In this invited session on dendrochonology, researchers will present their work on the forefront of tree-ring and sclerochronological applications to climate reconstruction, ecology, ecosystem modeling, and wood anatomy.
|Presenter||Kristen K de Graauw*, West Virginia University, Archaeological Timbers in Ecological Studies||20||8:00 AM|
|Presenter||Emanuele Ziaco*, University of Nevada - Reno, Franco Biondi, University of Nevada - Reno, There Is More to See Than Meets the Eye: Climatic Signals Recorded in Xylem Anatomy of Conifer Species From the Western Us||20||8:20 AM|
|Presenter||Bethany Coulthard*, University of Arizona Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research, Steven Hostetler, USGS, Kevin J Anchukaitis, University of Arizona, Gregory T Pederson, United States Geological Survey, Jay Alder, United States Geological Survey, Advances in the use of tree rings for snowpack reconstruction: the Western Cordilleran Snow Atlas||20||8:40 AM|
|Presenter||Grant L Harley*, University of Idaho, Kristine L DeLong, Louisiana State University, Samuel J Bentley Sr., Louisiana State University, Jeffrey B Obelcz, Louisiana State University, Carl A Reese, University of Southern Mississippi, Kehui Xu, Louisiana State University, Suyapa Gonzalez, Louisiana State University, Jonathan T Truong, Louisiana State University, Alicia Caporaso, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management , Investigations of a recently uncovered bald cypress forest in the northern Gulf of Mexico||20||9:00 AM|
|Presenter||Bryan Black*, University of Texas at Austin, Daniel Griffin, University of Minnesota, Multi-Proxy Reconstructions of Northeast Pacific Decadal Variability from trees and bivalves||20||9:20 AM|
To access contact information login