Tip sheet: Common notation used for tree-ring dating

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Regardless of whether you're dating or measuring tree-ring specimens, it's important to (1) be familiar with and (2) follow common conventions used to label samples and mark key rings.

David Stahle (University of Arkansas) and Dan Griffin (University of Arizona) have pulled together a one-page tip sheet that explains common notation used by dendrochronologists. Please visit the 'Resources' page on Dan's website and download the PDF called 'Tree-Ring Dating Notation and Measurement Guide Sheet'.

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This page contains a single entry by Scott St. George published on September 25, 2012 11:45 AM.

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