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Reports studies in 1972 on Pinus sylvestris planted in 1883 in Alltcailleach forest on a well drained terrace of the River Dee and left unthinned until 1934; light thinnings have since been made. The width of the 40 outermost growth rings of 32 trees declined linearly. Oscillations in ring-width...

Miller, H. G.; Cooper, J. M.
Nature, UK, 1976, 260, 5553, pp 697-698

Tree-ring measurements on Scots Pines at 1950 ft. in the Rothiemurchus forests of N.E. Scotland are presented as standardized indices and compared with climatic anomalies for the years 1900 to 1957. Abnormally wide rings occurred in 1900, 1923, 1943 and 1955, but the climatic explanation for this...

Schove, D. J.; Frewer, A.
Scottish Forestry, 1961, 15, 2, pp 63-71