Bannister 110

A refined understanding of historical fire regimes in temperate rainforests of the Pacific Northwest

Temperate rainforests in the Pacific Northwest are renowned for their tremendous biomass, structural complexity, and because many conifer species reach their greatest size and age in the region. Temperate rainforests have a reputation as mossy and damp forests where fires are infrequent and predominantly high severity.

Open science improvements in dendrochronology and data processing pipelines for quantitative wood anatomy

The presentation explores current practices that exemplify open science in dendrochronology, illustrating the communal progression towards transparent, accessible research. A key focus is the introduction of innovative tools specifically designed for quantitative wood anatomy (QWA) and how to integrate QWA data into existing dendrochronology data infrastructure. These tools are part of a refined data processing pipeline, tailored to manage the varied data produced for QWA studies.

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