Monday, June 11, 2018

Open Access Journal: Tree-Ring Research

Print ISSN: 1536-1098
Online ISSN: 2162-4585
The Tree-Ring Society was founded in 1935 by A.E. Douglass and several archaeological colleagues at the third Tree-Ring Conference in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Douglass and the new science of dendrochronology had recently won worldwide acclaim by providing precise dates for construction of many of the great pueblo villages of the southwestern US. The first issue of the TREE-RING BULLETIN was published the year before, and Douglass was elected as the first President of the new society dedicated to strengthening the fledging discipline of dendrochronology. During the following years, the Society maintained a very close relationship with the Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research at the University of Arizona in Tucson, founded by Douglass in 1937.

Dendrochronology today consists of numerous laboratories and individual scientists that benefit from a professional association that serves as a conduit for the latest news of the discipline and serves to promote tree-ring research to the larger scientific community. The membership of the Society is reflective of the global nature of contemporary tree-ring research.
  • Volume 74 (2018)
    • pp 1 – 133
      Climate Signal in Cork-Ring Chronologies: Case Studies in Southwestern Portugal and Northwestern Algeria
      Amina Ghalem, Inês Barbosa, Rachid Tarik Bouhraoua and Augusta Costa
      Abstract | Full Text | PDF (775 KB) 
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      Ensemble Empirical Mode Decomposition as an Alternative for Tree-Ring Chronology Development
      Biing T. Guan, William E. Wright and Edward R. Cook
      Abstract | Full Text | PDF (710 KB) 
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      Sensitivity of Three Dominant Tree Species from the Upper Boundary of Their Forest Type to Climate Change at Changbai Mountain, Northeastern China
      Lushuang Gao, Yun Zhang, Xiaoming Wang, Chunyu Zhang, Yihan Zhao and Lanmei Liu
      Abstract | Full Text | PDF (805 KB) 
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      The First Dendrochronological Dating of Timber from Tajikistan – Potential for Developing a Millennial Tree-Ring Record
      Magdalena Opała-Owczarek, Piotr Owczarek, Oimahmad Rahmonov and Tadeusz Niedźwiedź
      Abstract | Full Text | PDF (3054 KB) 
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      Climatic Signal in Earlywood and Latewood in Conifer Forests in the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve, Mexico
      Teodoro Carlón-Allende, José Villanueva-Díaz, Manuel E. Mendoza and Diego R. Pérez-Salicrup
      Abstract | Full Text | PDF (1856 KB) 
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      Growth-Ring Boundary Anatomy and Dendrochronological Potential in a Moist Tropical Forest in Northeastern Bangladesh
      Mahmuda Islam, Mizanur Rahman and Achim Bräuning
      Abstract | Full Text | PDF (2212 KB) 
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      Tree-Ring Research of Mexican Beech (Fagus Grandifolia Subsp. Mexicana) A Relict Tree Endemic to Eastern Mexico
      Ernesto Chanes Rodríguez-Ramírez, Isolda Luna-Vega and Vicente Rozas
      Abstract | Full Text | PDF (674 KB) 
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      Dendrochronological Reconstruction of Environmental History of Fagus Grandifolia Subsp. Mexicana in Mexico
      Adriana Beatriz Ortiz-Quijano, Consuelo Cuevas-Cardona, José Villanueva-díaz, Lauro López-Mata and Arturo Sánchez-González
      Abstract | Full Text | PDF (1329 KB) 
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      South American Dendroecological Fieldweek 2016: Exploring Dendrochronological Research in Northern Patagonia
      Mariano M. Amoroso, James H. Speer, Lori D. Daniels, Ricardo Villalba, Edward Cook, David Stahle, Ana Srur, Jacques Tardif, France Conciatori, Eugenia Aciar, Julieta Arco, Anabela Bonada, Bethany Coulthard, Jennifer Haney, Miriam Isaac-Renton, Juliana Magalhães, Eugenia Marcotti, Pablo Meglioli, María Sol Montepeluso, Rose Oelkers, Jessie Pearl, Marin Pompa Garcia, Johanna Robson, Milagros Rodriguez Catón, Pamela Soto and Amanda Young
      Abstract | Full Text | PDF (760 KB) 
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      Keith R. Briffa
      Malcolm K. Hughes, Edward R. Cook, Timothy J. Osborn and Thomas M. Melvin
      Citation | Full Text | PDF (98 KB) 
      How do Droughts and Wildfires Alter Seasonal Radial Growth in Mediterranean Aleppo Pine Forests?
      Raquel Alfaro-Sánchez, J. Julio Camarero, Raúl Sánchez-Salguero, Valérie Trouet and Jorge de Las Heras
      Abstract | Full Text | PDF (1366 KB) 
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