All News Articles

  • Tree rings reveal the history of severe drought in parts of British Columbia. Read more...
  • The LTRR featured prominently in awards distributed at the Ameridendo2016 conference in Argentina. Read more...
  • 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. Read more...
  • LTRR researcher Valerie Trouet talks about dendrochronology in a local TV interview. Read more...
  • 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. Read more...
  • 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. Read more...
  • Come to the University of Arizona for intensive summer tree-ring courses. Read more...
  • The Tree-Ring Lab has resumed its departmental newsletter after a long hiatus. Read more...
  • 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. Read more...
  • 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. Read more...

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