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The purpose of this study was to date, using tree rings, wooden coffins which were excavated from graves located in Naeheung-dong, Gunsan city, in the western coastal area of South Korea. The species of wood used for the coffins was identified to belong to the diploxylon group of the genus Pinus,...

Author(s)
Park WonKyu; Lee KwangHee
Publisher
National Herbarium Nederland, Leiden, Netherlands
Citation
IAWA Journal, 2009, 30, 4, pp 459-468
Abstract

This study aims to date wooden coffins excavated from graves in Shinnae-dong, Seoul, South Korea, using dendrochronology. The species of woods used to make the coffins were identified as Pinus densiflora S. et Z., one of the major conifers in Korea. Of 12 graves, 10 were successfully dated using...

Author(s)
Lee KwangHee; Son ByungHwa; Park WonKyu
Publisher
Korean Society of Wood Science and Technology, Seoul, Korea Republic
Citation
Mokchae Konghak = Journal of the Korean Wood Science and Technology, 2013, 41, 5, pp 406-414
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Author(s)
Park WonKyu; Yadav, R. R.; Ovtchinnikov, D.
Publisher
CABI Publishing, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Tree-ring analysis: biological, methodological and environmental aspects., 1999, pp 287-297
Abstract

The cutting dates of 10 wood timbers (girders and corner rafters) of Sinmu-mun, the north gate of Kyungbok Palace in Seoul, were determined by the dendrochronological method. Tree-ring chronologies of unknown dates derived from the timbers were crossdated using the graphic comparison method against ...

Author(s)
Park WonKyu; Kim YoJung; Seo JungWook; Lee JinHo; Wazny, T.
Publisher
Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research, University of Arizona, Tucson, USA
Citation
Tree-Ring Research, 2007, 63, 2, pp 105-109
Abstract

This study was conducted to identify the species of coffin woods excavated at Ma-jeon relic in Jeonju (Korea Republic), and to date this coffin using the tree-ring method. All coffin woods were identified as red pines (Pinus densiflora), most possibly. Pinus densiflora tree-ring dating provides a...

Author(s)
Park WonKyu; Yoon DooHyoung; Park SueHyun
Publisher
Korean Society of Wood Science and Technology, Seoul, Korea Republic
Citation
Mokchae Konghak = Journal of the Korean Wood Science and Technology, 2006, 34, 6, pp 12-20
Abstract

Tree-ring growth characteristics of Pinus thunbergii were studied after replanting on land reclaimed fom the sea in Kwangyang Bay, Korea Republic. Six sites which had increasing depth of soil and mounds as distance from the sea increased were treated. The factors with the greatest effect on growth ...

Author(s)
Kim DoGyun; Park WongKyu; Seo JeongWook
Publisher
Korean Society of Environment and Ecology, Kyongsan, Korea Republic
Citation
Korean Journal of Environment and Ecology, 2002, 16, 1, pp 1-9
Abstract

Mean April-May and July-August temperatures were reconstructed using three tree-ring chronologies of subalpine conifers growing in the central Korean peninsula. These included two chronologies of Taxus cuspidata obtained from Mt. Sobaek (13 trees) and Mt. Seolak (16 trees), and one chronology of ...

Author(s)
Choi JongNam; Park WonKyu; Yu KeunBae
Publisher
Urban & Fischer Verlag GmbH & Co. KG, Jena, Germany
Citation
Dendrochronologia, 1994, 12, pp 33-43
Abstract

Two cores from each of five Pinus densiflora trees (about 65 years old), growing at a southern slope site in the Walak National Park in central Korea, were sampled. Each core was mounted with glue on a wood stick and was smoothed with a surgical knife to obtain a cross-sectional surface. Fine...

Author(s)
Park, W. K.; Vaganov, E. A.; Ovtchinnikov, D.
Citation
IAWA Journal, 1998, 19, 4, pp 473
Abstract

Two cores from each of three Pinus ponderosa trees (about 300 yr old) were collected from semi-arid southeastern Arizona. Ten last-formed tracheids from each year during 1911-30 were analysed by image analysis. The sign tests of the first differences in yearly measurements of two cores showed that...

Author(s)
Park, W. K.; Telewski, F. W.
Citation
IAWA Bulletin, 1989, 10, 3, pp 344

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