This session examines how tree rings can be used to understand past and current environmental processes and conditions.
|Presenter||Ze'ev Gedalof*, University of Guelph, Emma Davis, University of Guelph, Robert Brown, University of Guelph, Heather Hager, University of Guelph, Controls on high elevation treelines in the Canadian Rocky Mountains||20||3:05 PM|
|Presenter||Benjamin Hagedorn*, Western Washington University, Aquila Flower, Western Washington University, Conifer Invasion: A Multivariate Analysis of Seedling Establishment and Encroachment around Mt. Baker, WA||20||3:25 PM|
|Presenter||Maegen Rochner*, University of Tennessee Knoxville, Late Holocene Climate And Environmental Change In A High-Elevation, Whitebark Pine Ecosystem, Beartooth Mountains, Wyoming, USA||20||3:45 PM|
|Presenter||William Flatley*, University of Central Arkansas, Lillian McDaniel, University of Central Arkansas, Fire history of an unlogged shortleaf pine forest in the Ouachita Mountains, Arkansas||20||4:05 PM|
|Presenter||Monica Rother*, University of North Carolina at Wilmington, Jean Huffman, Tall Timbers, Kevin Robertson, Tall Timbers, Chris Guiterman, University of Arizona, No evidence of fire exclusion in the fire-scar record for the Red Hills Region of the US Southeast||20||4:25 PM|
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