July 22, 2019

Tree Readers

Taking a closer look at how tree rings are formed in order to understand how climate change will affect the forests of the southwest.
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The science of dendrochronology was developed at the University of Arizona last century. While much of the work in the lab uses tree rings to date events and environmental changes, two longtime staff members are taking a closer look at how tree rings are formed in order to understand how climate change will affect the forests of the southwest in the coming years.

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