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The LTRR's part of the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences EarthWeek is Tree-Ring Day: lightning talks, the regular Tree-Ring Talk, catered meals, and other activities.
LTRR postdoc Ellie Broadman is co-author of an article reviewing the trends in global temperature over the last few thousand years.
The Arizona Daily Star newspaper's front page lead article was on the musical collaborative project featuring Margaret Evans and Kelly Heilman of the LTRR.
Dr. Charlotte Pearson Receives National Science Foundation MRI Grant for Groundbreaking Mini Carbon Dating System
Valerie Trouet has been named the Scientific Director of the new Belgian Center for Climate Expertise.
Connie Woodhouse has been named to the 2022 Class of Fellows by the American Geophysical Union.
Martin Munro is the Recipient of the 2022 Tree-Ring Society Richard L. Holmes Award for Outstanding Service to Dendrochronology
We invite you to visit the newest exhibit at the Bryant Bannister Tree-Ring Building - The Joseph Wood Krutch Florilegium Project.
Participants in the 2018 International Summer School “Tree Rings, Climate, Natural Resources and Human Interaction” wrote a paper reconstructing drought in Siberia from tree-ring data.
A new publication in PNAS Nexus led by LTRR's Charlotte Pearson combines ice-cores, tree-rings, radiocarbon and archaeology to narrow in on a date for the Thera eruption and confirm Aniakchak II (1628 BCE) as one of the highest sulfate eruptions in the last 4,000 years.