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Dendrochronology is the dating of past events (climatic changes) through study of tree ring growth. Botanists, foresters and archaeologists began using this technique during the early part of the 20th century
Dendrodata s.a.s. - Dendrocronologia - Home Page
Nel 1991 č stata costituita la societą DENDRODATA s.a.s. specializzata nella datazione dendrocronologica e l'analisi di reperti e strutture lignei.
Le basi biologiche della dendrocronologia fondano sul principio che la stagione vegetativa, cioe’ il periodo di crescita degli alberi che abitano le regioni temperate alle medie latitudini, e’ limitato alla stagione primaverile ed estiva.
Sheffield Dendrochronology Laboratory
Department of Archaeology Sheffield University
The Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research
Dendrochronology was founded in Arizona by A.E. Douglass during the early 1900s. The Laboratory was approved as a University department on December 4, 1937, and it came into operation on 1st July 1938. The Arizona Board of Regents established the Laboratory "to promote teaching and research in dendrochronology", and it is the oldest, largest and most comprehensive dendrochronology program in the world.
The ultimate tree rings pages
the ultimate tree-ring web pages, designed to be the ULTIMATE source for information on tree-ring research (dendrochronology). I've designed these pages to be easily understood by people at all levels of education, from elementary school students to high school students, from first grade teachers to college professors. You won't find anything fancy here - I want these pages to be readable, enjoyable, and (most of all) educational.