology to determine the climate changes in the Roodbar region of Iran...

Author(s)
Gholami, V.; Jolandan, M. A.; Torkaman, J.
Publisher
Springer, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Natural Hazards, 2017, 85, 3, pp 1835-1850
Abstract

Cross-dating is considered one of the most important principles of dendrochronology. The first known cross-dating attempts, conducted between the years 1737 and 1783 by independent researchers in France, Germany, and Sweden, were related to the identification of growth rings believed to have formed ...

Author(s)
Norrgård, S.; Helama, S.
Publisher
NRC Research Press, Ottawa, Canada
Citation
Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 2020, 51, 2, pp 267-273
Abstract

This report describes an international summer course, "Tree Rings, Climate, Natural Resources, and Human Interaction", held in Cheriomushki, Russia, in the summer of 2018. The course was attended by 12 participants from six countries (Belgium, India, Lebanon, Poland, Russia, and South Africa) and...

Author(s)
Kędziora, W.; Tomusiak, R.; Touchan, R.; Meko, D.; Anarbekova, A.; Baverstock, J.; Chahine, T.; Khotyanovskaya, Y.; Kostyakova, T.; Peresunko, P.; Rezsöhazy, J.; Szyc, K.; Tychkov, I.; Upadhyay, K. K.
Publisher
Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research, University of Arizona, Tucson, USA
Citation
Tree-Ring Research, 2022, 78, 2, pp 129-139
Abstract

Dendrochronology, the study of tree-rings to help understand events of the past, is a growing body of research that has become well-established in scientific literature within the last century. Oklahoma is a distinct resource to dendrochronology as it exists at the eastern deciduous forest sand...

Author(s)
Esqueda, C. L.; King, C. B.
Publisher
Oklahoma Native Plant Record, Tulsa, USA
Citation
Oklahoma Native Plant Record, 2022, 21, 1, pp 34-52
Abstract

A brief and personal history of the development of dendrochronology in the Hudson Valley of New York in the 1970s and the quantitative reconstruction of climate from tree rings there is provided. Two people stand out in allowing that to happen. Marvin Stokes at the Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research...

Author(s)
Cook, E. R.
Publisher
Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research, University of Arizona, Tucson, USA
Citation
Tree-Ring Research, 2014, 70, 2, pp 113-118
Abstract

Observational, correlative approaches are one of the backbones of dendrochronology. For instance, climate-growth relationships are usually quantified by calculating Pearson correlations. However, the ability to detect these relationships and the probability of declaring significant correlations by...

Author(s)
Rubio-Cuadrado, Á.; Camarero, J. J.; Bosela, M.
Publisher
Elsevier GmbH, Munich, Germany
Citation
Dendrochronologia, 2022, 71,
Abstract

The divergence problem, which manifests as an unstable response relationship between tree-ring growth and climatic factors under the background of global warming, poses a challenge to both the traditional theory of dendroclimatology and the reliability of climatic reconstructions based on tree-ring ...

Author(s)
Zhang TongWen; Zhang RuiBo; Jiang ShengXia; Bagila, M.; Ainur, U.; Yu ShuLong
Publisher
MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland
Citation
Atmosphere, 2019, 10, 8,
Abstract

The association between climate variability and episodic events, such as the antecedent moisture conditions prior to wildfire or the cooling following volcanic eruptions, is commonly assessed using Superposed Epoch Analysis (SEA). In SEA the epochal response is typically calculated as the average...

Author(s)
Rao, M. P.; Cook, E. R.; Cook, B. I.; Anchukaitis, K. J.; D'Arrigo, R. D.; Krusic, P. J.; LeGrande, A. N.
Publisher
Elsevier GmbH, München, Germany
Citation
Dendrochronologia, 2019, 55, pp 119-124
Abstract

The evergreen coniferous creeping shrub, Sabina vulgaris, is widely distributed in China, from high and cold mountain sites to low-elevation arid desert areas. This paper performed dendroclimatological analysis of the samples of S. vulgaris from three sampling sites (2700-2900 m a.s.l.) at sites in ...

Author(s)
Xiao ShengChun; Peng XiaoMei; Tian QuanYan; Ding AiJun
Publisher
Elsevier GmbH, Munich, Germany
Citation
Dendrochronologia, 2021, 66,
Abstract

Every year, millions of hectares burn across Siberia, driven by a combination of warming temperatures, regional drought and human-caused ignitions. Dendrochronology provides a long-term context to evaluate recent trends in fire activity and interpret the relative influence of humans and climate...

Author(s)
Bigio, E. R.; Swetnam, T. W.; Baisan, C. H.; Guiterman, C. H.; Kisilyakhov, Y. K.; Andreev, S. G.; Batotsyrenov, E. A.; Ayurzhanaev, A. A.
Publisher
IOP Publishing Ltd, Bristol, UK
Citation
Environmental Research Letters, 2022, 17, 5,

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