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Saturday, March 11 only! Open house at the Tucson Festival of books.
A group of international experts visit Tucson in March to teach a short course at the LTRR on how to measure wood cell parameters.
Come to the University of Arizona for intensive summer tree-ring courses.
Spanish missions, the Gold Rush, and twentieth century fire suppression affected how forest fires responded to climate in the Sierra Nevada.
Fire scars help reconstruct the history of fire in the landscape: a new study looks more closely at how they form.
The Tree-Ring Lab welcomes its new director, David Frank.
Tree-Ring Lab researchers were part of the group that identified the oldest known tree in Europe.
Tree-ring data showing how forests have grown in the past help forecast their future decline under a changing climate.
Outstanding Forester of the Year award to the LTRR's Paul Sheppard.
Tree rings reveal the history of severe drought in parts of British Columbia.
LTRR researcher Valerie Trouet talks about dendrochronology in a local TV interview.