The Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research
Below are direct links to other web sites related to dendrochronology.
- ULTIMATE TREE-RING WEB PAGES: Created by Henri D. Grissino-Mayer, this web site is loaded with information on all aspects of dendrochronology. An excellent reference web site for beginner through career dendrochronologists. Especially see the following:
- Principles of dendrochronology: The academic principles behind dendrochronology as a science
- Other laboratories of dendrochronology: A list of all laboratories/centers (big or small) of dendrochronology around the world
- Searchable bibliography of publications in dendrochronology: A searchable compilation of all articles/books ever published using dendrochronology
- Obtaining supplies for dendrochronology: From increment borers and straws to densitometric and imaging equipment, a list of where to obtain the tools of dendrochronology
- International Tree-Ring Data Bank (ITRDB) Electronic Forum: Participate in electronic discussions on all aspects of dendrochronology
- Tree species used in Dendrochronology: A list of most every tree species ever investigated dendrochronologically, with rankings on crossdating
- International Tree-Ring Data Bank (ITRDB): Part of the NOAA Paleoclimatology Program and World Data Center-A for Paleoclimatology. Especially see the following:
- FAQ Page: Frequently asked questions (with answers) about dendrochronology
- Climate data on-line:
- Gridded Analysis and Display Software: GrADS, an interactive desktop tool for the analysis and display of earth science data.
- Current Weather in Tucson: Updated constantly from the National Weather Service office in Tucson, Arizona.
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The University of Arizona
Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research, The University of Arizona
Tucson, Arizona 85721 USA
Main Office: (520) 621-1608, Fax: (520) 621-8229
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Revised -- September, 1999