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LTRR researcher Valerie Trouet talks about dendrochronology in a local TV interview.
The LTRR featured prominently in awards distributed at the Ameridendo2016 conference in Argentina.
Connie Woodhouse and Kiyomi Morino of the LTRR are authors on a paper showing that temperature modulates the influence of rain and snowfall on Upper Colorado River Basin streamflow.
Valerie Trouet of the LTRR and her colleagues use shipwrecks and tree rings to trace the history of hurricanes, finding fewer during a period of low solar activity.
LTRR researchers Kevin Anchukaitis, Ramzi Touchan and David Meko are co-authors on a paper mapping drought in the Mediterranean over the past 900 years.
Come to the University of Arizona for intensive summer tree-ring courses.
The Tree-Ring Lab has resumed its departmental newsletter after a long hiatus.
The dendro-provenancing technique shows where the trees used for Chaco Canyon great house timbers grew, and how this source area changed in the eleventh century.
Our Exhibit Hall will be open on Saturday, October 10 from 9AM-Noon for UA Family Weekend. Come join the fun!
LTRR researchers Soumaya Belmecheri and Valerie Trouet are lead authors of a study showing the current Sierra Nevada snowpack to be the smallest in 500 years.