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Spatial reconstruction of Scottish summer temperatures from tree rings
(2017-03-15) - Journal article
A detailed understanding of past temporal patterns and spatial expression of temperature variations is important to place recent anthropogenic climate change into a longer term context. In order to fill the current gap in ...
Detection and removal of disturbance trends in tree-ring series for dendroclimatology
(2016-03) - Journal article
Nonclimatic disturbance events are an integral element in the history of forests. Although the identification of the occurrence and duration of such events may help to understand environmental history and landscape change, ...
Reconstructing 800 years of summer temperatures in Scotland from tree rings
(2017-11) - Journal article
This study presents a summer temperature reconstruction using Scots pine tree-ring chronologies for Scotland allowing the placement of current regional temperature changes in a longer-term context. ‘Living-tree’ chronologies ...
Facilitating tree-ring dating of historic conifer timbers using Blue Intensity
(2017-02) - Journal article
Dendroarchaeology almost exclusively uses ring-width (RW) data for dating historical structures and artefacts. Such data can be used to date tree-ring sequences when regional climate dominates RW variability. However, the ...