In this invited session on dendrochonology, researchers will present their work on the forefront of tree-ring applications to climate reconstruction, ecology, and ecosystem modeling.
|Presenter||Caroline Leland*, Columbia University, Edward R. Cook, Lamont-Dohery Earth Observatory, Laia Andreu-Hayles, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Amy Hessl, West Virginia University, Neil Pederson, Harvard Forest, Kevin Anchukaitis, University of Arizona, Baatarbileg Nachin, National University of Mongolia, Oyunsanaa Byambasuren, National University of Mongolia, The Adaptive Morphology of Ancient Siberian Pine and Impacts on Tree-ring Proxies||20||1:10 PM|
|Presenter||Jodi Axelson*, University of California, Berkeley, Disturbed Dendrochronology – Characterizing Changes in Tree Growth Due to Insect Outbreaks||20||1:30 PM|
|Presenter||Erika Wise*, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Stephanie McAfee, University of Nevada, Reno, Adam Csank, University of Nevada, Reno, Deriving additional precipitation information through the use of multiple tree-ring metrics||20||1:50 PM|
|Presenter||Amy Hessl*, West Virginia University, Kathryn Allen, University of Melbourne, Scott Nichols, University of Melbourne, Patrick Baker, University of Melbourne, Tessa Vance, University of Tasmania, 2000 Years of Southern Hemisphere Climate Variability: King Billy Pine and the Southern Annular Mode||20||2:10 PM|
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